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Is there another place than the station to leave luggage in Gdansk, Poland?

I was in the station, and there were around 10 lockers all full. I am not sure if I was in the right place though. I am not sure I was in the right place and I didn't have oportunity to check again. I will need to leave luggage for one day and I was wondering if either there was another place or even if the station has more lockers that I did not see.

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Here has "The station’s spacious main hall houses ticket counters, ATMs and snack bars, as well as a post office, newsagents (where you can buy public-transport tickets) and a tourist information desk. Along the underground passages leading to the tracks and platforms are a dozen kantors (one of which is open 24 hours), a left-luggage office (7am-9pm; per 24hr 5-10zł), luggage lockers (4zł per 24 hours), eateries, several other places to buy tickets for local public transport, internet cafés and bookshops." –  pnuts Jul 10 at 22:02

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One option is to go to a hostel and ask them. For example, Hostel Zappio (I believe that's the one I stayed in, but I'm not sure) - it shows online as having luggage storage. Yes, in theory that's for guests staying there, but I've asked shops and hostels/hotels to look after bags for me in the past, and sometimes they've done it for free, sometimes for a small fee. And if it's just a small fee, it may well be worth it for you to try.

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Works in Gdansk for not-popular hostels, can't say names for now. –  VMAtm Sep 15 at 9:37

Regarding Gdanks, as I discovered later, there are plenty of luggage lockers. It just happens that I exited through the "wrong" side of the station (via the bus terminal) where they have at most 10 lockers (and they were all full).

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On the main entrance of the station there are several lockers. It seems to be busy since most of them were full. There are more lockers downstairs though.

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