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.
As well as the public events on the streets of Sopot over Christmas and the New Year, many of the city's major tourist-focused businesses prepare special events to help you celebrate the arrival of the new year.
Come and visit Sopot over the Christmas and New Year's holidays this year where you'll find lots of special events and an outdoor village and market. The following is a summary of what's on offer. To find out check out our Facebook page.
November 11th is Independence Day in Poland. It is one of the most important dates in calendar and is a public holiday. You can expect to see the city decked out in Polish flags and shops closed. Read more about it here.
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.
Halloween is still a relatively new concept in Poland and this time of year already has a tradition established over centuries – All Saints Day. As a visitor to the country, it is one of the most remarkable and atmospheric sights you can experience.
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.
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