The area is characterised by the valley of the majestic River Vistula, whose banks frame a territory cloaked in history, art and natural beauty. All visitors can find a reason to fall in love with Kujavia-Pomerania. Outdoors types of people are sure to enjoy the infinite opportunities for hiking, cycling and horseback riding offered in the area, while culture vultures will be stunned by the wealth of Medieval art and architecture of this romantic region. Archaeology buffs should not miss Biskupin, the pre-Slav village also known as the Polish Pompeii, magnificently preserved. Foodies will not be disappointed, either. Visitors can explore local delicacies at the renowned festival of flavour held annually in Gruczno. Visitors can taste many specialities from the whole region among which superior local honey, wines, preserved pork products and the famous plum jams. Our Kujavia-Pomerania accommodation represented the most comfortable base-camp for all explorations.
Our top range self catering Kujavia-Pomerania accommodation allows visitors to explore this stunning region with maximum freedom. Torua Old Town, the seat of the regional government and home to one of the most ancient Polish Universities, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site thanks to it's stunning Gothic architecture. Outside of Torua, other towns and settlements offer memorable visitor experiences. being a melting pot of Germanic and Slavic cultures, the region offers magnificent examples of both. Golub-Dobrzya is a fine and remarkably well-preserved specimen of Teutonic castle and well worth of a few hours' visit. There's the possibility of exploring more of Poland too and the best option to do so is no doubt given by our superior holiday homes in Kujavia-Pomerania. From here you can explore the neighbouring regions of Lodz, the Lubusz Province and Podlachia as well as the nearby and very popular Polish city of Poznań.