The most exclusive and partying part of Tricity belongs to the most frequently tourist haunted in the holiday period. Great number of cafes, discos and the renowned Sopot Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street attract entertainment and nightlife lovers, and white and clean beaches make it an ideal holiday venue. Sopot is the smallest city with county rights in Poland and the smallest with a governing president. Not due to its territory and neither its population but due to tourism and culture Sopot marks its importance, as it is a resort and a spa, and since 1961 the venue for the Forest Opera Sopot Festival, one of the most significant song contest. The Sopot pear is worth visiting - 200-meter long wooden structure and the Bohaterów Monte Casino Street extension. It is also a Summer Cinema venue during summer holiday. The amber lovers may enjoy the shopping mall stretching at the foot of the beach offering the highest quality products.
Trains to Sopot
Trains from and to Gdynia and Gdansk stop at the Sopot train station. Thanks to which, despite being a minor station, Sopot is connected to entire Poland and you may travel from it to major Polish cities like Wroclaw, Cracow, Lodz, Poznan, Elblag, Warsaw and Tczew. The trains enable communication within the Tricity with Gdynia and Gdansk thanks to which you may visit all three cities at once. The train tickets are available through Europodroze.pl.
The most popular attractions in Sopot:
- Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street (called Monciak)
- Wooden Pear
- Forest Opera
- Sopot Museum
Railway stations in Sopot: