Study tour Gdańsk
4-5 April 2019
On April 4-5 we will arrange a two-day study tour to the large centre of economic life, science, culture, and a popular tourist destination - Gdańsk. The days contains city tour, interesting presentations and visits to the modern shopping and entertainment centers Forum and Riviera.
Program is subject to change
Last registration day was 24th March 2019
- 10:30 am - Meet up at Puro Hotel in Gdańsk
(Stągiewna 26, 80-750 Gdańsk, Poland)
- 10:45 am - Introduction to the Polish retail market
Agata Czarnecka, CBRE - Director – Research & Consultancy
- 11:15 am - Presentation of future developments in Poland and Gdansk
Mariusz Wiśniewski, CBRE - Director, Head of Tricity office
- 12:00 pm - Guided walking tour of Gdansk
- 1:00 pm - Lunch
Restaurant Menya Musashi (Shopping Center Forum)
- 2:00 pm - Guided tour at Shopping Center Forum
The new urban shopping center Forum is situated in the inner city of Gdańsk and offers 62,000 m² GLA of retail, a multi-screen cinema, leisure facilities, restaurants and 1,100 parking spaces. It also includes a boutique hotel and the multi-functional Gdańsk Heritage Centre.
- 3:30 pm - Free time
- 5:45 pm - A visit to the brewery at restaurant Brovarnia
Beer seminary and mini beer tasting at Restaurant Brovarnia (Szafarnia 9, 80-755 Gdansk)
- 7:00 pm - Dinner
Dinner at hotel PURO restaurant (Stągiewna 26, 80-750 Gdańsk, Poland)
- 9:00 am - Bus leaves from hotel PURO to Gdynia
- 9:30 am - Introduction to city of Gdynia
Gdynia InfoBox (Świętojańska 30 street, Gdynia)
- 10:15 am - Guided tour at Shopping center Riviera
The Riviera Center is the shopping and entertainment center in Gdynia. 70 000 sqm of tenanting space holds close to 250 shops. Cutting-edge solutions were utilized in the Center’s architecture and design, Numerous playgrounds, distinctive seating spots, fountain area and frequent events and attractions area.
- 11:15 am - Lunch
Food court at Shopping Center Riviera
- 12:45 pm - Bus transfer to Gdańsk airport
Poland’s Baltic seaside city of Gdánsk has sat in the background for years as one of the most underrated cities in Europe. For a long time, this sleeping giant went unnoticed, until recently when the city suddenly became hugely popular with tourists. Gdańsk has a unique feel that sets it apart from other cities in Poland. Centuries of maritime ebb and flow as a major Baltic port; streets of distinctively un-Polish architecture influenced by a united nations of wealthy merchants who shaped the city’s past.