Why You Should Visit Poznan
With one of the best preserved Old Town’s in Europe, Poznan is a city rich in culture and heritage and also offers plenty for the modern visitor with its family-friendly attractions and bars. Be sure to head down to the Old Town district where most of the city’s architectural gems and landmarks are to be found – start off in the Old Market Square and make your way around the winding streets and alleyways. Another area of immense history is Cathedral Island which is now the home of a population of monks and priests, or carry on a little further into the Srodka district, an ancient mercantile and crafts center with a weekly market. Poznan is also home to many fascinating museums and art galleries like the National Museum in Poznan which has various satellite buildings throughout the city worth exploring.
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Arriving In Poznan
Poznan Airport is located just 5 km outside of the city of Poznan and is set within a single passenger terminal. Once you have touched down at the airport you can use public transport to reach the city with bus services available, although the city center is any a short distance away so a taxi will be affordable. Within the airport you will find a few basic services and facilities including a couple of places to eat alongside duty-free shopping.
Many flights handled at Poznan Airport are on a seasonal basis, although there are regular flights to and from many destinations around Europe. If you are looking to travel to Poznan from the UAE you will not be able to make the journey directly as there are no airlines offering direct flights. However, there are a few flight options available involving only a single stopover so you can easily make the journey.
Poznan Travel Information
As Poland is a part of the Schengen Area, UAE nationals don’t have to worry about applying for a visa in order to enter the country. If you are visiting the city during the winter you can expect very cold temperatures that often drop below freezing, although over the summer the weather warms up significantly with average highs approaching 25 degrees during July and August. Poznan is served by an extensive public transport network consisting of buses and trams which makes it simple to get around. If you would rather have your own vehicle during your visit, you will find plenty of car rental agencies at Poznan Airport.
* This information is correct as of October 2017
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