Sopot attracts a lot of visitors all year round. The town is located by one of the most famous Polish beaches and is known for its promenade full of restaurants and cafes. The Sopot Pier was built as a mooring point for cruise boats and opened in 1827. It is the longest wooden pier in Europe with a length of 511.5m. The concentration of iodine at the tip of the pier is twice as high as on land.
take a walk along the longest wooden pier in Europe
breathe in the iodine with curative properties
enjoy the scenery of the Polish Baltic coast
From 130€ per person /
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You will see:
Heroes of Monte Cassino Street
Sopot's famous promenade full of restaurants, cafes and fancy hotels. ... [ read more ]
Unusually shaped building located by the most popular promenade in Sopot. ... [ read more ]
The pier was built as a mooring point for cruise boats and opened in 1827. It is the longest wooden pier in Europe with a length of 511.5m. ... [ read more ]
One of many navigation facilities on the Polish Baltic coast. It was built in 1903-1904 as a part of Balneological Institute. There are... [ read more ]
During our Sopot tour you will walk down the famous Heroes of Monte Cassino Street. You will see unusually shaped building ”Crooked house”. At the end of Monte Cassino Street, beyond Plac Zdrojowy you will have a stroll along ”Molo” – the longest wooden one in Europe. You can also visit the Sopot Lighthouse – one of many navigation facilities on the Polish Baltic coast. You can get on the top of the lookout tower and admire the beautiful view of the city and the Baltic Sea.
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Prices include our professional licensed guide and apply to groups of 1-10 people. The price for groups of more than 10 people is quoted on request.
Entry tickets are not required in most of the places you will visit and they are not included in the tour price (but can be added to the final recepit/invoice).
The route can be modified according to your preferences. The starting point can be the City Hall or any other place in the city centre (including your hotel/apartment). You move on foot from one point to another.