- This article is about the historical region in Poland. For the voivoidship, see Pomeranian Voivodship. For the state in Germany, see Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania.
Pomerania is a historical region in Poland. The far western part of it is a part of Germany.
- Bydgoszcz — one of the capitals often called "Little Berlin" because of the beautiful Art-Nouveau, Neo-Baroque and Eclecticist architecture
- Gdańsk — one of the old, beautiful European cities, right on the Baltic coast. Although it was destroyed in World War II, it has been perfectly rebuilt. The city is a good departure point to the many sea resorts along the north coast.
- Gdynia — a big city at the Back of Gdańsk with a sandy beach a huge harbour and of of the biggest aquariums in Europe
- Sopot — spa at the Baltic Coast
- Szczecin — one of the most important cities in Pomerania since the Middle Ages. An enormous harbour, monuments and old parks in the centre, museums, etc.
- Torun — one of the capitals of and after Kraków the city with the most sites to visit in Poland; famous for its son Nicolaus Copernicus and the its medival gingerbread called katarzynki
- Drawa National Park — national park protecting the widelife of the river Drawa
- Malbork Castle — a beautiful huge Brick Gothic castle, the largest one in Europe
- Słowiński National Park — national park at the sea with the biggest dunes in Europe
- Usedom — island in the Baltic Sea shared with Germany
- Wolin National Park — national park protecting the widelife of the Island Wolin
- Kołobrzeg — Spa city with wide beaches
- Świnoujście — Lovely city with many old villas next to German border
- Dźwirzyno — Small town with beaches and Resko lake
- Łeba — Baltic coast city popular among young people
- Go to the beach
- Go kayaking or sailing
- See Danish island of Bornholm, Copenhagen or Swedish cities of Karlskrona and Ystad.
- Rest in Bory Tucholskie Forest
- See dunes in Słowiński National Park
- Go partying in Łeba or Sopot
- See old villas in Świnoujście
- Walk from Świnoujście to German resort of Ahlbeck
Pomerania's one of the most Polish liberal places. There's a big gay scene in Three City (Gdańsk-Gdynia-Sopot) and moderate one in Szczecin, Toruń, Koszalin or Bydgoszcz. Kuyavia-Pomerania voivodeship's a bit more conservative. You can freely show your affection in big cities or Baltic sea beaches. There're annual pride marches (marsz równości) in Gdańsk, Bydgoszcz, Toruń, Koszalin and Szczecin.