Hotel Trawinski

Ul Zniwna 2, Poznan, Central Poland, 61-663, Poland
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Train ticket Poznan - Berlin

by HORSCHECK

Hello VT members and friends,

I will be in Poznan in the middle of April. I have the idea of returning back to Germany by train. Does anyone have an idea how much a single train ticket from Poznan to Berlin is?

Are there any buses serving this route? How much are they and how long does the bus trip take?

Thanks a lot for your help

HORSCHECK

Re: Train ticket Poznan - Berlin

by HansDK

DB website will sell you a one-way ticket for about EUR 33, buying in Poland will most likely be cheaper. You can request a ticket quote from Polrail here:
http://www.polrail.com/sections/store/quoteprice.html

There is a daily bus connection that takes about 5 hours - one-way from PLN 149.
http://www.eurolinespolska.pl/index.php?lang=en

Re: Train ticket Poznan - Berlin

by mona28

yes it is train from Poznan to Berlin, also there are some privat buses.
enjoy Your trip!
;)

Re: Train ticket Poznan - Berlin

by xdescendx

You can also try this site for a train to Berlin from Poznan Glowny.

In English.

http://www.intercity.pl/?page=home_page

Travel Tips for Poznan

Stary Rynek (Old Market Square)

by HORSCHECK

The Stary Rynek is the central square of the city and probably the starting point of every sightseeing tour. It was established in the middle of the 13th century.

I have listed its main buildings under "Things to do". Other interesting sights include:

The corners of the Old Market square are home to four fountains representing Apollo, Poseidon, Mars and the kidnapping of Prosperine.

The City Scale (Waga miejska) can be found behind the Old Town Hall. It was the building where all goods to be sold on the market had to be weighted.

Just in front of the Old Town Hall stands the Pilory, dating from 1535. On its top stands a statue of the executioner of Poznan who holds a sword.

The house no. 78 at the western frontage of the square is the Dzialynski Palace which was constructed in the late 1770's. The classicist facade is topped by a sculpture of a pelican.

Watch as the clock strikes the hour...

by marishabandb

Watch as the clock on the City Hall in the Market Square strikes the hour. Mechanical goats appear and enact a charming little scene to amuse the audience gathered below to watch.

You can explore this splendid Renaissance City Hall, the Przemyslaw, the Fara Palaces and the many art museums, all in this small area of the city.

The market square is a lovely place to just sit and watch the world go by from one of the many open-air cafes and restaurants. Throughout the summer, there are also many fairs, markets and concerts taking place in the square. 1976 - our first visit back to Poland - and my 9-yr-old son's reaction on being introduced to a similarly aged Polish girl (Marcus spoke no Polish and she no English). Her name was Justyna, but as with all Polish names, there is a family diminutive used, so she was introduced to Marcus as Justynka (this is pronounced "You-Stink-A"). Marcus looked at her in amazement and said:
'You what?!!'
'YOU-STINK-A' she shouted.
'I WHAT?!?!?' cried Marcus, beginning to lose control.
'YOU-STINK-A. YOU-STINK-A,' we all loudly and clearly chorused together.
'YOU-STINK-A! YOU-STINK-A? WHO-STINK-A?' he spluttered helplessly, as tears of laughter rolled down his cheeks, and he squirmed between embarrassment, disbelief and amusement. And as my mother tried to translate and explain why he had turned into a gibbering idiot, we all ended up with tears of laughter rolling down our cheeks.

Polish beer

by HORSCHECK

Poland is famous for a vodka-drinking tradition. Nevertheless, there are some really tasty Polish beers.

The most popular beer in Poznan seems to be the locally brewed Lech beer. The history of beer production in the Poznan area dates back to the 15th century, although the brand name "Lech" was only established in 1992.

Another well know beer brand in Poland is Tyskie beer, which is brewed in Tychy, where a brewery was mentioned in the early 17th century for the first time.

Since 1999 both Lech and Tychy beer belong to the Polish Kompania Piwowarska, which is majority-owned by SABMiller.

Free map and brochures

by HORSCHECK

The Tourist Information Offices in Poznan are very well equipped with all sorts of free brochures and maps.

We got a helpful free map straight away at the airport information desk. Besides the main sights it also included information about the public transportation network.

Another excellent brochure is the latest edition of the free guide The Visitor, which among others includes detailed descriptions of most sights.

Poznan's main Tourist Information Office can be found at the Stary Rynek 59 (Old Market Square).

Website:
http://www.poznan.pl/

Villages

by Lord-Vini

If you are brave enough to ventre into the country side, don't be surprised if you can't find a shop or anything in a village. There may not even be one or it may be tucked away never for you to find it. Also don't be surprised if you go to a gas station and there is no gas there!

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