Let’s meet in #Gdynia!
Gdynia is a city of good energy, open sky and friendly people. It is one of the youngest Polish cities and its youthfulness, boldness and enthusiasm can be seen throughout the city. The beach and marinas in the very centre, contrasting colours: the white of modernist architecture and the navy blue of the sea are emblematic symbols of Gdynia. The lush greenery of the forests, surrounding the city from the side of the moraine hills, encourages physical activity and walks regardless of the season. The city also offers tourist attractions, iconic seafood, spacious gardens overlooking the sea and restaurants serving cuisine from all over the world.
Gdynia City Centre is directly adjacent to the sea and constantly bustling. The atmospheric seaside boulevard is an ideal place for strolls, and the charming, postcard Orłowo with its view of the steep cliff and the wooden pier is a must see for every tourist visiting Gdynia. Modernist buildings attract the eye with their unique maritime shapes. Gdynia is also four sunny, sandy beaches. Each is different, each is special – it’s worth visiting them all to choose your favourite.
Plenty of sunshine, sea breeze, close encounters with nature – this is where you breathe and live life to the fullest. The happiest people in Poland live in Gdynia, therefore the city’s atmosphere is full of good energy and kindness. It is no wonder that Gdynia is said to be “a city built from the sea and dreams”, as it is a stay by the sea, at the sea and with the sea in the background that not only allows you to relax but also provides unforgettable experiences and emotions that you want to come back for as often as possible. And once you are here, you will want to visit again, not only because of the Open’er Festival.