Oldest and biggest cities in Poland
Poznań is one of the oldest and biggest cities of Poland. It is between Berlin and Warsaw, 270 km and 300 km away, respectively. The loveliest thing about this city is the market square, with its lovely colors painted houses, cafes with terraces and its famous city hall whose clock has two kids fighting at noon. It is one of the attractions of the city. Around the square there are major points of interest except the cathedral which is one kilometer east. These attractions are the Jesuit school, St. Stanislaus Church, with its baroque interior and the Archaeological Museum among others. After Warsaw, the Polish city is being developed at a faster pace.