Gdynia is the Baltic port for the old Hanseatic city of Gdansk. In 1922 it was only a tiny fishing village, but by 1939 it had grown into one of the biggest ports on the Baltic. Gdynia is the home port of the Polish navy and the town contains a naval museum and several maritime schools.
From Gdynia you can visit Gdansk, formerly the free city of Danzig, and Poland's oldest city and Malbork Castle - from the 13th to the 15th century the fortress was one of the most powerful in Europe. Sopot, one of Poland's largest and most popular seaside and health resorts dating from the 16th century is nearby in an area of wooded hills.
The following 22 cruises call at Gdynia.
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