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A city exploding with colour, Poznan is a major economic, commercial, scientific and cultural hub in Western Poland. Home to one of the most spectacular Town Halls you’re ever likely to see, take in the vibrant palette of colours on offer in the city’s (currently crowdless) Market Square. You can really feel the history here, whether you are looking out at the Renaissance Town Hall through the windows of Croissant Museum’s 500-year-old tenement or exploring the 9th century Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul, believed to be the country’s oldest. Take a quiet walk along the Royal-Imperial Route for a snapshot of the deep history Poznan possesses, connecting Cathedral Island with the Old Town. Enjoy some retail therapy at Stary Browar, voted one the world’s best shopping centres, or unwind on Lake Maltańskie, an artificial lake found in the heart of the city, usually exceptionally busy in the summer but now relatively tourist-free!

 

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