Wroclaw, known as the "Venice of Poland", is a city with a rich history, stunning architecture and many islands and bridges. This charming city is world famous for its colourful buildings and hundreds of little bronze dwarfs. Read moreBook my trip to Wroclaw
Wroclaw is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland and is known for its magnificent Gothic architecture, including the majestic St. John the Baptist Cathedral and Rinek Market. The city is also home to hundreds of small bronze gnomes, which are found throughout the city and have become one of its most endearing symbols. Wroclaw is also known for its rich cultural life, including the world-famous Panorama Raclawicka theatre and many museums and galleries.
A beautiful historic square with colourful buildings and a gothic town hall.
An impressive Gothic cathedral with the possibility to climb the tower for a panoramic view of the city.
The oldest part of the city with beautiful religious buildings and picturesque streets.
A huge painting depicting the Battle of Raclawice, one of the most important works of Polish painting.
Hundreds of small bronze statues of dwarfs scattered around the city, which are a popular attraction for children and adults alike.
One of the oldest and most prestigious universities in Central Europe with a stunning Baroque hall.
A beautiful garden with many kinds of plants and flowers, an ideal place for relaxation and picnic.
A monumental structure that is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, with a famous fountain show.
Home to many important works of art, including Polish and European painting and sculpture.
The oldest and largest zoo in Poland with over 7,100 animals.
Poland's third-largest castle, perched atop a rocky cliff overlooking the picturesque Pełcznica River. With its fascinating history, sumptuous interiors, and sprawling gardens, the castle is a window into the rich tapestry of Silesian nobility.
Lubin, a vibrant town nestled in the Lower Silesian Voivodeship of western Poland, beckons with tales of history, industry, and cultural pride. A harmonious blend of past achievements and contemporary verve makes this city a fascinating Polish gem.
Immerse yourself in the surreal beauty of Adrspach Rocks, a breathtaking sandstone rock city situated in the northeastern Czech Republic.
Discover Krogulec, a serene village in Poland's picturesque heartlands, where timeless landscapes and rural tranquility offer a peaceful retreat from the bustling world.
Perched atop a basalt hill in Lower Silesia, Poland, Grodziec Castle is a captivating blend of medieval architecture and natural splendor. A fortress with a 1000-year-old history, this castle is a living museum of war, romance, and royalty.
Located in southwestern Poland, Kowary is a hidden gem nestled within the Sudetes Mountains. Known for its scenic beauty and intriguing underground attractions, Kowary serves as a peaceful retreat and a journey into Poland's mining history.
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