Trójmiasto is a region that is worth visiting not only in the summer. It consists of several cities and suburban areas, where everyone will find something for themselves. Sopot is vibrant with life at any time, Gdansk is rich in monuments, and Gdynia delights with modernity.
In Gdansk there is the largest Renaissance stove in the world, covered with more than 500 tiles and the largest in Europe Gothic brick church, whose construction took 159 years.
In addition, there are also amber fairs - Amberif, which attract visitors from all over the world.
Gdynia is a port city with a 620-metre-long artificially built peninsula, where ships like ORP Błyskawica and Dar Pomorza are stationed. This is one of the main attractions, right next to Kosciuszko Square. There is also a water zoo, which can be enjoyed all year round.
Sopot is called the summer capital of Poland, but there is also something for fans of winter sports. 300 meters long ski slope on Łysa Góra allows you to admire the ships from the perspective of snow.
While finishing your rent, take the parking ticket at the entrance and leave it on the dashboard. Do not take the ticket or throw it away, losing it will lead to 100 PLN fine. If you want to leave the parking zone, take the ticket and go to the automatic box office to activate it. You will have only 15 minutes before it expires. At this period get back to the car and leave the area.