Gdynia is located in the north of Poland. It is a part of Tricity. All three cities offer many attractions:
Gdansk enchants its many visitors as a thousand-year-old city, former Hanseatic center, a place with turbulent and fascinating history, a gem of the European architecture.
Charming, cosy and magical Sopot regularly wins polls for the most attractive Polish summer resort. It takes pride of the longest wooden pier in Europe and its many atmospheric night clubs.
Gdynia - dynamic capital of Polish shipping, was built from scratch in the pre-war period. In the city the modernist architecture of the downtown seamlessly merges with the port. Gdynia offers most picturesque seashore with marinas, promenades and yacht clubs.
A short tourists travel guide on The Tricity can be found here.
(most photos: Tomasz Degórski)
The city centre beach seen from Kamienna Gora (Stone Hill)
Kosciuszko Square and Southern Pier - inhabitants' and tourists' favourite walking place, with a great number of tourist attractions
Dluga Street (Long Street) - heart of old town Gdansk
Motlawa river in Gdansk
The longest wooden pier in Europe
Crooked House on the main street in Sopot - Monte Cassino Street