Snow, light frost, no wind and the afternoon sun slightly obscured by high clouds - perfect conditions to admire Sopot in winter. Sopot in its winter version delighted me with the color of the sea and its original architecture, whitewashed with snow looked like a fairy tale. See more photos from this beautiful seaside resort in the gallery: Sopot aerial view.
I have not seen such a white mole yet - although my first job, still in high school, was painting this mole in white :-)
Aerial view of the Sopot beach. This is one of the favorite places to walk for tourists and residents of the Tri-City in winter.
Pomeranian Rheumatology Center, Dom Zdrojowy - Spa House, hotels: Sheraton and Sofitel Grand by the sea in Sopot. There is a cliff in Gdynia Orłowo on the horizon.
View of the southern beaches in Sopot. There is the Evangelical-Augsburg Church of the Savior in the foreground.
Neo-Gothic Garrison Church st. Jerzy in Sopot from 1901.
A beautiful, sunny, winter afternoon in the sea health resort is the perfect time for a walk. You have to be careful because the pier is covered in snow and ice.
The lighthouse and the pier in Sopot
Pomeranian Rheumatology Center in Sopot with a 30-meter chimney, which has been hidden in this characteristic tower. There is a lighthouse and a viewpoint now.
The Forest Opera in Sopot is a legendary amphitheater, known throughout Poland and abroad, picturesquely situated on the hills in the middle of the forest.
The architecture in Sopot impresses with its originality - I really like these buildings that look like from a fairy tale.
The Evangelical-Augsburg Church of the Savior at Parkowa Street in Lower Sopot.
The pier, beach, Kuracyjny Square, Spa House (Dom Zdrojowy), Zdrojowy Square, Plac Przyjaciół Sopotu and Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street are the tourist center of Sopot.
Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street in winter
One of the most famous promenades in Poland - "Monciak", which is actually Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street in Sopot.
North beach and Sofitel Grand Hotel in Sopot.
There is a palace or even a small castle, almost like Hogwarts in Sopot, at 45 Parkowa Street. This eclectic tenement house was built in 1905 according to the design of Carl Kupperschmit. I like to enter the side streets of Sopot to discover such architectural wonders.
The world takes on a completely different dimension when snow falls. The number of colors is kept to a minimum - everything is so white and clean.
Railway station and shopping mall Sopot Centrum.
Some of the most important tourist attractions in Sopot in one photo: Dom Zdrojowy, State Art Gallery, pier, beach and Sheraton and Sofitel Grand Hotels.
Winter view from above the "Monciak" promenade to Lower Sopot, the pier and the Gdańsk Bay.
Light frost, slightly cloudy, snow-covered city and gently, soft light of the setting sun - Sopot looks fabulous in winter!
I like Sopot architecture - some buildings look like they are out of a fairy tale! See more photos from this beautiful seaside resort in the gallery: Sopot aerial view.
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