The Rynek - main square market and Odra embankments near University and Ostrów Tumski island with gas lamps and old churches & picturesque Botanical Garden
So much gothic architecture+ modern culture and skyscrapers, nightlife, shopping, and oh the food!
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.