Poznan Free Walking Tour

Poznan free walking tour takes you to discover the charming city of Poznan in western Poland known for its rich history and cultural heritage. Its Old Town is a highlight, featuring medieval and Renaissance architecture, including the impressive Poznan Cathedral, St. Stanislaus Church, and the charming Old Market Square. Poznan is also famous for its vibrant arts and culture scene, with numerous galleries, museums, and theaters showcasing the best of Polish art and literature. Whether you’re interested in history, culture, or simply soaking up the local atmosphere, Poznan has something to offer every visitor.

General information

Meeting point: Old Market Square

Start times: 11:00 hrs / 18:00 hrs

Duration: 2 hours

Language: English

Availability: Everyday

Price: Tip only basis

Note: Booking this tour is mandatory

Free Walking Tour Poznan – Itinerary

Free walking tour Poznan starts at the Old Market Square, which is the heart of the city and home to many historic buildings, such as the Town Hall and the Old Town Hall. In the center of the square is a beautiful fountain, the town hall, and the St. Mary’s Church, which is the largest church in the city and is known for its unique wooden altarpiece, which is one of the largest in the world.

Another stop is the Imperial Castle, which was built in the 12th century and has been beautifully restored to its former glory. This castle was once the home of Polish royalty and is now a museum, showcasing the rich history and culture of the city. Visitors can explore the castle’s interior, including its chapel, throne room, and living quarters, and learn about the role it played in Polish history.

Lastly, no visit to Poznan is complete without a visit to the Poznan Cathedral, a beautiful Gothic structure that is over 600 years old. The cathedral is famous for its richly decorated interior, including its stained glass windows, ornate altars, and beautiful frescoes. Visitors can also climb the cathedral tower to enjoy panoramic views of the city and its surroundings. These three places provide a glimpse into the rich history and culture of Poznan and are a must-visit for anyone interested in learning more about this beautiful city.