Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia

Maritime Economy Forum Gdynia

The Maritime Economy Forum is a modern platform for exchanging experience and knowledge, stimulating creative discussions and meetings of specialists from different branches of the maritime economy. This brings the focus of the Forum on practical considerations, which are relevant to business competitiveness and development of the maritime economy and Baltic ports.           

More: www.forum.gdynia.pl

          

Gdynia Film Festival

Gdynia Film Festival

The most important film event in Poland and the only one which promotes Polish cinematography on such a large scale. Every year, the latest Polish films compete for the Golden Lions award. The festival in Gdynia is primarily the showcase of Polish cinema - the best films of the year, the most influential filmmakers and vital topics. Here, modernity meets history: new generations of filmmakers are confronted with their masters, and new generations of critics reinterpret the classics of the Polish cinema.

Open’er Festival

Open’er Festival

The biggest music festival in Poland and one of the biggest festivals in Europe. Every year in Gdynia, one may listen to the brightest stars of world music, enjoy theatre performances or have a great time at the Silent Disco and other open-air events.

More: www.opener.pl

 

Sea Festival

Sea Festival 

Today’s Sea Festival is an event that follows the tradition of the Sea Festival from the times of the Second Polish Republic. The festival was held for the first time in 1932 in Gdynia, when it hosted more than 100,000 participants, including Ignacy Mościcki, the then president of the Polish Republic. The first Sea Festival was a large mass event of the Second Polish Republic that became such a great success that it entered the calendar of Polish public holidays. It was held every year until the outbreak of World War II.
 

Gdynia Urban School

Gdynia Urban School

The first edition of the two-day international conference was organised in 2016. It was co-organised by the Municipality of Gdynia, the Society of Polish Town Planners and the Committee for Spatial Economy and Regional Planning - Polish Academy of Sciences as well as Gdańsk University of Technology in cooperation with the International Society of City and Regional Planners (ISOCARP).