There's good news for party lovers arriving in Poznan. The nightlife here is said to rival , and locals would even say better , Poland's more obvious…Read more »
Though several great Polish cities have served as capitals (Krakow, Warsaw), Poznan still holds the official name "Stoleczne Miasto Poznan" ("The…Read more »
The Poznan June
When Poles speak about the Poznan June (Poznanski Czerwiec), they're not commenting on the pleasant weather that summer in Poznan brings. Rather, it…Read more »
Invest in Poznan!
The property bubble in big cities like Krakow and Warsaw may be bursting, but that's just clearing the way for previously ignored cities like Wroclaw…Read more »
Poznan's airport is officially called the Henryk Wieniawski Airport, but is commonly referred to simply as Lawica (for the locality it's in). The…Read more »
Poznan Poland - A Survivor's Guide!
Poznan - Poland's dynamic former capital city, is a captivating place both to travel to and live in. Since Poland's accession to the European Union…Read more »
The Malta Theatre Festival
If the word 'theatre' calls to mind two hours of sitting on an uncomfortable chair watching costumed lovies mince around on stage uttering gibberish…Read more »
Doing Business in Poznan
With business in Poland booming, it's no wonder that more and more companies are looking to start up operations in the likes of Poznan, a small but…Read more »
Euro 2012 in Poznan
Yes, against all the odds, Poland and Ukraine will be hosting the European Football Championships in 2012! Their joint bid was announced successful…Read more »
The Biggest Run in Poland!
The Poznan Marathon is the biggest marathon in Poland, with over 3100 entrants in 2007. The marathon lasts 42.195 km from its start at Baraniaka Str.…Read more »
Poznan Tourist Card
Poznan has had its Tourist Card for ten years now, but its 2013 edition beats it all. The characteristic blue plastic card enables free sightseeing…Read more »