The proximity of bus stops and railway stations both of the Pomeranian Metropolitan Railway (PKM) and the intercity provides hassle-free and fast access not only to Gdańsk and Gdynia, but also to the e.g. Tutonic Castle at Malbork or the modern Aquapark with the sharks at Reda.
At at any time of the year, Hotel Eureka*** residents can chose from a exceptional variety of leisure activties in and around the Tri-City and the Pomorze region.
While you are staying with us, You can work on your physical fitness. Its as easy as making your way to our fitness centre. Its also amazing to do some jogging or walking in the avenues adjoining the hotel and on the beach. And take a rest in the sauna afterwards.
Enjoying the charms of the area, we are just a few steps from the beach:
A little further:
Jogging on the beach
Kite &WindSurfing &SUP
Water and motorboat sports
Grodzisko Open-Air Museum
Regana Park with playgrounds
Maritime Museum on the Motława River
Experyment Science Center
Sopot is a location of seaside health resorts and spas. Since the 1960’s of the 20th c Sopot hosted and still continues to host popular song festivals, nowdays also a drama festival called “Dwa Teatry” [Two Theatres] and others. Sopot is also well known for its horse racing and highly regarded sailing competitions. Sopot boasts a pier which is the longest in Europe wooden pier construction; other features include the famous “Monciak”, a number of seaside parks, a seaside cliff, and buildings of interest. A unique atmosphere. Out of the three cities in the Tri-City agglomeration Sopot is famed for its entertainment venues.
Museum of the city of Sopot
Cliff in Orłowo
Open-air cinema at the pier
Gdańsk is a city with more than 1,000 year history, of such rich abundance that “its past could be distributed and shared out amongst several other cities, of similar size”. Located at the mouth of the Motława River, near its entry into the Bay of Gdańsk, it has been a cultural and scientific centre of exceptional significance, the heart of Pomorze. This is where the world’s largest international Amber Fair takes place, and in summer - also St. Dominic's Fair, which has been running for hundreds of years.
Park in Oliwa
Water tram on the bay
Museum of the Second World War