Meeting with the guide for example at 9:00 a.m. by the statue of Pope John Paul II on the Cathedral Island (Ostrów Tumski) or in the hotel. The programme includes:
The Cathedral Island: the psalter building, Saint Marry’s Church, the Cathedral where first rulers of Poland were buried, the remains of the I and II Cathedral, the circle of chapels e.g. Górka Chapel, the Golden Chapel with the remains of Mieszko I and Bolesław Chrobry, the Royal Chapel, Archdiocese Museum, the former Lubrański Academy building.
The Old Market Square: the front elevation of the Renaissance Town Hall, the four fountains of Proserpine, Mars, Apollo and Neptune, merchants’ houses, the Pillory, the Goats fight on the Town Hall Tower at 12:00, Górka Palace, Parish Church of St. Stanislaus – one of the most beautiful Baroque churches in Poland, the Goats’ sculpture on Collegiate Square, St. Jan Nepomucen statue, Bamber’s statue, the old city balance, former home building to the Royal Guard called Odwach, Działyński Palace.
Entrance to Poznan Croissant Museum where during the show it is possible to: discover recipe and ingredients used in the preparation of St. Martin Croissants, listen to legends about its origin, bake St. Martin Croissants with the use of traditional utensils, watch multimedia animation of Poznan’s history highlights, explore tenement house historic Renaissance interiors.
Przemysł Hill: the Royal Castle, the statue of the 15th Lancers Division, model of Old Poznań (entrance).
The Freedom Square: former Bazar Hotel, Raczyński Library, National Museum, Arcadia Building.
Adam Mickiewicz Square and its surrounding: The University buildings, the Opera Building, The Emperors Castle, the Fountain with lions