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Cheap Flights to Poznan

Cheap flights to Poznan International Airport

Poznan is widely considered to be the birthplace of the Polish nation and features one of the most beautiful of Europe's historic city centres. Poznan International Airport (POZ) is the country's oldest airport, having been established more than a century ago, and located conveniently close to the city centre. While it is a small facility, it provides an easy way to reach this exciting Polish city. You can use Skyscanner's monthly search feature to help you narrow down the cheapest time to fly to Poznan.

Best time to book a flight to Poznan

Poznan is generally pleasant to visit anytime of the year, with summers offering warm temperatures and great nightlife, although seeing the old town blanketed in snow during the winter has its own charm. One word of caution, however: Poznan is famous for its trade fairs and when they come into town finding a hotel room or a cheap flight can be hard, so try to plan accordingly. You can sign up for Price Alerts too to get the cheapest flights to Poznan.

Airlines that fly to Poznan

Poznan International Airport is not a big facility, but it is served by a growing number of airlines with connections throughout Europe, including:

  • Aegean Airlines
  • Enter Air
  • LOT Polish Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • Ryanair
  • Scandinavian Airlines
  • Wizz Air

What to expect when arriving at the airport

Poznan International Airport is only 5 km west of the city centre. Two public bus lines, the 59 and the L, will take you to the city centre. The L is faster, taking just 18-20 minutes. Conveniently, you can purchase your ticket from a vending machine located next to the bus stop. A taxi stand is also located outside of the arrivals hall and will get you to the city centre in a matter of minutes. You can also rent a car from one of the agencies located in the terminal.

Airport facilities

Poznan Airport is a modern facility, but not very big. While you will find the basics that one would expect from a modern international airport, like cafes, duty-free shops, and ATMs, don't expect many of the extras. That being said, the airport does offer a Business Executive Lounge and a VIP Lounge, plus a conference room. There are also three currency exchanges open 24 hours. While wait times are usually reasonable, if it's the high season or a trade fair is in town then you might get stuck in a long queue.

What to see and do in Poznan

Poznan is a historic city and is considered by most Poles to be the birthplace of their nation. Its Old Town Square is easily one of the most beautiful in Europe and wandering its historic streets is a highlight of any visit. The city is also known for its cafes, pubs, and nightlife, particularly in the summer. Cathedrals and palaces also dot the city and many of them are free to visit. Be sure to book your hotel well in advance through Skyscanner since they can fill up fast.

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