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  • For those who feel better on land than on water, Bydgoszcz offers trips by a historical, hundred year old tram, Herbrand or Red eNka made in the 1960s. Those who like the atmosphere of Communist Poland will enjoy a ride by “Ogórek” (cucumber), which is our immortal bus Jelcz 043.

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    A little bench (designed by Michał Kubiak) of Marian Rejewski  – a famous mathematician and cryptologist, who contributed to the breaking of the code of the German cipher machine ”Enigma” during the Second World War. The monument is located on the corner of Gdańska and Śniadeckich.

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    The combined dance of light, water and music. Next to the Music District, only 10 min walk from the old town. Fountain has electronically controlled nozzles that move to the music. The ‘Water– Light–Sound’ multimedia shows take place in summer time everyday at 21.30 (in May/June only on Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays). The shows are accompanied by classical music.

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  • Ostromecko

    About 17 km from the city centre of Bydgoszcz, towards Dąbrowa Chełmińska, is the Ostromecko Palace and Park (9 Bydgoska Street).

  • Włocławek

    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.

  • Biskupin

    Żnin is a charming town, situated about 42 km from Bydgoszcz in the historical region of Pałuki, whose origins date back 750 years.

  • Inowrocław

    Inowrocław is a city situated in the centre of the region of Western Kuyavia, some 40 km from Bydgoszcz.

  • Grudziądz

    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.

  • Chełmno

    Chełmno is a picturesque town on the River Vistula stretching across nine hills, the capital of the historical Chełmno Land.

  • Toruń

    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.

  • Koronowo

    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.

  • 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.

  • Bydgoszcz is the capital of Kujawsko- Pomorskie Voivodeship and the eighth biggest city in Poland. It occupies part of the historical region of Kuyavia and is picturesquely located on the rivers Brda, Vistula, and the Bydgoszcz Canal.

    Bydgoszcz Tourist Guide

    Major motor roads, railways and waterways (international waterway E70) intersect in the area. Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport operates in the city (about 15 minutes from the city centre by bus). The city with its centuries-old traditions is a popular tourist destination thanks to its attractive location on the river and canals running through its centre. Bydgoszcz places growing emphasis on water, since the daily life, cultural, sports and business activities of the city take place
    in the immediate proximity of the River Brda... More in our guide :)

    Guide in the electronic version can be downloaded HERE


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    We would like to bring your attention to this year’s volleyball tournament that will commence on September 3, 2014 and will end on September 21, 2014. Apart from Bydgoszcz, the cities that will play host to world’s best teams are: Katowice, Łódź, Wrocław, Gdańsk, and Kraków.

  • Lemara, Bydgoszcz, fot. bci

    Lemara Barge, moored at the bank of Brda river, right next to the symbolic Bydgoszcz granaries, is a very unique place. It is both a technology monument and a symbol of a very important part in the history of Bydgoszcz.

  • One of the must-have photographs of one’s stay in Bydgoszcz is a photo at the “Deluge” Fountain, which stands in Kazimierz Wielki Park, in the proximity of Wolności Square. This impressive fountain, made by Ferdinand Lepcke, was erected on this site in 1904, in the then garden of the Bydgoszcz District Government.

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    The artist placed a composition referring to the Biblical Deluge in a huge pool made from red sandstone. In the middle is a group of people rising to a height of  6 metres, featuring a muscular man holding a languid woman, and a second woman lying dead at his feet with a child clinging to her. There are additional statues on the sides; one of them depicts a man fighting for his life with a snake wrapped around him, while another features a mother bear with a dead cub. The unique effect of the monument is created by the surface surrounding the fountain, made as a multicolour, ornamental mosaic with a motif of waves.

    This greatest work made by the artist had impressed spectators until 1943 as one of the biggest attractions of Bydgoszcz, and a popular site for taking photographs. Unfortunately, valuable sculptures were confiscated for war purposes. These days, thanks to the Social Committee for Rebuilding the Fountain established in 2004, the bronze, multi-figural statue has been faithfully restored. The rebuilt scene of the Biblical Deluge, placed in a renovated basin and surrounded by the restored mosaic, has once again become one of the most impressive and beautiful fountains in Poland.

  • Under the Eagle Hotel, Bydgoszcz, fot. bci

    "Under the Eagle" Hotel – an icon of turn of the century Bydgoszcz architecture. The richly decorated building, with eagle's wings over the facade, was designed by prominent architect from Bydgoszcz - Józef Święcicki.

  • Bydgoszcz Marina, fot. R.Sawicki

    Bydgoszcz Marina – located on Mill Island, completed in 2012. The building, designed by the design office APA Rokiccy, was already recognised by the architects environment – it is in the final of Life in Architecture competition.

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