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What to do in Poznan for 3 days?


Scottyboimcfc 1 | 3
2 Nov 2010 #1
I am travelling to Poznan for 3 days to watch my football club, was just wondering where are the best places to drink/eat. Also interested in nightclubs and how I will be treated :).Im 21 so will party hard!

Thanks for your time Scott.
Bolle 1 | 147
2 Nov 2010 #2
Just google "agencje towarzyskie" or "kluby nocne" - this is all the info you english lads want to know in poland.

Good luck and have fun!
aphrodisiac 11 | 2,444
2 Nov 2010 #3
Good luck and have fun!

and take some cash
Maybe 12 | 409
2 Nov 2010 #4
Three days partying take around 1000zl. That should do it.
OP Scottyboimcfc 1 | 3
2 Nov 2010 #5
Taking about 1000zl so thanks :) will give you a review when I arrive back home.

Thanks Scott
delphiandomine 85 | 18,359
2 Nov 2010 #6
You'll be treated fine, when are you arriving? I could put you in contact with a few locals :)
michaelmansun 11 | 135
2 Nov 2010 #7
and take some cash

Reply Quo

Dont listen to aphrodisiac too much. His posts are a bit on the negative side always, as far as I can remember.

Poznan is a great place to visit. Go to the main square. There are a lot of nice cafes there. A nice variety. Italian, Ukranian. Some pizza places, if that's what you like. An outside art gallery.

There is a cinema just outside the square. Lot's of pubs. You will have fun, and the prices are not so bad.

Just have fun. 1000 zloty is fine. More than enough.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,359
2 Nov 2010 #8
Dont listen to aphrodisiac too much. His posts are a bit on the negative side always, as far as I can remember.

Her posts, and she's normally quite sane and not a fantastist.
grubas 12 | 1,391
4 Nov 2010 #9
Kolejorz-City 3:1 WOW!

will give you a review when I arrive back home.

So,how did you like it?
OP Scottyboimcfc 1 | 3
9 Nov 2010 #10
Flew to poznan airport paid 40zl for taxi to old square.

WHAT A BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO DRINK!

The women are simple stunning. The beer tastes fine and the food was lovely.

Polish people are very friendly and appreciated our custum.

Had abit of trouble with some locals but nothing the police couldn't handle, and was certainly not representative of Poznan.

Will be visiting again soon thank you Poland!
resident 1 | 27
11 Nov 2010 #11
Had abit of trouble with some locals but nothing the police couldn't handle, and was certainly not representative of Poznan.

football brings out the worse in a lot of people, especially when a touring English side lands on these shores; the natives feel they have something to prove. Delighted to hear you had a good time nonetheless, the city is certainly is worth a visit during times less tribal. In Brovaria, the city has one of the best microbreweries in the country. Proleteryat an excellent communist themed bar with obscure Polish beers, and some generally great drinkeries. A lovely place indeed.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,359
11 Nov 2010 #12
Had abit of trouble with some locals but nothing the police couldn't handle, and was certainly not representative of Poznan.

Morons. They should be ashamed of themselves.

Winding up the English is one thing, but causing trouble is just utterly unacceptable.

If you ever come back, give me a shout and I'll be glad to take you on a nice tour of some lesser known pubs ;)
resident 1 | 27
11 Nov 2010 #13
If you ever come back, give me a shout and I'll be glad to take you on a nice tour of some lesser known pubs ;)

I was unaware you were Poznan based until I checked your profile. Was working there a lot over summer, did you visit the cargo container? madness. The Belgian beer bar remains an eternal favourite though the owner (slawek?) took a distinct shine to getting me plastered on his most dangerous brews :) Za Kulisami, however, remains my eternal favourite for smokey nights collapsed in a heap.
jonni 16 | 2,485
11 Nov 2010 #14
There are some great places in Poznan. When I lived there, about 10 years ago, I wasn't especially happy, but love to visit now.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,359
11 Nov 2010 #15
I was unaware you were Poznan based until I checked your profile. Was working there a lot over summer, did you visit the cargo container? madness.

Oh yes - utterly surreal at times. It's sad that it's closed for winter now actually - it was great being able to go there and not have a clue what you might find, though there were some really dreadful "acts" there too! But really, I liked it most in the afternoons.

The Belgian beer bar remains an eternal favourite though the owner (slawek?) took a distinct shine to getting me plastered on his most dangerous brews :)

Christ, that place is lethal. Delirum Tremens is just plain dangerous :(

Za Kulisami, however, remains my eternal favourite for smokey nights collapsed in a heap.

There's quite a few places like that - there's one rather strange bar near U Hoznika that seems to exist solely for somewhere to go after you get kicked out of everywhere else. I don't even know its name (or if it has a name!) - but it was a really odd place, just for the utter collection of weirdos that end up there.

The thing I love about Poznan is the way that new bars always come and go - though it's annoying when you find somewhere nice, only for it to vanish a few weeks later!

The only thing I dislike about this city is the way that many pubs seem to insist on playing music at an ear-splitting level. I'm really not sure why - wouldn't they sell more if people can talk more?
resident 1 | 27
11 Nov 2010 #16
The thing I love about Poznan is the way that new bars always come and go - though it's annoying when you find somewhere nice, only for it to vanish a few weeks later!

The only thing I dislike about this city is the way that many pubs seem to insist on playing music at an ear-splitting level. I'm really not sure why - wouldn't they sell more if people can talk more?

I once had a strong dislike for the city mistaking it as, dare I say it, boring. Then I got off my arse and looked beyond the hotel bars and discovered a city that was comepletely nuts. And I mean that in a positive way. Amazing place for nightlife. I think the bar by U Honzika you refer too is 'Kiselice' or something simialar? a weird basement type place? Always something going on in Poznan, as much as I love life in Warsaw would dearly prefer living in Poznan nowadays.
Sidliste_Chodov 1 | 441
11 Dec 2011 #17
Flew to poznan airport paid 40zl for taxi to old square.

Did you land at the correct airport though? lol ;)

I'll be there for the first time after Christmas - bet it's freezing, but I like the cold.
delphiandomine 85 | 18,359
12 Dec 2011 #18
I'll be there for the first time after Christmas - bet it's freezing, but I like the cold.

If you're here on a Thursday, you should come to our weekly mee...excuse for drinking ;)
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Jamesjohn11
30 Apr 2014 #21
Merged: Poznan

I am visiting Poznan on the 8th-11th May 2014 and was wondering what Bars, Clubs & Pubs students go to the most? And where are the best places to go on Thursday, Friday & Saturday nights ?


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