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Gdynia is one of Poland's more popular travel destinations, and travelers usually visit Gdynia to enjoy some great beaches, monuments, and churches. Staying over at least a day or two in Gdynia is really worthwhile if you're traveling through Poland's Pomerania region. Gdynia's most well-known attractions include the Molo!!!!!!!! and Kamienna Góra. Check out this Gdynia travel guide to find out more about all the great stuff to see and do there.
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Gdynia doesn't have the history or tourist attractions of Gdansk and comes off rather as a no-nonsense place with the amenities of a port city of roughly 250,000 people. However Gdynia usually offers less expensive accommodation than what you'd find in Gdansk and can still be worth a visit if you're interested in naval history as there are two museum-ships (one is a converted destroyer from WWII, the other is a training vessel from before WWI). For transportation, it is well-connected to other Polish cities via buses and trains and there are several daily express / intercity trains that begin their routes in Gdynia and end them in Krakow via Warszawa. Within the Tri-Cities, Gdynia is at the northern end of a commuter railway service (SKM). A ride from Gdynia to Gdansk via SKM takes about 25 minutes and trains run approximately every 20 minutes daily.
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Gdynia was a fishermans village until 1920, when it became a city. The city developped very fast, now it't one of the most important ports in Poland. Here is many places worth to see, for example the warship "Blyskawica", scholar ship "Dar Pomorza", you can also climb to "Kamienna Gora" and enjoy the view over the city and bay. Gdynia is a modern city, where you can spend time on the beach, one of many cafes and restaurants and shopping centres. Those, who like a nightlife will find many discos and nightclubs.
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In Gdynia you can find many attractions. This is a city located by the Baltic Sea. There are many squares, beautiful boulevard and pier. Everyone can find something for himself....Transport here is well-developed (PKP, SKM, ZKM). Gdynia is a cultural centre of Poland. Year by year there are more festivals (like Open'er, of musical theatres or festival of polish movies).
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