Powiats in Kujawsko-Pomorskie

The Kujawsko-Pomorskie Voivodeship in mid northern Poland is divided into 23 counties (powiats), including 4 municipal counties, and 19 rural counties. These are further divided into 144 communes (gminas).

A Powiat (pronounced povyat) is the second level of Polish administrative division, between Voivodships and Communes. As such it is roughly equivalent to counties or districts in the United Kingdom.

There is no official equivalent of the name in English.

Some of the towns in a Voivodship can be centres of more than one powiat. The reason is that in several cases the town itself and its surroundings form separate entities of administrative division.

This is usually the case for large Polish cities, but can also apply to several smaller towns.

Kujawsko-Pomorskie Coat of Arms

The 4 Municipal Counties are: –

Name Population
Bydgoszcz 358,614 
Name Population
Powiat Grudziądz  99,090 
Name Population
Toruń  206,619 
Name Population
Włocławek  118,432 

 

The 19 Powiats are: –

Name Population
Aleksandrowski  
Brodnicki  
Bydgoski  
Chełmiński  
Golubsko-dobrzyński  
Name Population
Grudziądzki  
Inowrocławski  
Lipnowski  
Mogileński  
Nakielski  
Name Population
Radziejowski  
Rypiński  
Sępoleński  
Świecki  
Toruński  
Name Population
Tucholski  
Wąbrzeski  
Włocławski  
Żniński  
   

 

Kujawsko-Pomorskie

Accommodation

The Kujawsko-Pomorskie region has every type of accommodation available from simple rooms to the grand hotels and everything in between.

Accommodation Kujawsko-Pomorskie

 

Regional Food

One of the delights of travelling is to sample the food of the part of the world you are visiting. Kujawsko-Pomorskie will not be a disappointment to your palette.

Regional Food Kujawsko-Pomorskie

Highlights

 

Powiats in Kujawsko-Pomorskie – Poland Travel Guide

Tatra Mountains in southern Poland