Aim high! Let's meet 130 metres above the ground

Aim high! Let's meet 130 metres above the ground

Gdańsk is becoming an increasingly fashionable place and a desirable destination for tourists from all over Europe. It is a lively metropolis that constantly develops its offer, thus giving new reasons to visit it. One of the places that have recently hit the map of must-see places is the Olivia Star publicly accessible observation area, where you can admire the panorama of the entire Tri-City from a height of 130 metres. Jednym z miejsc, które ostatnimi czasy weszły przebojem na mapę obowiązkowych miejsc do odwiedzenia jest ogólnodostępna przestrzeń widokowa Olivia Star, gdzie z wysokości 130 metrów można podziwiać panoramę całego Trójmiasta.

Floor 32 of Olivia Star is an observation deck that is the highest in northern Poland and the third in the country, with a view of the entire Tri-City, the Gdańsk Bay to the Hel Peninsula. However, Olivia Star is not only a 360 panorama but also space for leisure time with perfectly arranged interiors and an interesting culinary and cultural offer. It is here, high in the clouds, where everyone has the opportunity to rest, fully relax and spend time in unusual interiors.

The whole space is divided into three thematic zones representing each of the views visitors can admire from the observation decks. The first zone is inspired by the style of Polish Ocean liners, which, like MS Batory, have called at ports around the world. The next one refers to the Art Nouveau buildings with its terracotta roofs as one of the oldest districts of Gdańsk – Oliwa, in the vicinity of which is Star. The most soothing view spreads to the western part, where the greenery of the Tri-City Landscape Park extends to the horizon.

Olivia Star is a modern and unconventional space that changes its look both during the day and the seasons. However, what really makes it stand out is respect for the identity and tradition of the city –

height of Olivia Star (180 metres) refers to the August events in Gdańsk of 1980, and the architecture of the top to its neighbour – the cult Olivia Hall. 

The facility is open year-round, seven days a week, from 10:00 AM to 10:00 PM, fully adapted to the needs of the elderly and disabled / currently the only observation space in the Tri-City accessible for people with reduced mobility/ located in the vicinity of one of the oldest districts of Gdańsk – Oliwa, at the route Gdańsk – Gdynia. Tickets are available both online and at the reception of the observation deck.

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