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1 Archcathedral Basilica
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Rank: 1 About 30

The Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and Paul in the western Polish city of Poznan is one of the oldest churches in the country and the oldest known Polish cathedral, dating back from the 10th century. ...

Reviewed by: J
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


2 Glamour Night
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Rank: 2 About 30

  Bars and nightclubs in Poznan do not disappoint.  If you are looking for an upscale night out, Poznan has what you need.  The best cocktails in town can be found at the Blow Up 50...

Reviewed by: J
Type: Nightlife


3 Muzeum Instrumentów Muzycznych in Poznan
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Rank: 3 About 30

Music lovers will find themselves welcomed here.  The Musical Instruments Museum (or Muzeum Instrumentów Muzycznych) in Poznan is dedicated to various professional and folk instruments from around the world with over...

Reviewed by: N
Address: Stary Rynek 45, Poznan
Type: Museums


Lakes
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Rank: 4 About 30

It’s Poland’s northeast Mazury region that is best known for its lakes, but Poznan doesn’t stray far behind with its dense network of lakes and rivers not too far away from the city’s limits. ...

Reviewed by: J
Type: Nature and sport


4 Old Market Square
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Rank: 6 About 30

The old market central square was established in the year 1253 and is situated on the left bank of the Warta River. It was especially designed with four 141 meter sides. This square is considered as the third biggest square in...

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Address: Warta River, Poznan, Poland
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


Archeological Museum
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Rank: 7 About 30

No need to buy that ticket to Cairo from Warsaw (as herds of Poles do year round) and do yourself a favor and stay close to home and check out Poznan’s Archeological Museum instead.  The museum contains a...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Museums


5 Muzeum Motoryzacyjne
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Rank: 8 About 30

Zoom Zoom Zoom….  Poland might not be the home of the Rolls Royce, the Ferrari or the Ford Focus for that matter, but the country does have its fair share of motor enthusiasts with several museums dedicated to the...

Reviewed by: N
Address: Rondo Kaponiera
Type: Museums


6 City Hall
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Rank: 9 About 30

Poznan’s City Hall (or Ratusz in Polish) is located the heat of the city’s town center in the Old Town Neighborhood and was originally built in the late 13th century.  Of particular note is a display of...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


7 Warta
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Rank: 10 About 30

Those who are well educated in the ABC’s of Polish beer will recognize Warta as the name of Poznan’s drink of choice, but little does one know that it’s also a neighborhood and river that runs through this modern...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


8 Wilson Park
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Rank: 11 About 30

Poznan probably doesn’t get enough credit for being one of the most quintessentially charming and modern cities of Central Europe.  Despite being one of Poland’s most commerce-forward centers, it is also a city...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Parks and gardens


9 Absyda Floriana
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Rank: 12 About 30

St. Florian’s Church in Poznan (or Absyda Floriana) was once known as the Holiest Heart of Jesus and is an impressive, ornamental building with red bricks on the outside and an attractive gilt altar found inside. ...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


10 The National Museum
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Rank: 13 About 30

The National Museum of Poznan (or Muzeum Naradowe w Poznaniu) is regarded as a national institution of culture and one of the largest museums in the country.  First established in 1857, the museum houses a rich...

Reviewed by: N
Address: Aleje Karola Marcinkowskiego 9
Type: Museums


11 Budget Night
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Rank: 14 About 30

Being the university town that it is, there’s no shortage of cheap eats and hole-in-the-wall pubs in Poznan.  A student’s mecca and a cash-strapped tourist’s dream, Poznan will guarantee you a good...

Reviewed by: J
Type: Nightlife


12 Jezyce
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Rank: 15 About 30

The Jezyce Neighborhood in Poznan is one of the five governmental districts that divided the city during the Communist era and which has been retained for the city’s administrative purposes today.  Located in the...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Streets, Squares and Neighbourhoods


13 The National Museum in Poznan
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Rank: 16 About 30

Poznan might as well be the cultural capital of Poland with its abundant number of museums, theaters and culture centers.  The National Museum in Poznan (or the Muzeum Naradowe) is excellent for anyone who wants to check...

Reviewed by: N
Address: Aleje Karola Marcinkowskiego 9, Poznan
Type: Museums


14 New Stadium
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Rank: 17 About 30

As anyone in Poznan can tell you, the locals are both thrilled and excited to be hosting the UEFA Euro tournament in 2012.  Along with the prestigious honor of being a chosen city for the games, Poznan along with the rest of...

Reviewed by: N
Address: ul. Bulgarska 17, 60-320 Poznan
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


15 Poznan Citadel Park
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Rank: 18 About 30

Located about fifteen minutes away from Stary Rynek, Poznan’s Citadel Park is a vast area of green space built by the Prussians in the 19th century and is the largest in the city.  A poignant place of reflection,...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Parks and gardens


The Raczynski Library
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Rank: 19 About 30

With one of the most interesting exterior facades in the city, Poznan’s Raczynski Library was founded by Polish conservative politician Edward Raczynski in 1822.  After completing construction in 1828 with the...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


16 John Paul II Park
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Rank: 20 About 30

Located between Dolna Wilda and Droga Debinska streets in Poznan, Park Jana Pawla II was named after Poland’s most famous son and is a popular park in the area for local residents who want to relax or engage...

Reviewed by: N
Type: Parks and gardens


17 Parish Church of St. Stanislaus
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Rank: 21 About 30

The Parish Church of St. Stanislaus is one of the most impressive historic monuments in Poznan. It was at first created as a Jesuit temple in the 17th century.  It has an interior by many of Roman Baroque...

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Address: Poznan, Poland
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


18 Park Tysiaclecia
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Rank: 22 About 30

Poznan is home to a handful of wonderful parks (perhaps some of the best in the country) with Park Tysiaclecia being one of the most notable ones.  Located between ul. Warszawska and Lake Malta, it covers 26 hectares,...

Reviewed by: J
Type: Parks and gardens


19 Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul
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Rank: 23 About 30

The Arch cathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul is considered as one of the oldest churches in Poland and even the oldest Polish cathedral. This cathedral was built in the second half of the 10th century and built in the...

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Address: Ostrow Tumski, Poznan
Type: Landmarks and Historic sites


20 Tumski Island
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Rank: 24 About 30

Ostrow Tumski Island is situated between the Cubina and the Warta River.  It is known as the oldest part of the city and is the place where Poznan was founded. The foundation took place in the 10th century....

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Address: Ostrow Tumski, Poznan
Type: Surroundings


21 Poznan Botanical Gardens
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Rank: 27 About 30

During visiting Poznan, one has to make sure to visit the Poznan Botanical Garden. This beautiful garden is home to more than 7,000 varieties of plants along with a display for the visitors. This includes ornamental plants, ecology...

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Address: 165, Poznań Poland
Type: Parks and gardens


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