Some valuable information for visitors comming to Poznan,Poland                                                                                           

Car - Poznan spaces paid parking zone. Parking Cards are purchased in vending spaces, standing around the center and in the district Jeżyce.During fairs near the fairgrounds is difficult to park your car. Especially before opening (9.00) and after (17.00) market day you will encounter great difficulties associated with automotive plugs. Paid parking zone in Poznan is valid from Monday to Friday from 10.00 - 18.00. On weekends, parking is free.http://www.zdm.poznan.pl/news.php?site=view&id=950

                                                                         

Hotels, Motels, Pensions-  during big trade fairs is very difficult, or impossible to find a vacancy in Poznan hotels, so if you intend to arrive precisely at this time to Poznan, is advised much earlier to book accommodation. Fair Calendar http://www.pentagos.pl/fairs_schedule

                                                                         
Parking in Poznan - if you want to leave the car during your stay in Poznan on guarded parking, the cheapest and quite near the center of town car parkings are ,,bufor parkings''- fee per hour on this parking is about 3 zł, but if you want to visit old town, would be better to pay for parking in paid zone or just use some private parkings.

                                                                         
Public transportation - in Poznan there is time ticket system  - 15 , 30, 60 minutes, 24 hours, 3 and 7 days. Ticket you can purchase in shops, special in Kiosks located on bus and tram stops or just buy it in tickets machines(Biletomat). Do not forget to validate your tickets. The Welcome Card must be validated when first used, but if you use single-ride tickets instead, be sure to validate these before boarding. If you forget to do so, you could be fined. A ticket for the entire 15-minute communication costs PLN 2, whether by day or night.  If you're planning a long ride around town or a few days in Poznan, just get a day ticket or a week buy tickets in most kiosks or machines..

                                                                         

Aviation transport (Aiport) - the city has an international airport Poznan-Ławica. From here you can fly to over 20 airports mostly from Western Europe and in the summer also charter flights to popular resorts. In 2010 Poznan has served 1 419 121 passengers - it gives Poznan 6 - th position in Poland in terms of air traffic. 

Arrival Bus line 78 - to go fro centre to ŁAWICA Aiport