The localisation in the centre of Gdańsk on the Granary Island, over the Motława River is undoubtedly one of the greatest advantages of the Grano Apartments. The proximity of the centre, the river and its attractions, a small distance from the most important monuments of Gdansk, as well as convenient communication - by car, public transport and water make Apartments Grano the optimal choice of accommodation in Gdansk, both for guests who come here for tourism as well as for business representatives.
What distinguishes Grano Apartments amongst others is the 24/7 reception , access to the SPA and swimming pool, as well as a fantastic restaurant!
Already in the Middle Ages, the first ports and port infrastructure of Gdańsk were built on the Motława River. It is to this short river that the city owes its former prosperity, its present character and its unique potential.
In the centre of Gdańsk, Motława separates, creating a network of canals that surround the Granary and Ołowianka islands, which in recent years have gained importance among the long list of Gdańsk attractions. Located on Ołowianka is the Baltic Philharmonic, which holds open-air concerts during the summer as part of the Gdańsk Summer of Music. Granary Island is home to the stylish Grano Apartments, with a view of the Motława River, alluding to the elegant and maritime character of this place.
On the other side of Motława there is one of the most popular walking routes in Gdańsk, with an obligatory sightseeing point - the historic Crane at the forefront.
The Motława River is also a favourite place for walking couples looking for a romantic atmosphere. Especially in the evening, atmospherically illuminated tenement houses, restaurants, pubs, cafes and shops create a unique atmosphere that lovers are fond of, not only in Gdańsk.
It is worth taking a moment in one of the cafes or restaurants and enjoying the local specialties, feeling the unique atmosphere of the Gdańsk Śródmieście, where the bourgeois and commercial atmosphere is intertwined with the maritime history of the city, the quintessential of which is the local Marina. A great idea for visiting Gdańsk is to admire it from the Motława side. Unique monuments seen from the side of the river take on a different character.