Poznan is the center of western Poland and the oldest city in Poland. Famous as a tourist city, it is also a tourist destination recommended by Poles. Poznan, which has prospered as a trading city since ancient times, is still known as one of Poland’s leading commercial cities. It was also the capital of the Kingdom of Poland in the Middle Ages, but in modern times it was also the territory of Germany. Poznan is also known as the center of culture, academia, commerce and industry, and is also the venue for international trade fairs.
- Sightseeing spot 1 : Old Market Squre
- Sightseeing spot 2 : Old Town Hall
- Sightseeing spot 3 : Zamek Cesarski
- Sightseeing spot 4 : Poznan Cathedral
- Sightseeing spot 5 : Lake Malta
- Sightseeing spot 6 : Poznan Croissant Museum
- Sightseeing spot 7 : Stary Browar
- Sightseeing spot 8 : Citadel Park
Poznan is a city located in western Poland.
Poznan is said to have started around the 8th century when the Slavs who entered the area formed a settlement. After the 10th century, the Catholic Bishop’s seat was established and it became the capital of the Kingdom of Poland. Poznan is under Prussian control, but becomes independent after World War I. The city was destroyed in World War II, but it was reconstructed after the war.
Poznan is very comfortable in the summer, but very cold in the winter. Temperatures range from -3 ° C to 24 ° C throughout the year
Polish is used in Poland. Some people learn German, French, Russian, etc. as a second foreign language.
Poland is generally safe. Poznan also does not have many violent incidents. It is safe enough to go out alone at night.
97% are made up of Poles. Others include Ruthenians and Lithuanians.
Poznan flourishes as a central city in western Poland, with a thriving cultural, academic and commercial industry.
In Poland 95% are Catholic. Others are Protestant and Muslim.
Zloty is used in Poland.
Sightseeing spot 1 : Old Market Squre
The square in the old town of Poznan is surrounded by colorful buildings. Although it was severely damaged in World War II, the city was revived by the efforts of the citizens of Poznan.
Sightseeing spot 2 : Old Town Hall
The Old Town Hall of Poznan is now the History Museum of Poznan and is visited by many tourists. There is a clock at the top of the Old Town Hall, and at noon two goats come out and fight.
Sightseeing spot 3 : Zamek Cesarski
The emperor’s castle built as the residence of the German emperor. It is now the cultural center of Poznan and you can take a leisurely look around the palace.
Sightseeing spot 4 : Poznan Cathedral
Poznan Cathedral, famous as the oldest cathedral in Poland. It is the first cathedral in the country since Poland accepted Christianity.
Sightseeing spot 5 : Lake Malta
Lake Malta is a populated lake and is home to many Poznan citizens. It is also the setting for the internationally renowned International Malta Theater Festival.
Sightseeing spot 6 : Poznan Croissant Museum
An experience-based museum where you can enjoy making and eating Poznan’s famous croissants. All the guests wear an apron and a hat to cook.
Sightseeing spot 7 : Stary Browar
Once a brewery, red bricks are now an impressive shopping mall. Art is applied throughout the facility.
Sightseeing spot 8 : Citadel Park
Zitadella Park is decorated with sculptures and has a weapons museum. There is also a cafe and restaurant so you can relax.
Poznan has plenty of accommodation. Poznan Rabica Airport is nearby. Tickets and accommodations can be booked from the link below. It also supports other languages.