Recent upgrades has made this a lively and modern center. It is, naturally, a touristic place. But if you can't have fun here, you can't have fun anywhere.
Monte Cassino, named after the famous WWII battle in Italy, is a diverse street, closed to traffic, and just fun to stroll. The outdoor cafes abound with people and pets. Great for people-watching. We were fortunate to be there when a stage was set up near the water and had our cappuccino while listening to an opera singer. On a... More
The main street of Sopot...but dont think its a shopping street. There are few smaller shops to get some food and drinks but most of all you will find places to eat and to drink here. Nice to have a walk and then sit down for some time.
During a sunny and warm day (if ever... ;-)) walking on this street is very relaxing and makes you in a good mood. Very croweded, it ends more or less into the beach.... have a look!
After arriving in Sopot, we headed on down to Monte Cassino street on our first night. I was surprised by the great atmosphere this street had, and was absolutely bustling with people. After travelling from Krakow, I was skeptical as to whether anything could match the stunning vibe in Old Square. Although this is a bit too crowded for my... More
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