Poznan weekend trip 3 days

City breaks to Poznan

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Poznań is one of the biggest cities in Poland and the capital city of Wielkopolska Region.This region is often and justly called the cradle of Polish state. Ostrów Lednicki is related to Mieszko I, the first Polish ruler, and Gniezno is the town in which the first Polish kings were crowned. Many attractions of the region are connected with its eventful past. The Island of Ostrów Tumski is the oldest part of Poznań (in the 10th century there was a stronghold that was also a ducal seat.) Modern Poznań is an important industrial and trade centre - it is home to the largest Poland’s fair grounds, where the annual International Poznań Fair is organized.

Poznan
Day 1 Arrival
- arrival to Airport Ławica in Poznań.
- transfer to the hotel and check in.
- free time for relax after the journey.
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant.
- overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 Sightseeing city tour
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- after breakfast meeting with local guide and departure for full day city sightseeing tour
- back to the hotel
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
- overnight at the hotel.

Programme of sightseeing: Start at Ostrów Tumski: visiting the Cathedral, the Church of Our Lady and Lubrański Academy. Visiting Poznań Bambers’ Museum, the Old Market Square, Town Hall, Museum of Musical Instruments, Royal Castle.

OPTIONAL full-day trip to Gniezno - the place of rest of Saint Adalbert and coronation of Polish Kings. It houses innumerable pieces of art which include the 12th century Gniezno Doors and the 17th century silver shrine of Saint Adalbert. Gniezno’s indisputable feature is the abundance of sacred monuments and monumental headquarters of church dignitaries. These include, in the vicinity of the Cathedral, the Archbishop’s Palace built in 1830-1836, the 19th century Bishop’s Palace and Saint George’s Church, originally Romanesque, re-built at the end of the 18th century.

Day 3 Departure
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- after breakfast transfer to the airport
- assistance on embarkations formalities
- departure

The price includes:
-2 x overnight in DBL room
-2 x breakfast at the hotel
-Transfers from / to airport
-Transport by coach
-Guide assistance (in English or in other language if required)
-Taxes
The price doesn’t include:
-SGL supplement
-Entry fees and obligatory local guides
-Optionals
-Tips
-Personal expenses
-Other costs not mentioned in the itinerary.

The price per person from 189 EUR*
*price is calculated individual


From many years Mega Travel specializes in organizing tours for individual clients as well as for travel agencies and companies. Professionalism and high quality service is appreciated by our customers, who regularly use our help to organize trips to Poland.