Your official city guide to Bydgoszcz

Bydgoszcz surroundings

We start our time travel. We will visit the ethnographic region of Pałuki. Its name originates from the bowlike hilly landscape, abounding in lakes and wetland meadows, that is steeped in ancient history and veiled in legends.   Bydgoszcz -...
It will be an adventure with the Vistula in the background. Its picturesque ribbon outlines our route and reveals picturesque views of the villages. It’s hard to believe that a brand new reality is so close to the city. Bydgoszcz - Strzelce -...
The biking trail that runs from Bydgoszcz to Koronowo is one of the most popular routes within the Bydgoszcz urban area. It’s not surprising when we consider its attractiveness and accessibility, even for beginners.   The trail is a...
About 17 km from the city centre of Bydgoszcz, towards Dąbrowa Chełmińska, is the Ostromecko Palace and Park (9 Bydgoska Street).
Charming Palace and Park Complex of Ostromecko is holding a unique collection of 19th century pianos. Instruments were manufactured all over Europe, also in Bydgoszcz, and one in the USA. Visitors to the exhibition will be charmed by two palaces,...
During hot summer days there are plenty of opportunities for chilling out on one of the many lakes that can be found in the Bydgoszcz area.
Koronowo is a town with a deep-rooted and rich history, situated in a picturesque valley of the River Brda, 25 km north of Bydgoszcz.Its defensive features as well as economic potential was noticed by the Cistercians.
Chełmno is a picturesque town on the River Vistula stretching across nine hills, the capital of the historical Chełmno Land.
Żnin is a charming town, situated about 42 km from Bydgoszcz in the historical region of Pałuki, whose origins date back 750 years.
Inowrocław is a city situated in the centre of the region of Western Kuyavia, some 40 km from Bydgoszcz.
Toruń is a city with a population of 200,000, situated on the River Vistula. The border of the two historical regions of Poland – Pomerania and Kuyavia – runs through the city. Toruń was founded by the Teutonic Knights in 1233.
Grudziądz sits on the right bank of the River Vistula, in the northern part of Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship. The city is a natural “gateway” to the Tuchola Forest, Chełmno Land and the Iława Lake District.
In the south-eastern part of Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship, on the River Vistula, we find Włocławek, a city that in the past was called the “capital of Kuyavia”, one of the oldest towns in Poland.
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