Poland is one of the best destinations for a summer holiday, with a combination of historical cities and individual nature spectacles. If you want to go on a sunny beach holiday and to feel the vibrancy and pulse of the city, the Tri-City in northern Poland would be your best choice.
Tri-City is composed of three neighboring cities along the Baltic Sea coast, Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot. Each city has its own charming and beautiful white beaches for great relaxation in a sea breeze on hot sunny days. Of course, there’s more to Tri-City than just sunbaked sand and clear water.
At the forefront of the Tri-City, Gdańsk is a colorful port city with over 1000 years of history and many interesting monuments, including the Fountain of Neptune, the largest port crane in Europe, and one of the three largest brick churches in the world. Walking along the Royal Route in Gdansk, from the Golden Gate at the western end to the magnificent Green Gate at the eastern, the colorful frescos on the burgher houses and townhouses will keep your eyes darting about.
Located just north of Gdańsk, Sopot is known for its longest pier in Europe. Visitors can take a romantic walk along the longest wooden pier(Molo), extending into the Baltic sea to a length of over 511 meters. Or unwind on the white sand beach which stretches for 4.5 kilometers from the southern to the northern boundaries of the city, making it one of the most popular attractions during the summer.
Sitting at the northern end of the Tri-City, Gdynia is a relatively young city filled with sunshine and the sound of seagulls and waves. Main attractions include two historic museum ships and the Gdynia Aquarium.
If you haven‘t been to Tri-city, you are welcome to join our 👉 3days Tri-city Break 👈to enjoy the charm of the most popular seaside destinations in Poland.🤩