Long Market (Długi Targ) is a street in Gdansk, Poland. It is one of the city’s main streets. It was originally established in the 13th century as a merchant road leading to the main marketplace. It then became the ‘Royal Route’ as the street was used by monarchs of Poland when visiting Gdansk. The street was inhabited by the richest people in Gdansk and was the location for executions. In modern times, the street is still popular with locals but also popular with tourists with many bars, restaurants and cafes on the street as well as large historic buildings such as the Town Hall and other historic structures.
Long Market is situated in the city centre of Gdansk. It is a 10-15 minute walk away from the city’s main transport hub ‘Gdansk Glowny’.
Opening Times and Admission
The street is a public street. It is free to use at any hour of any day.