Hotels in this area of Szczecin are situated within close vicinity to the Old Town area and the Castle on the western bank of the Odra River. Hotels in this area have a perfect location, whether you are coming as a tourist or have some business to do in Szczecin. The centre is an intriguing combination of Medieval houses and churches, along with some examples of newer (post-war or post-1990s) architecture.

  • Castle & Old Town
    The historical areas under the Castle Hill are called Podzamcze. This area is roughly in the middle of the northern and southern downtown areas. Hotels in this area of Szczecin will be especially appreciated by those of you travelling on holiday.
  • Northern Downtown
    This is probably the most important part of Szczecin. There is Rodla Square, with the Szczecin business centre situated tp the north of Zwyciestwa Square. You can also see the stellar layout of Grunwaldzki Square, which resembles Paris with its great Art Nouveau villas and also the areas near the vast Zeromski Park. Moreover, this is a good location for business-oriented hotels in Szczecin.
  • Southern Downtown
    These are the less-exposed areas south of Zwyciestwa Square and Wyszynski Avenue, to the north-west of the main railway station. There are remnants of several historical buildings and the old railway station. This is also a universally ideal location for hotels.

Near City Centre

There are not many good hotels near the centre of Szczecin. However, those situated in the south off the centre can be quite convenient, as they provide good connections with the railway and coach stations. Besides that, a hotel outside the very centre of Szczecin usually offers lower prices.

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  • South

Outside City Centre

Outside the centre, you can find some exceptional Szczecin hotels. Many of them provide fine service and top-quality rooms, while others are located close to the international routes, which can be very useful if you are only staying in Szczecin as a stop-over on your way to Germany or Pomerania. Besides that, many companies find it interesting to organise their conferences outside of Szczecin. If you choose to stay in the western end of Szczecin, an additional feature is the close proximity of the German border.

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  • West

Szczecin hotel market

In its past, Szczecin was the centre of the Pomerania and a reason for discord between the neighbouring states. It was a part of Poland only for a short period of its history, otherwise it was an important German port called Stettin. The city is in the north-western of Poland - open (like it has always been) to influences from Germany and Denmark. Though it is 60 kilometers from the seaside it was an important port in the estuary of the Odra River into the Baltic Sea. The city's significance as a port city has decreased, but it is still quite important as a business centre and is an interesting place to visit if you travel to Denmark or Eastern Germany (just 10 kilometres to the border). Furthermore you can travel to Denmark and Scandinavia by ferry leaving from Szczecin or the nearby Swinoujscie. To put it succinctly Szczecin hotels are quite nice. Szczecin is a reasonably popular place amongst tourists, but due to its history it is an interesting city to visit. There are many Szczecin hotels to cater for both tourists (especially groups from the neighbouring states) and business. There are few very modern hotels in Szczecin, but there is a good choice. The time when hotels are not easily bookable is the period when the NATO (Polish and international army forces are positioned near Szczecin and in the city) organizes trainings and meetings there. Information: Use StayPoland for sincere descriptions and for getting good prices for hotels in Szczecin. Book your Szczecin hotel with us and share your opinions with us later. We hope that you will be satisfied.

City Centre

The extensive and impressive centre reflects Bydgoszcz’s rich history. Old Town, historically located on three islands, is the oldest part of the district. Granaries, numerous canals and water flows have survived to this day and are a proof of the important role that the Brda River once played. North of the Old Town is Gdanska street, the city’s representative part with its eclectic burgher houses. To the right of Gdanska, villa-style architecture dominates following the garden-city convention. Going left of Gdanska you reach Bydgoszcz Glowna railway station. The north-east part of the centre is the base of higher education institutions, including Kazimierz Wielki University. Diversification of housing in the centre of Bydgoszcz means that monuments, culture institutions, numerous companies and hotels are situated within walking distance. Everyone can find a suitable hotel for themselves in Bydgoszcz.

  • Gdanska Street
    Gdanska street is a flagship of Bydgoszcz and one of the city’s main arteries. This part of the city is also the economic centre of the region with main offices and culture institutions headquartered in this area. Gdanska street stretches from the charming quay of the Brda River towards Myslecinek - the northern border of the city. The hotels situated near Gdanska street are among the city’s most prestigious ones. The street owes its unique character to its numerous eclectic burgher houses. At the junction of Gdanska and Dworcowa street rises the massive Pod Orlem Hotel, one of the city’s most representative buildings, as well as its longest functioning hotel. A stone’s throw from there, behind the Voivodship Office, is Kazimierz Wielki Park, a popular place to take a walk or partake in other leisure activities. Going along Gdanska street southwards you get to Rynek Starego Miasta (Old Town Square) and Wyspa Mlynska (Mill Island).
  • Jagiellonow Roundabout
    Rondo Jagiellonow/Jagiellonow roundabout is a major crossroads in the centre. Three streets: Jagiellonska, Bernardynska and 3 Maja intersect here. Going southwards the road leads directly to I.J. Paderewski Airport. Northwards it reaches an exclusive residential district. Collegium Medicum, as well as offices of the district authorities and the Voivodeship Office are also situated nearby. If you choose to stay in one of the hotels located in the immediate vicinity of Rondo Jagiellonow you will save time as the area is well-developed means of communication with other parts of Bydgoszcz. City Hotel, the second biggest hotel in Bydgoszcz, is situated near the roundabout.
  • Old Town
    The Old Town was built on three islands - Mlynska (Mill), Miejska (Municipal), and Zamkowa (Castle). The area is famous for its picturesque location on the banks of the Brda River, its numerous canals and revitalised boulevards. There are also several hotels located inside historic buildings. The most often photographed attractions in Bydgoszcz are the balancing sculpture “Crossing the river” suspended on a rope over the Brda River, the 18th century granaries and the modern structure of the BRE Bank. The building’s design was modelled after old granaries and quickly became one of the visual landmarks of the city. A view over the massive Opera Nova, a cultural and congress centre, stretches from Wyspa Mlynska (Mill Island), which is a popular place to take a walk. Dluga street is one of the main shopping streets in Bydgoszcz. Tourists who choose to stay in one of the Old Town’s hotels have easy access to Bydgoszcz and its main tourist attractions.
  • Railway District
    Dzielnica Kolejowa/Railway District, as its name suggests, is located near the PKP Bydgoszcz Glowna railway station. A promenade along Dworcowa street with many restaurants, pubs and shops leads directly to the station. Any hotel situated in this part of Bydgoszcz guarantees easy access both to the centre and to other parts of the city. The area’s housing is dense, Dworcowa street gets more beautiful with every passing year, but the houses from the end of the 19th and the beginning of the 20th century need renovation. The tram-building company PESA, which makes the popular SWING trams, is situated near the railway station. Hotels in this area guarantee good value for money. Bydgoszcz is one of the greenest cities in Poland. The northern part of the district borders with the recreational part of Bydgoszcz, where the large woods function as the lungs of the city.

The East

The eastern part of the city is mainly an extensive area of housing estates and production plants. An exceptional attraction is the Exploseum DAG Fabrik Bromberg, which is located on the premises of the ‘Zachem’ chemical plant. Exploseum is a specimen of the 3rd Reich industrial architecture with a vast underground tourist route. Wide arteries: Fordonska, Torunska and Wojska Polskiego lead to the city centre. The industrial character of the eastern districts of Bydgoszcz make hotels in this area particularly appealing to business travellers. It is not difficult to find a hotel in Bydgoszcz that is a good value for money.

    The North

    The northern part of the city consists mainly of green areas. The Zawisza housing estate is a well-developed area with large sports and recreation complex, including its own stadium. Osiedle Lesne is a dispersed housing estate which consists of blocks of flats, villas and detached houses. PKP Bydgoszcz Lesna railway station is situated right next to this housing estate. Further north are the green lungs of Bydgoszcz. A vast wooded area, including Myslecinek with its Lesny Park Kultury i Wypoczynku (Wooded Park of Culture and Leisure) as well as the neighbouring allotments make the area ideal for various recreational and sporting activities.The hotels in this part of Bydgoszcz offer diversified standards and usually many leisure options. Due to the attractive location a hotel in this part of Bydgoszcz is a good choice for active tourists regardless of their age.

      The South

      South of Bydgoszcz’s centre is the Ignacy Paderewski Airport, conveniently located around 3 km from the downtown area. Closer to the centre lie three housing estates: Szwederowo, Gorzyskowo, and Biedaszkowo. These housing estates are connected by the Ludwika Solskiego, Podgorna, ks. Ignacego Skorupki and Piekna streets as well as a ring road from the south. Henryk Dabrowski Park, which is a part of the green belt placed along Zbocze Bydgoskie (Bydgoszcz Hillside), separates the southern districts from the Old Town. A walking alley along the green belt makes it possible to admire a panorama of Bydgoszcz. Hotels located in the southern part of Bydgoszcz are attractive to everyone who wants to get to the centre and the airport quickly.

        The West

        The western part of the city consists of former settlements and estates incorporated into the limits of Bydgoszcz in the 1960s. The largest of them, Osowa Gora, consists of low detached houses. These are mainly marshy grounds marked out by peat bogs, small ponds and the old Kanal Bydgoski/Bydgoszcz Canal, a part of which between Wroclawska and Rondo Grunwaldzkie has been revitalised. Grunwaldzka, Nakielska and Nad Torem streets all lead to the centre. Alternatively you may use a convenient railway route.


          The district received its name from the town Fordon, which was incorporated into the limits of Bydgoszcz in 1973. It is the easternmost and the biggest housing estate in Bydgoszcz. Fordonska street leads to the centre as far as Rondo Jagiellonow (Jagiellonow Roundabout). Fordon is also connected with the centre through rail. A tram service will also operate between the district and the centre in the near future. Wzgorze Fordonskie (Fordon Hill) is an exceptional physical and geographical microregion with stunning panoramic views. Gora Szybownikow (Glider Pilots Mountain) was named in honour of the Glider School which used to be there. There is an Oncological Centre and a hotel right next to it in the Fordon district. Oncological treatments at the centre are provided to patients from the whole Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodship. Hotels in this area should be an interesting alternative to the ones located closer to the centre thanks to the natural beauty of the surroundings as well as easy access to the centre.

            Bydgoszcz hotel market

            Bydgoszcz attracts mainly business travellers. Nevertheless, the stream of tourists visiting the city is growing year after year. The hotel base is diversified. Accommodation is provided both by high standard and economy hotels. In comparison to cities such as Gdansk or Poznan, the hostel and apartment market is relatively underdeveloped. Hotels are accumulated mainly in the centre with easy access to any part of the city. The number of hotels thoroughly meets customer demand. However, if you wish to stay during sporting events, festivals and fairs it is recommended to book accommodation well in advance. Accommodation prices increase during important events. The high season lasts from May to September.


            The centre is an area of outstanding historic and cultural assets. Situated in the central-eastern part of the city, confined by the Motlawa River and the Dead Vistula, the district virtually teems with life. Hotels in this area belong to the most frequently selected ones by guests visiting Gdansk, mainly because of the large variety and range on offer as well as the abundant selection of local attractions. Well-known landmarks of the city such as Dwor Artusa or Pomnik Poleglych Stoczniowcow (Monument of the Fallen Shipyardsmen) adjoin with many equally unique monuments. Hotels in the centre and throughout Gdansk are easy to find for tourists and business guests alike. Off-season you can book accommodation in the very centre at a low rate. In the summer the prices are higher but it is still possible to find a bargain.
            • Main Town The gothic Saint Mary's Basilica, the largest brick temple in the world, towers over the Main Town. It is in this part of Gdansk that we will come across numerous sacral objects, city gates and towers, colourful merchant and burgher houses, some turned into hotels. To many, Gdansk is reminiscent of Dluga Street and Dlugi Targ Street, together forming Trakt Królewski (King's High Road), once paced by rulers' attendants. Today it is hard to believe that the old town of Gdansk suffered bitter damage during World War II , for it was meticulously restored to its original shape. Due to a large number of visitors in summertime, booking a hotel well in advance is worth considering.
            • Dlugie Ogrody & Olowianka Island Over its one-hundred-year history, Dlugie Ogrody (Long Gardens) took on various guises as a craftsman, trade and military district, only to end up as a housing and industrial area in our times. From the buildings facing the Motlawa there is a thrilling view of Długie Pobrzeże (the Long Bank). This part of the centre is dominated by modern architecture and the inhabitants of Gdansk tend to leave their vehicles in local parking lots and reach Dlugi Targ on foot. Although few monuments were preserved until today, the picturesque vicinity of the Main Town is the main appeal for tourists choosing local hotels for their stay. Gdansk, once the most powerful and rich Hanseatic cities in the region, continues to attracts swarms of tourists these days. Hotels on the Olowianka or on the banks of the Motlawa River provide unforgettable panoramic views.
            • Stare Przedmiescie Stare Przedmiescie was incorporated into Gdansk’s borders as early as the 14th century. It is a neighborhood less visited by tourists, even though its abundant in historic fortifications or churches. It is here in Stare Przedmiescie that the National Museum displays its priceless tryptic "Final Judgement" by Memling. W-Z Route, constructed after WW II, separated Stare Przedmiescie from the historic Main Town and pedestrians do not venture here in crowds. It is a perfect hotel location for the visitors interested in sightseeing around Gdansk on budget. Local hotels offer decent standards accompanied by moderate prices.
            • Dolne Miasto Dolne Miasto constitutes the south-eastern part of the centre of Gdansk. It is a housing district whose architecture is dominated by 19th-century buildings. The surrounding historic bastions create the strong character of Dolne Miasto. Hotels in this part of the centre of Gdansk are not numerous but have an asset in their closeness to the old town.
            • Granary Island Wyspa Spichrzow (Granary Island) emerged in 16th century after the canalisation of the New Motlawa River. The island, as its name suggests, gave home to many a granary throughout its history, and a few still survive today. During the heyday of Gdansk there were as many as 300 granaries in the area, some given humorous names such as the Skull or the Red Mouse. Hotels in this district of Gdansk are a good option for visitors interested in sightseeing, as all major attractions can be reached on foot. Wyspa Spichrzow now awaits brighter times, as many of the buildings have descended into ruin since wartime destruction. Nevertheless, soon new investments will see the light here which will bring the construction of new hotels. Gdansk still has many undeveloped areas, Wyspa Spichrzów is just one example.
            • Old Town The Old Town is the oldest part of Gdansk. It adjoins with Glowne Miasto, a real tourist magnet. The original Old Town architecture did not withstand the storm of WW II, yet some genuine architectural gems can still be admired here. Historic buildings rub shoulders with contemporary ones in this area, many of which now function as hotels. Thanks to a substantial investment in city development over recent years, new hotels have sprung up like mushrooms all over Gdansk. The Old Town is a comfortable location providing easy access not only to famous landmarks but also the railway stations and the main transportation arteries. Hotels in this very district is a perfect choice both for tourist and business travellers. Rabiechowo airport is situated 15 kilometres from the city centre which takes around 30 minutes by car to get reach.


            Gdansk is not only a city with a rich 1000-year history. It is also the seaside city with beautiful sandy beaches stretching for miles. Travellers seeking peace and quiet will find it in green Sobieszewo with its Ptasi Raj (Bird Paradise) nature reserve or in Stogi, situated in the eastern part of the city. The bathing beaches of Brzezno, Przymorze and Jelitkowo are situated between the Old Town and Sopot. They attract tourists interested in the wide choice of nearby restaurants, seaside bars and equipment rental companies. Bikers can enjoy a cycle lane stretching a dozen or so kilometres along the coastline, starting in Brzezno and leading towards the Sopot Pier. The map of Gdansk indicates 7 guarded beaches: Gdansk Sobieszewo, Gdansk Orle, Stogi, Molo and Dom Zdrojowy Gdansk Brzezno, Jelitkowo and Klipper Jelitkowo. Seaside hotels in Gdansk are very popular during the summer season, therefore it is recommended to choose a hotel well in advance.
            • Jelitkowo Jelitkowo is a seaside housing estate to the north of Gdansk, located right on the border with Sopot. The character of the place created through its sandy beaches, the surrounding flora, hotels and spa centres as well as dispersed building development. Hotels in Gdansk - Jelitkowo may be located right on the beach as well as within a few minutes' walk of it. It is a perfect place for a holiday stay at the seaside. Visitors should consider taking a bike as there is long bicycle route running along the beach from Sopot through Jelitkowo to as far as Brzezno.
            • Sobieszewo Hotels in Gdansk - Sobieszewo are situated in a quiet neighborhood, right at the mouth of the Vistula. To reach the beach on foot tourists have to cross the seaside green belt. Hotel bookings in this area are especially popular among tourists visiting Gdansk in the summer months. Sobieszewo is a former fishing and holiday village that is famous for its broad sandy beaches and its bird reserve. Hotels in Sobieszewo are a perfect choice for seaside holidaymakers, as it allows visitors to compromise relaxation in nature with sightseeing around the city. Reaching the centre by public transportation takes 30-40 minutes.
            • Brzezno Brzezno is a district which springs to life in the summer – it is then that beach goers from all over Poland are pulled in by the district's sandy beaches and its 130-metre pier. The adjoining Port Polnocny (Northern Port) boasts the arrival of sea-going ships of imposing dimensions, watching them from the beach is a one-of-a-kind opportunity. Hotels in this district of Gdansk allows a holiday relaxation by the beach with the active sightseeing opportunities of the Tricity. Hotels in Gdansk - Brzezno are also worth considering while looking for lodging outside the holiday season, due to exceptional price bargains.
            • Przymorze Przymorze is a housing estate located in the northern part of the city along Zatoka Gdanska. Blocks of flats built in the 1970s dominate the architectural style of the area. Przymorze is famous for the longest block of flats in Poland, nicknamed "falowiec", extending as far as 800 metres in length. Hotels in this part of town are a sensible option for those who want to exploit all attractions of Tricity: the beach and Gdansk - Oliwa remain within walking distance and it is quick and easy to access the Main City, Sopot and Gdynia by means of public transport. Hotels in Gdansk - Przymorze are somewhat cheaper in respect to those located in the centre.
            • Stogi The housing estates of Stogi are bounded from the east and the north by Las Miejski (City Woods) and from the west by meadows. They are also limited by Martwa Wisla (Dead Vistula) from the south and Zatoka Gdanska (Bay of Gdansk) from the north. Despite such apparent isolation, the living area is situated at a relatively small distance from the centre. In the summer the district teems with life, all thanks to its beautiful sandy Stogi beach. Right next to fish frying stands and a looping tram track there is a guarded beach where beachgoers have showers and change rooms at their disposal. The local curiosity is that a mere 15-minute walk away there is a naturists beach. City means of transportation quickly shuttle people from here both to the Main Town and to Westerplatte, which allows hotels located in this area to enjoy a great deal of tourist attention. Gdansk is famous for its clean beaches and due to the lack of buildings along the seaside strip, the beach in Stogi is one of the most charming in Tricity area.


            Oliwa's pastoral climate is testimony to the fact that Gdansk holds many surprises, also outside the strict centre area. The district, inhabited by the Cystercians since the 12th century, abounds in old villas and well-kept parks. Being situated close to Sopot is an extra advantage, which makes local hotels worth considering. For the people in quest for quiet and relaxation and those willing to sightsee the cathedral and listen to an organ concert a hotel in Gdansk - Oliwa is a perfect choice. Transportation options are manifold, including trains and buses, and the Rębiechowo airport is also situated nearby.


            Wrzeszcz is one of the most interesting parts of the city. Once mainly a villa district of Gdansk, it was here that the Noble prize winner Günter Grass was born. Taking a stroll around Wrzeszcz one can still come across stylish old villas as well as art nouveau town houses. The Technology University, with its numerous dormitories is scattered around the district, add some student spirit to the area. Hotels in Gdansk - Wrzeszcz afford good communication connection with other parts of the city. The district is intersected by the lively and loud Aleja Grunwaldzka (Grunwaldzka Avenue). Deviating from Grunwaldzka we will find charming and quiet living areas, including several hotels. Gdansk Wrzeszcz, a fast city train station, allows for quick transport both to the centre of Gdansk as well as to Oliwa, Sopot and Gdynia.


            Siedlce is a housing estate situated in the direct neighbourhood of the centre. Pre-war wooden architecture, typical of Siedlce, perished in the fire at the end of WW II. At present the district is populated with town houses from the 1950s rimming Kartuska street as well as blocks of flats characteristic of later times. Hotels in this district of Gdansk are willingly chosen by business travellers visiting the Tricity, mostly for their availability of numerous communication lines. Hotels in this location will also stand up to the expectations of tourists in search of cheaper alternative to the hotels in the centre of Gdansk.


            Suchanino is a housing district dominated by blocks of flats and single-family houses. Hotels in Gdansk - Suchanino are usually smaller and with average standards, which offer the proximity of the centre as well as tidy, well-equipped rooms for an affordable price. Those looking for lodging on a budget in a quiet neighbourhood should consider staying in this area.

            Mlyniska - Shipyard

            From the northern outskirts of the Old Town all through Mlyniska and Letnica and as far as Nowy Port, the cityscape of Gdansk is dominated by industrial areas, intertwined with housing estates. The cranes of the Stocznia Gdanska (Gdansk Shipyard) tower over Mlyniska. Hotels in this area of Gdansk are a comfortable solution for travellers professionally linked to the shipyard or the port, but also for passengers awaiting their ferry for football fans heading for a match at the PGE Arena. Hotels in this area may also be a cheap alternative for tourists and it only takes a few minutes by tram to reach the Main Town.


            Rudniki is an extensive yet scarcely populated district, dominated by the chimneys of Rafineria Gdanska (Gdansk Refinery). The district is intersected by Elblaska street, in the proximity of which almost all the local hotels are situated. Hotels in Gdansk - Rudniki are a good alternative for the people arriving to the city by car – parking places are easy to find and it is close to the exit road in the direction of Warsaw.


            Zaspa is a district of Gdansk located in the city's northern part. It is dominated by large-panel concrete blocks of flats, one of which was once inhabited by Lech Walesa and his family. Hotels in this area of Gdansk will satisfy those in search of economically priced lodging within sensible distance of the centre. An additional asset of this district is the proximity of the seaside and the beaches in Brzezno or Jelitkowo. Hotels in Zaspa are also relatively close to the PGE Arena in the Letnica district..


            Districts situated in the south of Gdansk, such as Chelm or Orunia, are mostly populated by apartment houses, in some areas also industrial buildings. Hotels in this area of Gdansk are often chosen by visitors who are just passing through Gdansk. Hotels at this location are worth considering if an affordable price is the priority. Reaching the centre from here is not a major problem.


            In the western part of Gdansk there are a few large housing districts, such as Bretowo, Kokoszki, Osowa or Jasien. Those are convenient localizations for guests who prefer to stay at a hotel near the airport. Hotels in the western part of Gdansk will also satisfy visitors travelling by car, as road number 7 provides a direct link to the centre of the city.

            Gdansk hotel market

            Despite a large number of accommodation facilities, during summer months hotels in Gdansk tackle with the problem of sleeping place shortage. Therefore, a holiday stay should be planned much in advance while keeping in mind that prices at hotels in the summer can be higher than those offered outside the holiday season. That is why it is sometimes worth considering staying in the districts a little farther from the centre, where even in the summer hotel prices can be quite inviting. Outside the holiday season it is much easier to obtain a dream accommodation – even higher standard hotels often offer attractive bargains.The hotel offer range in Gdansk is now very wide, allowing one to choose between all categories of hotels, including luxurious 4- and 5-star establishments. Although Gdansk is considered a tourist destination, it is just as often visited by business travellers. The wide accommodation offer of the city is furthermore enriched in strictly business-oriented hotels offering well-equipped conference and training rooms.

            Lagow hotel market

            Lagow is an ideal destination for everyone who is tired of hustle and bustle of the big city and would like to rest and relax in the open air. The village offers accommodation in numerous agritourist centres and guest houses. There are not many hotels here, but the number of the existing ones seems adequate for the local needs.

            Zlotoryja hotel market

            Zlotoryja is a town situated in southwest Poland, close to the border with the Czech Republic and Germany. Zlotoryja is mostly visited for its convenient location close to Road A4, which connects Wroclaw with Krakow and Katowice and the German border. Also, Zlotoryja is known as one of the oldest towns in Poland. Although the number of hotels in Zlotoryja is limited, finding comfortable, economical accommodation there should be relatively easy.

            Ryn hotel market

            The neighbourhood of Ryn is full of extraordinary tourist attractions – the town is situated in Masuria, a region famous for its abundant clean lakes and fascinating monuments. Hotels in Ryn and its surroundings guarantee a pleasant atmosphere and good opportunity to rest in a cosy room with all modern facilities. The guesthouses and holiday centres may be a good alternative to Ryn hotels. Please consider the options listed on STAYPOLAND. We have chosen them for you.


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