Villa Baltica

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Emilii Plater St 1, Sopot, 81-777, Poland
Villa Baltica
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Visiting Sopot in June

by joeymello

Hello all! I am visiting Sopot for a few days and have some questions for you:

1) I booked my hotel at Miramar Hotel. It was next to the Aquapark and I love to walk. Is this an ok hotel? Has anyone here ever seen it? Is the walk from this hotel to Monte Cassino area safe? The other hotel I was considering was Hotel Opera.

2) Is Malbork nearby? I would like to visit Malbork by public transportation. From my hotel, how long would it take to walk to the train station? Also, how long is the trip from Sopot to Malbork?

Many thanks!!!

Re: Visiting Sopot in June

by MR68

>Is Malbork nearby?

One hour by train

>From my hotel, how long would it take to walk to the train station?

2 km to railway station

Re: Visiting Sopot in June

by sihi

Do for sure visit tu Malbork. Castle is must see. You can visit also town of Frombork nearby.
Do not forget visit to old town of Gdansk:)

Re: Visiting Sopot in June

by zaffaran

Miramar is in fact in Kamienny Potok (district of Sopot)but is accessible by train (1 stop)and bus (and trolleybus) stops are in front of the main entrance. However, if you plan very active nightlife oyu may have to take a taxi to avoid a half-hour walk.The area is ok but seems to be quite remote and empty -especially while coming back in the evening in June.IMHO Opera Hotel has a better location even if you like walking :-)
Kamienny Potok has only a stop for local trains, so to go to Malbork you have to change at Sopot.

Travel Tips for Sopot

Artists in the Monciak

by gosiaPL

The Monciak pedestrian area is popular among artists who display their works there: drawings, waterpaints, oils, ceramics, etc. You can also have your portrait sketched right on the spot - gee, I've seen these artists in many places, also outside Poland. Street musicians also hope for some income in the Monciak. This teenage girl in the other picture was second youngest street performer I've ever seen - only a 9-year-old violinist in Krakow beats her!

Crooked house

by Raimix

Crooked house is one of the most popular objects to see in Sopot. Construction that appeared in 2004 is not usual form due architect’s inspiration of fairytale illustrations (fairytale author Jan Marcin Szancer) and drawings (author Per Dahlberg).

Thinking generally, people are so dependent and so used for standard forms (it could be building, car, spoon or other object), that if something different appears, it makes positive or negative impression. A crooked house is one of examples to raise popularity of Sopot resort town.

Famous pier

by Raimix

One of reasons travelers visit Sopot is a long pier, it is 511 meters long and is longest one in Baltic region. Pier was built by initiative Napoleon’s army doctor in 1827, pier had numerous renovations. Visitors gather here to see gulf of Gdansk, to enjoy sunrises and sunsets.

When I was there I was suprised that I needed to pay to go on pier. It was about 2 zloty for adult.

Fountain of Youth????

by Pawtuxet

This little glass gazebo housed a fountain which claims to hold a special water which will heal and rejuvenate. You could fill a bottle, splash your face, or sign up for a spa visit. Sorry I could not translate the sign in the 2nd pic. It tells you the variety of services and uses for the water.

Sopot - the most popular seaside resort in Poland

by Raimix

My nice host and I made daytrip to Sopot with bikes from main town of Tricity region - Gdansk. As it seemed from first look, it is really popular place for seaside lovers.

Sopot is called as resort and health spa town. Town is not big, with a population of approximately 40 thousand people. Word “sopot” means “stream” in old Slavic language, town still has some bigger water streams.

Village at first was mentioned in 1283, it was a territory of Cistercians abbey. It became territory of Union of Poland and Lithuania in 1466 after Peace of Thorn. From 16th century it is already known as spa place, where noble people built their manors. Village of Sopot was hardly devastated during war with Tzarist Russia in 1733, so most of buildings are newer now.

Coming to Sopot from Gdansk is easy as elsewhere in Tricity territory, it is possible to use train, tram and journey consist about 30 min.


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