Neptune's Fountain in Gdańsk, Sopot Pier or Port of Gdynia - no matter what brings you to the Tri-City, it's definitely worth a visit. Discover the natural diversity of the region, visit museums and monuments unique on the world scale and relax on the vast beaches. Let yourself dive into culture, history and tastes of the Polish Baltic coast!
Do you feel pirate blood running through your veins? Or maybe do you like sea voyages? If the answer for any of these questions is 'yes', try the cruises that the Tri-City offers its visitors. You may choose the shorter one through the Bay of Gdańsk or leave to open sea!
One of the most charming Polish city centres, characterized by picturesque and consistent architecture. Among its most significant monuments are Main Town Hall, Artus Court or St Catherine Church. A walk through the narrow streets and between market stalls is a pleasure in itself! Let's find your own ways and places in the heart of Gdańsk.
Arena situated on the boundary between two cities, Gdańsk and Sopot. It regularly hosts sport and music events, such as volleyball matches, fight nights and the concerts, like those of Lenny Kravitz or Depeche Mode. All interested may take part in a special guided tour inside the arena.
City famous mostly from the Sopot Pier, music festival and Monciak, the most representative street of the place. However, don't stop sightseeing there. Climb the lighthouse, take a walk in the nature reserve, visit museums and have a look around the city. Find something for yourself here!
The coastal region consists not only of touristically atractive and well-developed cities. There are also beautiful, vast beaches, where you can relax, sunbathe and plunge into the Baltic Sea if you are brave enough!
Founded in 1980, Gdańsk Shipyard was the place of the historical events connected with Solidarność. Today, the shipyard functions full steam ahead, but also offers its visitor dedicated tours. Let's see and discover the history of this unique place!