You would be forgiven for thinking you were in Venice if you unexpectedly found yourself in this picturesque town, surrounded by two rivers, with over a 655 year old history. The most scenic way to see it is by following the tree-lined Old Canal.
The town centre exists for music and art. The Pomorska Philharmonic, Opera Nova, Theatre Polski and The Centre for Arts Exhibitions are but a few of the cultural institutions which organise the many concerts, performances, showcases and expositions which take place throughout the year.
The outskirts however are surrounded by lush green forests, which form the largest woodland area in Poland. Here you can also find protected and vast conservation areas which are now home to rare species of native flora and fauna.