Pomeranian Tourist Card: Tri-City and Gothic castles

For a year now, the Pomorskie Tourist Card and its Metropolia package have been making sightseeing the Tri-City and surrounding areas easier. As of April this year, the card's scope has been expanded with the new Metropolia+ package, which lets you visit the most popular spots in Żuławy, Powiśle and Kociewie.

Until now, the Tourist Card with the Metropolia package allowed free or discounted entry to many attractions of the Tri-City, such as the Sopot Pier and the Gdynia Aquarium. This year, the Metropolia+ package significantly increases opportunities for sightseeing in the region, both for visitors to the Tri-City and its residents who would like to learn more about the history and culture of the area.



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Pomorskie Tourist Card

Pomorskie Tourist Card

The Metropolia+ package now also includes the region’s most famous castles:


– Teutonic Castle in Malbork, the largest Gothic castle complex in the world

– Sztum Castle, a branch of the Castle Museum in Malbork, the former seat of the Teutonic alderman, and hunting residence of the Grand Masters

– Kwidzyn Castle, ranked among the most valuable and beautiful historic buildings in the Powiśle region.


In addition to the castles, the package entitles you to visit other attractions that are sure to be a treat for history lovers. Among them are:


– The Trade Factory (Faktoria Handlowa) in Pruszcz Gdański, which is a reconstruction of a trading settlement from the period of Roman influence

– The Vistula River Museum in Tczew, dedicated to the history of Poland’s most significant river

– Shipwreck Conservation Centre in Tczew

– Żuławy Historical Park in Nowy Dwór Gdański.

And that’s just the beginning. The doors opened by the Metropolia+ package include the ones in the Diocesan Museum in Pelplin and the Former Cistercian Abbey – one of the best-preserved Cistercian monasteries in Europe.

With the Tourist Card, it’s easier to plan visits to these and many other places during your stay in the Tri-City, not to mention the savings on your tickets. And most importantly, thanks to the extensive offer, everyone’s a winner – from families with children to enthusiasts of Polish history and culture lovers. Aficionados of new technologies will also be satisfied – in addition to the traditional version of the card, it can also be used with the Visit Gdansk Tourist Card mobile application.

Both packages are available at affordable prices, with a 3 or 5 day options. For more details visit https://kartaturysty.pomorskie.travel.

Where to buy the Pomorskie Tourist Card

Pomorskie Tourist Information Center – Wyżynna Gate

Wały Jagiellońskie 2a, 80-887 Gdańsk
(+48 58 732 70 41)

Opening hours:

9:00-18:00 /7 days a week

Gdansk Tourist Information Center

Długi Targ 28/29. Gdańsk 80-830
(+48 58 301 43 55)

Godziny otwarcia: Opening hours:

may 9:00 – 17:00/7 days a week
june -august: 09:-19:00 /7 days a week
september – april: 09:00-17:00 /7 days a week

Tourist and Airport Information at Lech Walesa Airport

Słowackiego 210, Gdańsk 80-298
(+48 58 348 13 68)

Opening hours:

24h /7 days a week

Sopot Tourist Organisation- Tourist Information

Plac Zdrojowy 2, 81-720 Sopot
(+48 790 280 884)

Opening hours:

monday – friday  08:00-16:00
saturday – sunday 09:00-17:00

Sopot Tourist Organisation- Tourist Information

Dworcowa 4, 81-704 Sopot
(+48 733 535 205)

Opening hours:

7 days a week 09.00- 17.00

City Tourist Information

10-go Lutego 24, 81-364 Gdynia
tel: 728 424 729

Opening hours:

monday – friday: 8:00-16:00
saturday – sunday: closed




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