Kujawsko–Pomorskie is the region situated in northern Part of central Poland. Kujawsko-Pomorskie region is unique in the whole of Poland as it is said to provide a double pleasure of sightseeing. Our region links two distinctive historical and geographical areas, located on both banks of the Vistula - the longest Polish river. Therefore everything is double. Starting from the name of the province itself through its capital cities to monuments of culture and attractions of nature. Bydgoszcz and Torun are the most important cities in the region. The region can be said to have a double cure at two renowned health resorts - Ciechocinek and Inowrocław. Monuments in brick are the product of the activities of the Teutonic Order in Chelmno, Brodnica, Golub-Dobrzyn, Swiecie, Grudziadz, Radzyn Chelminski and UNESCO World Heritage List Torun.The region is also famous of Biskupin, the pre-Slav village and many more tourist attractions. Add Central Poland to your travel plans.