|Popular in||July||High demand for flights, 14% potential price rise|
|Cheapest in||February||Best time to find cheap flights, 5% potential price drop|
|Average price||AED 2,461||Average for round-trip flights in January 2021|
The August and September months are the ideal time to book flights to Pozna?, as rainfall is low while temperatures are a warm 21°C. Much of the cultural and music festivals take place throughout the summer months, such as the Transatlantyk festival and The Malta Festival Pozna?.
Cheap flights to Poznan tend to be available during the beginning of a new year, from January to March, as the low season is an unpopular time to travel due to the school season. This is the Polish winter season so be sure to come armed with thermals, jumpers and woolly hats. The weather cools down remarkably during these months dipping to a chilly 2 degrees Celsius. Most of the visitors arrive on flights to Poznan during the winter months will be skiers or savvy tourist looking to save on costs.
Situated in the west-central area of Poland, Poznan is a populous and highly modern metropolitan city, with plenty of appealing attractions and shopping opportunities. The city has received many globally recognised awards for art and quality of living. Much of the city is ancient, dating as far back as the 11th century, and today the Old Town is still quite sizable, filled with many historic attractions. The city is located midway between Warsaw and Berlin, and with its excellent transport links, serves as the ideal location for a trip to other destinations throughout Poland and Germany. As one of the many cultural and historic cities of Europe, Poznan is brimming with museums, historical locations, and modern attractions such as activities, restaurants, and shopping areas. The central part of the city is dominated by the Old Market Square (Stary Rynek), a district where those with an appreciation for history and culture can enjoy an authentic taste of Poland. There are plenty of restaurants, market stalls and boutiques within the Square to satisfy the shoppers. There is an abundance of museums and historical buildings in the city centre, such as Fara Church, Ratusz Poznanski town hall, and even a croissant museum. Poznan zoo, just a short walk from Adam Mickiewicz University in the city centre, is full of exotic animals such as tigers, rhinos, and flamingos. Plenty of outdoor activities are available for the adventurous types, such as the Malta Ski slopes, Obstacle Course and Adventure Park, and Octopus Water Park.
Poznan has an extensive transport infrastructure, including trams, rail, bus and taxis. The main railways station is Pozna? Central Station to the southwest of the city centre. There is also the east-west A2 motorway which connects directly to Berlin and Warsaw.
Passengers on flights to Poznan will land at Pozna?-?awica Airport (POZ), and you can reach the city centre by public or private transport. There are airport taxis outside the terminal which operate at a fixed price. Shuttle services are much cheaper, and run a regular service to the city centre or an Express Line to Pozna? Central Station.