Top things to do in Poznań

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Porta Posnania Interactive Heritage Centre

This cutting-edge multimedia museum provides an easily digested introduction to the birth of the Polish nation, telling the tale of Ostrów Tumski's (Cathedral Island) eventful history via interactive displays, maps,…
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Cybina 13

Set in the cute little enclave of Śródka, close to the Poznań Gate, this bright, modern restaurant is popular with locals, whether for a romantic dinner in the sharply styled dining room or a weekend lunch at the ou…
Top Choice Museum in Poznań

Historical Museum of Poznań

This museum (in the town hall) displays an interesting and well-presented exhibition on Poznań's history, though the building's original interiors are worth the entry price on their own. The richly ornamented Renais…
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Poznań Cathedral

Ostrów Tumski is dominated by this monumental double-towered cathedral. Basically Gothic with additions from later periods, notably the baroque upper towers, the cathedral was damaged in 1945 and took 11 years to re…
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Monument to the Victims of June 1956

On Plac Mickiewicza you’ll find one of Poznań's most significant memorials, which commemorates the ill-fated workers' protest of 1956. The monument, consisting of two 20m-tall crosses bound together, was unveiled on…
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Parish Church

Two blocks south of the Rynek, this church was originally built for the Jesuits by architects from Italy, and completed only after more than 80 years of work (1651–1732). The impressive baroque structure has an orna…
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Palm House

A short walk from the main train station along ul Głogowska, Park Wilsona contains one of the biggest greenhouses in Europe. Constructed in 1910, it houses thousands of species of tropical and subtropical plants, in…
Historic Building in Poznań

Town Hall

Poznań’s Renaissance town hall, topped with a 61m-high tower, instantly attracts attention. Its graceful form replaced a 13th-century Gothic structure, which burned down in the early 16th century. Every day at noon …
International in Poznań

Drukarnia

This sleek eatery with exposed timber beams above concrete floors is a top spot for breakfast (served to noon weekdays, 1pm weekends). Choices include a full English (sausage, bacon, eggs and beans) and trad Polish …
Polish in Poznań

Wiejskie Jadło

This compact Polish restaurant, hidden a short distance back from the Rynek, serves what it says on the sign – wiejskie jadło (countryside food). It offers a range of filling dishes including several kinds of pierog…