Getting here

Airport

Gdańsk Lech Walesa international Airport. DETAILS

Driving Directions

For your itinerary planning. This website will show you the full route from your location to the destination with possible connections. DETAILS

Public Transportation

You can buy tickets at the tickets machine located on multiple tram stops (payment by both cash and cards) or at the local press kiosks or grocery stores. DETAILS

Shuttles

You can book your transfer from any big city in Poland and within Europe to Gdańsk via DETAILS Alternative, smaller bus linkage can be found on DETAILS Both companies have mobile apps for easier use.

Parking

More info coming soon.

Taxis

Bolt – use app
Uber – use app
Hallo Taxi Gdańsk phone: +48 58 19 666
City Taxi Drivers Tanie Taxi phone: +48 881 344 886
Neptun Taxi phone: 800 170 700 / +48 58 19 686, you can use app as well
AS Taxi phone: +48 58 302 23 03 

Car Rentals

For local travels within the city of Gdańsk and neighborhood, you can use car rental service (per minutes) by DETAILS
It is a perfect alternative for a taxi, with similar price range to popular services like Bolt or Uber. For a long distance travel, you can use AVIS car rental company DETAILS

Camping

Right now, we are checking the different locations near the Festival site to set up our TSB22 Camping. More info coming soon.

Car

Car Camping

Level up your Car Camping with a reserved site located near the Venue entrance. More info coming soon.

Tents

Tents Camping

Perfect for international travelers, campers without cars or folks who want a vehicle-free environment. More info coming soon.

Comfortable houses

Comfortable houses

Nestled in an exclusive, secluded camping area, TSB guests reside in furnished tents and enjoy all the comforts of home and then some. More info coming soon

Hotels

More info coming soon.

Gdańsk City

Hotel

Gdańsk City

Hotel

Gdańsk City

Hotel

Gdańsk

Once you enter Trapeton Festival area you may never want to leave, that’s why we recommend you to check Gdańsk city as well. What to see in Gdańsk: 12 breath-taking places for a 2-day getaway.

Gdańsk City

Gdańsk port city

Gdansk is undoubtedly one of the most precious jewels in Poland. As a traveller, you will be caught between its historical importance linked to the port and World War II; and its vibrant present linked to tourism exploitation and the commercial vibe. There is a lot to see and experience in Gdańsk: the best Polish traditional restaurants offer you excellent food and in the many bars you can turn night into a day… There are no limits!

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Green Gate

Is it a better way to enter this city than through one of the most beautiful gates in the country? The Green Gate is one of the most important tourist attractions in Gdańsk. Next to the Motława River and in Mannerist style, stands this beautiful building and its four arches, which were inspired by the City Hall of Antwerp, Belgium.

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Museum of the II World War

Whether or not you are passionate about history, you will know that Poland has been one of the most important – and also one of the most punished – countries in that dark stage. For this reason, we recommend you visit II World War Museum that exposes the horrors of war and the Holocaust.

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Long Market

From here, the facades that you will see will make you understand that this was the area where the richest citizens of the Royal City of Gdansk lived. And they had a privileged box to see executions of witches, heretics and criminals … All that happened in this square, can you believe?

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Neptune Fountain

In a city that embraces the sea, how could a tribute to the god Neptune be missing? You will not be shocked by its size or large ornaments and perhaps that is its charm, because you have to get closer to it to find its essence. And if you get close enough, you will hear the legend that will whisper to you, that Neptune contributed to the invention of “Goldwasser” (the famous Gdansk liquor).

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ARTUS COURT

Right in front of the Neptune Fountain, you will find an elegant building that formerly served as a meeting place for merchants and a center of social life. Today, in addition to being a point of tourist interest, it is a branch of the Gdansk Museum of History.

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CHURCH OF SANTA MARÍA

From the Courts of Artus, behind the buildings, you will soon recognize the peaks of the largest brick church in Europe. The “Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary”, which is its official name, required 159 years of construction and its interior can accommodate 20 thousand people.

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LONG LANE AND THE HOUSE OF UPHAGEN

Here you will find a great gastronomic variety of food: from Neapolitan pizza, to international chains, obviously passing through restaurants that offer typical Polish dishes.
Taking a walk on the Long Lane you can notice beautiful House of Uphagen, which facades are a spectacular addition to this magical street.

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GOLDEN GATE

Golden Gate was built between 1612 and 1614 on what was a 13th century Gothic gate. From then on, together with the Brama Wyżynna building and the Wieża Więzienna tower it is a prominent part of the old city fortifications.

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LOVE BRIDGE

End your first day in Gdansk by watching a romantic sunset from the Bread Bridge, which spans the Radun Canal and connects Kowalska with Korzenna Streets. It is also known as the „Bridge of Lovers”, like some other bridges in the world, this one is also stuffed with padlocks that seal a love stories… It seems that there is no room for a pin and yet there you will see a couple making a place for themselves in this collective testimony of love.

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WESTERPLATTE

It is an open-air museum facing the Baltic Sea that recalls one of the historical episodes that changed the world: there began the Second World War. Big square center with Westerplatte Monument in the middle pays tribute to the fort of 200 Poles who endured no more and no less than seven days the mighty German offensive of 1,500 soldiers.

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OLIWA PARK

The history of this wonderful green space began to be written with the arrival of the Cistercian Order in the year 1186 in the area of the Oliwa stream. Over time, monastery buildings and surroundings were erected in the form of gardens, alleys, meadows and ponds, many of which persist today in their original form.