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Napoleon Bonaparte's personal physician founded the first spa facilities in the gentrified Baltic resort in the 19th century.
The longest pier in Europe juts out 511 m into the Bay of Gdansk and is lined with shops and cafes.
Aquapark Sopot, located on Zamkowa Góra, promises a fun day in water, no matter your age. The facility includes several wellness features such as hydro massage, sauna, hot tubs and lots more, as well as recreational features like water slides and wild river. Additional services provided include massages, body scrubs and such that ensure you look as great as you feel after your experience at Aquapark. The kids get a pool all to themselves, where fun games are organized - it's the perfect place for all the members of your family. If you can't decide between a spa and a water park, Aquapark Sopot is where you should be!
Located in Oliwa, Abbot's Palace is a stunning palace and a Department of Modern Art of the Polish National Museum. The palace was built in the 18th Century and adorns Roccoco style of architecture. Presently, the palace has permanent exhibitions from many 19th and 20th Centuries Polish artists, including paintings, sculptures and ceramics.
Originally built in wood, the Gdańsk Oliwa Cathedral is famous for being the 'longest church' in Poland due to the height of its beautiful structure. Acclaimed for its Baroque interiors (built during renovation), this cathedral is an architectural masterpiece and a popular tourist spot. Apart from the grandeur of its interiors, the cathedral is also known for the organ it houses: the instrument features angels and stars and it's sound quality is sure to keep visitors engaged.This cathedral was initially founded in 1186 and the present day structure represents the combination of Romanesque, Gothic and Baroque style of architecture.