Making a trip to Europe is a definitive dream for everybody and I had the opportunity to satisfy mine. In January 2019 I got the opportunity to make a trip to Poland and experience its exquisite culture.
I was there as a global volunteer. I lived in Gdynia for almost two months in which I also explored famous cities like Gdansk and Sopot. Living there with local families taught me a lot about their culture, language, and food. In all this time, I met nothing but friendly people, ate delicious Polish food from little canteens, and walked extensively through various neighborhoods. It was an incredibly fun trip.
Gdynia is a city and a significant seaport on the Baltic Sea in Northern Poland. Along with Gdansk, Sopot, and the neighboring networks it shapes a metropolitan territory which is known as a Tri-City. There are a lot of interesting places to visit while in Gdynia like Orłowo Pier, Emigration Museum, or my personal favorite Gdynia beach. Each place has its own unique story and many of these are related to the time of World war II.
Sopot is an acclaimed coastline resort on Poland’s Baltic Sea coast. It is a combination of exquisite estates, upscale cafés, and humming clubs. It’s presumably the glitziest resort on the Baltic coast and draws in a blend of very much obeyed Polish and global guests. I will always remember Sopot for its crazy club parties and of course the Crooked House which is also one of the most famous buildings in the world.
Gdansk for me will forever be the most beautiful city in the world. It is a city soaked in history and brimming with activities all year round. The vibe, food, and especially the architecture are just mesmerizing. There a lot of things to do in Gdansk like visiting the old town, World War II museum of the most iconic Harborfronts in Europe. Well, while wandering the streets of this beautiful city one thing that you cannot miss is the St. Mary’s Basilica also the third-largest church in the world.
Poland is a beautiful country to visit in Europe. It is rich with history and culture. The people are really nice although they don’t speak English. The food here is also really amazing. Poland will forever hold a special place in my heart.
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