Vibrant Poznan – Poland’s Central-West

Poland, Poznan Guide (B): Vibrant Poznan – Poland’s Central-West

About twenty percent of Poland’s population study at one institute or another in Poznań, which helps to retain a young and vibrant atmosphere in the city’s streets.

Although not on many travellers’ itineraries, Poznań is bursting with churches, cobblestones, museums, clubs, bars, restaurants, and shopping.

Colourful Burgher houses dating from the 14th-15th centuries line the Market Square. In the past, these houses were owned by Poznan’s most affluent inhabitants (physicians, pharmacists, merchants, and goldsmiths). 

Time to say ‘do widzenia’ (goodbye) to Kraków for a second time and take the comfy modern PKP Intercity train (60.30PLN) to Poznań, which was supposed to leave at 12:47hrs, although it was 10 minutes late. There’s even a bar and dining carriage on the train for this 7-hour journey; very lush.

The train arrived in the main station…this is one flash impressive station, it’s like a small airport. Fairly new, there’s loads of glass windows and the station is connected to a huge shopping mall with restaurants, cafés, and loads of shops. Go ahead and run a muck with your money here! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Vibrant Poznan – Poland’s Central-West
Guide Location: Poland » Poznan
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Sight(s) featured in this guide: Citadel Park Cemetery   Museum of Archaeology   National Museum   Main Market Square   Town Hall   Old Garrison Cemetery   Biedronka   Stary Browar   Petit Paris Boulangerie   Cukiernia Sowa  
Author: Nilla Palmer
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