DMC Poznan - The city for Everyone

Poznan is one of the largest and oldest Polish cities. Slavs settled here already in the 5th century. Today, it belongs to one of the most important academic, scientific and cultural centres in Poland. Many popular events are held here, including Międzynarodowe Targi Poznańskie (MTP) - the leader of the Polish exhibition industry. The history of the city and valuable monuments attract crowds of tourists from Poland and abroad. Poznan is also an academic city, which means that there is plenty of fashionable bars and pubs open until late at night. For those who are interested in sports, Poznan also has a lot to offer - the Tor Regatowy Malta (regatta course) has been used for years for rowing, kayaking and motorboat competitions.


Culinary workshops of making St. Martin’s croissants

Grill/bonfire party

Lech beer excursion with beer tasting

Bicycle tour

City game with licensed city guides or iPads

International Airport



The accommodation base in Poznan offers wide selection of possibilities. An interesting place is City Park Poznan*****, which is located in the complex of brick buildings. Within the complex, just a few steps away from the hotel, you will find fashionable bars and restaurants (the award-winning Whisky Bar 88 or the Yellow Guide Gault&Millau - the CUCINA restaurant) or the luxurious SPA. On the city's hotel map there are well-known and quality brands as well, such as the 5-star Sheraton Poznań Hotel or 4-star Novotel****, Mercure****, Puro****. Business groups also have a wide choice of accommodation in Poznan, one of the hotel worthy of attention is Andersia**** with a large number of rooms and spacious conference rooms.


City of Poznan and region offer plenty of possibilities to organize event. You can choose cultural and historical sites (Poznań City Hall or Hotel Bazar), post-industrial buildings (Concordia Design), tenements (Młyńska 12), museums (Archeology or Croissant Museum), manor houses and palaces, modern interiors (Conference centre Nobel Tower), outdoor areas, restaurants, hotels and many more. The symbol of exhibition industry in Poznan (in Poland as well) is MTP Poznań Expo. MTP Poznan Expo, for decades, organizes, co-organizes, supports, provides patronage for and sponsor numerous conferences and congresses, exhibitions, sports and cultural events as well as scientific and social institutions. The place has become the most important fair and congress center in our part of Europe, organizing events on an international scale.


Poznan is one of the fastest growing culinary metropolises in our country, often referring to and inspired by local traditions. Once known mainly for its clay shnets, which is yeast bun with icing in the shape of a snail, today it surprises with the variety of street food snacks, restaurants and bars. In the Jeżyce district, which for a long time had a reputation as one of the less safe in Poznan, today there is a hipster place with delicious food and charming views. On the other hand, in the Wilda district,  you can try mainly Italian cuisine, although the local architecture doesn’t look like these one in sunny Italy. The city is also full of restaurants with traditional cuisine and unique places like a cat's cafe where you can enjoy the taste of real, freshly ground coffee while enjoying the company of cats. Evenings Poznan residents spend on the Night Social Market (Nocny Targ Towarzyski), where many selected exhibitors regularly present sample menu and street food dishes from their restuarants.


Cultural life 

Start your tour in Poznan from the oldest part of the city - Ostrów Tumski, where one of the oldest churches in Poland is located. There, in the Golden Chaptel, the relics of Mieszko I and Bolesław Chrobry were deposited. The entire tourist traffic is focused mainly on the Old Market Square. A must see attraction is the old town square with renaissance Town Hall, the colorful tenements and the symbol of the city - the Poznań Goats. Also in the Old Town, in the historic building of the Arcadia, there is a Photoplasticon, where three-dimensional photos are presented.
Another well-known attraction of Poznan is the Palm House (Palmiarnia) with over 2 thousand species of exotic plants. Visiting this place gives an opportunity to move from the modern metropolis into the exotic jungle. 

Night life 

The night life of the capital of Wielkopolska is vibrant thanks to Poznan citizens, tourists from across the western border, as well as students. It's best to start the evening party in one of the bars, such as the Illusion cocktail bar or the Brewery Ministry with 18 taps of various craft beers.  
The famous Pacha Club located in the heart of Poznan invites you to adventure. Three rooms where you can swing your hip to house, R'n'B, deep and other. This place will please even the most experienced clubbing enthusiasts. Another interesting proposition is SQ club, one of the most renowned clubs in the city, as well as Tama club, where fans of electronic music can easily find themselves in the historic interior.

Group activities 

In Poznan, it takes only 20 minutes to get from the famous goats to the largest recreation center - Poznan Malta. Lake Malta is an artificially created lake with an area of 67.5 ha and length of 2200 m. It is a real paradise for lovers of active recreation in the open air. There are such attractions as regatta track, ski slope, tobogganing run, roller coaster, mini golf, rope parks, ski and water recreation equipment rental. On the northern coast of Malta is located Maltese Thermal Baths, which is a swimming pool complex and water park. There are also playgrounds, outdoor cinema, picnic fields, walking paths and many more.

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