About the city

Pruszcz Gdanski is a city with 27 thousand inhabitants. It is an economic and cultural capital, amounting to almost 100 thousand inhabitants of the district of Gdansk. It lies in the fork of the main national thoroughfares Gdansk Warsaw and Gdansk Lodz. Another advantage is the direct vicinity of the Tri-City ring road and the A1 motorway linking the north of the country with the south. In the town is now registered more than 3,000 businesses. It works here Baltic Investment Zone, constantly creating new residential and commercial spaces.

Revitalized town center received the Honorary Award of the Society of Polish Town Planners in the national competition for the best managed public space in 2009. In the summer Pruszcz Gdanski is the cultural capital of the region. The Faktoria Culture in the amphitheater of the International Baltic Cultural Park are held open-air theater and concerts. Reconstruction of the amber route and trading post from the Roman period is the real attraction of Pruszcz Gdanski. Faktoria Commercial is built according to strict indications of historical and archaeological sites.

Monuments of Pruszcz Gdanski

Church of the Holy Cross
st. Polish Army

Radunia channel
along st. Polish Army

Church of Our Lady of Perpetual Help
st. Chopin

A former rectory, now a library
st. Polish Army

Hydroelectric power
st. Skarpowa

Sugar factory
st. Chopin