Wroclaw is becoming third largest tourist destination in Poland after Krakow and Warsaw. This is a city definitely worth seeing. It has a fascinating history, it witnessed the overlapping of many traditions and recently was announced the Cultural Capital of Europe 2016.
- See the Wroclaw Old Town Market Square, which was called “second beautiful in Europe after Brussels” by the Queen of Belgium, therefore you cannot omit to see the Gothic Town Hall, colorful burgher houses, numerous art galleries, restaurants and cafes;
- Take a boat trip on Odra River with a beautiful panorama of Wroclaw;
- Visit the Aula Leopoldinum at the Wroclaw University with absolutely marvelous Baroque interior from 17th century at the Wroclaw University;
- See the Panorama Raclawicka – one of the wonders of Wroclaw, a gigantic paintings hanged inside the circular rotunda and viewed from the central balcony;
- Stop at the Ostrow Tumski, a Cathedral Island, where first settlement was established in the 9th century with the imposing Gothic Cathedral, numerous of smaller churches and bishop’s residences.