Tricity, Poland

PGE Arena in Gdańsk
Tricity Beltway
Fast Urban Railway
Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport
Passenger terminal at Gdańsk Airport

Metropolitan area in Pomeranian Voivodeship, Poland, consisting of three cities: Gdańsk, Gdynia, and Sopot, as well as minor towns in their vicinity.

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Pomeranian Voivodeship

Voivodeship, or province, in northwestern Poland.

Gdańsk, principal seaport of Poland since the Middle Ages and the capital of Pomeranian Voivodeship
Gdynia, one of Poland's three major seaports
Słupsk, the largest city in the west of the voivodeship
Tczew, the largest city in the ethnocultural region of Kociewie
Wejherowo, one of the main centres of the ethnocultural region of Kashubia
Starogard Gdański, the capital of Kociewie
Sopot, a resort and one of the three cities of the Tricity
Gdańsk seaport
Polpharma pharmaceutical company, in Starogard Gdański
Gdańsk University Faculty of Law, in Gdańsk-Przymorze
Main building, Gdańsk University of Technology
Gdańsk Medical University
Gdynia Maritime Academy
Dunes, Słowiński National Park
Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption, Pelplin
Malbork Castle, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
The Gothic New Gate in Słupsk
Neptune's Fountain and the Long Market in Gdańsk
Royal Chapel in Gdańsk
Museum of the National Anthem in Będomin
Pier in Sopot, the longest wooden pier in Europe
Road bridge in Tczew, built as the longest bridge in Europe in the mid-19th-century
Dar Pomorza in Gdynia
Seal Sanctuary in Hel

The Tricity urban area, consisting of Gdańsk, Gdynia and Sopot, is one of the main cultural, commercial and educational centres of Poland.

Pruszcz Gdański

Town in Pomerania, northern Poland with 26,834 inhabitants (2010).

Baroque rectory, now a public library
The sugar plant in Pruszcz Gdański
County office

Pruszcz Gdański is an industrial town neighbouring Gdańsk, part of the Tricity agglomeration.

Arka Gdynia

Polish professional football club, based in Gdynia, Poland, that plays in the Polish I liga.

Stadion GOSiR

Outside the Tricity, Arka has fan-clubs in all major cities and towns in the region, such as Tczew, Wejherowo, Braniewo and Kościerzyna for example, as well as fan-clubs in places further away such as Zakopane and Lublin Voivodeship, and even two fan-clubs in Germany set up by expatriate Arka fans, in Oberhausen and Stuttgart.

Szybka Kolej Miejska (Tricity)

'''PKP Szybka Kolej Miejska w Trójmieście Sp.

The map of SKM lines (including PKM)
Modern Newag Impuls near Wejherowo Śmiechowo station
Pesa Atribo leaving Gdańsk Brętowo station
Pesa Atribo SA136 interior
Full price 2017 tickets for less than 6km of travel. Top ticket is a single-use booklet type and bottom is a machine issued ticket for immediate use.
Ticket machines (with English, German and Polish language support) which are in use throughout the SKM system.
Changes in the number of passengers served annually between 1960 and 1990

z o.o. (Fast Urban Rail), or SKM''', is a railway transportation system in Poland's Tricity area (Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia), which also reaches Lębork (which is 59 km west of Gdynia), Kartuzy and Koscierzyna.


City on the Baltic coast of northern Poland.

A manuscript fragment featuring gyddanyzc
The largest medieval port crane in Europe, situated over the river Motława.
Excavated remains of 12th-century buildings in Gdańsk
Monument to defenders of Polish Gdańsk also commemorates the victims of the 1308 massacre carried out by the Teutonic Knights.
Apotheosis of Gdańsk by Izaak van den Blocke. The Vistula-borne trade of goods in Poland was the main source of prosperity during the city's Golden Age.
The Green Gate, inspired by the Antwerp City Hall, was built to serve as the formal residence of the Polish kings.
Gdańsk Town Hall, with its 83-metre spire, is one of the city's main landmarks.
Colorized photo, c. 1900, showing prewar roof of the Krantor crane (Brama Żuraw).
An aerial view of the historic city centre around 1920
A 1920s map of the city
The German battleship SMS Schleswig-Holstein firing at the Polish Military Transit Depot during the battle of Westerplatte in September 1939
Captured Polish defenders of the Polish Post Office in Danzig shortly before their trial and execution by the Wehrmacht.
Example of Dutch-style buildings rebuilt after the war: The Old Arsenal by Anthony van Obberghen, Jan Strakowski and Abraham van den Blocke, 1602–1605.
The Gdańsk Shipyard strike in 1980
UEFA Euro 2012 in Gdańsk
View of Gdańsk's Main Town from the Motława River (2012)
Royal Chapel of the Polish King – John III Sobieski was built in baroque style between 1678 and 1681 by Tylman van Gameren.
St. Mary's Church – the largest brick church in the world
Polish Post Office, site of the 1939 battle
Abbot's Palace in Oliwa
archeological Museum and Mariacka Gate
Museum of the Second World War, opened in 2017
Pesa Atribo of the PKP Fast Urban Railways (SKM) in Gdańsk
Gdańsk Lech Wałęsa Airport
Stadion Miejski
Ergo Arena
Gdańsk City Council composition from 2018
Gdańsk University of Technology
Gdańsk Medical University
Polish Baltic Philharmonic on the Motława river

The city is situated at the southern edge of Gdańsk Bay, in a conurbation with the city of Gdynia, the resort town of Sopot, and suburban communities; these form a metropolitan area called the Tricity (Trójmiasto), with a population of approximately 1.5 million.


City in northern Poland and a seaport on the Baltic Sea coast.

Medieval St. Michael Archangel Church is the oldest building in Gdynia
Gdynia Seaport in 1935
Museum of the Navy in Gdynia
MS Pilsudski in Gdynia, 1935
Soldiers of the German Wehrmacht tearing down the border crossing into Poland, 1 September 1939. The photo was taken in Kolibki district of Gdynia, next to the border with Zoppot.
Poles arrested by the Germans in Gdynia in September 1939
ORP Błyskawica, Polish destroyer which served in World War II, now a museum ship
Solidarity election rally in Gdynia, 1989
View from Kościuszko Square; Dar Pomorza on the left, Sea Towers on the right
Gdynia's main boardwalk in Orłowo
Open'er Festival in 2019
Municipal Stadium in Gdynia
National Rugby Stadium
Pesa Atribo SA133 of the Tricity Fast Urban Railways (SKM) departing from Gdynia
Gdynia Główna, the city's main railway station
Gdynia Maritime University in the building from 1937 as example of prewar Polish modern architecture.
Gdynia Courthouse by Zbigniew Karpiński, 1936
Headquarters of the Polish Navy
Piłsudski Avenue with modernist buildings
Plac Kaszubski, one of the main squares in the city
PLO Building designed by Roman Piotrowski
Krenski House, detail, by Zbigniew Kupiec

Gdynia is part of a conurbation with the spa town of Sopot, the city of Gdańsk, and suburban communities, which together form a metropolitan area called the Tricity (Trójmiasto) with around 1,000,000 inhabitants.


Seaside resort city in Pomerelia on the southern coast of the Baltic Sea in northern Poland, with a population of approximately 40,000.

Grodzisko in Sopot
Spanish Manor (Dwór Hiszpański), one of the 18th-century manors of the Przebendowski family
Sierakowski Mansion, a late 18th-century Polish manor house
Statue of Jean Georg Haffner
Church of the Saviour
Late 19th-century view of the Sopot Pier
Karlikowo Manor, place of stay of King John II Casimir of Poland in 1660, before demolition by the Germans in 1910
Pier in Sopot. The longest wooden pier in Europe, 450 metres from the edge of the shore, 650 m total.
German soldiers and custom officials reenact the removal of the Polish border crossing in Sopot in September 1939 for the purposes of Nazi German propaganda
The Sopot beach in the 1950s with the Grand Hotel in the background
Bohaterów Monte Cassino Street, the main pedestrian zone of Sopot
Sopot railway station
Ergo Arena is the main sports venue in Sopot
Grand Hotel in Sopot
View of the Sopot Pier from the surface
Sopot Lighthouse
Balneotherapy Centre
Dom Zdrojowy and garden
The "Crooked House"
State Gallery of Art in Sopot
Museum of Sopot
Sopocki Belwederek
Memorial stone to Danuta Siedzikówna
Beach in Sopot
Sheraton Sopot Hotel

The three cities together make up the metropolitan area of Tricity.

Lechia Gdańsk

Polish football club based in Gdańsk.

Lechia fans in Traugutta 29 during the Tricity Derby against Arka Gdynia, 25 April 2009.
Fans in the Stadion Gdańsk, 19 April 2016 against 	Pogoń Szczecin.
Lechia Gdańsk and Śląsk Wrocław fans during a "Friendship Match" on 24 August 2019. Flags in support of Śląsk Wrocław and Gryf Słupsk can be seen hanging alongside flags and banners showing support of Lechia Gdańsk.
Lechia, Śląsk and Wisła fans in 2010 while all three were part of the TKWM coalition.
A mural near the Traugatta 29 stadium during the TKWM coalition.
Stadion Gdańsk
Lechia Lwów (1909). Lechia Gdańsk have worn Lechia Lwów's green and white stripes for 2006/07, 2009/10, and continuously since 2015
Badge used by Lechia Gdansk on the 75th anniversary kits in 2020
This badge style has been used by Lechia Gdansk since 2016, with this photo being taken of the badge on the 2017–19 third shirt
The oldest banner that still features at Lechia Gdańsk games.
The "Władcy Północy" has been displayed at Lechia Gdańsk games since 2007.
Framed Lechia Gdańsk shirts worn throughout their history shown in the Lechia Gdańsk museum.
The shirt design used by OLG (1996), Lechia Gdańsk (1996–98), and LPG (1999–2000). Manufactured by Kelme, sponsored by Nata.§
The 2015–16 Lechia Gdańsk home shirt, manufactured by Sport-Saller, sponsored by Lotos.
The Polish Cups won by Lechia Gdańsk: 1983 (left) & 2019 (right).
Piotr Stokowiec (2018–2021) has managed the most games for Lechia in the Ekstraklasa with 121.
The badge used by Lechia Lwów in their later years.

The following season was a good season for the Tricity region with the 4 teams in the league from the region all finishing in the top 5 places.

Polish State Railways

Dominant railway operator in Poland.

One of the 10 newest electric locomotives Siemens ES64U4 in use by PKP since 2008
Wrocław Main Station
A steam engine of the Warsaw–Terespol railway, 1866
Gdańsk Główny is one of Poland's largest category A stations.
PKP headquarters in Wrocław
Dot matrix information board on a Polish PKP Intercity train from Berlin to Gdynia via Gdańsk
Railway connections by PKP Intercity and Polregio
A PKP Intercity ED250 New Pendolino at Wrocław Main Station
A PKP Cargo locomotive
Headquarters of the company in Warsaw on Targowa Street

It is a railway transportation service that originally functioned in Poland's Tricity area (Gdynia, Sopot and Gdańsk).

Bałtyk Gdynia

Polish football club from Gdynia.

The two Tricity derby rivals Lechia Gdańsk and Arka Gdynia are considered the most fierce.