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Ul Sw Wawrzynca 96, Poznan, Central Poland, 60-541, Poland
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public transport: Poznan airport - Suchy Las

by irenabo

Hi there,

i am planning a trip to Suchy Las. I will fly in at Poznan airport. Just wondering is there public transportation i can use to get to Suchy Las (not too complicated, as i do not speak the language - if i get lost not sure I will make it;))

If not - are taxis ok to use? How expensive that might be from the ariport?

thanks a lot!

Re: public transport: Poznan airport - Suchy Las

by sihi


You have to check busses, maybe some local bus stops there. I checked in internet that Suchy Las locates only 8 km from Poznan old town - taxy is probably ok.

Re: public transport: Poznan airport - Suchy Las

by henrykkanada

The bus line ZKP Suchy Las provides service to/from PKS Bus Terminal (Poznań Dworzec autobusowy PKS) on lines:
905 Poznań Dworzec autobusowy PKS - Chludowo
906 Poznań Dworzec autobusowy PKS - Złotniki
See map:
Fare is 4 ZL plus 4 ZL for baggage.

Travel Tips for Poznan

History I

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

The first Polish prince Mieszko I was christened nearby to Poznan in Gniezno in 966. Soon his son Boleslaw Chrobry was proclaimed as the king. He began the dynasty of Piasts which rolled the country almost three and a half century.

In those days Poznan was the main administrative and military center of the Polish state. Poznan was the capital of Poland till 1038 then the capital was moved to Krakow. Crafts actively developed there, and by the end of XIV century Poznan became the important center of European trade.

In Renaissance, thanks to its position on the Warta River and close to German border, Poznan was one of the main trade centers in Europe.

Churches of Poznan


Poznan is home to numerous churches. I have listed many of the ones we visited in the "Things to do" section.

Beside these, we also came across the following worth mentioning churches:

The Jesuit Church is also called the Church of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and Our Lady of Consolation. Its present appearnce dates back to the early 18th century. The church stands at the street ul. Szewska 18.

The Church of St. John of Jerusalem can be found at the northwestern end of the Lake Malta. Its history dates back to the 12th century and it is therefore Poznan's second oldest church.

The St. Martin Church was first mentioned in a document from 1244. It is therefore one of the oldest parish churches in Poznan, but unfortunatly it suffered the most damages during WWII. The church is situated southwest of the Stary Rynek at ul. Sw. Marcin 13.

The All Saints Church was erected at the street ul. Grobla as an evangelic church between 1777 and 1787. It features elements of Late Baroque as well as Neoclassical style.

The history of the Saint Mary Church dates back to the 13th century. It was damaged several times over the centuries. The church is located at the crossing of the streets Wroniecka and Masztalarska.

Visit the Old Market...

by kukaracza

Visit the Old Market Square
This is the centre of Poznan. In the middle you'll find the Town Hall, and surrounding lovely tenements. If you don't have a lot of time, just come here, sit in one of the cafes and feel the athmosphere of this magic place..

Young people in Poznan's churches

by Kuznetsov_Sergey

My following supervision in a church of Poznan concerns probably more customs of Russia than customs of Poland.

For Polish Catholics it is no wonder a plenty of youth in church. For Russian orthodox it is surprising to see so many youth as we saw in Poznan's church.

Older persons go to Russian churches as a rule. Schoolboys, schoolgirls and students can be seen only on great church holidays. In Poznan we saw the church filled by students in an usual week-day.

Relaxing Oasis in the midst of the city

by ut_eagle

If you want to sit and relax in a peaceful park, check out Park Wilsona and feed the ducks or take pictures by the waterfall or tap into your inner child and play in the sandbox, or check out the botanical gardens. You might even get lucky and stumble upon a free concert in the ampitheatre! Whatever your age, you will find something you enjoy in this huge park.

From the main train station, walk towards McDonald's (there are signs from the train station pointing you in that direction!). Keep going past McD's, pass the first traffic light and keep walking straight. Just past the first set of buildings, the park entrance will be on your right. It's about 10-15 minutes walk from the train station.


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