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Bydgoszcz – a city in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province with architecture dating back to the end of the 18th and the 19th century. The must-see attractions are first of all the Old Town, 18th-century granaries located on the Brda river, Art Nouveau buildings of the Old Town dating back to the end of 19th and the beginning of 20th century. Wyspa Młyńska (Mill Island) is a beauty spot not many tourist know about. It is located in proximity of the Old Town. This is a magical place with a special atmosphere, perfect for walks.

Kościerzyna – this is the only place in Europe where two sanctuaries are located: the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Kościerzyna, Queen of the Family and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Sorrows. The town is also known to all people interested in history of railway. Here, at Towarowa Street 7, the only open-air railway museum in the northern Poland has been established. It is located in the area of the former 19th-century locomotive depot.

Brodnica – is a town which has significantly developed under the rule of the Teutonic Knights. Only ruins have remained of the 14th-century castle. The castle tower has remained. Today the castle cellar hosts exhibitions showing old blacksmith's workshops, tools and objects of everyday use, keys, jewellery.


Sierpc – a very interesting way of spending a weekend is visiting the Museum of Mazovian Village, located on the outskirts of the town. In this open-air museum consisting of 10 village cottages dating back to the end of the 19th and the beginning of 20th century not only can you see how life in Mazovia in the previous century looked like but you can also experience it.

Malbork – a town located on the Nogat river, the capital of the former Teutonic Order. The town is renowned first of all for its well-maintained 13th-century castle, which now has been adapted for the Castle Museum. The castle hosts numerous cultural, educational and entertainment events. Every year in September The Siege of Malbork takes place - an educational event based on the historical events of the Thirteen Years' War.


Kwidzyn – as a residence of the Teutonic Knights it was an important centre of power, culture and art in the Pomerania. The remains of the past glory of the settlement can be admired also today. The must-see attraction is the 14th-century castle - the former residence of the Teutonic authorities, nowadays a museum and a Gothic cathedral. Cultural events also attract tourists to Kwidzyn. In the summer the Kwidzyn Festival of Street Theatres is organised and in September - the International ANIMO Festival, an event devoted to animation, puppet theatre spectacles.

Chełmża – The Gothic Collegiate Cathedral - one of the most important antiques of the Pomerania region - majestically rises above the roofs of buildings. This is a Gothic church, reconstructed in the Baroque style in the end of 17th century. The place was so significant that it was visited by kings of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth: Władysław Jagiełło, Kazimierz Jagiellończyk, Zygmunt III Waza or Jan III Sobieski.

Toruń – a historic city in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Province. It has been a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1997. Medieval buildings can be admired in the whole Old Town. During the International Theatre Festival KONTAKT spectacles from whole Europe are presented. Among film festivals the International Film Festival "Tofifest" deserves special attention.

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– those eager to relax can choose one of 12 guarded bathing beaches. From the Town Hall - the Fisherman's House - we can admire the outstanding view of the surroundings and the Hel Peninsula. Other interesting attractions are "Hellerówka", the villa of general Heller, and the Natural History Museum of the Seaside Landscape Park. The Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary has one of the most beautiful stained glass windows in the world.

Stegna - a former fishing village, now a calm and enchanting resort located on the Vistula Spit, near the Gdańsk Bay. It is a perfect base for trips to Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot, Malbork, Elbląg and across the Vistula Lagoon to Frombork, Braniewo and Tolkmicko.

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