Wrocław is one of the most beautiful cities of Eastern Europe. With approx. 633000 inhabitants, it is Poland's fourth largest city; it is located on the shores of the Odra river and its four tributaries.
Constructed among countless canals, this university city covers a dozen islands and enjoys the cute nickname of Polish Venice.
Economic successes of the region make Wrocław a place of rising demand, and thanks to the historic city and numerous picturesque locations, it is also a fascinating target for tourists.
The successful fusion of modernity and stylish history are what gives this city its unique air.
The intense night life, charming cafés and bars as well as the rich and varied culinary offer are deemed to satisfy anyone and everyone.
• The Market Square (Rynek - the second largest square in Poland), in which the Town Hall with the famous Astronomical Clock can be found.
• Die Jahrhunderthalle, welche die Form eines vierblättrigen Kleeblatts hat.
• The Centennial Hall, which is shaped like a four-leaf clover.
• The library (Aula Leopoldiana) is part of the University of Breslau and was built by the Jesuits on the banks of the Odra.
Food and drink:
• Brauhaus Spiż
The Spiż brewery, housed in the cellars of the town hall, is a place unlike anything else in Wrocław. Beer has been brewed here since the 15th century. It also serves traditional Polish cuisine.
• La Maddalena
La Maddalena, located in the popular Jewish district, is one of those places in Wrocław that are considered cult and in demand. Surrounded by wonderful historic architecture, it serves mediterranean cuisine fusing French and Italian influences.
• Gospoda Wrocławska (Restauracja Rybna)
The labyrinthine streets of the core of the main market square hide with certainly the town's best fish restaurant. One can try traditional Polish herring here, as well as fish from a coal grill.
Further information on the history of the city, travel tips and leisure may be found at: www.wroclaw-life.com