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How to travel around Poznań?

Published by Gabriela Kozien in category Travel guides on 13.07.2022
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Poznań – how to travel around?

A Guide To Getting Around Poznań In 2022

Planning a trip to Poznań? See how to travel more efficiently around Poznań! Going to Poznań feels like going on a never-ending adventure – there are so many things to do! Why don’t go on this trip together? Let us discover Poland with You!

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Poznań called the capital of western Poland, is the largest and most rapidly developing city…It is famous for its beautiful Old Town, numerous monuments and a good tourist offer. So why not venture off the beaten track and visit Poznań for a few days?

How to get to Poznań?

Poznań Ławica Airport 

The airport is located only 7 kilometers from the city center of Poznań. So you have Poznań main attraction at your fingertips! One-way tickets from Warsaw to Poznań cost something about 200 PLN.

How to get from the airport to the city center?

Poznań-Ławica Airport is connected to the city center by public transportation. Bus stops are located in the immediate vicinity of the passenger terminals or a short distance from them. Estimated travel time from the airport to the city center is about 20-25 minutes (16 stops). According to the schedule, the drive to the Central Station is 21 minutes.


Getting to Poznań airport by car is not complicated due to fact it is only 7 km away from the city center.


Buses start from under the departures hall, continuing to the stop at the arrivals hall, which is an intermediate stop towards the center.

Must see in Poznan

Town Hall, the goats and Old Market Square

Sounds interesting? In the central part of the Old Square rises the most beautiful Renaissance town hall. In 1551, a clock with goats was installed on the town hall. Every day, when the town hall clock strikes twelve o’clock at noon, a door in the turret above the clock opens and two goats appear. Moved by the clock mechanism, they trumpet their horns 12 times. A tip for latecomers – if you didn’t make it to the Market Square at 12 o’clock, inside the City Hall on the first floor you can see the old antique goat mechanism.

Try the St. Martin’s croissant

The Swietomacinski croissant is made from half puff pastry and a filling of white poppy seeds and nuts. Today it is one of the most famous Polish baked goods, protected by an EU certificate allowing it to be baked according to strict guidelines only in Greater Poland. The tradition of baking świętomarciński croissants dates back to the 19th century and is associated with the indulgence on November 11 at St. Martin’s parish.

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