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  • Keith P
    West Midlands, UK4 contributions
    Very big , interesting to walk around with lots to see and a very big amber market in the middle, lots of places to visit , eat and see with very cheap places to eat but the highest quality. I would recommend anyone to go with or without children.
    Written May 25, 2023
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  • Rye B
    Poznan, Poland24 contributions
    I've visited over a dozen town squares/centers throughout Poland and this one might actually be the best. It's most definitely Top 2--the other being the square in Krakow. There are gnomes everywhere, which makes it for a good fun time. There were local vendors set up selling crafts and merchandise. Lots of restaurants to dine at. The City Hall is ornate and wonderfully constructed in and of itself, is worth the visit. The buildings are very colorful and you can get a swell, elevated view of the square from the tower at Saint Elisabeth's Church. If you're in Wroclaw visit this square!
    Written March 26, 2023
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  • BossDublinIreland
    Ireland17 contributions
    Lovely church on the main square. Worth a visit, think it worked out about 3 euros to enter. Not a huge church but very ornate decor. The bugler sounds on the hour every hour from this church
    Written May 9, 2023
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  • StarboySolo
    21 contributions
    It is a great way to do a Scavenger Hunt alone, with your partner or with your kids. There are hundreds of dwarfs across the city. I was able to find some of them. It was definitely a fun experience.
    Written May 20, 2023
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  • mrskrun
    Larvik, Norway2,832 contributions
    Old Town Market Square is the center of Old Town. Beautiful square to explore. Lots of restaurants in the area. We dined in one of the restaurants there and it was a fantastic experience (Kuchnia Warszawska).
    Written May 24, 2023
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  • Deanosaur89
    Edmonton, Canada1,891 contributions
    This street was the highlight of the Old Town of Gdansk and probably had one of the best entrances to all the old towns we saw in Poland with the Green Gate entrance. Sights you cannot miss are the Town Hall, Neptune's Fountain and the colourful buildings. The view east will also get some very nice pictures and it is worth your time. There are many restaurants, cafes, bars, tourist information stores and souvenir shops along this street. We spent about an hour walking through this area and could have spent more if we picked out a restaurant along this street.
    Written May 5, 2023
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  • MD.05
    11 contributions
    The most amazing thing in Warsaw I would say. Can't imagine Warsaw without this gorgeous, tall and big monument. The only problem is that they don't turn lights up every day.
    Written April 4, 2023
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  • pawel_hbg
    Sopot, Poland9,930 contributions
    Castle Square is a historic square in front of the Royal Castle – the former official residence of Polish monarchs. It is also popular meeting place for tourists and locals.
    Written May 22, 2023
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  • SaleDamc
    Sale, UK439 contributions
    Like many old squares in Poland, Poznan's is surrounded by beautiful old buildings, of many shapes and sizes, with a lovely old Town Hall at it's heart. Although it is undergoing major construction work, the bars and restaurants are still open and many were doing good business. It can be a little tricky, walking round but it is worth the effort, just to get a feel for this place. Poznan is a beautiful and I would love to come back, once the building work is completed, to see it, in all it's glory.
    Written March 26, 2023
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  • Karianne R
    Haugesund, Norway7 contributions
    Mariacha street is located about two or three streets to the right of the main street Dluga Targ, going upwords from the river. You will find several tables selling amber, and a few shops. The best thing is the atmosphere, with tall houses and balkonies with the old gargoyles. The polish word for gargoyle meens "to puke" 😊.
    Written May 23, 2023
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  • Raintree_Thailand
    Bangkok, Thailand3,464 contributions
    Very pleasant street, lined with shops, churches, attractive buildings, and many cafes and restaurants. This is the southern part of the Royal Road of Kings, connecting with Krakowskie Przedmiescie.
    Written January 3, 2023
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  • Craig H
    5 contributions
    The wonderful Lwowska1 hotel where we stayed was directly adjacent to this poignant site. Make sure you read up on what the site signify’s before visiting. It is FREE.
    Written May 6, 2023
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  • Tina K.
    1 contribution
    The Royal Road from the Royal Palace in Old Town to Wilanow Palace. Great architecture with impressive palaces, monuments, churches. A great place to walk and admire culture, art and history.
    Written January 15, 2023
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  • Deanosaur89
    Edmonton, Canada1,891 contributions
    The croissant museum goes over the history of the St. Martin's Croissant and the preparation of the croissant including demonstration and lots of audience participation. This was very interactive for families with children but they did get adults involved as well - everyone was welcome to put on an apron and a chef's hat but the presenter would ask for certain age groups to join him at different times. The presenters are very funny as well.

    We had a short time window while in Poznan so we booked a Polish show at 11:00. They explained to us that the presentation would be in Polish and the shows for English speakers are at 14:00 but we were prepared for this going in. Our one friend speaks Polish and was very entertained and we got the jest of it all so we enjoyed it too.

    If you go to the 11:00 show you will also get the best view of the famous Poznan goats at the top of the clock tower at 12:00. There are also lots of opportunities to take pictures of the croissant making process for the famous St. Martin's Croissant. They also explain what certificate to look for when you go to a bakery in Poland that claims to make the croissant, the weight of the croissant (which can be quite heavy) and some very funny jokes. Please note that this is more of a presentation than an a museum so expect to stay for about 50 minutes for the presentation and leave. The presenters are available for questions afterwards and we did take some photos.

    The cost to go is 35 zloty and tickets can be purchased online or at the door. The croissant museum is located in Old Town Poznan near the market Square and town hall. We thought it was worthwhile and I enjoyed eating the croissants but it is a different style that might not be for everyone.
    Written May 17, 2023
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  • Jana C
    Prague, Czech Republic4,653 contributions
    The main town square is not as picturesque as the Wroclaw one but it's still attractive and worth visiting as you can fin the Town Hall here and other interesting buildings.
    Written July 25, 2022
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