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Sopot Travel Guide  

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Sopot, or the Riviera of the North as it known by tourists, is the smallest of the three cities forming Trojmiasto (the other two are Gdansk and Gdynia) in north Poland. This seaside spa is located in Eastern Pomerania on the Baltic Sea’s southern coast.
The International Lech Walesa airport is located in nearby Gdansk, with the International Szczecin-Goleniow airport not too far away either. There are excellent train and bus services plying between the three cities.
Sopot experiences a temperate climate. Temperatures range from 23°C in the mild and wet summers to around –3°C in the moderate winters. July and August are the hottest months, while the weather is cooler between November and February.
There are approximately 40,000 inhabitants in Sopot. Tourists can also visit the famous Puck sea resort, located nearby.

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0(+48) 58
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Reviews Sopot

Robert Bale
Level 100     6 Trophy   
Overall rating 6
Overall Guide : In the mornings, take a walk down Monciak, Poland’s most famous street. Its hundreds of cafes and restaurants will keep you occupied for quite a while. You could also go swimming, sunbathing, parasailing or cruising at the beaches under the... more Polish sun. Another popular tourist attraction is the 515-m wooden pier called ‘Molo’, which is the longest in Europe and extends into the Gdansk Bay. Also visit the bustling Heroes of Monte Cassino Street, where you can meet tourists from different parts of the world experiencing Sopot hospitality. Enjoy a relaxing Polish evening at the beautiful open air Forest Opera, which takes place in the adjacent forest area on select evenings of the week. The Tricity Forest Park extends into all the three cities of the Trojmiasto and has some excellent sightseeing spots. Sopot has the most dynamic nightlife in the Trojmiasto, especially on the beachfront resorts.
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