Although the beginning of September marks the end of the domestic tourist season in Poland, the so-called Golden Polish Autumn still offers a plethora of variuous cultural events. The weather in Bydgoszcz in September is generally quite pleasant (day temperatures 20-25 oC).


  • BZG Bydgoszcz - 11 km to the venue - Holiday Inn Hotel Bydgoszcz. How to get:

    • By bus. The bus stop is located on the right side of the terminal building.
    • By taxi.
  • POZ Poznan 135km from Bydgoszcz. How to get:
    • By bus.
    • By train.
  • GDN Gdansk 160km from Bydgoszcz. How to get:
    • By bus.
    • By train.
  • WAW Warsaw - country hub airport - 300km from Bydgoszcz. How to get:
    • By bus.
    • By train.


Bydgoszcz is the capital city of the kujawsko-pomorskie region with the the population of 358 thousand inhabitants, three state universities and sixteen other universities and colleges. It was granted municipal rights by king Casmir the Great in 1346 and has since grown to the rank of a dynamically developing economic centre. The city is home to many international businesses that deal with electrotechnical industry, telecommunications or banking: such as Nokia, Tyco Electronics, Atos Origin and JP Morgan Chase. It is also worth noting that 18th meridian East crosses right through the Old Market Square (Stary Rynek). Possibly, the place of most turistic value is the Mill Island witha number of museums, the proximity of the Opera house and the numerous festivals and concerts that take place in the amphitheatre making this place the cultural center of the city.

Old Town

Bydgoszcz Old Town was granted city rights in 1346, when the city was founded by King Casimir the Great. Its present-day buildings date back mainly to the 20th century. The oldest church in Bydgoszcz, the Cathedral of Saints Martin and Nicholas, is also located here in the Old Town


Bydgoszcz Canal

Bydgoszcz Canal was built in 1773-1774 as a part of the international waterway. It connects the Vistula River and the Odra River. The establishment of Bydgoszcz Canal has contributed to the dynamic development of the city.


Bydgoszcz Cathedral

Bydgoszcz Cathedral - was constructed in 1466-1502. The high altar painting is the most captivating piece both for the faithful as well as tourists.


Granaries on the Brda River

Granaries on the Brda River - they are the symbol of the city. They belong to one of the most recognized natural city logos. Once timber-framed landmarks in Poland, nowadays they belong to the Leon Wyczółkowski District Museum.


Mill Island

Mill Island - is the notable heart of Bydgoszcz. One of the most enchanting places in the city. Sights: water, bridges, old mills, red-brick buildings. They all reflect the atmosphere of this Bydgoszcz river island.


Museum of Soap and History of Dirt

Museum of Soap and History of Dirt - offers interactive time travel through the history of dirt and soap making, which has ties with Bydgoszcz.


Forest Park of Culture and Recreation

Forest Park of Culture and Recreation - Myślęcinek. One of the largest city parks and green areas in Poland. It covers an area of nearly 500 hectares of forests with hundred year old specimens of trees. Myślęcinek is excellently linked with the center of Bydgoszcz.





Toruń is famous for having one of the highest number of examples of Gothic art and architecture in Poland. Toruń was founded in the medieval times. The city is also abundant in various monuments and is famous for its gingerbread.




Biskupin settlement with fascinating wooden structures, dated by prof. Kostrzewski to 700 – 600 BC.



The construction of the castle in Gniew was started by the Teutonic Knights in 1282 and continued through the 14th  century. As the seat of the convent during the Order times, it was the main political centre of the commander.



Commander of the Teutonic Order, Siegfried von Feuchtwangen, moved his seat to Malbork in 1309. The castle became the capital of one of the most powerful states of the Baltic. Malbork was then transformed into a strongly fortified High Castle. It was surrounded by deep moats and several defensive walls. Representative rooms inside: the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Ann’s chapel beneath it. The latter became the burial site for the Grand Masters.



Gdańsk is Poland's principal seaport. The city lies on the southern bay of the Baltic Sea and together with two other cities forms a metropolitan area called the Tricity which approaches 1.4 million citizens. Gdańsk has its origins in the 980s when it was erected by Mieszko I of Poland. Prior to the 18th century it was the most rapidly growing city of Poland.



Golub-Dobrzyń is a small town of roughly 13 thousand inhabitants located by the Drwęca river in Kujawsko-Pomorskie region – about one-hour’s drive from Toruń and two-hours drive from Bydgoszcz. Historically, Golub-Dobrzyń was divided into two separate entities, Golub and Dobrzyń, separated by the river and they remained as such until mid-20th century. The local history is filled with traces of the Teutonic Order and Polish-Swedish Wars. Today, tourists can visit Golub-Dobrzyń Castle overlooking the city or Gothic Church of St. Catherine.


Tuchola Coniferous Forests

 One of the largest forest complexes in Poland. Far away from big city hustle. Here one can go on many kayaking trails on the Brda, Wda and other rivers.