Kostrzyn nad Odrą, situated along Poland's western border at Warta river's estuary to the Odra, it is one of the most interesting cities in this part of Poland. The junction of major traffic routes and the proximity of Berlin, Germany add to the Town's attractiveness for investors.
The list of Kostrzyn's strengths is extensive and it has been noted by the business community. The Town has attracted two large industrial plants and several investors with foreign capital participation. One of the key achievements in the region was the establishment of the Kostrzyn-Słubice Special Economic Zone in 1997.
Kostrzyn is located in a magnificent natural setting. An unspoiled natural environment, the proximity of the "Warta Estuary" National Park and an abundance of woods and lakes in the area create ample recreational options for tourists and visitors. History lovers will be interested to visit the "Kostrzyn Pompeii" – Old Town ruins and other attractions.
Kostrzyn's main strengths are its geographic location and convenient access to transportation routes. The border town is situated only 70 km from the German capital of Berlin, perhaps the heart of a new united Europe in the future.