The City of Bydgoszcz

The City of Bydgoszcz

Modernity in a traditional setting

Bydgoszcz - the capital of the kujawsko-pomorskie voivodeship, a city with three state universities and sixteen other universities and colleges. Since the time the city was granted municipal rights by king Casmir the Great in 1346, it has grown to the rank of a dynamically developing economic centre. The city is home to many international concerns that deal with the electrotechnical industry, telecommunications and banking, including Nokia, Tyco Electronics, Atos Origin and JP Morgan Chase.

Due to the fact that an airport with a modern passenger terminal is located just 3.5 km from the city centre, Bydgoszcz has excellent connections with other parts of Poland and Europe.

International Airport with regular flights to Germany, the UK, Ireland, Italy and the Ukraine 3,5 km from the City Center.

Direct connectivity to the main Polish highways

A well-restored old city center – the heart of Bydgoszcz

Shopping malls and a developed infrastructure for leisure and gastronomy

kwadrat city office bydgoszcz

2.5 hrs

by car to

Warsaw

1.5 hrs

by car to

Gdańsk

4.5 hrs

by car to

Poznań

2.0 hrs

by car to

Berlin

A very large amount of green areas with parks and river, many waterways and beautiful recreation areas

Modern leisure and sports facilities – among them a football stadium and a speedway arena

Well-developed public transport through buses, trams and railways

The cultural center of the region - well-known cultural events, cinemas, museums, galleries and music clubs

Modernity in a traditional setting