Let’s meet at the centre of Poland
Conferences, congresses, business sector meetings, important cultural events, and international sports events. Kujawsko-Pomorskie is not only the centre of Poland – it is also a centre of organised hospitality. Luxury hotels – modern and stylish – from Toruń Gothic to Bydgoszcz Art Nouveau, professional catering companies, scores of restaurants and clubs, diversity of regional and exquisite world cuisine dishes.
An abundant offer of accompanying events, forming the attractions of the entire region – historical cities and towns, interesting culture, beautiful nature and atmospheric health resorts – that’s our invitation.
Huge business centres unquestionably have their advantages and impressive flourish. However, conference organisers look for original places, of adequate size but not oppressive. Places, where na event radiates throughout the city and attracts the residents’ attention. Where a friendly urban space forms an excellent scenery for the event program.
The Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport in Bydgoszcz provides international connections thanks to, among other lines, Lufthansa linking the region with the biggest German airport in Frankfurt am Mein.
Bydgoszcz Airport is located in a convenient location in the central part of the kujawsko-pomorskie region in the area of the Bydgoszcz-Torun agglomeration, 3,5 km from the center of Bydgoszcz, 50 km from Torun, by the S5 and S10 expressways, near the A1 motorway.
Public access to the airport allows bus line no. 80, which connects the airport with the bus and train stations Moreover there is the night line no. N37. There is also a shuttle bus on route Torun-Bydgoszcz Airport-Torun, which is an attractive alternative to commuting by your own car or taxi. There is a car park for 258 cars, a stop for 4 to 8 days is at a promotional price of 70 PLN.
Currently Bydgoszcz Airport offers a wide range of international scheduled flights including Ryanair flights to London Luton, London Stansted, Birmingham, Dublin, Dusseldorf and Glasgow, PLL LOT flights to Lviv and Kiev and daily Lufthansa flights on the Bydgoszcz-Frankfurt-Bydgoszcz route, which give more than 200 possibilities to continue the journey.
At the airport there is a commercial zone including shops, bar, restaurant and children's corner. For the most demanding passengers at the airport there is a comfortable area of the Business Executive Lounge, in which you can wait in the calm atmosphere for boarding or to welcome the arriving guests.
For more information, please visit our website: www.bzg.aero
1 Paderewskiego st.
86-005 Biale Blota
Phone: +48 52 365 47 00
Fax: +48 52 365 46 19
Bydgoszcz Convention Bureau
The city on the Brda River excellently makes use of its potential and convenient location at an intersection of important roads, railways and waterways, and the Bydgoszcz Airport provides comfortable connections for businesspeople and development of international contacts. The Opera Nova Congress Centre is located right by the Mill Island, in the very heart of Bydgoszcz, and is the city’s distinct architectural hallmark. The spacious and state-of-the-art edifice facilitates organisation of meetings for up to 1,500 people. Popular are events organised at postindustrial facilities, e.g. the atmospheric rooms of the Waterworks Museum. One can also rent rooms of the Polski Theatre, the Pomeranian Philharmonic, and the Art Nouveau interiors of the MCK Municipal Culture Centre. A new facility on the map of Bydgoszcz is the CTW Trade and Exposition Centre located in the immediate neighbourhood of the city’s recreational areas of the Forest Culture and Leisure Park in Myślęcinek. The meeting organisation offer of Bydgoszcz includes also sports and entertainment halls and high standard business hotels with conference facilities.
ul. Batorego 2
+48 52 340 45 50
Toruń Convention Bureau
Crowds of tourists visiting Toruń declare that they will return here eagerly. Aware of its beauty and value, the city offers many reasons for return visits. By combining business contacts and participation in conferences with abundant forms of entertainment and activity, the city understands the needs of domestic and foreign professional event organisers. Toruń is full of atmospheric hotels with comfortable small rooms as well as rooms for up to 500 people. To people looking for peculiar meeting places the city offers rooms in the 19th-century Toruń Fortress. New opportunities are provided by the impressive CKK Jordanki Culture and Congress Centre, designed by world-famous architect Fernando Menis, which has a hall for 1,000 people. The city has excellent transport connections with Warsaw, Łódź, Poznań, Gdańsk, and Bydgoszcz. It is an alternative to large conference centres in Poland. A meeting in a Gothic city with the UNESCO List entered Old Town … makes a big difference!