EBD 2020
Oficjalna strona turystyczna Bydgoszczy
  • pttk

    PTTK REGIONAL DEPARTMENT "SZLAK BRDY" st. Sienkiewicz 1 85-037 Bydgoszcz Tel: +48 602 239 253

  • The Ignacy Jan Paderewski International Airport is located only 3.5 km south of the exact centre of Bydgoszcz. One can get conveniently to the airport by the expressway S5 and the bus line no. 80, which connects the airport with bus and railway stations.

  • Main railway station in Bydgoszcz

    Each year, about 2 million passengers use the biggest railway station in the city – Bydgoszcz Główna.  Bydgoszcz has direct railway connections with the majority of big cities in Poland. The most frequent trains run to the Tri-City (Gdańsk-Sopot-Gdynia) (15 times a day) and to Warsaw (11 times).

  • Old In the voivodeship, Bydgoszcz is the most important stop of long-distance buses. From Bydgoszcz, one can get directly to Gdańsk, Warsaw, Poznań, Wrocław and Łódź. Ticket offices at the modernised PKS bus station in Jagiellońska Street are open on weekdays from 7.00 a.m. to 6.00 p.m., and at weekends from 10.30 a.m. to 6.00 p.m. After these hours, one can get a ticket from a bus driver.

  • Stylish old car in Bydoszcz, fot. R. Sawicki

    Two important roads run through Bydgoszcz: national 25 and national road no. 10. The first one assures convenient connection with Wrocław, Poznań, and the airport in Bydgoszcz. The other one links Bydgoszcz with Piła and Szczecin, and in the opposite direction – just like the national road no. 80 – with Toruń.

  • Przystań Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    Below there is a list of where you can rent a kayak, water bike etc.

  • Bydgioszcz, fot. R. SawickiIn Bydgoszcz, one can find over 1,200 taxis. Over 90% of them are within corporations. Mostly, the start charge is PLN 7.00 plus PLN 2.20 per each kilometre during the day. An hour stopover costs PLN 25.00. In case of travelling by taxi beyond the city limits, one can negotiate the price with the driver.

  • Bydgoszcz | Public Transport

    Almost 500,000 passengers make use of public transport every day in Bydgoszcz. Moving around Bydgoszcz is facilitated by 35 bus lines, 8 tram lines and 2 water tram lines.

  • ExploseumThe spatial character of the establishment resulted from aspiration to minimalise the explosion risk and effects. Several parts of the production process was divided into two separated small buildings. Technological links relied on underground tunnels. This was an example of production line. All of the buildings were situated on a different relief. Germans avoided build-up areas but the way out in every building was on different site. It was to prevent the chain reactions of destroying in case of explosion.

  • Bydgoszcz Musical Impressions, also known as an International Meeting of Young Musicians are the largest and the most important event organized by the Youth Centre „Palac Mlodziezy” held since 1977.

    Bydgoszcz Musical Impressions

    It gathers around 650 participants annually. During the last 34 years almost 35000 people from 34 different countries have taken part in it. These were youth music groups from several countries from Europe, Asia and America.

    The festival hosts choirs, orchestras, jazz bands, pop music bands, old music bands and folklore groups. As far as Polish groups are concerned they are always laureates of significant national contests and festivals. The main part of the festival is a competition in which the participants may apply for prestigious awards e.g. The Grand Prix for the best groups founded by the Minister of Culture and National Heritage. The regulatory obligation is to have one Polish piece in the repertoire. This adds to the popularization of Polish music literature   worldwide.

  • The Pomeranian Philharmonic that was established on 1 January 1953 is a true pride of the inhabitants of Bydgoszcz. It is not only a place of music, but culture in its wider meaning.


    Music FestivalBoth inside and outside the stately edifice of the Philharmonic we can admire numerous busts of composers, in the interiors there is a splendid collection of tapestries ordered by Andrzej Szwalbe from outstanding Polish artists, there also used to be a collection of 19th century pianos, but it has been moved to the Palace in Ostromecko. The Pomeranian Philharmonic is a place that hosts some of the oldest music festivals in Poland. One of them is theBydgoszcz Music Festival that has been held since 1963.

  • During your stay in Bydgoszcz, it’s worth finding time to try local specialties. There is something for everyone, including chocolates, goose meat, locally brewed beer, and bread with potatoes …

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