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The Venice of Poland. Wroclaw, an undiscovered gem in southwestern Poland, earned its nickname because of the maze of islands and bridges that make up this small but sassy city.


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Wroclaw Sights

Many may know Wroclaw by its former German name of Breslau. Wroclaw certainly has a troubled past. It has gone under five different names, moved between four countries and was almost completely destroyed during World War II. Wroclaw has come out of this past to create an identity with a colorful culture and plenty of atmosphere to match. Its exploding popularity comes as no surprise. The city is a collection of fascinating architecture and several Gothic churches. There are also 130 bridges crossing scenic waterways, 12 islands and a number of lush riverside parks.

Wroclaw Tourism

The local government has shown an aggressive desire to return Wroclaw to its pre-war heyday. An extensive program of restoration and regeneration has seen Wroclaw emerge as Poland's most exciting city. Wroclaw has a compact city center so all of its highlights can easily be navigated on foot. Its square is the second largest medieval market square in Europe. Its character is unmistakable. Think bright buildings buzzing with lively cafes and restaurants. Wroclaw has a lively cultural scene. Since it is a university town you will find a vibrant nightlife. The hotels range from low-key to world-class. A visit to Warsaw will be a highlight of your vacation in Poland.

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Things to do in Wroclaw

The best way to see Wroclaw's highlights is with our expert local guide. His half day walking tour will provide you with a overview of the city and some of the off the beaten track sights not in the guidebooks. Wroclaw life revolves around the central market square and its main attractions flow off the square on nearby streets. This makes it easy to be seen in a full day so you will just need your walking shoes, or for a change you could take the tour on a bike or even golf cart. A visit to Wroclaw is not complete without a visit to the church island (Ostrow Tumski) and Raclawice Panorama but be sure to stick around in the evening to enjoy the atmosphere of the many, bars, cafes and restaurants surrounding the main market square.

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What I love about Wroclaw...

“Wroclaw is definitely one of my favouritre places in Poland. The atmosphere, the people, the history - eveything is truly amazing. And the dwarves just add a little charm to it.”

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Zwierzyniecki Bridge, Wroclaw
Market Square, Wroclaw
Wroclaw Town Hall

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