Food & Drink
The rich offer of the restaurants of Poznań will cater for even the most demanding tastes. What should be recommended first are the specialties of local cuisine, but delicious dishes of Greek, Italian, Chinese, or Japan cuisines are also easily available. Not surprisingly, numerous restaurants, pubs and cafes located around the Old Market Square will guarantee unforgettable atmosphere.
Culture & Art
Culture is central to Poznań’s daily life. The city is home to 9 theatres and musical institutions, including a philharmonic, choirs and orchestras, 21 museums, dozens of galleries and an array of exhibition facilities. Poznań is the site of major festivals, musical competitions and cultural events.
travelling by plane
Poznań’s Lawica Airport offers regular local and international links to and from many European capitals and other major cities of the continent. These include the capital cities of Dublin, Copenhagen, London, Oslo, Stockholm, other foreign destinations such as Barcelona, Bristol, Dortmund, Frankfurt am Main, Liverpool and Munich as well as the Polish cities of Warsaw, Kraków and Szczecin.
Poznań offers a wealth of entertainment and leisure activities, ranging from visits to theatres, opera, philharmonics, cinemas and museums to active recreation in indoor sports facilities and outdoors. You may spend your time in a nature setting, such as the Lake Malta area with the all-year-round artificial ski slope near Poznań’s center or the unique Morasko Meteorite
travelling by train
Poznań is a major railway hub offering easy domestic and international access. It can be reached within three hours either from Berlin or from the equidistant Polish capital city of Warsaw.
travelling by car
Poznań lies on a number of national and international roads. It can be accessed by the A2 Motorway, or National Roads 92 (East-West) and 11 (North-South). All of Poznań’s centre is a paid parking zone.
Poznań is also a shopper’s paradise. Its shopping precincts and malls offer world brands as well as domestic wares. The shopping scene is made up of small art galleries, jewelry stores, antique shops and vintage item fairs held each weekend in the