Toruń

Toruń or not Toruń? That is the Question...

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The answer is 'YES!!!' and any visit to Poland is not complete without at least a day or two in the beautiful historic city of Toruń. With it's medieval center designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1997, the exquisitely detailed brick gothic architecture, cobblestone streets, gas lanterns and stained glass windows are like something straight out of a fairytale book. Coupled with its idyllic location on the Vistula river, the millennia-old gingerbread industry and its historic connections to the famed astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, we aren't surprised to hear that couple of days on an original itinerary has quickly turned into a pleasantly lazy week for some travellers. We are very happy to announce this new IYP city page and will be compiling its sights and sounds over the next month!  Stay tuned... 
Statue of famed astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, born and raised in Toruń, in the city's historic market square.
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