| Absolutely terrible. It's a new form of torture. I am British and I am well-versed in the art of a good queue - Nope. Nope. Nope. Not the case in Gdańsk. Everything was lovely until we reached passport control. At this point, there was no lines exclusive to EU passport holders; Only 'All passports'. Okay, no big deal, right? I was wrong. Very wrong. It took us an hour and a half to get through passport control. I'm willing to bet that our entire flight's baggage had already made more miles on the carousel than our flight did overall. It was awful, and once we finally got through the sweaty, smelly and overall disgusting passport control, we finally got through to be greeted by the most ironic sign in history: Gdańsk - Voted 4th Best Airport in Europe. I've been to a lot of airports in my time, some no larger than a hangar with a small plane inside and I would argue this is 4th Worst Airport in the World. I haven't seen a passport line so slow since the Cold War. Absolute joke - I got through checkpoint Charlie in less time than this ridiculous nonsense! To anyone that works here, I apologise but tell passport control to fix their nonsense! Everyone in Europe has biometric passports these days - Why is there no biometric checkpoint? I get that there's a lot of travellers without these passports but every Polish citizen has one as far as I am aware? Absolute joke. I'd rather rub salt in a fresh wound and sit on a cactus than go to this airport again. I'd rather drive to Poland from the UK than go through this again. I'm just that unhappy with the experience I've faced here (and trust me, I've had many bad experiences when travelling. Usually in US airports but even they are more efficient than this horrid place). No disrespect to Gdańsk as a city - Love the place. Your airport is awful though.