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Geography and Climate in Gdynia

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Gdynia is a large port on the Baltic Sea, which grew after the First World War from a small fishing village. Gdynia, together with Sopot and Gdansk, is part of Trigorod, a large urban agglomeration stretching for many kilometers along the Gulf of Gdansk. Communication between these cities is carried out using special electric trains.

You can get to Gdynia from the nearest airport in Gdansk. The resort is also connected by rail with Warsaw and a number of other coastal cities in Poland. And the ferry connects Gdynia with Jastari and other resorts of the Hel spit throughout the summer season.

The climate in Gdynia is temperate continental with cool rainy summers and rather mild winters. The coldest months are January and February, when the temperature drops to -15 ° C. The beginning of spring is usually cold and windy, but gradually the weather becomes warmer. In summer, there are at least a couple of days with a temperature of +35 ° C, but on average the thermometer stays at around + 20 ... + 25 ° C. Sunny days are interspersed with cloudy and rainy days.

Time in Gdynia is 2 hours behind Moscow time.

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