The most Polish of all the cities on the Baltic coast. In the 20 years between the world wars, Poles built here a modern city that became the centre of Polish maritime life, and continued in this capacity until the outbreak of the Second World War. A shipyard and port for the Polish fleet were developed. Gdynia became a symbol of development and progress, and was always mentioned with pride. Today it belongs to the Tri-City conurbation and remains proof of the mastery of Polish engineers between the two world wars. The city offers modern infrastructure by beautiful sandy beaches. An ideal place to showcase modern and developing Poland, make use of this development, and draw from it something for yourself both during a business meeting and an incentive trip as a reward.