The Town Hall Clock in Poznan is one of the city's major attractions [poi = 341591] [/ poi], if not the most famous attraction. The clock show takes place at 12 noon in the plaza brings to residents, tourists and curious. At this hour, the clock out two kids who struggle and are these little animals that produce such excitement. Not spectacular, but funny! The most important and characteristic building of the city of Poznan is the town hall, is located in the center of the square. The building is very nice, you look at the face that you look at, have things to see, inscriptions, paintings, windows, but the best is his watch (which I've talked about before). Gorgeous building.
Poznań is one of the oldest and biggest cities of Poland. It is between Berlin and Warsaw, 270 km and 300 km away, respectively. The loveliest thing about this city is the market square, with its lovely colors painted houses, cafes with terraces and its famous city hall whose clock has two kids fighting at noon. It is one of the attractions of the city. Around the square there are major points of interest except the cathedral which is one kilometer east. These attractions are the Jesuit school, St. Stanislaus Church, with its baroque interior and the Archaeological Museum among others. After Warsaw, the Polish city is being developed at a faster pace. Many international companies have created offices and factories here. The landscape of Poznan, hilly, was formed by glaciation. The tallest point of the city is Moraska Hill, next to which is the preserve "Morasko Meteorite", ie a group of craters formed by a meteorite that landed here about 5,000 years ago. The German occupation and the battles to liberate the city resulted in the destruction of a large part of Poznan (in the center about half of the buildings) which was completely reconstructed years later. It is one of the Polish cities with the most universities, so it is also a young city. It is a nice town and not many days are needed to view and enjoy.
Although some Polish don't agree, I think that the Polish trains are lovely. I find them charming precisely because they aren't modern and air-conditioned. If it's hot, you have to open the windows and increasing the noise. When it's that noisy, it seems more real, like I'm actually travelling by train. The wheels against the tracks, the whistle, these things make sounds and everything moves to accompany pleasantly drifting thoughts. In addition, they are reliable, and connect most of Poland.
The Old Market Square, or Stary Rynek as it's also called, is one of the largest in Poland. The prominent building is the town hall square. In him every day at 12:00 two small doors open, why get two goats and clash their horns.
The European Cup has brought many advantages, in particular the design of the Polish stadiums has been a plus, as it was a sort of competition to see which was the most beautiful stadium (the winner is said to be the National Stadium in Warsaw). The Poznan stadium has a basic field structure, giving the look of a giant turtle, but up close you see that it is a kind of canvas! To get there from the city center, it is best to go to Rondo Kaponieri and there take bus 63. After about 20 minutes, it will drop you off right next to the stadium!
Gniezno is a very tiny town. Considered one of the cradles of the Polish state, you can reach it very easily by train. Ideal to really see authentic Polish culture, with good restaurants at very affordable prices.