We will start the day with a quick glimpse to monumental Emperor’s Castle, the largest 20th century palace in Poland, built by the Prussian authorities whose aim it was to boost the prestige of Poznan. Then you will leave the bustling city of Poznan to embark on a journey into the past – your first stop will be Kornik. Here you will find a 14th-century Neo-gothic castle surrounded by a magnificent arboretum and filled with impressive interiors left magnificently intact by the upheavals of time.
From Kornik you will set off to Rogalin, where the monumental 18th-century palace is one of the most stunning examples of the principles of Baroque architecture at work. It is surrounded by a fairy-tale garden and a large number of mighty, medieval oaks (this is what Rogalin is principally famous for). From Rogalin you will head back to Poznan to relax after pleasant, but intensive day.