It was a beautiful October day when I visited Sopot, but it was after all, OCTOBER, so I didn't spend much time on the beach. I did, however, walk out on the sand just so I could stick my finger in the Baltic Sea. The water was cold and the sand was very soft. I imagine in the summertime, this would be an excellent beach. It's very wide, with plenty of room for a lot of people and the soft sand is inviting.
The Forest Opera
The Forest Opera was officially opened on the 11 August 1909. This unique forest location close to Nowowiejskie Lake is considered to be the most beautiful musical stage in Europe and to have one of the best acoustics.. An audience of 5 thousand can watch the performance. The annual Sopot Festival takes place here as well as concerts with Polish and foreign stars.
It?s worth taking a walk around the park ?very pleasant place for a stroll .. or more.
Europe's largest wooden pier, the Molo stretches over 500 meters into the Gulf of Gdansk. This is a great place for views of the beach and on a clear day, you can see the Westerplatte region of Gdansk. There were a lot of people basking in the sun the day I was there and in the summertime, it gets even busier with events and exhibitions taking place here all the time.
Water fun in the AquaPark
The AquaPark has many attractions but the greatest one is the wild river that immitates a speedy mountain river with waterfalls. It gives you a feeling as if you were rafting. It's 71 metres long, and only those who measure at least 160cm in height are admitted. If water fun is not your cup of tea, try bowling there!
If you want to walk there, go along the beach (or Haffnera St.) with the sea to your right, or get on the SKM train to travel to the next stop, Sopot Kamienny Potok.
Sopot is a city between Gdynia and Gdansk. You can also find it under the name of TROJMIASTO (three cities).
Sopot is a great summer destination if you travel around Poland. You can find there booming night life, great beach, many museums and great architecture.
You can find it on the beach in Sopot (going east of the Pier).
It is a memorial in honor of all the fisherman that did not returned home from the sea. It is very important place for local people who make their living of the sea, as fisherman, seilors and their families.
Privat museum right next to the Fisherman's memorial, on the Sopot beach. It is a garage owned by ex-fisherman full of antique fishermans goods. It is a must-see place. Don't forget to leave the donation because guy is retired and this museum is all he have.
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