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10 Things to do in Poznań, Poland Travel Guide

Join us as we explore Poznań, Poland in this travel guide covering some of the top attractions and best things to do in Poznan during your visit. From the Old Market to the New Town and from Cathedral Island to various castles this is a city that has a lot to offer travelers while retaining a chill vibe. Find out what makes Poznan worth visiting below. 10 Things to do in Poznań City Tour | Poland Travel Guide: Intro - 00:01 1) Old Market Square (Stare Miasto - (Stary Rynek)) with Poznań Town Hall (Ratusz) - 00:25 2) Royal Castle in Poznań (Zamek Królewski w Poznaniu) - 02:14 3) Former Jesuits College - 03:12 4) Poznań Cathedral (Fara Poznanska) - 04:06 5) New Town in Poznan (Fontana Wolnosh-chi Wolności and Imperial Castle [Zamek Cesarski w Poznaniu]) - 04:39 6) Cathedral Island (Ostrow Tumski) - 05:19 7) Lake Malta (Maltański Reservoir) - 05:57 8) KontenerART - 06:57 9) Frédéric Chopin Park and Archaeological Museum (Muzeum Archeologiczne w Poznaniu) - 07:40 10) Ice Cream (lody) - 08:16 Outro - 09:49 GEAR WE USE Olympus OM-D E-M5 II: Canon G7X: Olympus 14-150mm II Lens: Rode Video Mic GO: Joby Gorilla Pod: SanDisk 16GB Extreme Pro: SOCIAL MEDIA & TRAVEL BLOGS AUDREY: blog: instagram: facebook: twitter: SAMUEL: blog: facebook: twitter: instagram: Poznań alternate spellings (German: Posen - Russian: Познань) Our visit Poznań travel guide documentary covers some of the top attractions including a food guide, top sightseeing tourist attractions and the city by day including visiting castles, churches and museums. We also cover off-the-beaten-path outdoor activities you won't find in a typical Poznań tourism brochure, Poznań itinerary or Poznań, Poland city tour. 10 Things to do in Poznań, Poland Travel Guide script: Eager to explore Poznan, our first stop of the day was the Old Market Square, which is a sight to behold. As soon as we turned the street from our apartment, we were greeted with the Old Town Hall. The top attraction here is a row of buildings known as the Merchant Houses. They stand shoulder to shoulder and are painted in different patterns, adding a bright splash of colour to the town. The Royal Castle dates back to 1249, though if you think it looks rather new, that’s because it was mostly destroyed during WW2 and it had to be rebuilt. After paying for our tickets, we made a beeline straight for the tower, to enjoy some views of Poznan. After visiting the castle, we did some wandering around the Old Town and ended up at the Former Jesuit College. This is where young people were educated in theology and philosophy. Today the college houses the City Council, so we couldn’t really tour the place, but they do have a nice courtyard and a cafe for visitors. Another thing to do in Poznan is visit Fara Poznanska, a beautiful Baroque church located right next to the Former Jesuit College. We arrived just as they were setting up for the weekly concert, so we sat down for a bit of music. From there, we walked west of the Old Town, where things have more of a modern look. We saw the Fontana Wolnosh-chi Wolności, had a quick peek inside the Imperial Castle, and we also discovered that Polish people have a big love for ice cream. We later googled Kolorowa and discovered that it’s the best ice cream shop in Poznan, so maybe we should’ve stood in line! After visiting Cathedral Island, we went past Śródka, which is a really cool neighbourhood with lots of street art. We then had a little break by Lake Malta, which looked to be a popular weekend spot. Another cool thing to do in Poznan is to visit KontenerArt, which is part urban beach, outdoor bar, art space, children’s playground, food cart central, and herb and spice garden. This was an unexpected find and it was really nice to see people of all ages enjoying this space. On a rainy afternoon, we paid a quick visit to Poznan’s Archaeological Museum. Admittedly, it’s mostly geared towards children, but it was a fun way to stay dry. And that’s a wrap for our quick travel guide to Poznan! We hope this video gave you a few ideas of things to do around town on your visit. If there are any other things to do in Poznan that you think should be on this list, feel free to share those with fellow travellers. Happy travels and until next time! This is part of our Travel in Poland video series showcasing Polish food, Polish culture and Polish cuisine. Music by Dyalla Swain:


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