The lives of Śródka’s historic residents were a struggle against all odds: they constantly strived to improve their living conditions and protect their rights. Their plight was the most desperate at the turn of the 20th century. Interestingly, rather than making the residents apathetic, the day-to-day challenges inspired them to seek change and take action. This is when they acquired their sense of community, as its members took matters into their own hands rather than waiting for outside help. Śródka residents deserve credit for having achieved their goal by working together and displaying outstanding determination and willpower.

Aerial videos: Śródka Market SquareThe Reformers Hill


ACCESS VIA PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION Coming from the train station, you can reach the Śródka District directly by tram: get on at the Poznań Główny or Most Dworcowy stops and get off at the Rondo Śródka stop. How to pay for public transit. The Poznań Electronic City Card (PEKA).
The city’s pay parking zone does not extend to the Śródka District. Parking is available at Porta Posnania (at Bydgoska Street) or at Świętojańska Street. SIGHTSEEING
PORTA POSNANIA ul. Gdańska 2 (Tue.-Fri. 9am-6pm; Sat.-Sun. 10am-7pm; Mon. closed)
MALTANKA TRAIN RIDE The miniature train operates daily in summer season (April-October) between 10am-7pm. Every 30 minutes on weekends and every hour on weekdays. The Maltanka train stops at the following stations:
A must see: Śródka Market Square, around which interesting historical buildings are situated, they witnessed many architectural as well as mentality changes of its inhabitants taking place in the 19th/20th century.
Planning a tour of the Śródka District? Explore our publications. They will provide you with a wealth of information on the area’s most fascinating attractions.
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