|I will miss the cutest!|
There is a striking contrast between very old buildings and German constructions.
Tourism is kind of a new thing compared to the situation in Wroclaw.
I guess in ten years from now, Poznan will be a must in the traveller' s road to Poland.
Now, it feels as it is just starting. Again, as in most of the cities I have visited so far (in Poland) I did not find multicultural or multilingual variety.
The Main Square is the most beautiful part of Poznan. It has several old and narrow colourful buildings which now evoke the commerce stalls at the Medieval fairs. This is because after World War II, many of the old buildings were restored to the original states.
Food in Poznan is strongly influenced by German taste. But I kept on doing soup-tasting.
|A classic postcard from Poland|
|Drinking MATES in Poznan (yerba Pipore)|
|Bigos is a hunter' s stew. Stewed sawerkraut and cabbage with meat and mushrooms, served with bread or potatoes. This one was hand made and delicious!|
|A very cool vodka. Yes, I had to try some...|
There are cute details on the roofs, on the streets, on the walls.
Poznan is considered a "sleeping" town for people working nearby and it is also a university town. Coming here from Wroclaw, it was not a huge change; as both have similar "main attractions" to offer to the tourist. However, Poznan has a wild, authentic kind of beauty.
|Girls just wanna have fun|
|More trains, more roads...|
|Relaxing tiny town (picture taken after a visit to a small castle)|
|Another perfect place for a Capricorn: contact with Mother Earth|
|Warm and sunny|
Last activity in Poznan was attending a concert by the lake, while eating some cherries with vodka.