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A convenient location of Bydgoszcz along with a constantly expanding transportation network make it a dynamically developing city.



There is no city in northern Poland that could rival Toruń - the city that has been registered on the UNESCO International Heritage List.

The District of Tuchola


The District of Tuchola  Captivating with its untouched beauty, it is a place to explore and a world to discover.



Żnin is situated in the south-western part of the kujawsko-pomorskie province, between Bydgoszcz and Gniezno.



Kruszwica, known as the legendary capital of Poland is located in the kujawsko-pomorskie province, in the west part of Kuyavia, in Inowrocław County. It is a charming small town and an important tourist centre of the region.



A Mecca for sunbathers, sailors, anglers and mushroom pickers.



Inowrocław is located in the centre of Poland in an area rich in underground salt beds. The city has much to offer to residents and visitors.



[start]Chełmża is an important tourist centre of the Toruń county. In 2001 Chełmża celebrated the 750th anniversary of receiving civic rights. It was a great opportunity to remind the town of its history, about its culture, sport and tourism, plus promote its developmental potential.It is the former capital of the Chełmno diocese (1243-1824) documented as early as 1222 with the name ‘Łoza’. City rights were granted in 1251 and, until the beginning of the 19th c., it was known primarily as a bishop’s town.
Toruń county Chełmża became the third biggest town of the former Chełmno land. The medieval urban development with the Neo-Gothic town hall in the centre has been retained to today. At the turn of the 20th century transport and local industry developed. With this introduction we invite tourist to visit and investors to put their economic hopes and plans in Chełmża. Visit Chełmża to experience it all yourself.



[start]The town of Chełmno sits picturesquely on the nine hills of the Chełmno High Plains. It is the former capital of Chełmno Land, first mentioned in 1065. An early medieval settlement trading with Kałdus on St. Lawrence’s Hill (4 km from the present town) and the town of Starogród - the first seat of the Teutonic Commanders.

Chełmno provides visitors with a wide range of well-preserved buildings and interesting artifacts dating throughout periods since the Middle Ages. Highlights include the completely preserved grid-shaped structure of the ancient town centre with its 2,270 m long medieval wall. One of the most impressive examples of defensive architecture in Europe.

The Foundation Charter or so-called ‘Chełmno Rights’ were bestowed on Chełmno by the Teutonic Knights’ Order in 1233.

Additional attractions include the Gothic- Renaissance City Hall - one of the gems of the Pomeranian Renaissance, and the six Gothic churches dating to the 13th and 14th centuries. In 2005, the Old Town area was given another facet of significance by being put on the List of Historic Monuments by the President of the Republic of Poland.

Chełmno is also known as the ‘City of Lovers’ due to the fact that relics of St. Valentine have been housed in the parish church for centuries.




Brodnica.One the most beautiful towns in Poland.Located in the north-east of the kujawsko-pomorskie province.