Będlewo Palace

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    The palace in Będlewo near Poznań is a special place. The historic 19th-century buildings and the accompanying park house the Research and Conference Centre of the Institute of Mathematics of the Polish Academy of Sciences, well-known in Poland and worldwide. The Centre's task is to organise conferences, workshops and various meetings devoted to many fields of mathematics and to provide an atmosphere conducive to scientific research. The Centre is a frequent venue for scientific meetings organised by the Stefan Banach Centre.

  • The extensive romantic park with ponds, the decorative garden with a marble fountain and the original architecture of the neo-Gothic Palace makes this place extremely attractive also for guests of private celebrations. Weddings, anniversaries, communions, balls and banquets are organised in the stylish interiors of the Palace. Noteworthy is the excellent cuisine of the Knights' Restaurant, which prepares excellent dishes for private celebrations, business lunches or conference dinners, as well as catering and coffee breaks during meetings.

  • The centre offers excellent conditions for large conferences and meetings of a scientific and business nature - but also for events of a more intimate nature. In turn, the attractiveness of the venue, set in a beautiful park, encourages extended relaxation for families with children, seniors or travel enthusiasts alike.

    Będlewo Palace invites you to discover its charms!

    The Będlewo Palace is located 30 km south-west of the centre of Poznań and about 2 km from the Poznań-Wrocław route. The resort borders the Wielkopolski National Park, which is famous for its magnificent postglacial areas, lakes and forests, and an abundance of fauna and flora. The abundance of hiking and cycling routes in the region encourages historical and nature tourism.