Sopot has been known recently mainly as a nightlife centre. Connecting Gdansk and Gdynia and being home to two large university departments, this is the place where young people from the whole Tricity gather to party. But as you’ll read, Sopot has more to offer than just party places and Music Festival in Forest Opera. It also has an interesting history and architecture.
Go to Hel Ever wanted to see Hell on the earth? Well, it’s Hel actually, not Hell. The long, narrow peninsula derives its name from the small town located at the very end of it. This small town. however, turns into the alternative capital of Poland in the summer. People …
Malbork is a top place to visit during one day trip from Gdansk. Built by Teutonic Knights, this medieval fortress is the the largest castle in the world measured by land area. When it was finished in 1406, it was also the world’s largest brick castle.
Stutthof (Sztutowo) is one of the most important martyrology places in the northern Poland. Here, the day after the beginning of the Second World War, nazis set up the first concentration camp to exterminate the people of Poland and other nations.