Relax in the Exclusive Seaside Resort of Sopot
The elegant Baltic seaside resort of Sopot in Poland is a magnet for the country’s elite, especially during summer months. Part of the Tri-City municipality, it’s the smallest of three cities, incorporating Gdansk and Gdynia and attracting over 2 million tourists each year. This charming spa town, renowned for its curative waters, is surrounded by lush ancient forests, streams and scenic hiking trails. There are luxurious seafront hotels such as 1920s style Sofitel Grand Sopot boasting all the understated glamour of its heyday with sculpted gardens and sophisticated surrounds. The hotel features a refined restaurant serving inventive French-Polish cuisine, Grand Spa and Wellness Centre and a selection of superior suites and apartments offering a great base for your adventure. Sopot’s main shopping street – Monte Cassino is a pleasure to stroll along. A place where shops, cafes and nightclubs converge with innovative architecture of the Crooked House. Along the golden sandy beach stands the longest wooden pier in Europe - the perfect spot for an afternoon stroll, ice cream cone in hand. Behind the promenade, bustling plazas lined with fine eateries await, enticing you with Polish Pierogi and delicious Paczki (Polish doughnuts). Before you leave climb the steps of Sopot’s lighthouse, and be rewarded with photo-worthy panoramic vistas of the town and coastline.