I don't really have any impression of Poland, and I just passed by this time. But the biggest advantage of a walk-and-go trip is that there are always surprises along the way.
Poznan is also considered to be a big Polish city, but like many famous European cities, it not only has a modern atmosphere, but also has the charm of an ancient city. The old buildings are very colorful, and even the adjacent buildings will be naughty and colorful. Very likable
As a city landmark, the cathedral is located in the city center and is also the tallest building in the city. The entrance square still retains the medieval traditional fountain sculptures and the bluestone road. The dancing here is very medieval and dreamy.
The church is very magnificent when viewed from the outside. When I go inside, I find that the church is magnificent and magnificent. There are several tombs of dukes in the church. The environment inside the church is very good and clean. The surroundings of the church can be called the green mountains and clear waters.
The church is very magnificent, and there are tombs of several dukes. The surrounding environment is very good, on the Cathedral Island outside the city, the landscape is alternating and refreshing.
The Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul is on the periphery of the Old Town Square. The earliest building has a history of more than a thousand years. After two destructions by fire and war, the current building was rebuilt after World War II, and its status is not high in the history of architectural design.
As the capital of the Greater Poland province and once the capital of Poland, it is now one of the largest industrial, transportation, cultural, educational and scientific centers in Poland. The air is fresh, the city is clean, there are no chaotic vendors, no crowds, and everything is in order. Sheraton Hotel This hotel has a good reputation, the service is also very warm and efficient, although it can be seen from the outside that the hotel is very old, but it does not affect its hardware standard is still very high. Breakfast can be enjoyed in the restaurant on the 1st floor, and the American restaurant on the first floor of the hotel is more rich. The location is excellent, only half an hour walk from the city attractions. The Cathedral of St. Peter's Basilica, also known as the Cathedral of Poznan, is located about 1 km east of the Old Town Square in Poznan, surrounded by rivers. Built in 968, this cathedral is the first Christian church in Poznan. It still retains the original gothic look and the original Renaissance style inside. Among them, the Byzantine Golden Chapel, where three kings and five dukes of the Polish dynasty are buried, climbs the 124th steps to the top of the church tower and enjoys a wonderful view of the old part of Poznan. The town hall of Poznan, the landmark building on the old town square, was built in the 13th century, typical of the Renaissance. It is now open as the Museum of History of Poznan, which shows the history of Poznan from the 11th century to 1945. Every day at 12 noon, the small door above the clock on the top of the City Hall bell tower opens, and the two metal goats come out of the bell tower and strike each other 12 times. A must see once. The National Museum displays 19th and 20th century Polish paintings as well as works of eminent Western European artists. Some of the modern Polish art and special exhibitions are included. The King's Castle is a unique one in Poznan with a wide variety of buildings. It was built by the king of the time, and the king's castle was built in the middle of the 13 century, and it is the oldest king's residence in existence. Every year on November 11, Poznan residents eat the croissant, one of the most proud foods of Poznan, and visitors to Poznan can visit the process of making the croissant. You can also experience making Martin Croissant with your own hands.