Lake Malta, which flows through the heart of the city, delights tourists with its regatta course as does the Malta Ski Centre with its white slopes. If you visit in June, you could also witness the exciting Malta International Theatre Festival.
Head over to the Old Town Square where the majority of monuments and museums are located. The Museum of Musical ... More Instruments and the Poznan City History Museum provides a taste of Polish culture. Also visit the imposing Gothic Cathedral and the Prussian Castle.
When in town, sample specialities like Plendze (potato pancakes with sugar or jam) and Pyry with gzik (un-skinned potatoes, cream, onions and cottage cheese called gzik).
The city is a major railroad junction and is situated on the large Paris-Moscow route. There are comfortable intercity trains to Warsaw, Berlin and Germany. The temperate climate results in warm summer temperatures of 17°C in July and cold winters temperatures ... More falling below –1°C in January.
With a population of nearly 600,000 people, Poznan is a chief business district owing to its annual trade fairs. The main industries here are food processing and manufacturing.
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