Gdynia is a city for everyone.
Beloved to the locals and attractive to tourists.
Guaranteed work-life balance.
Perfectly connected with the largest urban centers in the country and abroad. An international airport approx. 20 km away, express train connections, direct access to the network of fast public roads, including the A1 motorway, a modern seaport.
Full of innovative solutions in public space, open to the needs of residents and entrepreneurs. Thoughtful and constantly developed infrastructure. Historically, a pearl of modernist architecture from the 1920s and 1930s – the period when the city was founded, unique in Europe.
Together with Gdańsk and Sopot, it forms a coherent whole. The inhabitants of the Tri-City appreciate the prestige of historic Gdańsk, the holiday charm of Sopot and the modernity of Gdynia – a city “from the sea and dreams” and the Polish “gate to the world” after Poland regained independence in 1918, after 123 years under partitions.
It is the second most promising for foreign direct investment in developing cities around the world according to the prestigious fDi Global Cities of the Future 2021/2022 ranking. Together with Gdańsk and Sopot, ranked 4th in 2020 in the “The Tech Cities of the Future” list.
Ranks third in the world in the category of the best cities to live, it is the number 1 city in Poland according to the LivCom Awards, which examines the quality of life in over 250,000 cities around the world. Gdynia has the cleanest air in Poland.
The cleanest city in Poland according to the Polish Smog Report.
The highest level of satisfaction with the place of residence among all Polish cities – report: Social Diagnosis.
A paradise for enthusiasts of physical activity – countless routes for cyclists, runners and walkers, many possibilities for water sports.
Famous sporting events: Ironman Gdynia, Gdynia Sailing Days, Red Bull Air Race.
Rich cultural offer – incl. Open’er Festival, Globaltica, Ladies’ Jazz Festival, Gdynia Design Days, Polish Feature Film Festival.
Gdynia is the UNESCO’s “City of Film”.
Famous places of cultural events: Musical Theater, City Theater, Gdynia City Museum, Emigration Museum, Experiment Science Center, Gdynia Film Center.
Touristic Gdynia: unique architecture of modernism, Kościuszko Square with historic and sailing ships mooring at the quay, Gdynia Aquarium, boulevard and beach, Kamienna Góra with a cable car and sea view, Orłowo with a pier, beach and a postcard cliff, countless restaurants and bars.
Modern Gdynia, historic Gdańsk, tourist Sopot – the Tri-City provides its inhabitants with great diversity and at the same time forms one coherent organism.
For metropolitan residents, it is natural to move between cities every day – to work, shopping, cultural events and restaurants. For them, it is one city – without borders.
Access by car from the center of Gdynia to the center of Sopot takes only a quarter of an hour, and another one to the center of Gdańsk.
Gdynia is perfectly connected. The international airport of Gdańsk is 20 km away.
Expressways S7, S6 and the only meridional motorway in Poland, A1 – Amber Highway, provide convenient and fast access to most cities in Poland.
A well-developed network of railway lines (SKM, PKM, PKP Intercity) connects Gdynia with all corners of the Tri-City metropolis, with the airport and the rest of the country.
Gdynia is also an important seaport on the Baltic Sea and an attractive place for locating business and developing companies from the shipbuilding, logistics and transport industries.