Poland III.: Wrocław

Since the 10th century Wroclaw has always been a market town. With an interesting and thrilling background, it became a Polish cultural center. Divided by River Odera, Wroclaw is the fourth biggest city in Poland. Fun fact: Nobel Prize winner Paul Ehrlich went to high school and university here.

Click here to plan your trip to Wroclaw!

Here are the top attractions of Wroclaw:

Rynek (Market Square)

Old Town and Wroclaw Town Hall
50. Rynek

Little dwarf statues (There are 350 of them!)
They are commemorating the Orange Alternative underground protest movement and they can be found everywhere. You can by a dwarf finding map in every souvenir shop.

National Museum
5. plac Powstańców Warszawy
Opening hours: Closed on Mondays! Tuesday-Friday 10:00-16:00, Saturday-Sunday 10:00-17:00
Tickets: 15-20 PLM
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Ostrow Trumski (Cathedral Island)

Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
18. plac Katedralny
Opening hours: Open every day! Monday-Saturday 10:00 – 17:00, Sunday 14:00 -16:00
Tickets: 2-4 PLN
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Multimedia Fountain
1. Wystawowa

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