Gdańsk University of Technology, Main Building
ul. G. Narutowicza 11/12
80-233 Gdańsk, Poland

Gdańsk is one of the most beautiful cities of Poland. It has a turbulent, 1000-year long history between Poland and Germany, with significant Dutch, French and Scotch influences. It is the place where World War II began in 1939 and where the Solidarity anti-communist movement was born in 1980. Thus the center of Gdańsk is rich in historical monuments, while further attractions can be found in the neighboring cities of Sopot and Gdynia, which together with Gdańsk form the Tri-city agglomeration

As a part of the conference program, we have planned sightseeing of the Old Town (19.06.22 – first day of the conference). However, we encourage you to explore Gdańsk on your own.

More information can be found on official website of the city of Gdańsk
We especially recommend visiting Museum of the Second World War 
and European Solidarity Center
A short guide to historic places in Gdańsk University of Technology
Guide in english


Main Building (picture by Krzysztof Krzempek)

Main Building – interiors (pictures by Krzysztof Krzempek)

Campus (pictures by Krzysztof Krzempek)

Gdańsk (pictures by Przemysław Rombel / Worldisbeautiful.eu)

Gdynia (pictures by Przemysław Rombel / Worldisbeautiful.eu)

Sopot (pictures by Przemysław Rombel / Worldisbeautiful.eu)