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Private accommodation located near the outlet route to Koszalin, Piła, Wrocław, Warsaw, Świeck and Szczecin. Very good communication to the center of Poznań, easy access to the Poznań International Fair building, close to the Plaza shopping center, hyper neighborhood and supermarkets. At guests' disposal: - bathroom - TV - internet. We offer 4 beds. Each room has a balcony. On the premises parking lot. Near the pool. During the International Poznań Fair, prices change. Poznań - one of the oldest and largest Polish cities, located on the rivers Warta and Cybina, in the Wielkopolska Lake District; the historical capital of Wielkopolska, the capital of the Greater Poland Voivodeship. Within the city there is a large road and rail junction as well as the international Ławica airport. The fifth largest city in Poland in terms of population, and the seventh in terms of area. Poznań was one of the capital and religious centers of the Piast dynasty in the 10th and 11th centuries, in the past it served as the capital of the state and the seat of the rulers. In 2008, Poznań - the historical city complex was considered a historical monument. The first rulers of Poland, Mieszko I and Bolesław Chrobry, are buried in the Poznań Cathedral located on Ostrów Tumski Island.Now Poznan is a large economic, academic scientific and cultural. A large center of industry and services, place the oldest and largest in Poland, annual Poznan International Fair. According to external evaluations carried out by the credit rating agency Moody's Investors Service in terms of reliability for investors slightly disappears much more Warsaw. Office of the curia archdiocese of the Poznan.