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Gdynia is a port city located on the north coast of Poland on the Baltic Sea. Inhabited by almost a quarter of a million people Gdynia is a vibrant and hip seaside resort infused with 1930s modernist architecture. In addition the city boasts the highest annual number of sunny days in Poland. So come to Gdynia and meet Poland’s most satisfied citizens!
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Gdynia has won numerous awards in relation to safety, infrastructure and quality of life. It offers a rich variety of tourist attractions and was ranked as Poland's best city in which to live.The city also scored top marks in respect of the general quality of life category.
Kosciuszko Square is a major landmark in Gdynia and is found at the crossroads of Świętojańska Street and 10 Lutego Street.
This white frigate built in 1909, is commonly considered to be one of the most beautiful tall ships in the world.
The city centre beach is located right by EU Square. At high season this 200 metre beach is often packed to bursting point.
Orłowo is one of the most beautiful neighbourhoods in Gdynia and the local pier one of its main attractions.
Kępa Redłowska Reserve was set up in 1938 and as such was one of the first reserves in Poland.
Gdynia is an exceptional urban complex of modernist buildings. Its Downtown has been entered into the Polish register of monuments which records buildings of architectural merit.
At the point where the sea and land meet, stands a modern building of light sandstone, resembling a ship.
Experyment is an unusual experimental laboratory for small and large explorers.
The Wheel of Vision is Oscar Bruch's most modern wheel. It is a mobile tourist attraction with a height of 55 meters offering spectacular views of Gdynia and out to sea.