Mar 20, 2019 - Mar 21, 2019
2 guests - 1 room
Wroclaw is a charming and buzzing city (Poland's fourth largest) in the southwest corner of the county. Filled with centers of higher education the city has a young, vibrant atmosphere that draws young people from all around Poland. The city center is filled with colorfully striking architecture and innumerable bars and restaurants making it a destination for nightlife seekers and foodies alike.
Wroclaw is a pleasant city with amazing architecture. It's still not very much exposed to foreign tourists, compare to Warsaw or Krakow. Of course, Wrocław's dwarfs is one of the main attractions.
Pleasant city with nice architecture and an interesting history and an odd near-absence of tourists. Wroclaw will be a European City of Culture in 2016. So get here now. The gorgeous market square is the defining feature of Wroclaw. In Europe I generally avoid eating or drinking on the main square because its usually overpriced and not very good, but in Wroclaw I loved getting beers on the main square. The brew pub there is excellent and beers are served up with bread and lard.
Wroclaw is a beautiful city to visit no matter the time of year. It has fantastic architecture and was an absolute joy to wander through. I particularly like all the gnomes that were stashed throughout the city.