Bydgoszcz is a city located in northern Poland, and more specifically on Kujawach where we can go to one of the many nature reserves occurring there: forest, floristic, ornithological, słonoroślowego or geomorphological. Few of us are aware of the fact that this is one of the largest Polish cities, and thus an important economic, cultural, academic, medical, military and sports. However, the biggest emphasis is there for the music, and she became famous Bydgoszcz Philharmonic Orchestra characteristic for the acoustics and modern opera. Bydgoszcz is also considered an important tourist resort. Not without reason, because Old Town is situated in the meanders of the Brda River, which bird represents a very interesting view. One gets the impression that it was one of the few places where urban living in harmony with nature. In Bydgoszcz, there are three Gothic churches, which is a must see in the plans of visitors. With dozens of houses and buildings from the period between the sixteenth and seventeenth century they are in traditional Polish heritage. However, as the biggest value of this city can be just water, which led to the creation of channels of hydraulic structures, embankments, wharves and cascades. Panorama cities is really impressive. If, however, we should create a list of mandatory places to visit, it would be placed on it: the Old Town, Downtown, the remains of the city walls, Mill Island, Old Bydgoszcz Canal and the lock city, though it still is not even half. In the register of monuments Bydgoszcz is until 226 objects!