Torun is one of the oldest cities in Poland, known thanks to Nicolous Copernicus, local gingerbread and well-preserved Gothic architecture. It abounds with fascinating stories, numerous and beautiful historical sites as well as many spectacular cultural, sports and entertainment events. Each year, Torun is visited by over 2.4 million tourists from Poland and abroad. Visitors are especially attracted by the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its attractiveness is also appreciated by students as over 27,000 of them are educated in Torun.
The city is developing dynamically, offering excellent conditions for businesses investments. What is particularly appreciated is the location of the city, close to important communication routes, including the A1 (North-South) motorway, which is a part of the constructed connection route between Scandinavia and the Mediterranean region. Transportation i salso facilitated by a well-developed railway network and a civil airport where small business planes can land as well as Bydgoszcz International Airport, which is located less tan 50 km away from Torun.
It is a city open to innovative and creative companies. The potential of enterprises is supported by thriving business environment institutions and the pro-investment policy of the authorities of Torun. More than 26,000 business entities have been located in the area and the number is constantly increasing.
The charm and friendly atmosphere of Torun make it a good place to live, an attractive city for business and undoubtedly the ideal location for active leisure and holidays.