Kujawsko Pomorskie region

Kujawsko-Pomorskie Region is situated in mid-northern Poland, between the two historic regions from which it takes its name Kujawy  and  Pomorze. It is the 10th largest of the 16 provinces in Poland. Its two main cities, serving as the province's joint capitals, are Bydgoszcz and Toruń

The two are very different in style, Torun is recognized as the World Heritage by UNESCO for its splendid Gothic architecture and Bydgoszcz could be called Art-Nuovo architecture masterpiece.  Torun is also know for Nicolaus Copernicus who was born there.  But for the foodies, gingerbread is going to be the reason to visit the city.

Adventure lovers can quest Tucholskie Forest including the National Park, one of the oldest Polish nature reserves.  And for those seeking relax and regeneration Ciechocinek is the destination.  Leisurely pace of life, spa and wellness treatments and graduation tower, which helps to heal respiratory problems, make it a good choice to invigorate yourself.

Worth seeing:

  • Bydgoszcz
  • The medieval city of Torun, birthplace of Nicholas Copernicus
  • Saline graduation towers in Ciechocinek
  • International Knight’s Tournament in Golub-Dobrzyn Castle
  • Tuchola Landscape Park
  • Biskupin prehistoric settlement

For more information visit official travel site

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