All flights from North America to Poznan
Welcome to Poznan
When a trip to Poland is calling your name, why not pay a visit to one of the country's most important cultural, industrial, and historical cites? Poznan is located in west-central Poland and has a slough of museums and historical sites nestled within its charming old town. Thanks to a large student population, the city has an upbeat and young vibe. Find your cheap flight to Poznan with Condor.
All it takes is a stroll into Poznan's main square to fall in love with this city. During the day, the square is a-buzz with tourists and by night students, tourists, visiting business people, and locals come together for the great selection of entertainment, bars and restaurants. Condor has attractive flights to this exciting Polish city from most major USA airports. Find your cheap flight today.
Condor flights to Poznan are convenient and cheap. Whether you depart from the east coast, Midwest, or west coast, we have great connecting flights to get you to Poznan. You will definitely have to transfer at least once during your journey, most likely in Frankfurt. Rest assured that we will find you the most desirable flight plan available. Our cheap flights get you there in comfort.
All Condor flights arrive at the Poznan–Ławica Henryk Wieniawski Airport. The airport is located about 4 miles from the city center. After your trans-Atlantic flight, why not simply jump in one of the many taxis available and be whisked away to your accommodation? You can also rent a car; this allows you the freedom to explore the city and surroundings on your own schedule. Condor's cheap flights bring you to the heart of this lovely region. Get out and explore!
Top attractions in Poznan
Town Hall Clock Tower
Just before noon every day you will see crowds of people gather in front of the Town Hall with its imposing 200-foot tower. Why? To see the clock strike noon! Every day two metal goats pop out through a pair of small doors above the clock and butt their horns together 12 times.
This double-towered cathedral was built atop an old Roman cathedral from the 10th century. The cathedral is a bit of a hodge-podge in terms of architectural styles, with the majority being Gothic structure. Inside is the mausoleum of the first two Polish rulers, Mieszko I and Bolesław Chrobry.
This expansive park was once the site of a massive Prussian fortress. The Germans used this fortress to defend themselves at the end of WWII and the ensuing battle left little but rubble. Citadel Park now has two museums and cemeteries for Polish, Soviet, and British soldiers.
This intriguing museum has an extensive collection of some of the most important Polish works of art with an emphasis on the last two centuries. Famous Polish artists such as Jan Matejko, Jacek Malczewski, and Tadeusz Makowski can be found here.
The Poznan Zoo is one of the oldest zoos still functioning in Europe. Giraffes and zebras roam about in open spaces. Some of the original 19th-century facilities are home to various bird species, otters, alpacas, reptiles, and more.