Avid swimmers will love Poznan's indoor swimming pools, including olympic-size swimming pool in The Termy Maltańskie sports and recreational complex, 1 Termalna Street, and its outdoor swimming pool (open in summer), POSIR, 34 Chwiałkowskiego Street.


Most souvenir shops in Poznan are located near the Old Market. Among the most popular items are those representing Poznan's billy-goats, the Bamberka, pyry, City Hall, the city's emblem and the spire of the Poznan International Fair.

The widest variety of souvenirs can be found at Salon Posnania, Ratajczaka st. 44, tel. +48 61 854 07 54


Poznan is a city of great sporting traditions, home to many clubs and sporting associations.   Every year, it hosts a number of events for amateurs and professionals, including the largest Polish marathon. The city's sports infrastructure is being developed all the time. The most modern venues in Poznan are the Municipal Stadium on Bulgarska Street and Termy Maltanskie on Termalna Street.

Tourists looking for active recreation should try out Poznan's extensive network of cycle paths, especially those around Poznan.

Water reservoirs located near Poznan offer a range of possibilities to spend free time, including swimming, kayaking, rowing or riding on water bicycles... Jogging fans will be happy with the many attractive paths crisscrossing Poznan's forests and the city itself, in the Citadel Park and at Lake Malta, also beloved by roller-bladers.

Selected sporting and recreational venues include


Poznan is a true capital of economy, finance and commerce. This can be seen in the number of shopping centres and shops. These attract the residents of Poznan and Wielkopolska, as well as tourists, especially when the sales start in winter (from the end of December to February), and summer (from the beginning of July to mid-August).

If you're interested in finding out more about trade and commerce in Poznan, contact: centrum@cim.poznan.pl

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