The winners of the inaugural Sopot Pearls tourism awards, created by the local authorities to recognize the achievements of business, were announced at a gala at the Sofitel Grand Sopot Hotel on December 5.
With the explosion in the number of apartments available for short-term rental, the local authorities in Sopot have taken steps to regulate this growing part of the local tourism market for the benefit of all.
The magical waters that flow from deep under Sopot are one of the main factors which drove the city's change from a quiet fishing village to its position today as the premier health and leisure resort on the Baltic.
Fabulous shopping options are within easy reach and Sopot also offers interesting boutiques, galleries and antiques as well as plenty of places where you can pick up Sopot and Polish souvenirs.
The decision by the Polish government to stop many shops from trading on a Sunday means you, as a visitor, need to be aware what's open and when during your stay. Here's a quick summary.
September 1, 2019, the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of World War II, saw the unveiling of a statue of a bear that has played an iconic role in the Polish Army’s modern history.
The ‘Stop Golasom’ campaign seems to be having the desired effect with fewer and fewer ‘Golasy’ or ‘naked people’ being seen on the streets and in the gardens of Sopot.
Residents and tourists alike now have a set of new information signs providing information on the names of streets, tourist attractions, cultural institutions, categorised hotels and campsites.
Between August 21 and 24, this year’s edition of the Sopot Match Race regatta will take place in Sopot. The whole event, both on land and sea, offers numerous events and attractions.
The 8th edition of the Sopot Literary Festival, called the Sopot by the Book Festival in English, features the work of writers from the United Kingdom during this year’s festival.