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1 Regional and local experiences on tourism accessibility. by Adam Banaszak Vice President of Regional Parliament of The Kujawsko-Pomorski Region, Poland Comune di Ponzano Veneto, Italy,

2 Kujawsko-Pomorskie Region Regional and local experiences on tourism accessibility - Comune di Ponzano Veneto, Italy,

3 ALWAYS ON THE WAY The location of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie Region makes that It is close to every part of Poland. It is within a three-hour drive from Warsaw, Olsztyn and Łódź. A trip to Gdańsk and Poznań takes even less time. The international airport in Bydgoszcz offers both domestic and international connections. The E-70 water trail connects Western and Easter Europe.

4 Ciechocinek and Inowrocław Ciechocinek and Inowrocław The Kujawsko-Pomorskie Region is the mecca for those seeking healthy regeneration, physical purification and biological balance. Ciechocinek and Inowrocław – the largest sources of brine in Europe. The iodine and ozone in the air work as an excellent balm to cure many illenesses. Regional and local experiences on tourism accessibility - Comune di Ponzano Veneto, Italy,

5 One of the goals of the shares of „St. Martin’s goose” is restoring the tradition of family dinner on Independence Day and other holidays, when the whole family gathers at the table.

6 Astrobazy were built in villages and small towns. Regional and local experiences on tourism accessibility - Comune di Ponzano Veneto, Italy,

7 Toruń- the seat of the regional government

8 Toruń is one of the oldest cities in Poland. The city is associated with: -Gothic buildings, -delicious gingerbread and -the famous astronomer – Nikolaus Copernicus.

9 In 1997 the medieval part of the city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 1997 the medieval part of the city was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In 2007 the Old Town in Toruń was added to the list of Seven Wonders of Poland. In 2007 the Old Town in Toruń was added to the list of Seven Wonders of Poland. National Geographic Polska rated the old town market and the Gothic town hall as one of the "30 Most Beautiful Places in the World." National Geographic Polska rated the old town market and the Gothic town hall as one of the "30 Most Beautiful Places in the World." In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Toruń as number one of the "Polish Cities Attractive for Business”. In 2010 Forbes magazine ranked Toruń as number one of the "Polish Cities Attractive for Business”. In 2009 it was listed as one of the "Best Cities to Live in Poland", in a ranking published by Przekrój. In 2009 it was listed as one of the "Best Cities to Live in Poland", in a ranking published by Przekrój.

10 The Artus Court was built in the years and is Toruń’s most splendind secular building. Since March 1, 1995, the newly restored rooms of the Court have hosted renowned artists, writers, and politicians. Many spectacular Polish and international events take place here. In the Great Room, hundreds of Toruń's citizens applauded the Nobel Prize winner Czesław Miłosz - poet, novelist, essayist, and translator, Tadeusz Różewicz - poet, prose writer and dramatist, the Toruń-born pianist Regina Smendzianka, pianist Janusz Olejniczak, pianist Rafał Blechacz, violin virtuoso Vadim Brodski, and many other eminent artists. Artus Court was also visited by several Polish presidents: Lech Wałęsa, Aleksander Kwaśniewski, Ryszard Kaczorowski, and Lech Kaczyński

11 The Toruń Chamber Orchestra The Toruń Chamber Orchestra give concerts mostly in Toruń, but music lovers from other cities know it very well –Orchestra take part in various cultural events. Orchestra also perform abroad and has given concerts in Belgium, Switzerland, Slovakia, Germany, Denmark, the UK, Italy, France, Belarus, China and Lithuania. Orchestra also perform abroad and has given concerts in Belgium, Switzerland, Slovakia, Germany, Denmark, the UK, Italy, France, Belarus, China and Lithuania.

12 Planetarium im. Władysława Dziewulskiego w Toruniu Toruń is equipped with a planetarium and an astonomical observatory (located is nearby community of Piwnice). The latter boasts the largest radio telescope in the Eastern part of Central Europe with a diameter of 32 m.

13 ZNAKI CZASU The Center of Contemporary Art opened in June 2008 is one of the most important cultural facilities of this kind in Poland. CoCA in Torun is the first completely newly built venue dedicated to contemporary art in Poland since 1939.

14 Toruń was candidate to the title of the European Capitals of Culture 2016 Toruń was candidate to the title of the European Capitals of Culture 2016.

15 Toruń is a town of opportunities, inspiring artistic explorations and exciting encounters with art.

16 TORUŃ the historic Old Town and modern galleries music from the past and new musical trends world cinema classics and pieces made by promising young filmmakers small artistic events and large-scale international festivals traditional painting and multimedia shows closed presentations and grand scale open-air events traditional and alternative theatre productions

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