Poznan, with a population of 600,000, is conveniently located and accessible by rail or air from any corner of Europe. Poznan is also situated on the Paris-Moscow route, which crosses half the continent. Poznan owes its economic success not only to its location, but also its hard-working citizens, who are well-known for their responsible attitude to work and organisation. After Warsaw, it is the most vigorously developing city in Poland. Many multinational corporations have set up subsidiaries and factories in the city, and the number of university-level schools is growing.

Visitors will have no problem getting a delicious meal, using an Internet cafe, taking out cash from an ATM or communicating in a foreign language with the local inhabitants. Poznan is a large university city, full of young people, with more than 100,000 students attending over a dozen universities.