The Royal-Imperial Route can also be seen by using the city’s public transit system. A dedicated tram line has been designed to serve the needs of tourists visiting Poznań. This is Poland’s first comprehensive project that relies on public transportation for tourist purposes. To see Poznań’s main attractions, you don’t need museum tickets, maps or guidebooks. You can reach the most fascinating areas of the capital of the Wielkopolska region for the price of a regular public transit ticket. Just hop on a tram that goes along the Royal-Imperial Route. This simple and convenient solution will save you time, allowing you to take longer to relax around the historic architecture.
- The tourist tram line runs along the Royal-Imperial Route between Rondo Śródka and Most Teatralny
- Seven stops along the Route bear the Route’s special markings
- Electronic displays on trams show information, with the Route’s distinctive logo
- Poznań can also be seen from the windows of vintage trams. Learn more about the tourist tram lines
- A tour of Poznań by public transportation can be made even easier by using the public transit card: the PEKA bearer card