Cheap Hotels in Poznan
The 4-star Novotel Poznan Centrum is ideal for business meetings and large conferences, even for several hundred participants. The hotel is close to Poznan International Fair, main train station and Old Market Square. The comfortable rooms with free Internet and satellite TV, the nearby Stary Browar shopping mall and delicious regional cuisine in our restaurant guarantee that your family stay at Novotel will be an unforgettable experience.
Hotels in Poznan
Poznan is a city in central Poland, next to the Warta River. It's a university city – there are seven based here – and is known for having hosted the Euro 2012 football tournament. Poznan also has a train station on the main line between Berlin and Moscow, making it a popular stop-off for tourists exploring Europe. As such, Poznan hotels tend to fill up well ahead of time.
Sightseeing in Poznan
Historically, the city was the first capital of Poland. It's one of the oldest established areas of the country, and the city centre is compact with plenty of public transport links.
As you walk along the street in central Poznan, you'll notice that each building is a different colour. When you see them, you'll know you've reached the old market square. It was partially destroyed during WWII, and has been rebuilt to include some of Poznan's most popular pavement cafés, restaurants and bars.
The National Museum is in the city – not to be confused with the one in Warsaw – displaying two centuries' worth of Polish and European art.
Ostrow Tumski, or Cathedral Island, is an important place to visit, as it's where Poznan was supposedly founded sometime around the ninth century. It sits in between two branches of the river, and is also the site of the Basilica of St Peter and St Paul.
The wider region, known as Wielkopolska or Greater Poland, has a reputation for being energetic and vibrant. The name of Poznan itself is said to come from the Polish word for ‘someone who is recognised'.
Night owls will have plenty to do, and the strong student population boosts that youthful atmosphere.
Food and drink
The diverse variety of food available in Poznan covers far more than just Polish cuisine. Go out for Italian, Chinese, Indian, Greek, or anything else you fancy. Eat like a Polish person at Chlopskie Jadlo, one of a chain across the country. Sausages and hams dangle down the walls, and the meat is brought to your SEOSITE_LEVEL_DESCRIPTION as fresh as possible.
If you're planning a night out, note that most bars and clubs in the city have a closing time policy of ‘when the last person leaves'.
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