Gdańsk is part of the Tricity, along with Gdynia and Sopot. Each one of these towns has its own unique character, and each is worth seeing.
Gdynia – Bulwar Nadmorski (Sea Boulevard)
The most popular walking destination in the town, leading from the city's beach to the beach in Redłowo.
Sopot – Monciak and the Pier
The Monciak walkway is 2,080 ft long and takes you to the sea. It is officially called the Bohaterów Monte Cassino walkway (Heroes of Monte Cassino).
Sopot's Pier is the longest wooden pier in Europe. On shore are an antique fountain and a lighthouse. The pier is well known for the health-giving effects of high concentrations of iodine in the air. The historical Grand Hotel (5 stars) is nearby. It was built in the 1920s and is characterized by its Art Nouveau architectural style.