Toruń is one of the oldest cities in Poland, known for Mikołaj Kopernik, gingerbread and well-preserved Gothic architecture. It is rich in fascinating stories, numerous and beautiful monuments, as well as many spectacular cultural, sporting and entertainment events. Each year, over 2.4 million tourists visit Toruń from both home and abroad. Visitors are mainly attracted by the Old Town complex, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its advantages are also appreciated by 27,000 students.
Toruń is dynamically developing, offering great investment opportunities to entrepreneurs. The location of the city is particularly appreciated, since it is situated near important transportation routes, including the A1 motorway (North-South), a part of the emerging connection between Scandinavia and the region of the Mediterranean Sea. Transport is also supported by a well-established railway network, a civil airport accommodating small business aircraft, as well as the international airport in Bydgoszcz, which is located 50 km from the city.
Toruń is open to innovative and creative enterprises. The potential of companies is supported by active business environment institutions and the pro-investment policy of local authorities. The city is home to over 26,000 business entities and that number is constantly growing. The charm of the city and the friendly atmosphere make Toruń a good place to live, an attractive city for business and a great location for various leisure and holiday activities.