Poznan is one of the biggest cities of the country and a cultural center of Poland. Even though Poznan might not be the most known city, these top things to do and see in Poznan show why the city in Poland is so attractive to visit.
I’ve rarely ever seen such beautiful old towns like the polish ones. Poznan is no exception. Besides small, cobblestoned streets are huge places in-between, making it lovely to take a seat and eat or just drink something.
Not to forget about the lovely and colorful historic buildings which adorn the old town. Highly recommended!
Every day at noon, a real spectacle takes place in front of Poznan’s town hall.
It’s not just the building itself being impressive and beautiful, but also the very special way to announce the time.
Each chime, these goats push their horns together. Be aware that there come many people day by day to see this.
Poznan is known for being a university city.
As the buildings of the university are located right in the city, it is not an expense to catch a glance of them.
Adam Mickiewicz was significant for German and Polish romantic era. In his honor, the University of Poznan was named after him. Due to that, the statue above is located in front of the buildings.
Not far from the University of Poznan can the Opera be found. After crossing a lovely park with a fountain and dozens of lovely flowers, the Opera can soon be seen.
But don’t worry, the park is anything but big!
By locals, the Imperial Castle of Poznan is called Zamek Cesarski w Poznaniu. Even though it looks like it was built in the medieval ages, it is actually about 100 years old.
Still, it looks impressive and strolling around in the inner courtyard is like a little escape.
The place where most churches of Poznan are located, for example the Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul.
When crossing the bridge to head over to Cathedral Island in Poznan, you will behold a grey architectural something.
This interesting building is called Porta Posnania.
Maltanka is a historic train operating three stops in total from Rondo Sródka to Nowe Zoo.
I really hope that these things to do and see inspire enough to actually visit the Polish city!