The Christmas Fair begins in Gdańsk, Poland, on 18 November. This much-anticipated, special time, full of charm and friendly moments, will continue until 23 December.
During the Fair, the streets of the historic heart of Gdańsk will turn into a Christmas town. Yuletide decorations, stalls with remarkable products and an extensive artistic programme will ensure that everyone will find something for themselves here. The Gdańsk Christmas Fair is where you can really experience the atmosphere of Christmas!
A city with over 1000 years of tradition, the sea capital of Poland and one of the largest ports on the Baltic Sea. This unique metropolis has always been filled with the spirit of freedom and courage. The Latin phrase "Nec Temere, Nec Timide", which is the motto of the Neptune's Castle, best reflects the character of this once Hanseatic city. This is a timeless slogan that each of us should follow: Neither rashly nor timidly.
The three main star-shaped squares of the city are modeled on the plan of those in the French capital. Their arrangement reflects the position of the Giza pyramids in relation to the Nile and the constellation of Orion in relation to the Milky Way. And this is just the beginning of the attractions … Szczecin is not located by the sea, although many tourists expect this from the city of the West Pomeranian Voivodeship, which has 185 km of coast line! However, the city is crossed by the Oder River. Its majestic beauty is best admired from the terraces of the Chrobry Embankment (Wały Chrobrego), but also to embark on a cruise, for example to the wreck of the 90-meter-long German reinforced concrete tanker "Ulrich Finsterwalder", sunk during the last war on the Dąbie Lake. It is the fourth largest inland reservoir in Poland. It offers a beach and a bathing area, as well as the Głębokie, Dziewoklicz and Miedwie lakes, which are also located within the city.
A dynamic European metropolis whose showcase - apart from its rich history and extraordinary monuments - are its open-minded inhabitants, the Vistula River and unique cuisine. The Polish capital city is constantly changing and with each subsequent visit it can be discovered anew.
Świnoujście is the city farthest to the west in Poland with a seaport, gas terminal and bathing area. It is located on the coast in the West Pomeranian Voivodeship and borders Germany to the west. The city also has the status of a health resort. Świnoujście has a population of over 40,000. Due to its location by the sea and vicinity to the state border, it is a very attractive tourist and health resort. Below we present the 10 most interesting attractions in Świnoujście and its neighborhood. The order of the places is random.
Kołobrzeg is one of the most popular towns by the Polish seaside. Many tourists from Poland and abroad come here every year. Undoubtedly, one of the biggest attractions of this city is its seaside location. But what to do when the weather is bad? Here is a list of attractions worth seeing in Kołobrzeg.