Exchange offices are located at the Railway Station, at the airport and in the city centre, as well as in shopping centres. Money can also be exchanged in banks.

Addresses of selected exchange offices:

1.      ul. 27 Grudnia 9, Poznan, tel. +48 61 852 95 71

2.      ul. Polwiejska 42, Poznan, tel. +48 61 859 64 66, Stary Browar (Level -1)

3.      Plac Wolnosci 14, Poznan, tel. +48 61 851 61 27

4.      ul. Glogowska 16, Poznan, tel. +48 61 866 63 13

5.      ul. Grobla 1a, Poznań, tel. +48 61 851 61 75


Poznan's municipal transportation network is very well developed, including 20 tram and over 50 bus lines.

There are two types of tickets: those for a set length of time (10 and 40 minutes or 1,2. 3 and 7 days), or PEKA card.

Approximate travel times are shown on special signs at tram and bus stops, and are also available on the Internet.  

Tourists should consider taking a ride on the Maltanka Park Rail, running from Maltanka Station in Śródka to Zwierzyniec at the New Zoo. Operating from early spring to autumn.

The city tourist lines are also an interesting attraction, making it possible to travel around the city in a historic tram or on one of the famous "cucumbers" (a Czechoslovakian bus popular in Poland during the communist times).

If you want to learn more about municipal transportation in Poznan, contact:,


The interior of a 19th century pharmacy... Egyptian mummies... Munitions....Traditional and unique museums abound, such as the only Museum of Musical Instruments in Poland. The collections of Poznan-based museums will attract art lovers, bookworms and other aficionados. Admission is free to many museums with the Poznan City Card.


Poznan is an important centre of music in Poland. It is here that many choirs and groups of world stature were first established, including the Poznanskie Słowiki and Arte dei Suonatori. Many prominent figures of the Polish musical stage have been and still are connected with Poznan: Krzysztof Komeda, Conrad Drzewiecki, Ewa Wycichowska, Agnieszka Duczmal... 

If you are interested in receiving an up-to-date list of music events in Poznan, contact:


The tasks of the Municipal Guard include keeping the peace in public places, monitoring traffic, as well as protecting municipal and public property. Emergency notifications can be made:

- By phone, to the Duty Officer (24h), tel. 986

- By email:

- By text message (for the deaf): +48 606 98 69 86.


Poznan's monuments commemorate both the old rulers of Poland and the time when the city flourished - the golden age of the 16th century golden age. Monumental, representative edifices coexist with beautiful townhouses of diverse designs, and broad streets and thoroughfares in charming corners of the Old Town.

Each part of Poznan is unique in character. You can choose between the magic of the medieval Ostrów Tumski and Śródka, the Renaissance and Baroque air of the Old Town, the big city attitude of the Downtown Śródmieście district or the Art Nouveau-infused Jeżyce, Łazarz and Wilda.

A tourist can feel like a ruler striding through the corridors of the Imperial Castle, a business mogul when visiting the building of the Old Brewery and the Poznan Financial Centre, or respectable bourgeoisie strolling along the streets of the villa district of Sołacz.

Poznan's magic, visible in its history and legends, is also present today. Poznan is a downright mysterious city, demanding to be discovered! In the courtyards of the Art Nouveau districts, in the nooks and crannies of Ostrów Tumski, in the corridors of its stronghold and in the alleys of the Citadel Park, a magical aura lingers on... 

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