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Get to see more for less or 21 reasons why you should have the Pomeranian Tourist Card

Get to see more for less or 21 reasons why you should have the Pomeranian Tourist Card.

Pomerania tempts and encourages visitors from Poland and all over the world to take a break and enjoy some leisure here. It’s no wonder. It offers an entire sea of attractions, not only in the Tri-City of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot. From historical and iconic locations, through culture, entertainment and beautiful nature to completely new places and landmarks. If you’re looking for a convenient way to go sightseeing when you plan to come here or already during your stay in our wonderful region, look no further. This is what you can do with the Pomeranian Tourist Card.

Tour and save

The Pomeranian Tourist Card is for everyone who comes to visit the Pomorskie Voivodship. With the Metropolia and Metropolia+ packages, you can visit a total of 21 attractions in the Tri-City of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot, in the Żuławy Lowlands, and the Kociewie and Powiśle regions. This way, you can save up to 50% on single tickets. The packages are available in 3- or 4-day variants so that, as a visitor to Pomerania, you can plan your stay and go wherever you want, whenever you want. It’s up to you, as a card holder, when you want to begin your tour.
In the summer months, there is a special deal where you get five days for the price of four!

Things to see and places to go

What can you see with the Pomeranian Tourist Card? Most of all, the region’s biggest attractions and places worth visiting to get to know the region better. With the Pomeranian Tourist Card’s Metropolia and Metropolia+ packages, you can do this at a better price while sticking to your plan. All you need to do is show your card and visit what you want and when you want.
And there are lots to see. Starting with Gdynia, you can visit all its biggest attractions: the Aquarium with its array of sea creatures from the world over, the destroyer ORP Błyskawica from World War II, the Polish Naval Museum, Gdynia City Museum, Emigration Museum on the site of the former Passenger Sea Terminal from which the transatlantic liner Batory would set sail, and the Experyment Science Centre. In Sopot, you can begin your sightseeing tour with a walk along the Pier and then turn around to visit the Lighthouse, step into the State Art Gallery and visit the picturesque Goyki 3 Art Inkubator, a new spot on the resort’s cultural map that will captivate you with its spellbinding architecture enclosed in greenery. You can enjoy a view of Gdańsk from Gradowa Hill and see the Hevelianum Centre while you’re there. There are more places on the tourist map, including the Museum of Amber and the National Maritime Museum, places that tell the story of what makes Pomerania special—amber and the sea in its broadest sense—in a very attractive and fascinating way. Beyond the Tri-City, there are other places waiting for you to discover and visit, such as the Faktoria Roman trading outpost at the Baltic International Cultural Park in Pruszcz Gdański, the Żuławy Lowlands Historical Park, the Vistula River Museum and the Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew, the Diocese Museum in Pelplin with its ancient abbey or three gothic castles in Sztum, Kwidzyn and Malbork. Sounds like a great plan to capture the spirit of Pomerania.

With the Pomeranian Tourist Card, this plan is at your fingertips. All you need to do is go to kartaturysty.pomorskie.travel and order your selected package. Get your Pomeranian Tourist Card and enjoy!