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A 2-room flat in the center of Gdynia, in a tenement house with a lift. Opposite the restaurant and pub. Large room with a kitchenette, equipped with TV (cable TV), wardrobe, commander, 2 sleeping places. The second room has 3 places to sleep (one on a bunk bed). The kitchen has a fridge, microwave, stove, electric kettle, tableware. Bathroom with tub, toilet, washing machine. The apartment has internet.Cena from 190 PLN to 290 PLN per night depending on the number of people and length of stay. Please contact Tel. , in the Pomeranian Voivodeship, located on the Baltic Sea, on the Gdańsk Coast and the East Pomeranian Lake District. It is part of the Tri-City (together with Gdańsk and Sopot). It is one of the cities of the Gdańsk agglomeration. Gdynia was granted city rights on February 10, 1926. The impulse for the development of the city was the construction of the port, which was established to provide Poland with access to the maritime routes and naval base against the uncertain situation in the Free City of Gdansk. The rapid influx of people and dynamic development of the port meant that within a dozen or so years after the granting of city rights Gdynia from the fishing village was transformed into a city inhabited by 127 thousand. people (1939).