Sopot travel guide

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You're Going to Love Sopot

Sopot is a famous seaside resort on Poland's Baltic Sea coast. You will find a mixture of elegant villas, upscale restaurants and buzzing clubs in this pretty town. It's probably the glitziest resort on the Baltic coast and attracts a mix of well-heeled Polish and international visitors.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Sopot

When to Visit Sopot

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Sopot's high season is undoubtedly the summer months, when the resort fills up and comes alive.

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How to Get to Sopot

Airports near Sopot

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Where to Stay in Sopot

Sofitel Grand Sopot on Powstańców Warszawy is right in the town center and has luxurious rooms from zł450. Hacienda Pension on ul. Władysława Jagiełły offers good basic room in a central location from zł100.

Popular Neighborhoods in Sopot

Most popular hotel in Sopot by neighborhood

Dolny Sopot

Where to stay in popular areas of Sopot

Most booked hotels in Sopot

How to Get Around Sopot

The Cost of Living in Sopot

Shopping Streets

Heroes of Monte Cassino Street has a number of good boutiques, while Sopot Street Market at Wyścigi Station has everything from fresh produce to jewelry.

Groceries and Other

A quart of milk in Sopot will cost zł2.40 and a loaf of bread is zł2.30.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
C$ 7.21
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
C$ 90.10
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
C$ 1.44
Cappuccino
Cappuccino
C$ 2.49

Where to Eat in Sopot

Bar Przystan just east of the pier has wonderful fried fish from zł25. Bulaj on Al Franciszka Mamuszki has great seafood, duck and rabbit dishes from zł25 for a main course.