Park Cytadela is a park situated in the city of Poznan, Poland. The park was established in the 1960s on the site of the former fortification ‘Fort Winiary’. The park is mainly a large green area that is a peaceful place in the city to enjoy a walk along its paths or a picnic. The park stretches for 219 acres. The park does still include remains of the former fortification, as well as cemeteries that were set up after the First World War. The park also includes a rosarium and a disused amphitheatre. The park was named a National Historic Monument in 2008.
The park is situated to the north of the city centre. You can get there by taking the train from Poznan’s main train station to ‘Poznan Garbary’, which is situated just by the park. You can also get the 60, 63, 76 and 603 buses to ‘Garbary’.
Opening Times and Admission
The park is a public park, it is open to the public every hour of every day and it is free to visit.