The oldest cathedral in Poland is Poznan Cathedral (Archcathedral Basilica of St. Peter and St. Paul) which is situated in the city of Poznan. The Roman Catholic cathedral dates back to the 10th century. The cathedral has a mix of architectural styles and that is due to it being rebuilt multiple times since its original build in the 10th century, mainly it is a mix of Gothic and Romanesque styles. Inside the cathedral itself is impressive with many different aspects of the past located in the building such as tombstones and crucifixes. The cathedral is an important place of worship in the city.
The cathedral is situated on the edge of the city centre. You can get there by taking the 3, 4, 8 or 17 trams to ‘Katedra’, which is a short walk away from the cathedral. The 67, 233 and 911 buses also stop at ‘Katedra’.
Opening Times and Admission
The cathedral is open daily to visitors, 9am-4pm except when there's a mass taking place. The cathedral is free to enter but there is a fee to enter its crypt, the fee is set at 3PLN.