FDI 2016 Poznań, Poland

One day tours

VISIT THE 1306 SPA  »see details«

Spa 1306. A source of natural beauty. A new exclusive place in Poznań. In the Termy Maltańskie complex, away from the hustle and bustle of a big city, we ensure peace for the body and soul. 17 professionally equipped massage rooms are ready for the most demanding customers.
The Spa staff are specialists with wide knowledge and experience. Having top-class equipment, they select suitable rituals, massages or baths on the basis of the latest technologies and high quality cosmetics.
In the Spa, you can enjoy special ceremonies which consist of many stages. Rasoul, Hammam or Ayurveda will help you forget about everyday life providing you relaxation and calmness.
This is a place where you can rest and take care about your natural beauty.
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VISIT THE KORNIK CASTLE  »see details«

On the old property, previously connected with the name of the ancient noble Górka family, obtained through the heritage in 19 century by an aristocrat Ksawery Działyński, a neo-gothic, small, romantic castle has been built by his son Tytus. Today the Kornik castle houses the museum of interiors, a collection of armaments as well as known in Poland and abroad library. The castle’s park (called Arboretum) is an attraction on its own, with the great collection of rhododendrons and azaleas.
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VISIT THE ROGALIN PALACE  »see details«

The residence in Rogalin is one of the major Polish residences erected in the 18th c. It owes its fame to the picturesque location, eventful history, intriguing architecture, and magnificent art collections. The history of the Rogalin Palace harks back to the second half of the 18th century, when Kazimierz Raczynski, later Royal Marshal at the court of Stanislaw August Poniatowski, became the owner of the estate. A late baroque palace complex was erected for him in the period 1768-1774; it was designed by an unknown architect, most probably from the Warsaw-Saxon circle. In the 1780s the interior of the palace was modernised in a classicist style.  In 1820, at the eastern end of the foundation axis he erected a chapel - a replica of the Roman temple Maison Carree in Nimes near Marseilles - which served the function of the family mausoleum; the entire complex was extended by a landscape park.
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VISIT THE WOLSZTYN ENGINE HOUSE  »see details«

Wolsztyn’s shed is still an operating steam locomotive depot that runs mainline steam-hauled trains on regularly scheduled passenger services to Leszno and Poznań. This is the one and only place where workshops, machines, locomotives’ maintenance facilities and other objects of technical background can be seen.
It is not some kind of a heritage park or a museum created particularly to present the steam engines and their facilities. It is a real, working roundhouse that has been fully operational for more than 100 years. Every day only there you can see red-hot, belching out steam locos.
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VISIT THE WIELKOPOLSKI ETNOGRAPHIC PARK IN DZIEKANOWICE  »see details«

The reconstruction of a typical Wielkopolska village. WEP presents a variety of chronologically and socially diverse architectural structures of the historical region of Wielkopolska from the 17th to 20th centuries. The exhibition features fully furnished interiors which constitute an integral part of this architectural complex.
Temporary installations in Wartkowice church, relating to the liturgical year and folklore (The Easter Grave, With Sunday, Funeral Mass, All Souls Day).
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GNIEZNO AND THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL OPEN-AIR MUSEUM BISKUPIN  »see details«

Walking city tour of Gniezno.
Above the town dominate the two towers of the Cathedral - the most precious monument with famous romanesque bronze door (approx. 1170), the tomb of St. Adalbert and tombs of Gniezno bishops and archbishops; numerous gothic churches;  the Primates' Palace, Old Town Hall.
Time for lunch and then transfer to Biskupin. You will find here The Archaeological Open-Air Museum Biskupin, which is an archaeological site and a life-size model of an Iron Age fortified settlement in Poland.
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VISIT THE GOLUCHOW CASTLE  »see details«

Located in a picturesque park on the river Trzemna, the Goluchow Castle attracts visitors by its exquisite Renaissance architecture and charming interiors. The buliding was erected in 2nd half of the 16th c. as a property of the Leszczyński family. In the mid-19th c. it became a property of Izabela (daughter of Prince Adam Czartoryski) and Jan Działyński. The character of the venue owes much to Izabela, who set up an exquisite collection of art works and conveted her residence into a museum.
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VISIT THE ARKADY FIEDLER TRAVEL MUSEUM IN PUSZCZYKOWO  »see details«

The famous polish writer, reporter and traveller used to live in this house from 1946 (when he had come back from emigration in the UK) till his death in 1985. The museum was opened in 1974. Exhibition covers photos from his travels, exhibits from exotic cultures, musical instruments from Asia, Africa and Oceania, ceremonial masks, sculptures, weapons and even trophies made of human heads. There's a s well a big butterfly collection, tropical insect collection and aquariums with piranhas. Besides - books of Arkady Fiedler translated into more than 20 languages. Outside the main building : copies of the most famous sculptures of the world (The Sun-Gate in Bolivia, Moai statues from the Eastern Island), the miniature (1:23) of the Pyramids of Cheops and the copy (1:1) of one of the most famous ships : Santa Maria of Cristopher Columbus.
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