TRI-CITy HIGHlIGHTS --THE loCAl vIEw "this was always a very cosmopolitan city during the Hanseatic trading era and into the 18th century, very tolerant of different religions and home to different faiths and nationalities, and that's still the case," says Gdask resident Marta Wisniewska. "Diversity is what makes the Tri-City so special." Here are Wisniewska's Gdask area picks: heaD for the countryside. Mushroom picking in the forested Trójmiejski Park is an autumn option, or combine a visit to the Gothic cathedral in the Oliwa suburb with a stroll in the Oliwa park. the restoreD 14th-century castle at Malbork, a UNESCO World Heritage Site (www.vIsITMalBoRk.pl), is a must, and the Kashubian Lake District is also just 30 minutes by car from Gdask. try a renteD-cycle tour along the coastline of the Tri-City. (www.RoweRownIa. gDa.pl). Visit the aquaparK at Sopot, including a pool, bowling and sauna world (www.aquapaRksopoT.pl). shop for souVenirs: Goldwasser vodka ("NOT just for tourists!") with real flakes of gold floating in it, jewelry, sausage shops and photo books, all in plentiful supply along Dluga. try one of the seafood taverns in the old town. Fish, duck and traditional Polish dumplings are on the menu at Pod Lososiem (www.poDlososIeM.coM.pl). Main courses from 50 to 70 zlotys (12 to 15). night owls especially in summer head for Sopot where the partying in the bars and clubs never stops. The beachfront music club Cream Sopot is a prime venue (www.cReaMsopoT.pl). A newly married couple pose in Dluga Street (Long Street).
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