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Gdynia is one of the youngest Polish cities. Its port is the gateway to Poland and a landmark of Gdynia. The port of Gdynia ranks among the best in the Baltic region, as it is not only a cargo-handling facility but also an international business centre.

Gdynia also has four modern shipyards and is a major road, rail, and sea transport node, providing access to major European cities - in the near future also by air. He who comes to Gdynia can experience many of the advantages it offers, like the beautiful seaside location among woody hills; good roads, modern public transport that is friendly to the elderly, the disabled, as well as the environment; all services that determine the quality of life; broad cultural offer and excellent schools of national and international renown.
Gdynia is attractive owing to its rapid growth in virtually all areas and the unmatched dynamism of its citizens. Apart from the traditional industries that gave rise to the city, firms associated with the 21st century disciplines like IT or biotechnology have been booming. Gdynia has a well-developed business services sector - companies specialising in finance, consultancy, brokerage, R&D and data processing. Gdynia offers also beautiful, sandy beaches patrolled by lifeguards. The largest is in the city centre- close to the Marina, a mere five minutes on foot from the high street. It is beautiful, wide and golden, drenched in sunshine all day long, providing bathers or sunbathers with everything they might want, like the other beaches located at Orlowo, Redlowo, Oksywie, or Babie Doly. The latter has an additional attraction - the ruin of a World War II German torpedo launcher, 320 meters away from the shore. It is explored by those seeking adventure and history secrets.

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