Best Places To Visit In Kujawsko-Pomorskie Poland

When traveling around Poland, the Kujawsko-Pomorskie region is often overlooked. Located in the north of the country, it doesn’t have direct access to the Baltic Sea, that’s why most tourists decide to go further up, to Gdansk or other coastal towns. There are many amazing places to visit in Kujawsko Pomorskie Poland though.

If you have enough time to travel to this beautiful province, don’t miss it. From the lovely towns to the unique Biskupin archeological site- the Cuiavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship has a lot to offer.

Here’s the map of the best places to visit in Kujawsko-Pomorskie that you can find in this post:

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Toruń

One of the most beautiful cities in Poland, Torun is known for 3 things: the gingerbreads, Mikolaj Kopernik (who discovered that the Sun is in the center of the Universe), and…. Radio Maryja. It’s the Polish Catholic radio station that is pretty controversial.

What tourists love about Torun is definitely a beautiful Old Town.

Take a walking tour around this lovely area and see the Leaning Tower, the Museum House of Nicolas Copernicus, and try local gingerbreads!

Bory Tucholskie

This UNESCO site is divided between Kujawsko Pomorskie and Pomorskie Voivodeships.

There are many hiking trails in this biosphere reserve, so it’s definitely a place worth visiting for the nature lovers.

Chełmno

This medieval town is probably one of the most romantic places in Poland.

Why? Because you can find relics of Saint Valentine in the Parish church in Chełmno.

Wander around the colorful Old Town, try some local food, and take photos of Chełmno from the above from the top of the Lookout Tower.

Archaeological Museum in Biskupin

That’s definitely one of the best places to visit in Kujawsko Pomorskie province!

The Archaeological Museum in Biskupin is a model of the ancient Slavic settlement from the 8th century BC.

Visitors have a chance to see how the ancestors of today’s Poles have been living in the past.

What’s interesting, the archeological site has been discovered at the beginning of the 20th century by local kids, who kept finding old items in the Biskupin lake.

Bydgoszcz

The biggest city in Kujawsko Pomorskie, Bydgoszcz is also considered by some the capital of the province. Others point Torun as the official capital.

It doesn’t matter which city is more important- all that matters is that both places are definitely worth visiting!

Bydgoszcz has a beautiful Old Town, interesting museums (f.e. The Museum of The Dirt and the Soap), and some amazing monuments like the cathedral.

This city is definitely one of the most vibrant places in the Cuiavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship.

Golub Castle

The medieval Teutonic castle is the second-most famous in Poland, after the castle in Malbork.

If you want to know what have been happening in the torture chamber, hunger dungeon, or penitential cells, visit Golub castle. You won’t regret it!

Inowrocław

One of the two famous spa towns in Kujawsko-Pomorskie, Inowrocław is a great place to travel if you want to relax.

Walk around the Solankowy Park and breathe the healthy, salty air in Tężnie Solankowe.

If you want to stay a bit longer, you can find many spa hotels in the town with treatments available.

Ciechocinek

Ciechocinek is one of the most famous spa towns in Poland.

Just like in Inowrocław, you can visit Tężnie Solankowe to breathe the salty air, walk around the park, and also drink local healing spring water.

Since Ciechocinek is a famous spa destination for a really long time, there are many beautiful monuments in the town that are worth seeing.

Radzyn Chelminski Castle

Another castle on our list of the best places to visit in Kujawsko Pomorskie province.

As you can see in the photo above, today you can only see the ruins of this medieval castle. It’s still a place worth visiting though, especially for history lovers.

Gopło Lake

It’s the largest lake in the Kujawsko-Pomorskie province.

Gopło has a great historical meaning. It’s where Goplanie- the West Slavic tribe is coming from. The nearby Kruszwica is where the legendary Prince Popiel has been eaten by mice.

Włocławek

One of the oldest cities in Poland, Włocławek is definitely worth visiting.

Take a long walk along the Vistula river and see the beautiful old town. Learn about Kujawsko-Pomorskie province in the Museum of Kujawy and Dobrzyn.

Finish up your day by trying local food. Polish pierogi are a must-try!

Grudziądz

This red Gothic city is absolutely amazing!

Visit Grudziądz, one of the most beautiful places in Kujawsko-Pomorskie province, to see the Old Town full of historical museums.

Learn about the stars in the Planetarium and Astronomical Observatory. If you are traveling with kids, be sure to visit Megapark.

Jurapark in Solec Kujawski

One of the best places to visit Kujawsko-Pomorskie for families traveling to Poland with kids.

It’s one of the biggest dinosaurs’ park in Europe. See 100+ real-size dinos in the forest, have fun in the amusement park, and watch a 5-D movie in the Jurapark’s cinema.

Wenecja

Did you know that there is a village called Venice (Wenecja) in Poland?

The main reason to go there is to visit the Narrow Gauge Railway Museum. It’s a place all the train lovers will definitely enjoy!

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