Gdynia, Poland

In its early beginnings in the 10th century, Gdynia was a small fishing village. It became a major seaport in the early 20th century, fresh from World War I and the Polish-Soviet War, and today, business is booming, thanks to further port and city development and the economic and political liberalization of the 1980s and '90s. Explore Gdynia and see what this World Trade Center and Free Trade Zone is considered a gateway to Eastern Europe.