Sopot, once described as the Riviera of the North, is a renowned Baltic spa and tourist resort. It’s fame dates back to the turn of the 19th and the 20th centuries, when the town became a playground for Prussian nobility and aristocrats. Since that time Sopot has seen countless big names including famous artists, politicians, businessmen and celebrities. The city continues to draw visitors with charming atmosphere, elegant hotels and cultural events as well as numerous trendy bars and clubs for which it’s called the party capital of Poland.
The main thoroughfare is Monte Cassino Street with the famous Crooked House looking like melting in the midday sun. The street leads right onto Sopot’s most famous sights – the longest wooden pier in Europe.
Distance from Gdansk city centre: 14 km, about 25 min driving one way
For guests looking for an unconventional way to discover the Tricity we recommend the Tricity Bike Tour. more