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Sopot Pier, Sopot
Categories: Observation Decks, Tourist Spots
One of the longest wooden piers in Europe at 512 m (1,679 ft), Sopot Pier stretches from the middle of Sopot Beach. It serves as both a pleasure pier and mooring for cruise ships and water taxis. Walk to the end, where the vapors from the high level of iodine in the water are said to benefit your health. A stroll up and down the pier gives views of the coastline and a respite from city sightseeing. Although events are held on and around the pier, it is free of shops and restaurants so it rarely gets crowded (except when the nearby bay hosts sailing and windsurfing competitions). Make Sopot Pier a centerpiece of your Sopot vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Sopot vacation generator.
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Самый длинный деревянный пирс в Европе. Вокруг много сувенирных лавок.ресторанов,кафе.Янтарь во всех проявлениях в сувенирах.The longest wooden pier in Europe. Around a lot of souvenir shops. restaurants, cafes in all manifestations. amber in souvenirs.show original
Molo jest bardzo zadbane, nie brakuje ławek z których można podziwiać piękny widok. Kawa lub piwo smakuje jeszcze lepiej w takich pięknych okolicznościach:) Będąc na molo można również pooglądać piękn... read more »The pier is very well cared for, there is no shortage of benches where you can admire the beautiful view. Coffee or beer tastes even better in such beautiful circumstances:) Being on the pier you can also watch the beautiful yachts. Tickets are a little pricey but it is Pier so well maintained. I recommend everyone who visits Sopot.show original
Co nie znaczy nieprzyjemnie. Wręcz przeciwnie - molo po sztormie, który skończył się kilka dni temu (dalej wieje, na szczęście nieco mniej) to przepiękne miejsce na cudowne spacery i wdychanie jakże c... read more »Which does not mean nasty. On the contrary-the Pier after a storm, which ended a few days ago (the blows, fortunately, a little less) is a beautiful place for wonderful walks and inhalation how precious. Although the lower bridge was by that storm heavily damaged, the pier does not have lost nothing of its charm, and autumn the sea looks like add it.show original
Antonio De Iasio
The longest wooden pier in Europe. You pay couple of euros for the entrance but it's worth it. At the end of it there's a stunning view of the whole area. In front of you the Baltic sea, behind you the Grand Hotel and to the left and the right the sandy shoreline.
Nice view. Depending on weather this can be a very nice visit. The day we went the lower deck was closed off (end of March).
Long pier from Sopot promenade. Views of the cold, flat Baltic. Many cafes,bars and up-market hotels. Old fashioned seaside resort.
Beautiful place to visit - extremely clean
Really nice place to visit, but I got really disappointed that you need to pay to visit it.
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