Happy summer! In this issue we’ve compiled the best of Poznań’s warm-weather attractions in a new ‘Summer in the City’ section – check it out on p.50 – and included our top ice cream (p.7) and beer garden (p.72) recommendations. We’re also hoping to make life easier for those travelling with children by introducing a list of family-friendly suggestions (find it on p.6), which will become a permanent part of the guide.
As per usual, there’s also a packed calendar of cultural events to catch – from
al fresco film screenings at Stary Browar (p.10) to yoga in the park (p.10), and from the lakeside #NaFalach music festival (p.14) to a Polish rendition of the Hindu Holi festival (p.11). If summer rains start pouring down, opt instead for one of Poznań’s many temporary exhibitions (p.14) – like ‘Mission to the Moon’, a presentation of stereographic Moon landing photos at the vintage Kaiserpanorama (p.14) – or explore the museums (p.47).
As always, feel free to send us comments and questions through our FB page or via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org). Enjoy summer in Poznań!
In this issue we’ve decided to stay close to the main train station and showcase one of Poznań’s hidden architectural treasures: the 1910 Concordia Printing House, which now houses the Concordia Design studio & Concordia Taste Restaurant.
📸 Mateusz Chrostek
Look inside 📖 👀
Main Feature: Poznań with the kids
Przystań Na Chwilę
Cafe La Ruina i Raj
A unique place infused with the owners’ love for travel, (Asian) food, and coffee now on a more mainstream locale on ul. Św. Marcin. Read more ➞
Pickling is the latest hipster thing and here you’ll find jars of
The focus here is on wiśniówka, traditional Polish cherry vodka made in small batches by the bar’s crew. Read more ➞