The major urban agglomeration in the north of Poland, comprising of three remarkable cities lined along the coastline. Gdansk is the administrative and cultural capital of the region, with over a thousand years of history and a beautiful Old Town filled with historic sights and classy restaurants. A famous health and tourist resort of Sopot is the fashion and cultural heart of the region, offering beautiful beachfront, spa treatments and vibrant nightlife. Gdynia is a young, dynamic and most modern of the Three Cities, with its landmark port linking straight into the town center and a range of modern attractions, is consistently leading national rankings as the happiest place in Poland.
Gdansk is the historical, more than a thousand year old capital of Eastern Pomerania. It captivates with its stunning Gothic architecture, multiple historic and cultural sights and range of attractions for both children and adults.
Sopot is a well-known summer resort of an international format with a plenty of spa houses, the pier, the racecourse, the Lesna Opera, casino and fashionable Grand Hotel among others.
The main attractions are clustered along the Monte Cassino promenade, where numerous restaurants, cafes and night clubs can be found.
Established in 1926, Gdynia is one of the most successful young cities in Europe and a major port in the Baltic Sea. The city stands out by its modern architecture, seafront walkways, centrally located port and sprawling shopping centers.