TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Central Konin
Travel Blogs from Konin
... restaurant or bar wise - to celebrate our 11th wedding anniversary. We'd heard about an excellent restaurant serving traditional Polish food and popped in to see if there was enough of a choice to satisfy my vegetarian needs and Gary's more carnivorous persuasion. It looked promising so we went back later in the evening, all dressed up (I had even brought the jewellery I'd worn on our ...
... obscure cultures like the Kurds and Trinidad and Tobago ( which surprisingly had the most people) there were floats dedicated to the circus, Alice in wonderland, rollerblading, samba dancing, and techno music. it was hilarious and very busy with international food sold throughout. I also went to this really cool game museum with virtual reality, and crazy games involving shooting asteroids with your eyes and playing ping pong against a ...
... of craft beers. Gary and I managed to sample a few of them over our two nights in Poznan and can recommend all of them.
... university town and the population includes a large number of students. North of the main square lies a series of river islands giving it the nickname of Poland's Venice, on which sit cathedrals and churches aplenty but also a 'Student Island' where I wandered around - sitting with a coffee for a while on one of the floating cafes. Lots of students in groups (young men or women but none mixed, interestingly) listening to heavy metal or ...
... park by the river where we can stay for free for the
next two nights.
The next day, we head back into the centre to the fair where we try Czech food for
lunch and enjoy the musical stylings of the ‘Bohemian Bards’ who play
traditional folk music in old-fashioned costume. We walk uptown to where we
expect to find a castle, finding numerous buildings labelled ‘hrad;’ none of
which looks like a castle. After a short ‘hot ...