Attractions

Museum in Sopot

Sopot Museum

At the southern end of the beachfront in a grand old villa, the Sopot Museum showcases 19th-century furniture and fittings, including some enormous, ornately carved wardrobes. Other displays include old sepia photos…
Gallery in Sopot

Art Gallery

Funded by the town of Sopot, this glitzy art gallery within the reconstructed Dom Zdrojowy (Spa House) has changing exhibitions of mostly Polish art.
Spring in Sopot

Dom Zdrojowy

Take the space-age glazed lift to the 3rd floor to enjoy a free sip of Sopot’s natural, mineral-rich spring water.
Statue in Sopot

Tightrope Walker Statue

While ambling your way along Ulica Bohaterów Monte Cassino towards the sea, take a right into ul Bema to see one of the most unusual statues in Poland. An African fisherman carrying a net is suspended above the stre…
Street in Sopot

Ulica Bohaterów Monte Cassino

Sopot’s unavoidable spine is 'Heroes of Monte Cassino' Street, an attractive and invariably crowded mall stretching from the railway line to the pier. Many of Sopot’s eateries and places of entertainment line its pe…
Theatre in Sopot

Opera Leśna

In a wooded hilly area of the town stands the Opera Leśna, an amphitheatre that seats 5000 people and is host to the prestigious August International Sopot Festival, a Eurovision-style song contest and festival famo…
Pier in Sopot

Pier

At the end of Monte Cassino, beyond Plac Zdrojowy, is the famous Molo, Europe’s longest wooden pier, built in 1928 and jutting 515m out into the Bay of Gdańsk. Various attractions along its length come and go with t…
Landmark in Sopot

Grand Hotel

North of the pier is the landmark 1927 Grand Hotel, adjoining the long waterfront spa park that first popularised the town.