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Below we show you a list of Poznań attractions, that must be seen during your stay in our beautiful city!
Stary Rynek (Old Market Square) is the absolute tourist center of Poznań, also undoubtedly the most photographed place in Poznań. It is the third largest market in Poland (after Cracow and Wrocław). The accumulation of monuments from almost all eras, dozens of restaurants, cafes and pubs nearby, as well as numerous events determine its attractiveness. The Old Market Square is the central element of medieval Poznań.
The most characteristic building is the Renaissance town hall – a symbol of the city, considered the most beautiful town hall in Poland. Every day at 12:00 a bugle call sounds from the tower, and two goats appear next to the clock.
Poznań Goats are one of the biggest tourist attractions of Poznań. At noon, they leave the middle tower and blow horns for a minute. Where the idea of placing poles over the clock came from, explains the legend “On Poznan poles.
The Rogalowe (Croissant) Poznań Museum is a living center of Poznań traditions and culture. It is located in the heart of Poznań – on the Old Market Square with a view of the town hall tower with the goats. It is a place for everyone who wants to get to know Poznań better, its specificity, language and symbols, with particular emphasis on “Świętomarcińskie” croissants. In a cozy, relaxed atmosphere of live shows. With humor and interaction with our guests. The offer includes shows for residents and tourists, organization of unique company meetings and original educational workshops.
Inea Stadium at ul. Bułgarska, where Lech Poznań team is currently playing their matches, was created for a total of 12 years. During the tour, you can see, among others: the Conference Room, Guest Cloakroom, level of the field together with substitute benches, Presidential Lodge, skyboxes, detention center and Press Tribune. You can visit the stadium in a few ways, min. order a “trip with a goat”, “trip with a football player” or “exclusive tour”
Stary Browar/Old Brewery in Poznań is a modern shopping center that is an authentic center of culture and education. You can shop here in over 200 stores, eat well, commune with art and good design, take part in numerous workshops and events, such as concerts, shows or meetings with interesting people. All those who want to get to know the spaces of Stary Browar and its history are invited to a guided tour.
Avenida Poznań is the bustling heart of the capital of Greater Poland. The largest shopping center in the region, which on three floors, with a total area of 60,000 sq m, houses over 200 commercial and commercial premises as well as 30 restaurants and cafes. Motorized customers have 1500 parking spaces at their disposal (3 hours of free parking) and a special parking lot for cyclists. The center has a direct connection to the train and bus station.
Posnania this place is unlike any other. It combines shopping and entertainment functions, allows you to actively relax or work. Posnania responds to the expectations arising from the modern lifestyle, it is a great variety to everyday life of the inhabitants of Poznań and Greater Poland.
KontenerART is a “mobile cultural center” that operates in Poznań in the summer season, from May to October, every year, from 2008, in various locations. Concerts, workshops (including for children), author meetings and ecological campaigns take place there. Also events of a more ludic nature, such as playing drums, walking on stilts, climbing, graffiti. For several years, the Warta area has flourished during the holiday season. It began with city beaches, which became a hit among locals and tourists. The recreational offer of the river is expanding, this year a water tram, a city marina and water equipment rentals are waiting for you. There is nothing else for you but to spend SUMMER ON THE WORTH!
Poznań belongs to the cities that welcome visitors with beautiful green belts. Lovers of relaxing in the fresh air, away from the hustle and bustle, do not have to go far beyond Poznan to spread a blanket on the grass or sunbathe by the water. There are lakes and parks at your fingertips, which you can reach on foot, by bike or by car.
Citadel Park is the most characteristic park in Poznań. This name defines the area of the hill, located north of the city center, where until 1945 was Winiary fort. The borders of the Citadel are approximately marked by Szelągowska and Winogrady Streets and al. “Poznań” Army. The area is ideal for walking with children. Wide lanes, shady corners allow you to run, ride bikes, skates or scooters safely. Extensive, very well-kept lawns are an ideal place to organize a family picnic. In the Citadel there is a playground and a cafe, where children can have a rest while playing.
Sołacki, Mickiewicz or Marcinkowski parks are also worth seeing. Each of them has a unique mood.
Malta Lake is one of the main attractions of Poznań. It is here that the sports and cultural heart of the city is situated. Malta in Poznań is, however, much more. Definitely worth visiting this corner of the city. The Malta Lake is one of the most visited places in Poznań, and the main reason is the huge number of attractions offered for athletes or families with children. Swimming enthusiasts will undoubtedly spend time at Lake Malta. The bathing beach is located on the southern shore of Lake Malta, close to the picnic field.
Rusałka Lake is an artificial water reservoir. The close location of the lake from the city center and attractive areas around it make the lake a very popular summer destination for Poznań residents and tourists. In the summer season, the Sports and Recreation Center is open by the lake, which takes care of the guarded bathing beach. The bathing beach is equipped with piers, a 93 m gutter water slide, water equipment rental, cloakrooms and catering facilities
Kierskie Lake is a reservoir near Poznań, which is popular among cyclists and supporters of walking trips. However, this is not only beautiful nature, but also an attractive sports center. Lake Kierskie will appeal to both anglers and people looking for rest and recreation.
The beginnings of the Polish state are Ostrów Tumski in Poznań.
“Ostrów” in Old Polish it means island and tum – cathedral. The historical history of Poznań and Poland begins on this former and present island
Brama Poznania (Poznań Gate) talks about the beginnings of the Polish state and the cathedral island. You will not find museum exhibits here. History is presented here in a modern way, using multimedia and light. The Poznań Gate is an open and accessible place. The exhibition is adapted for the elderly, families with small children and people with disabilities. There are plenty of events organized throughout the year, such as workshops, temporary exhibitions, concerts, activities for children and adults, and scientific conferences.
Old Zoo in Poznań is one of the two oldest zoos in Poland, which dates back to the nineteenth century. It is the only one that has been operating without a break and changing its use since its founding, so it can be considered the oldest continuously operating Polish zoo.
New Zoo in Poznań is the second largest zoo in Poland. It covers an area of 120.68 ha, constituting the natural habitat of national fauna. The New Zoo is famous for its collection of birds of prey and owls, which belongs to one of the richest in Europe. The garden was opened on the centenary of the establishment of the Old Zoo with which it forms an integral whole as the Zoological Garden in Poznań.
Termy Maltańskie is the largest sports and recreation center in Poland and the second largest facility of this type in Europe. The facility has recreation and sports pools as well as a sauna area. Thermal water from a nearby well is used in the salt pools of the “Maltese Term”. The recreational part of the term includes a water park (aquapark), including: 2 outdoor geothermal pools, seasonal and year-round brine pool double wave pool 13 slides – including turbo (approx. 60 km / h), wild river, family, pontoon, multimedia with visual and sound effects, clover-shaped pool with outflow, swimming pool with a pirate ship, children’s area with a paddling pool and play equipment, Sauna area, which consists of: Livello Aromatic Bath, Flower Bath, Turkish Bath, Snow Grotto, Sauna Event, Sanarium, VIP Steam Bath, KELO Earth Sauna (outdoor), Panorama Sauna (outdoor). SPA 1306 – SPA cabinet, offering a variety of SPA treatments, health treatments, aesthetic treatments and massages.
Fontanna Wolności, which stood at Plac Wolności in the summer of 2012, just before the start of the European Football Championships organized in Poland and Ukraine, is a great starting point and a contribution to the story of fountains that have so far appeared on the largest city square. During your stay in Poznan, you must visit this place.
The interior of a 19th-century pharmacy, Egyptian mummies, military … Museums more ordinary and unique, such as one of the three Musical Instrument Museum in Europe. Collections gathered by Poznań museums will please art lovers, bibliophiles, enthusiasts. Many of them have free admission with the Poznań Tourist Card discount card. Definitely visit the National, Archaeological Museum, the Underground of the Poznań Cathedral, or the Warsaw Uprising Museum …
Malta Ski is a sports and recreation center located on the Malta Lake in Poznań. This place is created to spend time having fun and surrounded by nature – with family or friends, both in winter and summer. The main attractions of Malta Ski include 2 ski slopes, an 8-meter chain carousel, Adrenaline roller coaster, summer toboggan run, mini golf, bicycle rental, playground, pontoons for downhill skiing, food outlets.
Centrum Kultury ZAMEK (Centrum of Culture Zamek) in Poznań is one of the largest cultural institutions in the country. Every year it hosts 2,500 events that present and stimulate the development of the most interesting cultural phenomena. Visual arts, theater, film, music and literature intertwine and complement each other in the spaces of the CASTLE. The institution builds its program based on proven forms of expression (including concerts, performances, art exhibitions, literary meetings and film screenings) as well as conducting artistic experiments, implementing new activities, often of a site-specific nature. The artistic residences program also serves this search.
Botanic Garden UAM lies in the western part of the city. It is a space for cultural meetings and artistic events, and above all one of the most liked and most visited parks in Poznań. The Botanical Garden has documented plant collections for scientific, didactic and educational purposes presented in 10 thematic sections.
Poznań Palm House in the Wilson Park in Poznań is a unique attraction of Greater Poland. Over 4,600 square meters and 12 pavilions, most of which are open to visitors. There are many original plants and information about distant corners of the world. It is a frequent meeting place where you can feel the climate of the tropics even in the middle of windy and rainy autumn. The Palm House in Poznań is an attraction open all year round, sometimes also at night, so you can see the night life of aquatic animals and plants. Wilson Park also deserves attention as one of the 5 most beautiful green places in Poznan.
Lech Browary Wielkopolski (Lech Greater Poland breweries) is one of three breweries (next to Tyskie Browary Książęce and Dojlidy Brewery) belonging to Kompania Piwowarska – the leader of the brewing industry in Poland. Is one of the most modern breweries in Europe. It can brew up to 145 thousand hl of beer per week. The object can be visited, and after the visit, interested parties can try Lech Pils beer straight from the brewery, take part in beer sensor workshops and a prize competition.
Landscaped park “Puszcza Zielonka” it is located northeast of Poznań and covers the central part of the attractive natural, landscape and touristic area commonly known as the Zielonka Forest – in the area limited by the following cities: Poznań, Murowana Goślina, Skoki, Kiszkowo, and Pobiedziska. The trails offer unlimited possibilities for planning cycling routes. With their help you can reach all the most interesting places in the Zielonka Forest and the surrounding area. Everyone will find something for himself. You can go on a two-hour ride as well as a two-day trip and, what is important, you can return to the starting point of the route by a different route than it began.
The picturesque route along Lake Malta runs the route of one of the last narrow gauge railways in Poland with a track width of 600 mm. The Maltanka cable car runs from April to September, every half hour on weekends and every hour on weekdays. While staying in Poznań, make sure to take advantage of this attraction.
Blubry – Poznań legends in 6D is a place where legendary stories are combined with modern technologies. Here you will be both participants and creators of the action. It is an ideal place to explore for a weekend or winter.