Gdynia - My city
Gdynia is a beautiful young city - a symbol of modernity, broad horizons and perseverance in achieving objectives. Today is one of the most prosperous business centers in Poland and an important port. Together with Gdansk and Sopot makes an extremely fast-growing urban agglomeration called the Tri-City.
It has everything that business needs. Not wonder, therefore, that Gdynia is a venue willingly chosen by oganizers of various business events like conferences, symposiums, congresses, meetings or fairs.
This place is very popular especially in the summer - tourists are tempted by the sea and long sandy beaches. Gdynia also hosts two important and well known events: the Polish Film Festival and Summer Jazz Days.
Gdynia is a great choice for those who looks for relax but also appreciates the advantages of city life. Gdynia offers not only numerous clubs and restaurants, but also many other attractions, like two ship-museums: Dar Pomorza (the Gift of Youth), Błyskawica, Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium.
fot.: Krzysztof Romański, źródło: Urząd Miasta Gdyni
Information about the city:
- Area (sqm): 135,14
- Population (th): 250,242
- Mayor of Gdynia: Wojciech Szczurek
- City website: www.gdynia.pl
Hotel capacity in Gdynia:
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Last updated 05.11.2012
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