The Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship covers the area surrounding the lower Vistula valley. Its most important cities are Bydgoszcz and Toruń, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, while the entire region is closely related to Poland's early history.
There is a large accumulation of objects related to Poland's material heritage throughout the region. His most important city is Toruń with a beautiful, gothic Old Town. It is also famous for gingerbread and as the birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus.
In turn, Bydgoszcz is a city that is just gaining popularity. The well-kept Old Town with half-timbered houses, numerous canals, parks and a unique arms factory converted into the Exploseum tourist route, unique in Europe, attract more and more tourists here.
In the Kuyavian-Pomeranian Voivodeship there are monuments important for the Polish heritage. These include the archaeological museum in Biskupin, the collegiate church and the Leaning Tower in Kruszwica identified with the place of death of the legendary King Popiel and the Romanesque monastery in Mogilno. The Piast Trail runs through the western part of the province.
In the Vistula valley relics of the Dutch settlement have survived, while in the whole province you can find Teutonic castles that have been preserved or remaining in ruins. The most famous of them is Golub-Dobrzyń. There are also spa resorts using brine waters in the region, of which Ciechocinek is the best known.