The fifth largest city in Poland (538,633 inhabitants) and the sixth in terms of area (262 km²/102mi²). The city is a famous road and rail junction; there is also an international airport. Poznań is a center of industry, trade, logistics and tourism. The Poznań International Fair functions here, it is the largest and oldest exhibition center in Poland.
According to external assessments carried out by the rating Moody's Investors Serviceagency, in terms of credibility for investors, Poznań only slightly gives way to greater Warsaw.
The economy of Poznań is structurally diverse and well developed in terms of divisions. It is dominated by the services sector, which creates 72% of gross value added (GVA) and is a workplace for 80% of all employees in Poznań. Anaspect that may be relevant to you,Poznańhas the lowest unemployment rate in Poland, which means that you have a good chance of combining studying and work.
Culture and interesting places in the city
Poznań is an academic, scientific, and cultural center. The opera, philharmonic, ballet, theatres, cinemas, museums, art galleries, orchestras and folklore groups have their seats here.
Living in Poznań, you will be able to participate, numerous festivals, such as:
Do you feel like having some active time and look for places where youcan do it with your friends? Poznań can guarantee it right away, as the facilities that the city has at its disposal include:
- Poznań Termy Maltańskie Aquapark
- New Zoo
- Malta Ski Sports and Recreation Center
- Pyrland Rope Park
- Jump Arena
- Go-karts –a kart track
- Laser Paintball - LaserMaxx Arena.
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