The city park of Gdansk, Poland, is Park Oliwa situated in the Oliwa district of the city. The origins of the beautifully landscaped park are unknown. The oldest known part of the park was designed in a French Rococo style by Gardner Kazimierz Dębiński in the 18th century. Since the 18th century, the park has been extended and influenced by many people with beautifully landscaped gardens created. The park is a popular place in the city for people to relax, picnic and enjoy the setting of the park.
The park is situated in the Oliwa district. You can get to the park from the city centre of Gdansk by taking the train from ‘Glowny’ to ‘Oliwa’ station.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is open every day, in the summer months it is open 5am-11pm and in the winter months, it is open 5am-8pm. The park is free for the public to use.