Gdansk & Tri-City
The biggest and most important Polish coastal city, with over a thousand years of history, that influenced not only Poland but also the whole world. It is the birthplace of the ‘Solidarity’ movement and where the strike at the Gdansk Ship Yard in 1980 initiated the process of overthrowing the communist regime.
Gdansk has a rich architecture due to the large number of listed buildings, and also benefits from its attractive geographical location, enticing international tourists and holidaymakers alike to have a rest on its sandy beaches nestling on the Baltic coast.
Gdansk is the largest part of the Tri-city metropolis, an urban complex extending along the Bay of Gdansk that also includes Gdynia and Sopot. Each of these cities offers a very different atmosphere, from historical Gdansk through modern and progressive Gdynia to touristic and relaxed Sopot. They attract different types of people, businesses and holidaymakers, but as a whole, create an eclectic mix that provides an exciting destination for those looking to host their next event in Poland.
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