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Located in Old Town, this luxury hotel is steps away from Historic Free Zone Museum of Gdansk, Artus Court and Gdansk Main Town Hall. Green Gate and Neptune's ...
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Catch a football game or pop concert in a visit to Stadion Energa Gdansk, the city’s premier sporting venue.
There are a few hotels near the Stadion Energa Gdansk, but there’s a larger selection in the nearby district of Wrzeszcz as well as near the medical university, which are both connected to central Gdansk by train. If you choose to stay in the city centre for your visit to Stadion Energa Gdansk, there’s a very broad range of accommodation, with everything from elegant Baroque-style hotels in the main town to attractive three- and four-star apartments near Gdansk’s lively waterfront.
The Stadion Energa Gdansk was built specifically for the UEFA European Football Championship in 2012, when the finals were held in stadiums in both Poland and Ukraine. Building started in 2008, and the stadium opened three years later. It’s already had several names in its short life, including the PGE Arena, the name of an early sponsor, and Stadion Energa Gdansk from 2015.
The stadium was designed to look like a giant piece of amber in homage to the gemstone that is found in the Baltic region. It holds about 43,000 people and is the home stadium of Lechia Gdansk. One of Stadion Energa Gdansk’s most popular features is the T29 Sports Bar and Restaurant, which is open to the public every day for food and drink.
Stadion Energa Gdansk hosts pop concerts featuring international stars, and there’s also a go-kart track built in the grounds. On certain days of the week, you can ride the zipline across the stadium, and you can also book a tour of the complex.
The stadium is in the northern part of Gdansk, not far from Nowy Port. You can easily get to Stadion Energa Gdansk by public transport using the bus or the tram. On match days and during other major events, there’s a special train that runs on the Fast Urban Railway from Gdansk Glowny Station directly to the station. There are also three car parks in the vicinity.