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  • Opera Nova, bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    Although the opera house had been building for more than 30 years, the Opera Nova is one of the most modern theatres in Poland. The rich repertoire includes operas, ballets, operettas and musicals, concerts and performances.

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    According to TripAdvisor, Bydgoszcz is among ten best tourist destinations in Poland! TripAdvisor is one of world’s largest tourism-oriented websites. Its users rate the places, hotels, or restaurants they’ve visited. Based on their answers, TripAdvisor has prepared a list of ten Polish cities “chosen by the tourists” – as the slogan goes.

  • Węgliszek, Bydgoszcz

    Węgliszek came to Bydgoszcz together with Master Twardowski. He and his comrade Smołka were Master’s servants.

  • Archer Lady, Bydgoszcz

    In mid-October, 1910, the statue of  the Archer (pol. “Łuczniczka”) was unveiled.

  • Bydgoszcz Castle

    Centuries ago there was a cruel castellan named Karolus, who lived in a castle along with his beautuful daughter Angelika.

  • Master Twardowski, Bydgoszcz

    The sorcecer’s stay in our city was narrated by Józef Ignacy Krasicki in his novel „Mistrz Twardowski” (eng. Master Twardowski) published in 1840.

  • Master Twardowski, bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    Every day at 13.13 and 21.13, among the clouds of smoke and to the accompaniment of music, Master Twardowski appears in one of the windows of tenement house No. 15 in the Old Market Square. In this building, there was an inn "Gospoda Pod Zgorzelcem".

  • Casimir the Great Monument

    Casimir the Great Monument by Mariusz Białecki was unveiled in the New Market in the 660 anniversary of granting Bydgoszcz with civic rights by Casimir the Great. The monumental sculpture presents the king on a horse with the civic rights document from 19 April, 1346 in one hand and a sceptre in the other.

  • In the northern part of the city, just 5 km from the centre, there is the Forest Park of Culture and Recreation - Myślęcinek. One of the largest recreational complexes in Poland it covers an area of 830 ha, of which nearly 500 ha are forest areas hat include hundred year old specimens of deciduous trees.

    Myślęcinek Park | Bydgoszcz | ©visitbydgoszcz

    It is an area of very special natural, recreational and educational qualities.

    Close to the city centre

    Myślęcinek owes its attractiveness not only to natural conditions, but also to excellent transport links with the centre of Bydgoszcz; public transport buses: 84 and 52, and tram lines No. 1, 2 and 10.  We can visit the park by car by going over the bridge at the end of Gdańska St., past the Bydgoszcz City Stadium “Zawisza”

    Moving around the park is possible due to the services of vehicle stylised to look like an old train There used to be a very rare in Poland, Park Railway narrow-gauge train in Myślęcinek, unfortunately it burnt a few years ago. However now we can still enjoy a ride around the park thanks to this stylised for the train vehicle.

    Loop around the park begins near the bus stop (lines 52, 84), next to the ZOO entrance. All journey takes around 35-40 minutes. Price for children is 3zł, adults pay 5zł and children under the age of 3 go free.

    Nearby, youngsters can have some fun at the Amusement Park  with merry-go-rounds, slides, cabinets of mirrors, an inflatable palace, autodrome, mountain railway and Chinese plastic pool filled with balls.

    Zaginiony Świat | Bydgoszcz | Myślęcinek | atrakcje dla dzieci

    Park Rozrywki | Bydgoszcz | Myślęcinek | atrakcje dla dzieci

    You cannot miss the ZOO of Bydgoszcz.

    The Polish Fauna Garden, established in 1978, is the only one in Poland and quite unique In Europe which has the status of a specialized fauna garden. On the area of 14 hectares there are around 1000 animals representing species of Polish vertebrates, of which 62 are under total protection, as well as 92 exotic species. You can see here, for example, bisons, moose, brown bears, wolves, lynxes, wild cats, raccoon dogs, martens, badgers and many species of native birds. Kids are particularly invited to the Children's Zoo. The MINI-ZOO  gives children the opportunity to have some direct contact with the inhabitants of the garden - species which do not endanger the safety of visitors - mainly farm animals and ornamental birds. Worth seeing is also newly opened Aquarium and Terrarium, moreover, you can visit specially prepared room with numerous species of butterflies.

    The views in the park are splendid. Numerous water reservoirs  in the valley of the Stream of Myślęcinek encourage fans of fishing. Then you should go past the Horse Riding Centre with stables with stalls for 50 horses, a carriage house and indoor riding facilities. A hippodrome  enables the organization of numerous horse related competitions  and events; cart riding, jumping, horse riding shows, riding excursions and St. Hubert’s Festival – fox chase combined with a feast by the fire. The centre also organizes rides and, in winter, sleigh rides and hippotherapy for people with disabilities. Children and young people enjoy day camps, combined with riding. Accommodation and catering facilities are provided by the nearby "Palace" hotel.

    Encouraged by the beauty of the surrounding landscape young artists have decided to work outdoors. Their sculptures  can be admired throughout the park.

    Park Myślęcinek w Bydgoszczy

     ZOO w Myślęcinku | Bydgoszcz

    For active recreation lovers

    At the same time a diversified terrain, with many hilly slopes and a specially prepared skiing trail, promotes winter sports. The most popular place in winter is an illuminated artificial snow slope with a downhill trail of 170 m, a ski lift and a sport equipment rental establishment. Lessons of skiing are provided here by licenced ski instructors, as well as snowboarders. More and more popular is snow tubing – sliding from the hill’s top on special large pontoons, and snow painting - painting on the snow. Sports and leisure facilities include an ice skating rink with a skate’s rental (open in winter). Youth definitely enjoys visits to the wakepark. Additionally, Myślęcinek has one of the best in Poland tracks for extreme downhill biking, and a golf course that boasts of having the most scenic location in Poland!

    Myślęcinek Park | Bydgoszczwakepark | Bydgoszcz | Myślęcinek Park

    Nature first

    Moving along we will see the inhabitants’ favourite walking place– the Botanical Garden, which besides its recreational functions, primarily serves for educational purposes. Spread over 60 hectares it popularises various species of trees, shrubs, flowers - now 820, including 460 naturally occurring in the environment. A very spectacular place in the garden is its alpinarium, with a mountain stream, waterfall and a small lake. It presents the alpine flora that is typical for mountain areas, not only Polish, but also throughout Europe, North America and Asia. It includes generic clusters of plants, such as places of flourishing cherry, apple and magnolia trees, and complexes of plants that are thematically related, e.g. Biblical plants and a butterfly garden with plants that attract insects. A section of the garden has a botanical trail for the blind and visually impaired. It enables learning and recognition through direct touch of individual specimens, which also have labels in Braille.

    Another place that educates visitors about an important role of protecting the environment is the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Centre for Ecological Education. The Centre plays a significant role in the shaping of pro-ecological attitudes among the inhabitants of Bydgoszcz. Its actions are implemented through the creation of educational trails, numerous workshops, conferences and film shows.

    Myślęcinek is not just “green lungs” for Bydgoszcz, but a place that hosts picnics, festivals, concerts and competitions e.g. the annual May picnics, Spring Welcome and Farewell events, competitions for the Cup of the Polish Association of Dog Sledding Sports, Polish Championships…, and even IAAF World Cross Country Championships.

     

  • The city's coat of arms, Bydgoszcz

    The coat of arms of Bydgoszcz depicts a city gate with three towers, a raised portcullis and half-opened gate.

  • The Old Market Square, Bydgoszcz

    From the south towards the sea two brothers were wandering: Byd and Gost. They were passing by meadows, lakes, forests, hills, valleys and swamps...

  • Man crossing the River, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    Jerzy Kędziora is the author of this remarkable sculpture . "Man crossing the River" was unveiled on the 1st of May 2004 to commemorate the Polish entry into the European Union. The sculpture was placed on the ropes stretched between the banks of the Brda river and that is a phenomenon.

  • The Music District , Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    The Music District is one of the most interesting urban planning solutions of the city, and one of the most charming and quietest corners of Bydgoszcz. The main point of the district is the expansive Jan Kochanowski Park, full of statues of eminent composers, surrounded on all sides by great architecture and buildings housing institutions of culture.

  • Basilica of St. Vincent de Paul, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    St. Vincent de Paul Basilica Minor, built between 1925 and 1939, is the largest church in Bydgoszcz, and one of the largest in Poland. The Basilica is a monumental building designed by the Polish architect Adam Ballenstaedt and modeled on the Roman Pantheon.

  • Museum of Waterworks, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    The first Polish Museum of Waterworks located in Las Gdański water intake and Water Tower in Szwederowo district. The museum was established within the EU project "Environmental education based on historic buildings - pumps and water-tower", implemented under the Regional Operational Project for the years 2007 - 2013.

  • Church of the Poor Clares, Bydgoszcz, fot. R.Sawicki

    According to the generally applicable rules of the Middle Ages, the Poor Clares, Carmelite and Bernardine monasteries were located outside the city limits, outside the area bounded by the walls of the city, the branches of the Brda, Młynówka and the castle moats.

  • The Bydgoszcz Town Hall, fot. R.Sawicki

    The Bydgoszcz Town Hall is the heart of the city. Together with the town church (Fara), its walls and gates have always been one of the foundations of the medieval city. The current City Hall building also has a nearly 400-year-long history.

  • fot. R.Sawicki

    What connects Bydgoszcz with Dubrovnik, Stockholm or Cape Town? The 18th meridian east runs through these cities. Its exceptionality consists in the fact that it helped cartographers draw flat maps.

  • Bydgoszcz Convention BureauHow can we support you in organising a meeting in Bydgoszcz:

    * Consulting at planning an event (choosing a perfect venue from the vast array of conference centres, hotels, academic venues and unique venues, as well as right accommodation, at the right price)

    * Contact with local service providers (coordinating your site inspection, putting you in touch with all the right people and places)

    * Tourist information desk in the place of the meeting

    * Providing introduction to Bydgoszcz (promotional materials about the city, information on events and activities for your delegates and partners)

    * Promoting your event in the internet

    Contact us:

    ul. Batorego 2
    +48 52 340 45 50
    convention@visitbydgoszcz.pl
    www.visitbydgoszcz.pl

     

    -->> Event Venues in Bydgoszcz(pdf)

     

  • The secret of the mysterious ruins lay hidden in the Bydgoszcz Forest for fifty years. Only the older residents, remembering the times of the Second World War, knew that several kilometres from the operating chemical plant and newly developed industrial park, there was a place known for inhuman forced labour involving over 40,000 workers of the former DAG Fabrik Bromberg.

     

    Bydgoszcz | Exploseum MOB | fot. Wojciech WoźniakIn 2008, the decision was made to transform part of the area into a museum. Out of several hundred buildings that in 1939-1945 were part of a huge concern providing the Third Reich with nitroglycerin, trinitrotoluene and smokeless powder, a dozen or so were separated and connected by tunnels. They are created by two twin lines NGL – Betrieb, i.e. nitroglycerin production. One of them was designated as a museum – Exploseum, while the second one, as a permanent ruin, shows the mark left by time on the buildings and preserves their original look.

    A visit to the Exploseum provides extensive knowledge on military technology. A tour through its myriad, murky and concrete corridors will certainly be remembered for a long time.

    Exploseum | Bydgoszcz | atrakcje Exploseum | Bydgoszcz
    When: Exploseum is open from Tuesday to Sunday, between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm. Due to the unique nature of this place, children under the age of six are not admitted. Visiting is organized as guided tours and takes about two hours. Therefore, visits should be scheduled by phone. Werecommend wearing comfortable shoes. The facility welcomes disabled visitors.

    Where: The Museum is situated on the outskirts of the city, in Bydgoszcz Industrial Park. It can be easily accessed by car. Passing through the gate, you will see signs which will guide you to the destination. Tourist can also use public transport. Bus no. 68 runs twice a day to the Exploseum (before guided tours at 9:30 am and 12:30 pm). There is also  the possibility of self exploring Exploseum (without guide).

    NOTE! Before arriving at the Exploseum, please schedule the time of the visit by phone (tel. +48 883 366 056).

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