The first capital of Poland and also the old sea of Polish Archbishops. the most important monument in the town is the Cathedral with the shrine of Saint Adalbert and the bronze doors a fine example of Romanesque decorative arts.
All who want to acquaint with the beginning of our State and the beginning of the Christian faith in Poland are cordialy invited to Gniezno, the First Capital of Poland and the City of St. Adalbert. It was here that legendary Lech bade his brothers Czech and Rus farewell, and stayed here to found on a hill the first city.
There are numerous hotels, motels and restaurants and many new project under development. Tourism still remains one off the most important income sources for Gniezno citizens.
Gniezno is a town open for investors. The authorities and citizens welcome all new prospects and ideas for those who are willing to invest in this marvelous city and see the great venues and opportunities.