Wieża Gocławska

A route leading to the northern parts of the city, during which we will see, among other things, the towering Gocław Tower, formerly known as the Bismarck Tower.


Approx. 1 hour cruise


Wieża Gocławska

  • Bulwar Piastowski – the mooring place of our vessel, also houses the “Aleja Żeglarzy” (Sailors’ Avenue) with numerous commemorative plaques, sculptures, and monuments.
  • Łasztownia – an island that was once a warehouse and reloading area, now becoming a cultural center of the city.
  • Elewator Zbożowy – formerly named “Ewa”, built in 1935, and at that time probably the largest building of its kind in Europe.
  • Orli Przesmyk – the shortest route to Lake Dąbie, connecting it with the Mieleński Cut.
  • Rzeka Święta – a 6.5 km long green oasis where various species of trees, plants, and birds can be found.
  • Wieża Gocławska – measuring 26 meters in height, formerly known as the Bismarck Tower, it towers over the Gocław district in Szczecin.
  • Stacja Pilotowa – the place of stationing for maritime pilots – experienced captains who assist in navigating ships into and out of the port.
  • Baza Oznakowania Nawigacyjnego – it belongs to the Maritime Office in Szczecin, and its crew oversees the proper functioning of the navigational equipment of the Szczecin-Świnoujście waterway.
  • Dok nr 5 – belonging to the Szczecin Shipyard Repair “Gryfia”, it is one of the largest facilities of its kind in Poland.
  • Stocznia Szczecińska – established on the site of the pre-war Vulkan shipyard, in April 1948, the hull of the first post-war ship in Poland – SS Oliwa, was launched here.
  • Świetlica Stoczniowa – a witness to events important for the history of Szczecin and the country. In 1970, it housed the headquarters of the strike committee.
  • Kapitanat Portu – it is responsible for safety on the waterway and coordinates the movement of vessels within the port area and its associated waters.
  • Wały Chrobrego – nearly five hundred meters long observation deck, on which there are buildings of the Maritime University, National Museum, and Voivodeship Office.
  • Zamek Książąt Pomorskich – majestic, five-winged building towering over the old town of Szczecin, built in the 14th century.
  • Wieża Bazyliki Archikatedralnej św. Jakuba – a slender tower of the second tallest church in Poland, measuring 110.18 meters in height.
Trasa Wieża Gocławska
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