Fantasy Park is a great entertainment centre-club situated in shoping centre Poznan Plaza.
Fantasy Park has 3 rooms - dancefloor with bar, bowling room, biliard room.
Very nice place for amusement. Good dance music is played. Bar offers good drinks (from coffe to coclails).
Dress Code: No special dress requirements. Esthetic appearance is enough.
In bowling room you can get special shoes.
At my age, nightlife spots beyond the theatre, movies or a nice restaurant aren't of very much interest.
But Poznan has a huge international audience visiting regularly, so clubs, bars, discos and casinos cater for all their needs. You won't be bored in Poznan. And don't forget, Poles LOVE to dance and dance very well.
Good nightclub in one of Poznan old town cellars. There 2-3 rooms. In one dancefloor with music - dj playes. Bar, comfortable sitting places.
Buing 2 beers get 1 or 2 for free or something like that.
Dress Code: No shorts, t-shorts
A nice pub near the stary rynek. Dark, smoky, and with two fusball (or table football) tables, it makes a nice place to spend long hours (this pub is open later than most bars in Poznan). But beware about those fusball tables. They look free, but the bartender will yell at you and demand ten zloties for a half hour of playing. Just smile nicely and she'll wave the fee.
Dress Code: Come as you are.
A nice bar, right on the rynek, that is NON-SMOKING. Not too expensive, and you can often listen to live jazz or blues. There's a CD store that is open during the day. Good selection, good music, and comfortable seats make this place my favorite place in the rynek.
Dress Code: Come as you are
Lizard King is a popular bar / music venue that takes its music theme seriously. Not only does it have some of the loudest bands in Poznan their drink menu reads like a list of rock & roll hall of fame
Dress Code: Be Cool
Quite near the Stary Rynek, this bar is my favorite spot to end a pub crawl. The walls are lined with what looks like thousands of paperbacks yellowing from both age and smoke. The bar itself is covered with notes and business cards of visitors past.
The bar staff is quite friendly and speak English. The bar is usually packed with friendly locals and they keep a chessboard behind the bar if you are up for a drunken challenge (not recommended). On the bar at any given time you will also find bread and smalec (lard in a jar). The locals love it, but I can't bear the sight of the stuff.
Beer is cheap, 1.50 USD a glass.
Dress Code: Naked, if you so wish. Otherwise come as you are.
In the Poznan town square there are lost of bars as you would expect. The Irish pub was very nice and there is another bar which brews it's own beer in it's celler! Sorry I can't remember what it's called.
This is the club of medical students (situated at the medical student hostel), but everyone can come here. Different music, many concerts make this place special.
The place has a wonderful athmosphere, it's one of my favourite places in Poznan. They serve a extraordinary hot apple pie wit icecream...Yummie!!
A 'Little Paris' in the middle of the city. Good coffee, tea; great ice-cream and cakes. In summer - romantic garden.
Good Irish Pub. Irish and Polish Beer. Atmosphere for good fun, many foreign visitors comes here. It is proper to come big group - big hall.