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Gdansk International Fair

Gdansk International Fair (Miedzynarodowe Targi Gdanskie MTG) has operated in the exhibitions market since 1989. It specialises in the organising of fairs and exhibitions for many branches of economy. Gdansk International Fair won many prizes and distinctions, including the Honorary Silver Ace, Hermes - the Award of the Polish Fairs Corporation [...]

Amber, the gold of the Baltic Sea

The Baltic region contains the largest known deposit of amber, with about 80% of the world's known amber found here. The Baltic amber deposits range between 35 to 40 million years old. The Baltic Sea abounds with amber, as its area was covered by pine forests in prehistoric times. This semi-precious stone [...]

Heineken Opener Festival

Heineken Open’er – the festival of great music, memorable performances and joyful audience Phenomenal sounds... For three days the military airfield Babie Doly, on the outskirts of Gdynia is transformed into a huge concert area and witnesses a stunning spectacle of music... During three days thousands of music fans flock to [...]

Studying in Tricity

If you feel like studying abroad and are looking for an attractive academic city with great atmosphere and vibrant academic life in historical surroundings, Gdansk will suit your needs!Experience the culture, explore the beauty of the Pomeranian region and enjoy your student life to the full in one of the Tricity [...]

Summer in Tricity

Tricity is a great place during the summer with its numerous beaches, piers and catamaran rides. The roar of the waves, the blue sea, the sun, cool breeze and golden sand – all to enjoy! Tricity beaches and watering places Stogi beach (Gdansk) One of the most beautiful beaches is Stogi [...]

Shopping in Tricity

Shopping wise, Tricity is an attractive place both for those interested in cultural shopping experience and for those looking for more commercial shopping. Tricity features both large shopping malls as well as little speciality, crafts and curiosity stores and food markets. Gdansk:  there are many little shops located along the city's [...]

Restaurants in Gdansk

The city of Gdansk attracts visitors with the beauty of its historical and cultural heritage. What you need after an arduous sight-seeing session in this wonderful city, is a fine restaurant, where you can fuel your body, refresh yourself and enjoy the delicious cuisine. Gdansk’s restaurants will not disappoint even the [...]

Spa Hotels and beauty treatments in Tri-city

The term Spa is the abbreviation of the Latin “Sanitas per aqua”, which means “health through water”. Spa traditionally refers to a health-resort known for the beneficial influence of its waters and microclimate. Nowadays, even if you cannot go to the mountain or seaside resorts, you can still experience the therapeutic [...]

Gdansk Nightlife and Night Clubs

You’ve spent the day wandering about museums, taking photographs of historical monuments and have sampled some of Gdansk’s cuisine, so what do you do when the sun is set and night has settled? There are plenty of opportunities to explore the nightlife that can be found throughout the city.   Gdansk's Selected Night [...]

Business Opportunities in Pomorskie voivodship

Pomeranian Voivodeship (Polish: województwo pomorskie) should preferably be translated as the Pomerania province, as it is a voivodeship (administrative region) in northern Poland within the historic region of Eastern Pomerania. Gdańsk, in the center of the province, forms part of the Tricity of Sopot, Gdańsk and Gdynia. Also part of the [...]

The Solidarity Phenomenon

Solidarity is a Polish trade union federation founded in September 1980 at the then Lenin Shipyards, and originally led by Lech Wałęsa. In the 1980s it constituted a broad anti-communist social movement. The government attempted to destroy the union with the martial law of 1981 and several years of repressions, but [...]

Lech Walesa - Winner of the Nobel Peace Prize

Born September 29, 1943, in Popowo, Poland, Lech Walesa was the son of a carpenter. In 1970, when the Lenin Shipyards in Gdansk were the center of huge and violent demonstrations against the government's decision to increase food prices, Walesa was among the demonstrators. Six years later, Walesa was fired from [...]

Gdansk weather and average temperature

Poland's climate is influenced by a continental climate from the east and a maritime climate from the west. As the result the weather is changeable, with significant differences from day to day. Winter one year can be almost without snow, whereas another year heavy snows can paralyse transport for days. Summer [...]

Information about Poland

Poland, situated in the very heart of Europe, at the crossroads of both ancient trade and present-day transportation routes from East to West, is 1000 years old and many of its towns and cities date back to its early days. They shelter a rich architectural and artistic heritage that has survived [...]

Using the Car and Ferry in Gdansk

Poland has a poorly developed infrastructure of roads whose quality is a far cry from Western European standards. Fortunately, thanks to the inflow of European Union funds, the situation has been improving and by 2009 major Polish cities: Wroclaw, Lodz, Poznan, Cracow, Katowice and Warsaw will have an expressway built which [...]

Tri-City Public Transport Tickets

Each city and town in the Eastern Pomerania has different ticket designs and fares. Even in the Tri-City the ticket samples and prices are not the same. In Gdansk the fare depends on the journey duration. There are three rates: for distances up to 10 minutes, up to 30 minutes and [...]

Using the Tri-City Fast Train SKM

The best means of transportation in the Tri-City is the Fast Train (SKM). The network connects Gdansk Glowny with Sopot, Gdynia, Wejherowo and Lebork. It also links Gdansk with Nowy Port and Tczewo. It is the most convenient way of getting around as the SKM stops are situated every few kilometres. [...]

Going by Bus and Trolley Bus in Gdansk

The Tri-City has a well-developed bus connections network offering a variety of routes. There are two types of buses: the regular ones, numbered from 100 to 200, calling at all the bus stops and the express ones, identified by means of a letter or a number over 200, not calling at [...]

Taxi Corporations in Gdansk

Unlike some European cities where taxis are notorious for taking advantage of tourists, the marked taxis in Torun are well regulated, honest, affordable and reliable.But beware of unmarked private taxis near the railway station and certain hotels, which are unreliable and overcharge. The private taxis are in the minority in Torun [...]

Arriving in Gdansk by Ferry

Another convenient way of getting to the Tri-City is taking the ferry. The Polferries company offers direct ferry connections between Gdansk and Nynäshamn (Sweden), whereas the Stena-Line has direct connections between Gdynia and Karlskrona (Sweden) on offer. The ferry terminal is situated in Przemyslowa Street. Telephone information: +48 58 34 31. [...]

Arriving in Gdansk by Rail

If you arrive by train, you will arrive at the Main Railway Station (Gdansk Glowny). Another railway station in the area which is equally busy is Gdynia Glowna-Osobowa Railway Station (in Gdynia). Nearly all international and domestic trains heading for the Tri-City call at both stations. Here in the main hall you [...]

Arriving in Gdansk by Coach

A lot of coach companies and travel agencies offer coach connections to/from Gdansk to a wide selection of destinations. The major ones are as follows: Eurolines, Holidays, Nord, Oliwia and Orbis. See their websites for details: www.eurolines.com [...]

Average Flight Times to Gdansk

Arriving in the Tri-City by air seems to be the fastest and the most convenient taking into consideration the average flight times.   [...]

Arriving in Gdansk by Budget Airlines

If you are interested in visiting the Baltic seaside and other north-western areas of Poland, the best idea is to arrive at the airport in Gdansk. It ranks among the three most important international airports in Poland, with the other two top ones on the list being Warsaw and Cracow. Moreover, [...]

Getting to/from Gdansk Airport

The easiest way is to take a taxi.The taxi rank is situated in front of the Passenger Terminal main entrance. The services are offered here by CITY PLUS TAXI 9686. The average prices are as follows: PLN 40.00 (from Gdansk), PLN 50.00 (from Sopot) and PLN 70.00 (from Gdynia).   It is cheaper, [...]

Gdansk Airport Links with Europe

Currently, Gdansk has direct flight connections with the following cities abroad: in Germany Bonn Cologne Dortmund Franfurt upon Maine Frankurt Hahn Hamburg Munich in the United Kingdom [...]

Gdansk Airport Facilities

The Gdansk Lech Walesa Airport facilities include a restaurant, a bank, car rental agencies, duty-free shops, a bureau de change outlet, a post office, a jewellery shop, a newsagent's, travel agencies, airline tickets outlets, Poland Car Parking Company office and a tourist information office. According to a survey carried out by [...]

Pomeranian Special Economic Zone

In order to boost economic development of some regions of Poland, Special Economic Zones were established within the country. Currently there are as many as fourteen Special Economic Zones. All of them offer preferential terms on which businesses may operate in the zones, e.g. corporate income and property tax exemptions. A [...]

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