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    • Fall in love with the beautiful old town. Wroclaw has one of the most beautiful market squares in Poland, and I even dare to say in Europe. The medieval Market Square is now a pedestrian zone and the heart of the city.
    • Find as many dwarves as possible. When doing Wroclaw sightseeing you will quickly stumble across small dwarves, many of them. Currently, there are around 400 of them and the number is constantly growing!
    • Enjoy the local cafe scene. The cafe scene in Poland is growing, new places are popping up and Wroclaw is no exception here. Whenever Wroclaw sightseeing tires you or you just want to relax with the cup of coffee there are plenty of places you can stop at.
    • See different architecture styles. Due to the long and rich history, Wroclaw is a real mix of architecture styles. They all work together really well, creating an interesting blend in the cityscape.
    • The Market Square (Rynek) The Market Square in Wroclaw is the perfect place to start sightseeing and truly one of the most important things to see in Wroclaw.
    • The Penitent Bridge (Mostek Pokutnic) The Penitent Bridge (Mostek Pokutnic) is a footbridge between the towers of Mary Magdalene church (Kościół Św. Marii Magdaleny).
    • Cathedral Island (Ostrów Tumski) Welcome to the oldest and according to many people the most beautiful part of Wroclaw. This area has also a special place in our hearts as we used to live 5 minutes away.
    • Try Polish cuisine. We believe that trying the local cuisine is one of the best ways to learn something about the culture of the place you are visiting.
    • Old Town. During the Siege of Breslau Wrocław was almost flattened, which only makes the skyline of church spires and Baroque gabled townhouses all the more astonishing.
    • Rynek (Market Square) At 3.8 hectares, Wrocław’s Market Square is among the largest, not just in Poland but all of Europe. Like the rest of the Old Town, the Market Square has almost the same layout as it did when it was planned in the middle of the 13th century.
    • Ostrów Tumski (Cathedral Island) The oldest part of Wrocław cropped up on what used to be an island in the Oder. By the 19th century the arm of the river separating it from the bank was closed off to prevent flooding.
    • Old Town Hall. Standing at an angle on the Market Square, the Old Town Hall is a group of Gothic buildings bundled together in one complex. As Wrocław developed from the end of the 13th century, new wings were fixed on to account for the political and economic changes taking place in the city over the next 250 years.
    • Hunt the Dwarfs. When you walk around Wrocław you will come across multiple figures of dwarfs/gnomes. What are they doing there? Their history goes back to the times after World War II when Poland was under communism.
    • Visit the Market Square. Wrocław Market Square is one of the largest Old Town markets in Europe. On the square, you will see buildings from different historical eras.
    • Climb up the viewing point of St. Elizabeth. The above-mentioned church of St. Elizabeth is a Gothic church with a tower over 90 meters high. Visit the church inside to see the decorations but most importantly – climb over 300 stairs to the top and see the panorama of Wrocław from up high!
    • Take a boat ride. Wrocław is sometimes called the “Venice of Poland”. It is located on 12 islands on the river Oder and has 112 bridges. A great way to see the city is by boat!
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