Poznan

DMC Poland sample program 2 nights in Poznan

Morning

Afternoon

Evening/Night

Day 1

Aarrival to Poznań and transfer for the sightseeing. Tour starts on the island of Ostrów Tumski, the most important royal residence during the days when Poland was still a pagan country

Lunch at the Bażanciarnia restaurant. The restaurant is located in the heart of Old Town, Market Square which serves traditional Polish dishes and most of all birds, wild and domestic, in abundance, those found nowhere else.

Open-air welcome party in Szreniawa Museum. The museum of agriculture in Szreniawa has a collection of old farming tools, machines, beehives and other equipment.

Day 2

Sport and outdoor in Poznan. Welcome to Malta Lake, the favorite recreation area of residents and tourists, is located just east of the city center. Situated in the center is stunning Malta Lake itself. This artificial lake was built in 1952 from the waters of the Cybina River.

A Visit to the Brewery! The Beer Company - Kompania Piwowarska - to which this brewery belongs, is one of the most modern in Europe. The LECH Visiting Centre opened in 2003 has been a great tourist success for all who want to know the secrets of the production of this ‘wondrous golden drink'.

In the evening we invite our guests to see one of the famous and multifunctional objects in Poland – CK Zamek and then for the cocktail reception in the area of the venue. The evening will proceed at POD PRETEKSTEM restaurant, which serves traditional Polish cuisine.

Day 3

Morning departure to the airport.



 DMC Poland sample program 2 nights in Poznan
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Poznan

Sample program

2 nights/3 days

day: 1

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MORNING – SPORT AND OUTDOOR IN POZNAN

Welcome to Malta Lake, the favorite recreation area of residents and tourists, is located just east of the city center. Situated in the center is stunning Malta Lake itself. This artificial lake was built in 1952 from the waters of the Cybina River. Malta Lake was named by its previous owners, Saint John's Convent, who settled here in the end of the XII century. The Maltese Knights were famous for caring for ill people at their convent on their sunny island in the Mediterranean. Malta Lake was named after the same beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea. The scenic natural surroundings, large number of eateries, and professional sporting facilities attract locals and tourists of all ages to rest and relax or participate in vigorous sports recreation. This "city island" has a lot to offer cyclists, water sport enthusiasts, as well as, those who need to unwind, walk or just need a break from the hustle and bustle of Poznań's city center. The whole area around the lake is a place where people come for some fresh air and relaxation. For the groups special tournaments are available including following attractions: ski on artificial slope, mountain bike, scooters, rollerblades, nordic Walking, rollerblades, summer sledge slope, minigolf, pontoon slides, canoes. So take a look and have a good time!

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AFTERNOON - LUNCH AT MALTA

Lunch at the Bażanciarnia restaurant. The restaurant is located in the heart of Old Town, Market Square which serves traditional Polish dishes and most of all birds, wild and domestic, in abundance, those found nowhere else. Three-storey restaurant serving Polish and European cuisine.

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EVENING

In the evening we invite our guests to see one of the famous and multifunctional objects in Poland – CK Zamek and then for the cocktail reception in the area of the venue. The evening will proceed at POD PRETEKSTEM restaurant, which serves traditional Polish cuisine.

day: 2

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MORNING

Morning arrival to Poznań and transfer for the sightseeing. Our tour starts on the island of Ostrów Tumski, the most important royal residence during the days when Poland was still a pagan country. This is where you will find Poland’s very first cathedral: St Peter and Paul's (as Pope John Paul II used to say: “this is where Poland started”). From there we will take you to the charming Old Town of Poznan, where you will see the hallmark of the city, the “Poznanskie Koziolki”: two charming billy-goats that butt heads every day at noon. While in the Old Town you will have time to admire the Old Town Square with its Renaissance Town Hall. From there you will stroll through the narrow streets of this historical area until you reach St. Stanislav’s Church (also known as “fara”), a precious pearl of the Polish Baroque, brimming with gilded ornaments and mouldings.

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AFTERNOON - AFTERNOON AT LEISURE

Lunch at the Bażanciarnia restaurant. The restaurant is located in the heart of Old Town, Market Square which serves traditional Polish dishes and most of all birds, wild and domestic, in abundance, those found nowhere else. Three-storey restaurant serving Polish and European cuisine.

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EVENING

Open-air welcome party in Szreniawa Museum. The museum of agriculture in Szreniawa has a collection of old farming tools, machines, beehives and other equipment. The exposition illustrates changes in agriculture since antiquity until now. Great place to organize old-fashioned Polish climate picnic with dance performance of folk band. You cannot miss opportunity to get familiar with beautiful polish artisans’ art and traditional food.

day: 3

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MORNING

Departure to the aiport.