Set on the first floor of a row house just steps from the old market square, this vacation home rental in Poland packs a lot of style into a compact space.
The all in one studio features high ceilings and large windows that flood the interiors with light, creating a feeling of expansiveness.
Completely restored, the room is designed with comfort and unique style in mind and was inspired by the spirit of Havana.
The space sleeps two and includes a kitchenette, dining area and marble bathroom.
24-hour self-check-in with key safe and access code. Wifi, satellite cable TV, kitchen and bath amenities, paid parking.
Split almost directly down the middle by the Warta River, Poznan in western Poland is the country’s most colorful city, with it’s ancient origins dating back to the 10th century when the country was founded. The first settlements were actually on Cathedral Island between the forks of the Warta River and was the residence of Poland’s first king and its religious roots. Today, it’s a quiet and quaint settlement of cobblestone streets and squares and one of the greenest places in the city.
Halfway between Warsaw and Berlin, the town pulses with the youthful energy of a university town and business hub.
The central Old Market square was established 1253 and features vibrant, candy-colored row houses with lively cafes, restaurants and pubs adjacent to the majestic Town Hall and 16th-century merchants’ houses. The late-Renaissance Town Hall is a well preserved beauty and houses the most important museum in the city Don’t miss the three day street fair Jarmark Świętojański (St John’s Fair) in June.
Poznan, Poland. Nearest Airport: Poznań Ławica (7km)
BEST TIME TO VISIT: Spring through Fall for the best weather
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