An attraction for the youngest and not only. Where did the goats on the town hall tower come from? Why do the crowds show up every day at noon, and why do they butt? The most famous symbol of our city. Less than a kilometer walk from our hotel and you are there. And the Old Market Square has much more to offer.
The museum of świętomarciński croissant is located in the Old Market Square in Poznań, which is dedicated to the tradition of this baked product that is more than 150 years old. A visit to the museum is interactive, where during demonstrations you can learn how the croissant is made according to the original recipe.
It is located in Poznań's Wilson Park and is the largest palm house in the country and one of the largest in Europe. On its area of 4,600 m², about 1100 species of plants are presented, and in the aquarium 170 species of fish and about 50 species of aquatic plants. In the palm house there is a cafe and a souvenir shop thanks to which we can move part of the palm house to our apartment.
One of the few remaining islands on the Warta River. There is the Cathedral Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul, popularly known as the cathedral, one of the oldest churches in Poland, rebuilt in the Gothic style after World War II. A great place for lovers of history and architecture. It delights with its calmness and picturesqueness. From the cathedral you can go to Śródka, a place full of picturesque alleys and charming cafes.