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Due to the great number of tourists visiting Sopot ever year, the food industry is well established in Sopot with new restaurants and pubs opening each year. Historical records of inns date back as far as the middle centuries and possibly even to the times of the Roman Empire where there is considerable evidence that amber was mined around the Gdansk Gulf and then sold in the south, reaching as far as Rome . Nevertheless, there are places where you can view traces of this rich history in upper Sopot, as there are still visible remains of an old inn at Grosser Stern stemming from the beginning of the 20th century. The walk takes you by 23 Marca Street deep into the forest.
On the street called Niepodelglosci Avenue , there are remains of an old inn (Al. Niepodleglosci 801) dating from the mid centuries. It is barely visible since there is now a residential building with a small shop on the main floor making it difficult to guess an inn ever existed there. Most of the restaurants and pubs established their presence on the main street, known Heroes of Monte Cassino, however there are countless places all over the town.