Malta Lake, Poznan

#1 of 38 in Nature in Central Poland
Water Body · Nature / Park
Surrounded by parks and woodland, Malta Lake is mostly known for major kayak and rowing events. It also features an ice rink, dry ski slope, zoological garden, water park, narrow-gauge railway, and several historical sites, including the mound of freedom. This artificial lake was formed in 1952 and covers an area of 64 hectares (158 acres). It was named after a crusading order, Knights of Malta, on whose land it was built. Walk around the lake and watch ducks and swans splashing, or take the mini-train to the zoo. Try your hand at mini golf, or stop for a bite to eat in one of the many cafes and restaurants. A nearby mall offers great views of the lake from its top floors. Plan my day in Poznan using traveler tips and tourist information provided by Inspirock.
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  • Lovely place to visit, we took the little train up to the zoo and walked around the lake to the ski slope. The train was good fun and very enjoyable. Lots of places to sit and enjoy the views and the....  more »
  • Visit early March after visiting pool/ spa. Sure it’s great in summer us nothing happening on dull day all looked closed and not a person in sight  more »
  • Great place for an evening walk. There's also an all year round ski slope and a luge track.
  • Nice fir kids
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