Blues Hotel Poznan

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Prusimska 7, Poznan, Central Poland, 60-427, Poland
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Costs about the same, but rated 15% higher than other 3 star hotels

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  • Solo100
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Accomodation in and around Poznan

by Swan7

I am planning to visit the Poznan area in April/May on a "Polish Roots" trip. My grandfather, and ancestors going back to 1826, all lived in a small place about 30km north of Poznan, called Ciszkowo, and were baptised and married in the Parish church of Lubasz. I want to visit these places, but have some questions.
1) What is the best/cheapest way to get there from Warsaw? (I will be spending a few days there before going to Poznan area)

2) Are there hotels, or some kind of accomodation in either Ciszkowo or Lubasz?

Re: Accomodation in and around Poznan

by sihi

Hi!

It is best to travel to Poznan by train.
In Poznan I can recomend hostel Hanka, outside city centre.
http://members.virtualtourist.com/m/4ed60/74d42/3/
Dont know about accomodation in Ciszkowo.

:)

Re: Accomodation in and around Poznan

by evaanna

I couldn't find any places to stay at Ciszkowo, but there are some at Lubasz.
Go to http://www.eholiday.pl/ and search for Lubasz. There are also some hotels in nearby Czarnkow.
In Lubasz I found for instance Hotel Meteor, B.Chrobrego (Street)
Tel. 066 427 30 10

Re: Accomodation in and around Poznan

by evaanna

There is also an English version of this website - http://www.eholiday.pl/accommodation

Re: Accomodation in and around Poznan

by Swan7

Thanks a million Ewa - you are a marvel. I will go and try this web address right now!

Re: Accomodation in and around Poznan

by henrykkanada

Ciszkowo is a village of 330 and Lubasz of 2300. 25 minute walk between. Without a car, hotel in Lubasz. With a car, hotel in Czarnkow.
The cheapest transport is Warszawa-Poznan by bus, but only limited late evening service showing (5 hr duration). The train is preferable.
Between Poznan and Lubasz by bus: about four daily, taking about 1:30 hr.
Or rent a car in Poznan.
Information on the church in Lubasz, with email addresses:
http://www.sanktuarium-lubasz.pl/Dane.aspx?lang=en

Re: Accomodation in and around Poznan

by Swan7

Henryk! As always your information is priceless!

Travel Tips for Poznan

Ostrow Tumski - begining of Kingdom

by sihi


Ostrow Tumski (Tumski Isle) is the oldest place in Poznan history. It was one of the first capital settlements of Piast state and the first bishopland in Poland. Cathedral was erected in year 968 and it with Gniezno Cathedral are one of the most important churches in Poland's history. At the front from cathedral square is situated and near old St. Mary church.

Poznan old town and Ostrow Tumski are separated by river Warta. It is about in 20 min walk from Stary Rynek - Old town square.

Citadel Park

by HORSCHECK

The Citadel Park (Park Cytadela) is Poznan's largest park.

It is situated north of the city centre and can be reached in about 20 minutes on foot or by several tram lines (e.g. #3, #4, #10).

If entering the Citadel Park from the south (al. Niepodleglosci), you will see a grand staircase leading to a Soviet Obelisk. It is dedicated to the Red Army soldiers who were killed during the 1945 siege.

You can also visit several cemeteries for Polish, British and Soviet soldiers in this area of the park. The Commonwealth cemetery is even the resting place of some people who were captured during "The Great Escape", a well known prisoner escape from a PoW camp in Zagan.

The park is home to the ruins of the Winiary Fortress which was built by the Prussians in the early 19th century and which was destroyed during the siege of Poznan in 1945.

The Museum of Arms is also located in the park. It exhibits a wide range of militaria documents, as well as several tanks, planes and other vehicles in the outdoor area, many of which can be seen even when not visiting the museum.

Many sculptures can be found all over the park, with the Headless Figures Scupture being probably the most popular one. It consists of 112 two metre tall headless figures made of cast iron. It was unveiled during Poznan's 750th anniversairy in 2002.

Humourous signs

by alancollins

Whilst I’m on my travels I love to find signs that have a normal meaning in their original language but mean something totally different in another language in this case English. One that springs to mind is the Austrian town called Fu**ing that is just a town name in German but has a different meaning in English. Whilst wandering around Poznan I found these 2 signs that brought a smile to my face.

In Your Pocket Guide

by HORSCHECK

I must admit that I am a huge fan of the "In Your Pocket" guides.

They are usually an excellent resource for information about travels to Eastern or Central European cities.

So I purchased the latest edition of the "Poznan - In Your Pocket guide" at the Tourist Information Office for 5 Zloty.

It not only provides helpful basics, but also many off the beaten path tips and background information, which I didn't find in any other guides. Apart from that the restaurant reviews are entertaining to read and sometimes even helpful.

Website: http://www.inyourpocket.com/

Wierd casino

by dd99

The Orbis casino at the Novotel (centrum - the one at the southern edge of the city center) is WELL worth a visit.

It used to be a nightclub and the interior looks like something out of a 60's caricature - burgundy drapes, deep red carpets, lots of yellow and brown smoked glass, wierd designs on the ceiling, red leather swivel chairs at the bar....

Doesn't cost anything to get in (you have to register though, bring ID). Don;t feel obliged to play (you can spend a few zl at the slots if feeling guilty...)

Open from 8 pm

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