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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. Inowrocław has a population of over 75 thousand inhabitants and is located on two historic routes: the Piastowski Trail and the Amber Road linking the south of Europe with the Baltic Sea. The city’s history is rich and glorious, with the first written mention dating back to 1185.
A health resort with attractions including a beautiful 75-hectare park with the second largest salt graduation tower in Poland, the only structure in the shape of a polygon in the country. Combining a modern health resort infrastructure with a wide variety of spa services continues to ensure Inowrocław is visited by 26.000 people every year.
The park boasts picturesque scenery of floral carpets and palms where numerous concerts, exhibitions and other attractive outdoor events take place. This has helped Solanki Park to be recognised as one of the seven wonders of the kujawsko-pomorskie province, and to receive the prestigious ‘Odkrywca 2009’ award. In addition, the city offers beautiful monuments and facilities for interesting sports plus a good accommodation and catering infrastructure.
Located 40 km from the airport in Bydgoszcz enables convenient access to a great base for hikes into the nearer and further charming parts of the region. It is worth stopping here en-route to other interesting and old cities, such as Gniezno, Kruszwica, Strzelno and Biskupin or Licheń.