One of the largest market squares in Europe, surrounded by the rows of colorful historic tenements. In its recesses, you may find small bookshops, atmospheric café and restaurants offering cuisines from all over the world! The distinct town hall in the middle of the square gives that place an unique character.
Pearl of the late gothic architecture located in the heart of Wrocław! In the building raised in the 13th century, the The Museum of Bourgeois Art is located. Among its collections, the visitors may find paintings, graphics or handicrafts conntected with Wrocław. The interior of the town hall is a work of art in itself!
University of Wrocław was established in 1702 and transformed into the Polish university just after the II world war. In the main building, tourists may visit the museum, consisting of the historical Leopoldinum Aula, Marianum Oratory, Mathematical Tower and permanent or temporary exhibitions.
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The oldest part of the city, which was originally a separate island governed by the church authorities. Today, everyone may marvel there over the sacral architecture from the XIIIth century, botanical garden and picuresque laneways. Those, who are in love cannot miss the opportunity to walk through the Bridge of Love and leave the love padlock there!
Centennial Hall, constructed accordding to Max Berg's project, was finished in 1913. The shape of the building based on the Greek cross-plan, is a representation of the reinforce concrete structure architecture. In 2006 it was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the Centennial Hall both national and international events take place. Among them, there are: volleyball matches, theatrical performances, music concerts or book, job and many different expositions. Vast space and impressive dome act as an additional attraction for the participants of the events.
Stadium Wrocław that hosted the teams during Euro 2012 is a home of the local team Śląsk Wrocław. Apart from the national football league competition, it serves as a facility for the international games, concerts and other mass events. All interested may take part in a special tour with the guide around the stadium.
The presence of dwarfs in Wrocław is veiled in mystery and described in many urban legends. The undoubted fact is that the number of them amounts to 352 for now and is still rising. What are they doing here? Find and ask the dwarfs yourself! Maybe they will be willing to tell their storie to the curious travellers.
Wrocław ZOO is one of the oldest, Polish zoological garden, established over 150 years ago. All the animals and nature lover will find here wild cats, colorful birds, friendly seals and many more! Those, who wants to feel the climate of Africa should enter the Africarium with a huge aquarium inside!