Sopot is one of the most popular and more exclusive seaside resorts of Poland. Sopot is located in between Gdańsk and Gdynia. Its white sandy beaches have attracted beach tourists ever since the early 19th century. The promenade and the pier are popular for beachside strolls by tourists and locals alike. The town has a wide variety of gastronomy, accommodation and nightlife, and has an extensive cultural agenda for young and old.
Top attractions in Sopot
The largest pier of Poland streches more than 500 meters into the sea.
This Neo-Baroque building has welcomed the rich and famous ever since its construction in the 1920s.
Modern architecture in one of the main streets of Sopot.
Small museum showing the history of Sopot and regularly changing exhibitions.
For the best shopping experience in this area you best head for the large shopping malls in neighbouring Gdansk and Gdynia. Within Sopot, most shops can be found along the main pedestrian street ulica Bohaterów Monte Cassino. Things needed for your day on the beach can be bought on pretty much every street corner.
Sopot is famous for its nightlife. Especially in summer the bars and clubs along the beach and ul. Bohaterow Monte Cassino are packed with tourists and locals from the region. Unqiue and Klub Scena are some of the most popular nightclubs of the moment.