Free map and brochures
Miscellaneous: 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).
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In Your Pocket Guide
Miscellaneous: 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.
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Luggage and bags: Pack an extra bag or two. Poznan is a great shopping centre, and if you go to the Trade Fair, you come away with so many freebies, you'll need extra bags to cope with it all.
Photo Equipment: Film and developing is expensive in Poland, so I recommend you bring as much as you think you will need.
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