Kujawy Pomerania Vacations
Warsaw, the national capital, is located 160 miles (257 kilometers) southeast of Kujawy Pomerania, while Gdansk lies 35 miles (56 kilometers) to the north.
If you’d like to have you’re horizons expanded in Kujawy Pomerania, make tracks to the Copernicus Museum and the Town Museum. Follow a local guide or take a self-guided tour, study the collections or just savor the peaceful spaces.
If you enjoy souvenir and fashion shopping, you’ll love the stores of the Old Market Square. See what locals buy and take home a few keepsakes to remind you of Kujawy Pomerania.
Whether you are looking to recharge your batteries, take a boat ride or just enjoy the sunlight shining on the water, the local lake named Lake Kamionkowskie is a great place to take a look at. Stroll along the water’s edge and listen to the birdsong or just relax in a little peace and quiet.
No trip to Kujawy Pomerania would be complete without seeing the furry, feathered and scaled inhabitants of Ogrod Fauny Polskiej Zoo. Check the website for special events and get informed about some of the zoo’s favorite animals.
For generations the private pleasure dome of this regions wealthiest, today, the gates to Kujawy Pomerania’s most stately home are open to all. The elegant Gronowo Palace embodies the very highest standards in design and craftsmanship of its time.
Kujawy Pomerania is one of those places that becomes a richer experience for those who prepared to explore a little deeper. The Rynek Staromiejski, The Rynek Staromiejski, the Exaltation of the Holy Cross Church and the Church of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist are all ideal places to finish your explorations into this fascinating destination.