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Sofitel Grand Sopot

Local Attractions: 
    Sofitel Grand Sopot
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Local Attractions

Visit some of Sopot, Poland’s most celebrated cultural attractions. From the bustling Monte Cassino Street to the National Art Gallery to relaxing at the beach, guests will be able to craft the perfect itinerary.

Sopot Pier
Built in 1827, the Sopot Pier is the longest wooden pier in Europe at just under 1,700 feet. As it stretches from the middle of the beach into the Baltic Sea, the Sopot Pier is the perfect place to watch the sunset, go for a leisurely walk, or observe the World Sailing Championship. The pier is listed as a grade 1 building, meaning that it is of exceptional interest to preserve.

Monte Cassino Street
Monte Cassino Street is the most active boulevard in the city and is dotted with some of the best shops, art galleries, and restaurants that Poland has to offer. From the Neo-Gothic Church of St. George down to the Sopot Pier, travelers will love exploring this historic and vibrant street.

Crooked House
While walking down Monte Cassino Street, guests shouldn’t miss a stop in the Crooked House, or Krzywy Domek, part of the Rezydent shopping mall. This landmark building was completed in 2004 and designed by architecture firm Szotyńscy & Zaleski. The imaginative shape and construction draw inspiration from the illustrations of Jan Marcin Szancer and Per Dahlberg.

National Art Gallery
While in Sopot, guests of the hotel can visit the state’s own brand of the Polish National Gallery of Art. Visitors to the National Gallery of Art in Sopot will see works of traditional and modern Polish art, as well as international exhibits across 13,000 square feet of gallery space.

Museum of Sopot
For a Polish cultural experience and immersion, tourists should visit the Museum of Sopot. This cultural museum is housed in the antique residence of Ernst August Claaszen, a wealthy merchant from nearby Gdansk. The building is a traditional example of Polish architecture where guests can view a preserved summer mansion of the wealthy elite in Poland, complete with antique interiors laid out just how they would have been in the early 1900s.


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