Comfortable buses and trams make moving around the city fast and pleasant. Worth mentioning is Bydgoszcz water tram which plies along the Brda river. Being a mean of public transport it is also a tourist attraction of the city.
travelling by plane
Owing to the International Airport one can easily get to Bydgoszcz by plane from various European cities. Airport is located only some 3 km away from the city centre which makes it easily accessible.
travelling by train
Bydgoszcz is also well connected within the railway system. Owing to direct trains one can easily reach Bydgoszcz from every major Polish and some European cities.
travelling by car
Bydgoszcz, located in the west-central Poland is conveniently connected with all the major cities of Poland. It is only 3 hrs away from Warsaw, 2 hrs from Gdańsk, and 6 hrs from Berlin.
In Bydgoszcz it is most convenient to do shopping at one of the popular shopping centres like: Focus Mall, Galeria Pomorska (Pomeranian Gallery) or Drukarnia (‘The Printers’) which are open 7 days a week till late evening.
Food & Drink
Even the most choosy food connoisseurs shall be satisfied with their culinary visits to the restaurants of Bydgoszcz where catering is diversified and sophisticated.
Traditional Polish cuisine is served in such locations as ‘Karczma Młyńska’ and ‘Ogniem i Mieczem’.
The sports infrastructure development facilitates the organization of many world-level sports events in Bydgoszcz. At the modernized City Stadium the 12th IAAF World Junior Championships in Athletics were held in 2008.
Culture & Art
Bydgoszcz, often called a city of music, is a significant cultural centre in Poland. The Pomeranian Philharmonic Hall, widely renowned for its perfect acoustics every year hosts famous musicians during the Bydgoszcz Music Festival and the Musica Antiqua Europae Orientalis Festival.