Bydgoszcz, being one of the largest cities in Poland, is an important commercial, industrial and transport hub Underrated by tourists until recently, today it tempts with a multitude of monuments, Art Nouveau architecture, and a picturesque location on the Brda River. It is worth spending at least two or three days visiting Bydgoszcz. Here is a piece of advice on what to see when in Bydgoszcz!
When visiting Bydgoszcz do not miss sites such as:
the Mill Island - a historic island in the center of Bydgoszcz, a popular recreational place surrounded by boulevards, with access to the city beach; Opera Nova - one of the most modern musical theaters in the whole country hosting the annual Bydgoszcz Opera Festival with opera bands from around the world; Granaries - old grain warehouses, located at 9 and 11 Grodzka Street, White Granary on the Mill Island, the Red Granary opposite the Mill Bridge and others; the Bydgoszcz Venice - a series of nineteenth-century tenement houses adjacent to the Młynówka River; Bydgoszcz Canal - a canal linking Bydgoszcz and Nakło established in 1773-1774, the oldest active artificial waterway in Poland, entered in its entirety into the register of objects of cultural heritage; Water Tower - one of the objects of the Museum of Water Supply, offering a unique panorama of Bydgoszcz; Bydgoszcz Water Tram - a public transport and tourist system operated by solar vessels sailing on the Brda River and the Bydgoszcz Canal; Sculptures - "Passing Through the River" and "Łuczniczka" (one of the symbols of Bydgoszcz).