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Amber+ loyalty program in a new edition

This year, we invite drivers who regularly travel on our Motorway to the program, in which the prizes are tickets to selected tourist attractions in Pomerania, where you can feel and learn about the culture, history and traditions of our beautiful region on your own skin.

How does it work? Simply: you travel along the Motorway, collect kilometers and explore as a reward! The program is dedicated to drivers using the automatic payment of AmberGO (so it is worth joining) and using our AmberOne application – just register.

Each participant of the Amber+ program has access to an individual driver panel in the application, where the entire process of counting kilometers and sharing the reward happens automatically. A person who travels 500 kilometers of AmberOne has the opportunity to choose tickets to the place he likes the most. In the prize pool there are single and double tickets to:

  • Amber Museum in Gdańsk
  • Grodzisko Owidz
  • Kwidzyn Castle
  • Castle in Sztum
  • Malbork Castle
  • Kashubian Ethnographic Park in Wdzydze
  • Kashubian Museum in Kartuzy
  • Museum in Grudziądz
  • Granary “Blue Lamb” – Archaeological Museum in Gdańsk
  • Archaeological Open-Air Museum – Grodzisko in Sopot

We cordially invite travelers to visit these extremely interesting attractions. We would like to thank our Partners for their cooperation in Amber+.

For years, we have been implementing social programs, mainly in the field of road safety, nature protection and support for the development of local communities. Our intention is to enrich the scope of activity with activities promoting the culture, history and traditions of our beautiful region among tourists and residents.

Regulations of the Amber+ program [see].

Amber Museum in Gdańsk

Gdańsk deserves the title of the World Capital of Amber. For centuries, jewelry and utility items from amber have been made here. The extraordinary history of amber can be admired at a modern and multimedia exhibition in the Great Mill in the Old Town.


Owidz Hillfort

A visit to an early medieval settlement will provide an unforgettable experience. Looking under the Owidz roofs, you can learn about the history of the stronghold, ancient customs and the ancient world of Slavic gods.


Malbork Castle

The Teutonic Castle is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The number of 50,000 exhibits includes such valuable collections as, for example, one of the largest collections of medieval architectural elements in Europe, a unique collection of artistic amber products on a global scale, an impressive set of old weapons and armaments, or a rich collection of numismatics referring to the historical Malbork mints.


Kwidzyn Castle

The Museum in Kwidzyn, acting as a regional museum, since 1950 has been collecting, preserving, developing and exhibiting objects of cultural and natural heritage related to Powiśle.


Kashubian Ethnographic Park in Wdzydze

The over a hundred years old Museum is 22 hectares of area on the shores of Lake Gołuń built up with objects of regional architecture from the seventeenth century. Cottages, manors, school, forge, inns, windmills, churches, outbuildings and craft workshops – over 50 objects from Kashubia, Kociewie and Bory Tucholskie.


“Blue Lamb” in Gdansk

Granary “Blue Lamb” is a historic, seven-storey granary located on the Granary Island, whose history dates back to the sixteenth century and the oldest internal wooden elements come from 1360.


Castle in Sztum

The medieval Teutonic castle, located between Lake Sztum and Lake Barlewickie, in the past served as, among others,  the summer residence of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order.


Kashubian Museum in Kartuzy

The museum is an extremely attractive place, enchanting with its rich history and presentation of the cultural heritage of Kashubia. Here you can learn about fascinating issues related to literature, material culture, language, as well as the history and regional traditions of Kashubia.


Hillfort in Sopot

This charming open-air museum, i.e. an open-air museum, is the oldest monument of Sopot. It is located in a picturesque scenery of lush greenery and humming streams. The reconstructed buildings of the former stronghold are presented here: a hut, a gate and partly a palisade, i.e. a fence made of wooden piles.


Museum in Grudziądz

The museum with Benedictine diligence and patience cherishes the memory of what has passed, but will remain in the memory, accepting as its mission the protection of local heritage by collecting and securing monuments related to the history, culture, art and traditions of the inhabitants of Grudziądz and the Chełmno land.