spa: lowland spa
lowland climate: moderately stimulating
height: 90 m above sea level
postal code: 88-100 Inowrocław
telephone area code: +48-52
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 Złotowo deposit.
Inowrocław bitter brine (34%) obtained by evaporation of brine.
The first brine baths were established in Inowrocław 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.
sanatoriums and spa hospitals with 1,544 beds.
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-Podkoziołek (a Mardi Grascelebration), Spring at the Brine Springs (a review of choirs), and Inowrocław Days in June, which are rich in artistic events.
in the town – 12th century 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 Łokietek Route, and Poet Jan Kasprowicz's Route.