The NATO Military Police Centre of Excellence is located in Bydgoszcz.
General information on Bydgoszcz can be found HERE.
Bydgoszcz, due to its favourable location and the development of transportation, is a fast-growing city. Modern air terminal operates national and international air destinations. The main railway line that runs through Bydgoszcz, connects Silesia with the Baltic seaports and what is more, the ongoing road investment will facilitate communications network within the country as well as with Europe.
Vintage wharf together with its thoroughly renovated granaries, constitute a distinctive symbol of the city but it also honours the past thus turning itself towards the future. Nowadays, in terms of the size, Bydgoszcz takes the 8th place in Poland with its 360 thousand inhabitants. More than 45 thousand students study at Bydgoszcz universities. Highly regarded experts, who seek innovation and modern management, develop and shape companies which create business as well as industry environment.
The Brda surroundings always teem with life as its boulevard and the Old Town itself abound with entertainment events. Teatr Polski in Bydgoszcz stages inventive performances, the Pomeranian Philharmonic organises outstanding concerts and the Opera Nova delights with its impressive programme which altogether mark their significance on the cultural map of Poland. Moreover, great and open-air concerts draw the attention of a considerable number of fans from the whole country.
A lot of modern sports facilities have been developed which resulted in the establishment of good conditions for organising competitions that attract sports celebrities. The city is mainly associated with such sports disciplines as speedway racing, athletics, volleyball or rowing.
Bydgoszcz is becoming a modern and functional metropolis, a crucial economy, sports, tourism as well as cultural centre.