CIECHOCINEK It is situated in the centre of Poland on the left bank of the Vistula river, between Torun and Wloclawek. It has been world-famous health resort for more than 170 years. The biggest attractions in Ciechocinek are saline graduation towers built in XIX century. These three constructions of impressive size (the total length equals 1741m, height 16m) are made of wooden blocks and logs filled with dry blackthorn bushes. The presence of graduation towers, saline pool, numerous parks and green grounds as well as location of health resort in Vistula valley contributed to the creation of microclimate that is friendly for both people and nature. Main diseases to be treated:  mobility and rheumatic disorders, respiratory and circulatory system disorders, skin and female diseases, obesity Natural therapeutic resources used in medical treatment: Chlorine, sodium, iodine and bromine saline sources, and alkali and salts Facilities: sanatoriums and spa hospitals with physiotherapy centres, indoor brine pools and rehabilitation pools, 1,740 m twig towers releasing brine vapour serving as open-air inhalators, an outdoor thermal-brine pool. Attractions: concerts which are organized at the band shell in the park and at the concert hall, performances in the summer Spa Theatre, song festivals Facilities for disabled people: accommodation with roll in shower rooms, the outside surrounding areas very suitable for disabled people Location: 213 km from Warsaw