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The Centenary Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is the first stop-by. Today, this impressive architecture hosts various events, including exhibitions, concerts and conferences. A little further on, there is Saint-Jean-Baptiste Cathedral, a construction from the 12th or 13th century. Its Gothic style makes everyone agree on its magnificence, especially the twin towers, almost 100


Things to do and see - Wroclaw

Wander the city's medieval market square
Rynek of Wroclaw
Stroll along the picturesque streets of the oldest part of the city
Ostrow Tumski
Admire the Baroque-style building and see the Aula Leopoldina
University of Wroclaw
Step inside the palace to see the Historical Museum
Royal Palace
Experience the cultural and religious diversity of the neighborhood
Four Denominations District
Try spotting the small dwarf statues scattered throughout the city
Wroclaw Dwarfs
Wind down in the city's oldest and largest recreation space
Szczytnicki Park
See the city's beautiful bridges and riverside architecture
Odra River
Explore a castle with stunning architecture and a fascinating history
Ksiaz Castle
Witness one of the largest timber-framed religious buildings in Europe

Festivals - Wroclaw

FAQ - Wroclaw

How many gnome carvings are available in Wroclaw?
Why is Wroclaw nicknamed the Venice of Poland?
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