Monuments, excavations, lakes, rivers and forests – all this can be found in Kuyavia. The voivodeship has many attractions to offer, both for adults and children. If you are looking for an ideal place for a family holiday in Poland, a camping in Kuyavia will be a great choice.
A holiday in the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship is a good opportunity to learn about the diversity of the Polish cultural landscape. The region is made up of three smaller areas, each with its own unique character. The Chełmno Land is primarily Gothic architecture represented by Teutonic buildings. Kuyavia and Pałuki can boast Romanesque monuments constituting the heritage of the Piast dynasty, as well as archaeological finds, such as Neolithic cemeteries or the famous excavations of the Lusatian settlement in Biskupin. The Vistula Valley, on the other hand, impresses with characteristic elements of Dutch buildings, known as the Olęders buildings.
This region attracts not only with its cultural monuments, but also with nature. Bory Tucholskie, with nearly a thousand lakes, is in the lead in this respect. In the vicinity of water reservoirs, such as Zalew Koronowski, Gopło and Włocławski Reservoir, there are many holiday resorts, camps and marinas, and popular canoeing trips are organized on the Brda, Drwęca and Wda rivers. There are also three health resorts in Kujawy: Ciechocinek, Inowrocław and Wieniec-Zdrój. Among the larger cities, Bydgoszcz, Toruń, Chełmno, Grudziądz, Włocławek and Golub-Dobrzyń are the most popular among tourists.