Ostatnia aktualizacja: 27 lipca 2017

Welcome to the Tri-City Region

The Tri-City is a great place for a family vacation and offers tons of things to do and see. If are you planning a tour around Tri-City: Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia, we will help you. If you wish to find out more about the Tri-City Region or hire a guide, we will help you. During our tour you will be sightseeing.


The SAFARI firm is dedicated to showcasing the Tri- City and provides a listing of all the best the area has to offer so you can find what you are looking for. So check out the SAFARI for information on what to do in the Tri-City Region.


Gdańsk is the largest city in the region. The Gdańsk continues to play a major role in the Tri-City economy and is also a huge part of the science and technology communities worldwide. Gdańsk is recognized as one of Polish most progressive cities. Gdansk Shipyard was the birthplace of the Solidarity trade union movement, whose opposition to the government led to the end of communist party rule in 1989. Gdańsk has a beautiful old town and a modern feel. You can shop for amber or antiques along the river, stop for a seafood lunch at any one of its restaurants, view sights significant to Gdansk's history from the medieval times to the 20th century, and much more. For a place to visit, the City of Gdańsk has something for everyone.



The City of Gdynia is one of the fastest growing cities in Tri-City Region and also one of leading cities for growth and development ranking in the country. The city was founded as a Polish harbour in 1926. Gdynia is recognized for its aesthetic and recreational charisma surrounded by natural beauty.




Sopot is a seaside resort very popular with Poles, Germans and Scandinavians. It is a lovely little town with a very pretty main street, a beautiful seafron. Sea, sand, a lovely resort. It has become the center for family events throughout the year: summer concerts and a number of music festivals. Sopot is also hosts an annual competitive horse jumping CSI and CSIO in June.


Historical attractions:


Both the castle and the town of Malbork (Marienburg) were named for their patron saint, the Virgin Mary. This fortified castle became the seat of the Teutonic Order and Europe's largest Gothic fortress.



Stutthof was the place where 110 000 people were kept: men, women and children; citizens of 25 countries and of 25 nationalities. 65 000 people died as a result of exterminating living conditions as well as of executions by shooting, hanging, murdering in gas chambers by means of Cyclone B, killing by means of phenol injections into the heart, beating and torturing, and during evacuation by land and by sea.


Nature expeditions, birdwatching:

Słowinski National Park

Slowinski National Park is situated in the eastern part of Pobrzeze Słowińskie, 90 km west from Gdańsk. Słowinski National Park offer visitors stunning views and great wildlife. The park preserves the most beautiful part of the Baltic southern coast, with the biggest sandy dunes in Europe, which move under the influence of strong, stormy winds. The Park was recognized as an outstanding natural value and registered on the World List of Biosphere Reserves in 1967.


Nature reserves around Tri-City:

The Vistula Spit

The Vistula Spit is a phenomenal sandy peninsula formed by sands deposited by sea currents and the Vistula River. That embankment spreads out from Gdańsk to Baltiysk in the Russian Federation. The Vistula Spit is located at the north-eastern coast of the Bay of Gdańsk, it separates the Vistula Lagoon from open waters of the Bay, while from the side Zulawy it is separated with a system of channels. It is a geographical land, spreading for the length of 60km, as far as to Sobieszewska Island; its width spreads from 600m to 2km. This specific tourist region has been formed by dunes, for years unnaturally afforested with mixed trees. Three nature reserves were created here, i.e. the Bird Paradise (“Ptasi Raj”), also called the Seagull Bayou (“Mewia Łacha”);


the Fisherman’s Place (“Kąty Rybackie”) and the Oaks of the Vistula Spit (“Buki Mierzei Wiślanej”).


The Beka Nature Reserve

The Beka nature reserve was established in 1988 on 193.01 ha. It is situated in the county of Puck in the eastern part of the Cassubian seashore within Nadmorski Landscape Park. It covers some area between Osłonino, Mrzezino and Rewa embracing a part of ancient riverbed and present estuary of the River Reda.