Poznan is increasing in popularity and it’s no surprise. Located in western Poland, this city is a treasure, with its cobbled streets, Renaissance-style buildings and beautiful Old Town architecture.
Colourful, captivating and always energetic, this is a place that throngs with life. Fascinating and historic, there’s always something to see and do in picturesque Poznan. Don’t miss the Town Hall Clock, dating back to 1551, with its mechanical goats that butt heads at noon, or the former Imperial Castle, which once housed Hitler’s official quarters in the city. Interested in art? Head to the National Museum to see Poland’s only Monet — returned in 2010 having been stolen 10 years earlier.
With a huge student population — and with more and more tourists flocking here — Poznan comes alive after hours, with countless bars and restaurants and a nightlife that never stops. With attractions to suit all tastes, we can’t recommend Poznan enough.
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