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The most popular tour of Poznan with a guide. Guides from the City Guide Poznań are distinguished by the fact that our company offers comprehensive planning of the trip program.
Current price list for guided tours. Additionally, a price list of admission tickets to the visited objects is available.
Saint Martin Croissants
If the group is also interested in culinary tourism – you can enrich the program with a tasting of famous regional delicacies.
city from the drone
First in Poland we offer the possibility of making a drone video from city tour. Order a videorelated tour and enjoy shots not available in any other way.
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A splendid piece of Baroque architecture, a must-see for every tourist in Poznań. Its breathtaking interiors, the delightful sound of Friedrich Ladegast’s organ, a magnificent facade and the nearby buildings of former Jesuit College and present-day ballet school all together coalesce into an amazing complex. Words cannot describe it; you must see it yourself!
St. Peter and Paul’s Cathedral Basilica – one of the oldest churches on Polish soil and the oldest Polish cathedral (from 968 AD). Penned in on a small island of Ostrów Tumski, it is where the first Polish rulers were buried, and presumably where Mieszko I, the first ruler of Poland, was baptised.
Considered to be the most beautiful Renaissance building north of the Alps, erected in the 13th or 14th C. The superb facade, the attic imitating city walls, its Gothic vaults as well as the classical-style tower adorned with two head-butting goat kids that emerge at noon are admired by every visitor. The building houses the Read more about Town Hall[…]
Located only 20 km away from Poznań, this stupendous castle and the nearby arboretum create an amazing attraction. In this outstanding place you will see the living conditions of 19th century Polish wealthy nobles.
The last castle in Europe that was built for a living emperor. It was converted into Hitler’s residence under Albert Speer’s supervision. Thus the interiors present a Nazi German architecture that is unique to Europe. Presently it is a cultural centre with the Museum of the Poznań Uprising June 1956.
An example of the so-called Wilhelmian style; the building houses collections of Western European paintings as well as other works of art from antiquity, the Middle Ages and rich collections of Polish Art Gallery including contemporary works.
In this wonderful Baroque palace you can learn about the Raczyńskis, an eminent family in the Wielkopolska region. You can go for a walk in the surrounding park, which is the site of famous historic oaks, or choose the gallery and get a taste of Polish art, namely of paintings by Jan Matejko, Jacek Malczewski Read more about Rogalin[…]