Gdansk is one of the most charming Polish cities and one of the most visited resorts on the Baltic Sea. Day or night, it charms with its variety of attractions, the beauty of its architecture and the openness of its residents. What attracts most tourists in the summer is, of course, the Baltic Sea and wide, sandy beaches. It is an ideal place for lovers of water sports and sunbathing. If, on the other hand, you are looking for tranquility and peace Gdansk also has much to offer. Walks among beautiful historic architecture, a delicious and rich gastronomic scene and some of the best SPAs.
The beach in Jelitkowo is a great choice for those who shy away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Within the bathing area there is no shortage of places where you can rent beach and sports equipment, as well as exercise in an outdoor gym. The youngest will also find numerous attractions for themselves. The largest playground for the youngest is located nearby. The Jelitkowo bathing area lies on the border of Gdansk and Sopot and is perfectly connected with the rest of the city.
Sopot beach is famous for its unique atmosphere, magnificent views and numerous attractions, which make it considered one of the most beautiful in Poland. Due to the large number of visitors, it is distinguished by a well-prepared infrastructure - numerous bars, seaside restaurants, deckchair rentals and attractions for children. Here you will find everything you need for blissful relaxation. It is also the beach, which is the easiest to reach.From the main station it is just a 10-minute walk along the famous Monte Cassino promenade.
An ideal beach for lovers of quiet relaxation. The beach in Orlowo is located in an extremely picturesque part of the coast, right next to the famous Orlowo cliff in Gdynia and a charming fishing harbor. The beach is very well connected. It can be reached by car, SKM train, trolleybus or bus.
Gdynia's most popular and also the widest beach in Poland. Wide, sandy, with a gentle entrance to the sea, making it safe for the youngest. At the beach in Gdynia there are many Gdynia attractions - including the famous seaside boulevard, the sailing ships Dar Pomorza and Dar Pomorza, the Oceanarium. On the shore itself there are numerous restaurants and pubs. The beach is well connected, you can reach it by bus, trolleybus, and from the SKM stop it takes 10-15 minutes to walk.
A wild beach far from the hustle and bustle of Tricity, overlooking the famous torpedoing at Babie Doły. A treat for all lovers of military architecture. Due to its location, it is popular only among local residents and the least frequented by tourists. You can get there by car or take a bus from the center of Gdynia.
On the charming beach in Orlowo, performances of the Summer Stage of the City Theater, Cultural Center and Fourth City Theater are held during the summer season. This is the only theater stage in Poland, where you will be able to watch prepared performances under the open sky, on the sand and to the accompaniment of the sound of the sea waves. In addition to performances, there are also cabaret evenings, recitals and open-air artistic events. The stage operates from July to the end of August.
In your search for cultural attractions, it's impossible to miss the Shakespeare Theater in Gdansk. It is the only Elizabethan theater in Poland, equipped with an original stage and auditorium layout straight from the times of William Shakespeare - one of the most famous playwrights of all time. The theater is one of the most important points on the cultural map of the Tricity. The events offered by the theater are sure to appeal to lovers of entertainment at the highest level.The repertoire of the Shakespeare Theater includes a wide range of plays and various events, divided into cycles: Polish Theaters, Theaters of Europe and the World, Musical Stage and Summer with Shakespeare, during which there is also an international Shakespeare Festival.
The Gdańsk Dominican Fair is a real paradise for those looking for unique treasures and local products. It takes place in the Main Town, on Szeroka, Mariacka, Dluga and St. Duch streets in Gdansk. Visitors will find numerous booths selling souvenirs, art, antiques, famous amber and small gastronomy. A real treat for hobbyists and collectors.
Explore the fantastic Hel Peninsula and see where Poland begins. This magnificent "tip of Poland" can enchant you with wide, golden beaches, traditional fishermen's cottages and charming pubs where you will be able to taste local specialties. There is something for everyone here: a beautiful beach, green forests, the famous seal sanctuary, a yacht harbor, a lighthouse and many other interesting places. In full season, the easiest way to get from the Tri-City to Hel is by train, ship or water streetcar.
Pomerania is not only the Tri-City, but also the charming Kashubia, where you should go on a day trip! Kashubia is a region famous for its many tourist attractions. And all this is because almost everyone will find something for themselves here, regardless of age! People who like to spend time actively, as well as those who are looking for peace and quiet. This is a place where culture, customs and language have survived unchanged for centuries. The pearl of the land is the Kashubian Lake District, which has earned the name Kashubian Switzerland. Kashubia is not only lakes, it is also a land of forests and mountains.