• lowland spa 
  • lowland climate, moderately stimulating 
  • height 90 m above sea level 
  • postal code 88-100 Inowroclaw 
  • telephone area code +48-52

Tourist Information: PTTK, ul. Narutowicza 4, tel. +48 52 3576811

Main treatment areas: orthopaedic and post-traumatic disorders, digestive system diseases, heart diseases, rheumatic diseases.

Natural therapeutic resources: brine from the Solno mine, therapeutic mud from the Zlotowo deposit.

Spa industry: Inowroclaw bitter brine (34%) obtained by evaporation of brine.

Location: The first brine baths were established in Inowroclaw in the late 19th century. This historical capital of Western Kujawy lies on the Kujawska Upland. The spa, including the 50-hectare Zdrojowy Park, is a district of the town separated from the centre by a quiet villa estate.

Treatment facilities: sanatoriums and spa hospitals with 1,544 beds.

Available therapy: physiotherapy centres, three brine pools, a hospital-sanatorium pool, and a rehabilitation park.

Attractions and cultural events: these are held in the Zdrojowy Club, Nad Stawkiem Patients’ Club, and at the Town Theatre. The spa also has an art gallery. Regular events include Koza-Podkoziolek (a Mardi Gras celebration), Spring at the Brine Springs (a review of choirs), and Inowroclaw Days in June, which are rich in artistic events.

Sightseeing: in the town – 12th-century St Mary's Romanesque church and 13th-century Parish Church, market square with historical houses, museum with interesting archaeological and ethnographic collections. Attractive surrounding area with examples of Romanesque art.

Tourism and sports: 3 outdoor pools, Delfin indoor swimming pool, sports stadium, Sport and Recreation Centre (workout room, sauna, solarium). There are many hiking routes in the area, referring to the region’s history: the Piast Route, the King, Lokietek Route, and Poet Jan Kasprowicz’s Route.