There is a place in Poland where strong wind blows, air is pollution-free and sea is super clean. Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia or commonly known as Tricity is a metropolitan area of Pomeranian region. Filled with maritime ebb, very much non Polish architecture shaped by number of merchants over time, and Polish Solidarity strong national patriotic vibe, Gdansk is one of the places you can easily find yourself enjoying on a very different levels. It is especially magical during winter time with Christmas market offering lots of childish fun and not so childish grzaniec (hot wine). Though be careful walking down the seaside, which you can easily do from Gdansk to Sopot and further to Gdynia, requires very warm clothes on. Make sure to visit the pier in Sopot, the longest wooden pier in Europe measuring 511 m long and enjoy nice drink in a nearby restaurant. A peaceful view is worth the travel.