Entertainment and Recreation
There are lots of recreational activities in Poznan. Which ones are the most interesting? Here are our recommendations.
Welcome to Malta Thermal Baths - the most modern and at the same time largest indoor water complex in Poland, located by Maltańskie Lake in the very heart of Poznań. On the stretch of about 6 hectares there are 18 pools of the joint water surface area of 500m2. The complex includes an Aqua Park, Sauna World and sports pools with auditorium for 4000 seats.
To see nearly 2 thousand animals of around 140 species, the visitors may use three mapped routes. Animals are kept in conditions possibly closest resembling their natural habitats. In 2009, an elephant house has been opened. The Zoo also offers trains which passengers can use to make their tour of the Zoo. The area of the Zoo also houses a 19th century fort (open for visitors).
Malta Ski Sport & Recreation Centre
Located on the southern shore of the Maltańskie Lake. Its greatest attraction is a year-round artificial slope. Completed in 1993, it is 150 m in length. In 1998 a 560-metre-long summer toboggan-run was opened. In 2012, an all-year-round Adrenaline alpine coaster was launched. A 500 m track allows reaching the speed of 40 km/h.
Pyrland Park ropes course, located near Maltańskie Lake, is an excellent place for an active leisure for everyone. There are three rope routes available: high - (for the athletes among us), medium and low (easiest and best suited for beginners). A children’s route is also available (from the age of 3) with an unlimited number of tries.