Unique monuments and the maze of beautiful small streets near the market attract more and more tourist to Wroclaw – one year to the next.
The Town Hall
A lively heart of Wrocław both during the day and at night. It is included in the biggest urban planning establishments of this type in Europe.More
The Ostrów Tumski (Cathedral Island)
Called the cradle of Wrocław. This ancient castle surrounded by the Oder originated the city. It holds wonderful architectural monuments - most impressive from them is the gothic cathedral of the St John the Baptist - rebuilt after the war damage - and the church of the Saint Cross.
It is located in the greatest baroque complex of the city, built by the former petty offence court and the Jesuit church. The Museum of the Wrocław University hiding the pearl of the Lower Silesia baroque is located in the main building – the Leopoldina Hall.More
The Centennial Hall
Entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List as a pioneering achievement of engineering and architectures of the 20th century. It’s a place where fairs are constantly held, where conferences or international and regional games take place, where every single day is different and even more ravishing than yesterday.More