One of the most beautiful and popular cities in Poland. Local attractions, historical buildings, cosy streets and beautiful spots. Have a look at local attractions – places to see and visit in Wrocław!
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There are things that you simply need to see in Wrocław! Here is a list of key sites and monuments which make Wrocław famous!
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Take a stroll around Wroclaw’s historical Market Square, see the oldest and the biggest City Hall in Poland. As you walk along colourful facades, you may want to take a while to notice details that tell of the city’s past. At the end of your walk, you may choose to take a rest and relax in the oldest restaurant in Europe.
This is where it all began! The ancient Ostrów Tumski is located at the very heart of Wrocław and – as the name suggests – is a “Cathedral Island” (though with time the island has become a small peninsula). Its lasting beauty has always attracted visitors and love birds, who adorn the banisters and bridges with locks, making a wish for an everlasting romance, and stroll in the shade of lush gardens and ancient buildings.
An extraordinary symbiosis of the past and modern times! A revitalized 19th-century underground water reservoir is now hosting a unique multimedia centre focusing on water, providing multisensory experience and knowledge of the element that gave rise to life on Earth.
Would you like to see the city from a different angle? Why not from a boat? Wrocław is a city of over one hundred bridges, seven rivers and riverside houses. No wonder some people call it the “Venice of the north”!
The structure is over one hundred years old and is part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage sites. Designed by a distinguished architect Max Berg, the Centennial Hall has amazed the world – at the time of construction, urban planners could not even imagine that such a great reinforced concrete structure could be erected. They warned the construction project will be a disaster, but instead, this ingenious and lasting structure has materialised, ushering a new era in construction work. This monumental hall used for big sports events and shows is 42 metres tall and forms an integral part of a historic complex surrounded by gardens and meticulously designed green areas providing ample opportunities for relaxation and rest.
Is it an image or reality? – you may think as you visit the Racławice Panorama Panorama. The visitors enter a spacious room featuring a cycloramic painting. They can meet eye-to-eye with the warriors fighting the Battle of Racławice. You may even feel you are part of the battle yourself… and words cannot describe the experience. The idea of a monumental painting – 15 x 114 metres, created between 1893 – 1894, was conceived by a renowned painter Jan Styka, who invited an excellent battle scene painter Wojciech Kossak and other painters to join him in this project. The Racławice Panorama has been one of the most visited venues in Wrocław.
Wrocław hosts one of the oldest and biggest zoological gardens in Poland, featuring the biggest Aquarium in the country where you can meet animal species originating from Africa. Hippos, crocodiles, penguins and fur seals… as well as rays, schools of fish or sharks swimming right above your head. The modern Afrykarium was launched in 2014 and have been a major attraction for visitors from all over Poland and abroad.
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