Attractions in Gdynia, where it is worth going - Bayjonn Hotel Sopot
Attractions in Gdynia, where it is worth going

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Attractions in Gdynia, where it is worth going

Although there is no point in looking for centuries-old monuments in Gdynia, it cannot be said that there are no attractions in it. On the contrary! The architectural treasures of 1930’s modernism are just one example. What else is worth visiting while in this city?

Kościuszko Square and the pier.

The most popular place on the map of Gdynia and a must-see destination for tourists. Most often, it is here that city concerts and events are organized. The seaside promenade is full of cafes and souvenir shops. It is worth seeing the ships mooring at the quay, visiting the deck of the destroyer “ORP Błyskawica” and seeing the sailing ship “Dar Pomorza”.

Orłowo Pier.

A charming, wooden pier in the picturesque southern district of Gdynia with a much smaller number of visitors than in Sopot. It offers beautiful views of the nearby Klif Orłowski, which is a part of the Gdańsk Bay. 650 m long, steep, wooded shore is the perfect place for a romantic walk.

Emigration Museum.

It is worth visiting this place to learn something about the history of Polish emigration. The multimedia museum is located in the building of the Maritime Station, from where transatlantic ships used to depart. You will learn about the fate of famous and completely anonymous Poles in the world. You can feel like a third-class passenger for a moment, as well as learn about the realities of migration in communist times.

Design Center.

Located in the Pomeranian Science and Technology Park, the institution supports design and creative activities and promotes all Pomeranian related projects. Here, numerous shows, workshops and architectural, design, graphic, fashion and technological exhibitions are organized. Worth a visit.

Musical Theater in Gdynia.

The largest music theater in Poland and the second largest theater in the country. The biggest music and cultural events take place here. The theater, existing since 1958, has staged over 340 premieres during its operation. It organizes not only performances and concerts, but also exhibitions and galas.

Gdynia is a city of active development, business, culture and tourism. It is one of the most developed cities in Poland in terms of business. It is worth visiting it for a weekend, for example, to feel the rhythm it lives on.