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What a view!

In the middle of this month, Gdansk gains a completely new and unique space that offers a spectacular panorama, 130 metres above the ground. This space will be located on the 32nd floor of the highest building in Northern Poland - Olivia Star - which opens to the public soon.

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The view from this level is breathtaking, and if the weather is good we can see the distant parts of the city, as well as the whole port, shipyard, Tricity Landscape Park and even Hel Peninsula.

This is not just some regular viewpoint; it has been split into 3 zones. Each zone features a different design, depending on what can be seen from that side of the tower, so there is the sea, the green and the secessionist part. While we can easily guess what kind of things we can see from the first two zones, the third relates to the typical style of the old and charming tenement houses found in Gdansk, especially Oliwa.

We must admit that the design of the interior, created by Design Anatomy, is really impressive.

Olivia Star viewpoint
Olivia Star viewpoint
Jerzy Pinkas / www.gdansk.pl

Olivia Star viewpoint
Gdansk Tourism Organization

What is more, two restaurants are due to open one floor up, on the 33rd. These will be managed by
a renowned chef, with multiple Michelin stars – Paco Perez. One will serve specialities and the kind of things that we eat every day, while the second will feature tempting and sophisticated cuisine with a variety of perfect dishes.

The 34th floor has been designed to stage meetings, conferences and other events. It is also the highest floor we can visit in Olivia Star. At 150 m, this space is noticeably higher and, thanks to the unique way the upper part of the tower leans, we can admire views down as if we were hovering above the street.

Thus is an unmissable opportunity for such a view!

Olivia Star viewpoint
Olivia Star viewpoint
Jerzy Pinkas / www.gdansk.pl