Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia belongs to so-called Tricity metropolitan area „Trójmiasto“. In the Tri-City we have a wide range of leisure activities. We can visit historic Gdansk, Sopot, where we will find the longest pier in Europe, the famous Grand Hotel or full of cafes and restaurants.
Visit modern Gdynia, which has the longest seaside boulevard, beautiful beaches, the ORP Blyskawica warship. After sightseeing all 3 cities we can go for example to Malbork and visit the largest medieval castle. Certainly, an unforgettable attraction will also trip to the Hel Peninsula.
THINGS TO DO IN GDYNIA
Gdansk is getting more and more popular among fellow travelers.
Gdansk is one of the oldest and major cities in Poland. This city considered to be a symbolic place of Second World War outbrake. In Gdansk polish workers from „Stocznia Gdanska“ created Solidarity – first independent anti-Soviet labour union.
So, let’s have a look at the best things to do in Gdansk:
The Stone Hill
Pier in Orłowo
The beach in Gdynia Orłowo. A great place for walking, cycling and relaxation. This is one of the most beautiful among beaches in Poland. You can see fishing boats on the beach there. While resting on the beach in Orłowo, you also have a view of the cliff and the pier in Orłowo.
Marina Gdynia is the biggest and most modern yacht marina in Poland, situated in the centre of the city. It makes a perfect base for all kinds of sailing events. From the early spring till late autumn there is a bustling atmosphere in the marina. Next to each other there are impressive and luxurious yachts as well as small and modest boats.
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