5 reasons to move to the Pomeranian region and enjoy life more

More and more people, especially young, decide to relocate. They search for a job, want to change their lives and start from the beginning or simply enroll into college in another city. There are at least 5 reasons for which it is worth to choose, out of all other polish regions, Pomerania.

More and more young people decide to relocate. They search for a job, want to change their lives and start from the beginning or simply enroll into college in another city. There are at least 5 reasons to choose Pomerania out of all other polish regions.

People, who face such an important decision as choosing their new place to live, have to consider multiple factors. They wonder whether the place they are planning to move will allow them to spread their wings and feel genuinely happy. So, how is it with the Pomeranian region?

1. Closeness of the sea and nature

Closeness of the Baltic Sea is one of the biggest advantage of Pomerania. As cliché as it may sound, a simple possibility of going for a walk on a beach, without making big plans and preparations, is a great thing. The sound of a sea has a really calming effect!

2. Atmosferic Tricity

Gdansk is not only the most famous of the region’s cities, but also the biggest… college city! Students can choose here out of the 15 state or private universities. In the ‘party town’ of Sopot one can find the most often photographed architectural object, so called ‘Crooked House’ (pol. Krzywy Domek). It shows up over 13k times on Instagram under the hashtag #krzywydomek! Gdynia, the 3rd of Tricity cities, every year wins a plebiscite for the best city to live in. The residents emphasize its wonderful public transportation network, wide quantity of bicycle paths and public medical care. More information on Tricity, you will find in our previous article: https://livemorepomerania.com/jak-zyje-sie-w-trojmiescie/

3. Dynamic Region

According to Indeks Millenium 2018 Ranking, Pomerania is the 3rd region listed as having the biggest innovative potential. This is due to the huge government support for scientific and research activities in this region.

Additionally, the Pomeranian labor market is developing dynamically too – over 24k people work for international companies in Tricity. Pomerania is a great choice for those who plan to work in sectors like IT, Accounting and Finance, Administration or Human Resources. Even undergraduate students and those who have just graduated can easily find work in their fields of interest.

4. Summer Festivals

Living in Pomerania is a great opportunity to take advantage of multiple music festivals.

Probably, there is no person in Poland who wouldn’t hear about the Opener Festival. World – class music stars who come to Gdynia Kosakowo and incredible atmosphere in the whole Tricity, are the best sign that summer has started for good. In Sopot, on the other hand, every year Polsat TV organizes TOPtrendy Festival. And last but not least, there is also international Sopot Festival, which started already in the 60s!

Younger audience will at no doubt find something for themselves –  there are also rock music festivals such as Gdansk Dzwiga Muze or Rock Legends Festival in Charlotta Valley (near the town of Slupsk).

Fans of more electronic sounds can’t miss Soundrive Festival. And those who fancy more artistic experiences should definitely attend Solidarity of Arts Festival.

Music concerts are also regularly organized in Energa Gdansk or Ergo Arena Stadiums. Already in the next few months we can hear performances of such artists as Sting & Shaggy or famous Polish singers like Dawid Podsiadlo and Sylwia Grzeszczak.

5. Pomeranian Castles that will take your breath away

Not only Gdansk is full of amazing monuments that delights every art and architecture amateur!

Visitors can also see other beautiful Pomeranian castles, eg. Malbork Castle (the biggest medieval castle in Europe) or Castle in Gniew. They both belong to the Gothic Castle Trail which is automobile touristic route of 12 castles from Gothic period. The trail leads through regions of Warmia, Masurian Lakes and Kashubia. Those who love abandoned places should visit ‘castle’ in Lapalice village – the never finished architectonical fantasy of eccentric entrepreneur.

The diversity of possibilities offered by theregion allows their residents to have a truly happy and fulfilled life and creates a space for self-development. If you live in Pomerania, you can more!

HDR image of medieval castle in Malbork at night with reflection in river

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