Poznań: eastern energy – western style. Come and enjoy!
Poznan is a place where the energy of the countries of the New Europe intermingles with the culture of Western civilisations. This metropolis, housing over half-a-million residents, is located in the best developed area of Poland. Poznań is closer to Berlin than to Warsaw.
Poznan backs its methods to achieve success, bolstered with an over-1000-year-old efficiency tradition. It is here, where the Polish nation was born, and where the only successful Polish uprising – The Greater Poland Uprising – was ignited, which further confirms the resourcefulness of Poznan’s citizens. Poznan offers a wide range of historical and leisure spots to visit or walk by, including the renaissance Old Market square, the enchantingly located Cathedral at the riverside, Citadel Park, Malta lake, and the set of rearranged post-industrial venues, that have come to be some of the most interesting spots at the town’s map in terms of architecture, commerce, art, music and handcraft.
How to book the trips
That’s why to explore Poznan in the most convenient way, we have prepared for you unique trips, which you can book using the registration panel. If you haven't done this before, you can always log in to the registration panel and book one of those exciting trips.
We will give you the opportunity to visit the best and most recognizable places in Poznań, please choose the trip from the examples shown below:
1. Historical tour of Poznań
Imperial District (Opera, Castle, University), Wolnosci Square, Old Market Square and the surrounding areas: Przemysła Hill, City Town Hall (outside), Merchants’ houses, Fara church.
2. Historical tour of Poznań + Croissant Museum
Imperial District (Opera, Castle, University), Wolności Square, Old Market Square and the surrounding areas: Przemysła Hill, City Town Hall (outside), Merchants’ houses, Fara church, Poznan Croissant Museum.
3. Poznań in a nutshell and the Kornik Castle
The tour of Poznan, Old Market Square and its surroundings, arrival to Kornik, visit to the castle, return to Poznan.
4. This is where Poland began
Open-air ethnographic museum in Ostrow Lednicki, Gniezno, Poznan (Cathedral Island and the Old Market Square).
If you are interested in another places in Poznań or in Poland, not mentioned in the list of tours above, please do not hesitate to contact us by email email@example.com. We will come up with suggestions that are tailor-made to your needs.