Do you have views on cycling in Sopot that you would like to share with the city authorities? A meeting taking place this week gives you an opportunity to share them.
For many, the month of September is their favourite month in Sopot. With that in mind, here’s a summary of what’s going on in Sopot this month with links to where you can find out more.
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.
Sopot and the surrounding towns and cities offer literally thousands of kilometres of modern cycling tracks and a publicly supported bike rental system. Read on to find out more.
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.
If you are coming to Sopot by car during the high season we have a great suggestion for you to help make your visit as easy and as comfortable as possible.
As we launch our new blog, here’s a welcome message from Anna Golec-Mastroianni, President of the Sopot Tourist Organisation, inviting you to visit her and her team in Sopot.