Even getting lost in this city would be a lucky coincidence, as there are a lot of incredible places waiting to be discovered just around the corner.
Just several dozen kilometres away from Poznan, there is a truly magical town – historically magical.
On November 11th 1918, after exactly 123 years under foreign partition, Poland reappeared on the map of Europe. Polish struggle for independence was long, turbulent and bloody.
We're only few days apart to one of the biggest national holidays of Poland, namely Independence Day. Many Polish cities celebrate it in a very solemn atmosphere. In Poznań, however, it is a special day for yet a different reason.