top of page
_MG_8446 kopia (Copy)-kopia.jpg

Poland’s Good Taste Festival (aka Poznan Food Days)

Poland’s Good Taste Festival 
This year’s edition: 15 to 18 of August 2024, Poznan, Poland – Plac Kolegiacki

Every year, in the middle of August, Poznan becomes a true magnet for foodies from all over Poland and for many taste-driven tourists visiting the city. Poznan Food Days, also known as Good Taste Festival (direct translation form Polish “Festiwal Dobrego Smaku”) are a celebration of food culture in its wide spectrum.

For the duration the construction works at  historical Old Market Square, festival has moved to Plac Kolegiacki and downsizing was necessary. At this year’s edition we will host about 30 vendors offering local and traditional foods from all the regions of Poland. Artisan cheeses, traditional breads and cakes, beers from micro-breweries, wines from Polish vineyards, cured meats in an overwhelming variety, honeys and meads, pickles and preserves – all can be found, tasted and bought here. Leisurely stroll among market stalls makes for a culinary journey into Poland’s reach culinary tradition.

Visitors searching for more international fare will not be disappointed either. Fancy a sausage or stuffed pepper from Hungary, Moroccan olives, Turkish baclava or some unusual sweets from Azerbaijan? You will find them here! And  much more.

Street artists performances and jazz concerts add to the atmosphere of Poznan Food Days.

Every year there are several tasting events, cooking workshops, restaurant events,  lectures, movie screening and more -  all related to food and culinary culture. While some events cater to Polish speaking audience, others can be equally enjoyable for foreign-speaking visitors.

This mid-August weekend is a great time to visit Poznan and Wielkopolska. When planning your visit to Poznan Food Days do not forget to check out other Poznan and region’s attractions:

Picture says more than a thousand words  - see the Festival’s PHOTO GALLERY.

Questions? – email us at

bottom of page