Kwidzyn is located in the vicinity of the Miłosna forest complexes which are perfect for foot, bicycle, and equestrian tourism, thanks to the many paths and labelled tourist trails. The forested areas comprise a natural reserve, the “Kwidzyn Stipa” – a site of steppe vegetation.
The following marked tourist trails run through Kwidzyn: the Napoleon foot trail (coloured green), the Copernicus trail (red), the bicycle trail “Across the Lower Vistula Valley”, foot trails in Miłosna forests, and a canoe trail down the Liwa River which flows through Kwidzyn and neighbouring areas.
The town of Kwidzyn is also an important cultural and entertainment centre of the region. The numerous outdoor events in the summer, concerts, fests, and sports and recreational events encourage both locals and visitors to participate in the town’s daily life. Besides a cinema and a theatre stage featuring guest shows, the cultural life is stimulated by libraries, the Kwidzyn Cultural Centre, cultural associations and organisations, and musical bands. Younger people can spend their free time in of the many cafes and youth clubs.
The abundance of recreational sites and sports facilities complement the list of attractions – sports halls, a roofed swimming pool, a stadium with a sports-and-recreation complex. The Kwidzyn Sports and Recreation Centre organises and coordinates local initiatives for active leisure.
Kwidzyn is a green town filled with parks, and inhabited by young, energetic people; a tourist-friendly place fostering sustainable, ecologic growth, with ample cultural, entertainment, and leisure opportunities.
The most valuable monuments of Kwidzyn:
- the Cathedral and castle complex erected in the mid-14th Century,
- the defensive walls – remnants of 14th-Century Gothic bulwarks
- the District Palace
- the edifice of the Land Court
- the parish Church – a sacral structure constructed in 1846-1858
- the edifice of the Polish consulate in Germany – constructed in the late 19th Century
- the Post Office edifice – made of red brick echoing the English neo-Gothic style of the early 20th Century
- the Court edifice – neo-Gothic, built to English designs in the 2nd half of the 19th Century
- the Polish Gymnasium – erected in the 1st half of the 20th Century
- the Railway Station – neo-Gothic, from the early 20th Century
- the former barracks – a complex of neo-Gothic buildings
- the Granary – an imposing Baroque granary constructed of brick in 1742, with four floors and a loft.