What should be seen?

Ostrów Tumski

- an island on the Odra River, and the oldest part of the city. Detached from the urban noise, the elegant Ostrów Tumski is lit by stylish gaslights, and the church facades are beautifully illuminated. Wrocław’s Old Town enchants everyone. In the centre of the square (one of the biggest in Europe) is the pearl of Śląsk Gothic – the Town Hall. In the cellars of the Town Hall is the famous Świdnicka Cellar, where the well-known świdnickie beer is served.

Panorama Racławicka

- a huge painting 360 feet long and 45 feet high, which shows the victorious battle between uprisers led by Kościuszko and the Russian army, fought on the 4th April 1794 in Racławice.

Aula Leopoldina

- located on the first floor of Wrocław University. This edifice was founded by emperor Leopold I. Spectacular, covered with colourful paintings and gilding and full of sculptures, the hall is a pearl of Baroque.

Japanese Garden

- a living memory of the World Exhibition held in Szczytnicki Park in 1913. It was arranged by a Japanese gardener and fulfilled all of the requirements of the Japanese art of gardening and was considered one of the outstanding exhibits. The city authorities decided to revive the garden and invited nine Japanese specialists to do it. In this way the garden has recovered its mystical meaning and all of the necessary details.

Krupnicza 3

31-123 Kraków

tel. +48 12 422 58 40


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