Port of Gdynia


The Port of Gdynia is the only Polish port fully equipped to accommodate the largest cruisers entering the Baltic Sea. Francuskie Quay of 12 meters in depth and Pomorskie Quay offer 2 berths of total length of approx. 635m. The city was built from scratch over the span of the late 1920s and early 1930s of the previous century. Gdynia’s architecture and urban development of the port, the downtown and residential districts is record of the artistic trends in Europe’s modernism style. “Gdynia Modernism” was distinguished by modern structure, functionality and the use of marine and ship-related details. In the very downtown area of the city one can stroll along the Sea Boulevard, sunbathe on the beach or relax in the beautiful park on Kamienna Góra, admire Gdynia’s panorama from its top. Gdynia is now firmly established as a port of call for many of the cruise itineraries and this provides a great opportunity for passengers to explore the region (especially one thousand years old Gdansk).


Museum of the City of Gdynia
The place of interesting exhibitions connected with the history of the city, the Kashubian region and important cultural events.
Oceanographic Museum and Aquarium
This is the only one aquarium in Poland, with hundreds of exotic specimens of marine wildlife from all over the world including Africa, South America and the northern reaches of Europe.
The Tall Ship ,,Dar Pomorza”
The Polish sailing frigate - built in 1909, preserved in Gdynia as a museum ship. The winner of many races.
The Naval Museum
The heritage park of marine military arms presents both old and modern marine equipment and crafts.