Dear Sir or Madam,
The rich history of Piotrków Trybunalski can be a source of pride for all Poles. The city is worth visiting, especially its lovely Old Town where many famous films were cast. We invite people interested in cultural and sporting events organised in Piotrków. Its excellent location makes the city and surrounding area a very good place for investments. I encourage you to get to know the city which in 2017 will be 800 years old.
- The lowest in Poland costs of starting economic activity
- Convenient location in the centre of Poland near to highways and express roads
- Suitable area for logistic investments
- Tradition and historical importance of the city
- Continuous development of individual enterprise
- Attractive landscape
- Prize partner contacts with European cities
There are cities... Piotrków Trybunalski is the only one
Don't delay. Invest here.
Welcome - Krzysztof Chojniak
Piotrków Trybunalski is the capital city of the Piotrkowski District. It is the second largest centre of industry, services, education and culture in the region. The city covers the area of 62.27 km2 and has over 77 thousand inhabitants. The most important advantage of Piotrków is its location in Central Poland, by the A-1 motorway running along the western border of the city. Piotrków is situated on the intersection point of significant national and international roads. Due to the advantageous location and one of the most important Polish railway lines running through the city, Piotrków became an ideal place for investments. In addition to good road and rail connections, the local airport with a 1,000-metre concrete runway for ‘air taxis’ increases the investment attractiveness of the city.
Convenient location and excellent road infrastructure and railway attract many investors to Piotrków, making the city one of the most important logistics centres in Poland in recent years.
Since the 13th century the city held knights reunions, general reunions of Polish nobility, the clergy synods, parliamentary debates and sessions of the Crown Tribunal – the first European Supreme Court in the Old Republic (1578-1793).
In Piotrków the descendants of Władysław Jagiełło started their reigns (they were chosen in royal elections). In 1404 Jagiełło himself confirmed the old privileges granted to the city. Here the great masters of the Teutonic Order paid their first homage to the rulers of Poland. Here, in 1493, Polish parliamentarism and democracy were born. At that time Piotrków was the second most important in terms of politics city of the Kingdom of Poland.
Piotrków is a multicultural city where one can admire marvellous architecture and sacral monuments. Among the noteworthy buildings are: Roman Catholic churches, an Orthodox church, the Evangelical-Augsburg church and a synagogue. The Old Town is particularly worth seeing: it is one of the most interesting complexes of old urban buildings in Central Poland and has a centrally located market and adjacent streets. This urban layout dates back to the mid-13th century. Some fragments of old fortifications survived until the present day. The most magnificent is in the facade of the former Dominican Sisters monastery by the Kościuszko Square, another at the Jesuit church and the third at the confluence of Krakowskie Przedmieście and Garncarska street, by the rectory of St. Jacob fara church.