Attractions in the region

After arriving at the Bydgoszcz Airport, travelers can visit not only Bydgoszcz, but also a whole lot of interesting places in the region – from the historic Toruń, through health resorts in Inowrocław or Ciechocinek, to the natural beauty heritage of Bory Tucholskie.

Get to know Kuyavia and Pomerania and let yourself be enchanted!

  • Bydgoszcz tourist guide

    Did you know that the historic city center of Bydgoszcz is situated exactly on the 18th meridian of east longitude? Or that Bydgoszcz received city rights from King Casimir III the Great? Get all useful information, descriptions of interesting places, legends and curiosities that will allow you to explore the history of the biggest city in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.

    Get to know Bydgoszcz
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    The main attractions of the city

    Bydgoszcz is a city strongly associated with water. No wonder that the entire Old Town is beautifully flowed by the Brda River. Mill Island is a favorite place for meetings and walks in the very heart of the city. It is also a point from which it is worth starting a visit to so called Bydgoszcz Venice, as well as the TeH2O Water Industry and Crafts Trail, connecting the history of fifteen places inscribed in the space of the city lying on the Brda, Vistula and the Bydgoszcz Canal.

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  • City break in Bydgoszcz

    No time to plan? No problem. We have prepared a ready exemplary plan for your city break in Bydgoszcz. Experience an unforgettable weekend in Bydgoszcz - it's impossible to get bored here!

    City break in Bydgoszcz
  • Trip to Toruń

    Toruń is the hometown of Nicolaus Copernicus, one of the greatest astronomers of all time, as well as a place with a lot of attractions and monuments of international renown. Toruń is one of the best preserved medieval cities in terms of the number of monuments. Toruń's Old Town is a real pearl of Gothic architecture. In 1997, the Old Town Complex was inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. One of the symbols and the most frequently photographed objects of the city are the Leaning Tower as well as the ruins of the Teutonic Castle. However, Toruń is much more than monuments. It is a place that stimulates the imagination. After visiting the Nicolaus Copernicus House, it is worth going to the Planetarium or the Mill of Knowledge Center of Modernity. It is without any doubt one of the most outstanding cities in Poland, which makes it simply necessary to see it with your own eyes. While in Toruń, be sure to try delicious gingerbread!

    Get to know Toruń
  • Trip to Inowrocław

    Often called "the city on salt", Inowrocław is a town with a unique location. It is situated on huge deposits of salt, which are used for healing purposes. The unique microclimate prevents many diseases and illnesses. We invite you to the health resort of Inowrocław and take advantage of the rich spa and recreational offer.

    Get to know Inowrocław
  • Other attractions of Kuyavia and Pomerania

    The central location of the region in Poland and Europe was already used over 2,000 years ago, when the famous "amber route" ran through here and important cultural and commercial centers were established here. It is not without reason that one of the most important cities in the region is called the Cracow of the North. However, Kujawsko-Pomorskie is not only Bydgoszcz and Toruń, but also many other places worth visiting. Discover Chełmno - the city of lovers or picturesquely located Grudziądz and Włocławek. The Archaeological Museum in Biskupin is one of the largest and most recognizable archaeological reserves in Europe, and Ciechocinek and Inowrocław are among the most vital Polish health resorts.

    We invite you on a journey to Kuyavian-Pomeranian Constellations of Good Places!

    Constellations of Good Places
  • Transport

    Public transport covers the entire area of ​​the city and allows you to reach any place in the city in a quick and convenient way. Bydgoszcz has a developed bike rental system as part of the Bydgoszcz Agglomeration Bike and a scooter and electric scooter rental network: Lime/Blinkee.

    The Bydgoszcz Główna railway station is perfectly connected to the largest cities in the region. The journey to Toruń takes about 40 minutes, to Inowrocław about 30-40 minutes, and to Grudziądz takes about 1 hour and 20 minutes. The Panek CarSharing system also operates in the largest cities of the region.

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  • Recommended hotels

    Kujawsko-Pomorskie has a great hotel base, and travelers can choose from the offer of four- or five-star hotels, highly rated spa hotels, as well as cheap accommodation and inns.

    In the link below, we present hotels recommended by Bydgoszcz S.A. Airport. for the most enjoyable stay during a summer tour of the region.

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