Poznan is one of the oldest cities in Poland and is famous for its numerous museums, architectural treasures, colorful facades, and market square, among others.
Stare Miasto is the city's historic center, and it is set around the Stary Rynek Market Square. There, you will take the time to stroll through the streets to admire the colorful houses and architecture of the beautiful baroque church of Saint Stanislas. You can also stop for a gourmet break with the city's specialty, the stuffed croissant of Saint Martin. Ostrow tumski, the island of the cathedral, welcomes you for an interactive, informative, and fun visit. Then, you will take the road to the Ratusz Town Hall, where you can admire the spectacle of the two tin goats that come out of the tower to give twelve blows of the horn with the traditional music of a trumpet player. To admire a beautiful collection of Polish and European master paintings, you must go through the city's national museum. Monet's painting, La Plage de Pourville, is on display. Of course, remember the Imperial Palace, which also hosts several shows and events during the year. Lake Malta is interesting for outdoor activities such as the artificial ski slope, summer tobogganing, kayak rental, or cycling. Moreover, among the most famous festivals in Poznan, you can attend the Dancing Poznan in August, the Poznan Baroque in October, a real music show, or the Off Cinema in November. Then you can relax on the banks of the Warta, which are also well equipped for concerts, and outdoor cinema sessions, and you can even enjoy the beach and the bars there. Wait to leave until you've visited the Museum of Musical Instruments, and remember to attend a match at the INEA Stadium. Then, Cytadela Park is also the ideal place to sunbathe and stroll through this ample green space.