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Poznan is the capital of WielkoPoland. Poznan is fifth when it comes to population and seventh concerning the area city in Poland. Undoubtedly, the city hall is a flagship of the city. It is a valuable monument of Renaissance architecture. The Old Market is also worth visiting. The area of the market is drawn on a square. Its size puts it on the third position among all the markets in Poland. Every year Poznan hosts the International Poznan Fairs (since 1925) as well as other several dozen of commercial and exhibition events. Poznan, above of all is the city of industry and commerce. Apart from its economical importance numerous cultural institutions are situated there, such as: National Museum, Stanislaw Moniuszko Grand Theatre, Poznan Philharmonic with the Boys and Male choir, Poznan Nightingales and grant cultural events: Contemporary Music Festival or International Theatre Festival. Poznan is the major road and railway hub, too.

Train to Poznan

The Poznan train station is situated in the centre of the city. The international railway line Berlin - Moscow passes here. It offers connections to the major city in the country, too, among others: Warsaw, Cracow, Wroclaw, Szczecin, Gdansk, or Olsztyn. The train tickets for the above connections are available at

The most popular attractions in Poznan:
  • The Hall
  • Dzialynski Palace
  • Tumski Isle (Ostrow Tumski)
  • Poznan Parish Church
  • Raczyński’s Library
  • City Scale
  • Guardhouse (Odwach)
  • The Grand Theatre
Railway stations in Poznan:

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