Wroclaw is a very pretty town and in a way it feels like it takes it for granted.
|Town Hall, restored Market Square (social and cultural centre)|
Regarding transportation Wroclaw is a hub for Polski bus and it also boasts an easy to use tram system.
|Wroclaw Glowny train station|
Wroclaw is a university town with 5 different universities and many other technical and vocational training schools.
Wroclaw has an area of almost 293 square kilometers and it's the largest city in Lower Silesia.
|Place Solny (Flower Market 24/7).|
|It reminds me of the Tarot card "The judgement"|
As the temperature was below 30, I decided to try my first Zupa in Poland. I went to ZZ top, as suggested by "W. In your pocket" and oh, my God! It was amazing. Soooo yummy and fresh.
Elizabeth' s Church (viewing point from the top):
To go up it costs 5 zl. and 290 staircase steps! (Utrecht tower is still my favourite one though).
Almost hidden from view in a courtyard between ul. Antoniego and ul. Wlodowika, nowadays its neighbourhood is full of bear gardens, bohemians and intellectuals (Would be ideal with wine gardens though).
Sadly, it was there that members of the Jewish community were rounded up for deployment to the death camps during WWII.
|My friend Achim from Bonn told me that his grandpa came from Waldenburg|
|Powodzenia (Good luck!)|
PETITE SURPRISE: There are over 300 mini sculptures of gnomes in the city centre. (Some adults are also fascinated by them)
Poland has always been famous for graphic design.
Neon signage was prolific in the People' s Republic of Poland during the Cold War era. Today, neon is back in vogue and the country's signs are being restored. Wroclaw is still home to some of Poland's most iconic and photographed neon signs.
View from top of Renoma Department store.
Art in Wroclaw.
|Striking view from Ibis Style Hotel|