Category: Sopot

How to spend time between screenings? – A short guide for Festival guests

As the weather is getting better during the 44th Polish Film Festival, it is more and more tempting to

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Sopot Kendo Club

Kendo is a traditional Japanese martial art, which descends from swordsmanship (kenjutsu) and uses bamboo swords (shinai) and projective

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Outdoor cinema at Polish Film Festival in Gdynia, photo: Jakub Woźniak/Tricity New

A Guide to Summer Cinemas in Tricity

No plans for summer evenings? Then head to one of Tricity’s outdoor cinemas! This year, over 8 summer movie

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Rental Agreement, photo: Jakub Woźniak/Tricity News

5 Things to know about Rental Agreements – by BigDoor24

Not knowing some basic things about a Rental Agreement is just a gamble. In this part of our

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Gdynia Blues Festival, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

How to spend the second weekend of June in Tricity

How to spend the weekend in Tricity? – It is a series of articles on Tricity News. We publish

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BigDoor24 enters Tricity, photo: Jakub Woźniak/Tricity News

BigDoor24.pl enters Tricity and needs your help!

First off, we are really delighted to partner with the excellent Tricity News to provide some help and

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Amber Expo, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

How to spend the first weekend of April in Tricity?

How to spend the weekend in Tricity? – It is a series of articles on Tricity News. We publish

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Gdynia Aerobaltic 2018, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

Days off in 2019 – plan your holidays

There are many opportunities to enjoy days off in 2019. The calendar for 2019 has some 30 bank holidays

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Cyanobacteria in the Gdansk Bay, photo: Jakub Wozniak/Tricity News

What’s wrong with water in the Gdansk Bay?

The warm weather is encouraging to have a bath in the sea. Since Monday however, all beaches in the

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Gdynia Orłowo, photo: Jakub Woźniak/Tricity News

Water in Gdansk Bay is safe according to Sanitary Inspectorate

In the middle of May millions of liters of sewage went into Motlawa river and Gdansk Bay. Since the

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