The marvelous Town Square with the City Hall, a gem of late Gothic architecture. The Gothic and Romanesque churches on the Cathedral Island (Ostrow Tumski), the baroque interiors of the University and superb examples of the International Modern style are all to be seen throughout this city. Visit www.wroclaw-airtour.pl which will guide you through the most beautiful spots in Wroclaw and the Lower Silesia Region. Shopping is another good reason for visiting Wroclaw with many shopping centres like the Dominikanska Gallery, located in the very heart of the city and other shopping centers with free transportation from the centre: Bielany, Korona, Borek. You can also find many small boutiques and galleries with amber and silver jewelers, ceramics, crystals, glass, which are conveniently located around the Old Town Square (Rynek).
Pierogi, gołąbki and barszcz - it’s a must and you have to try it. Wroclaw’s restaurants specialize primarily in traditional Polish and old Polish cuisine (Karczma Lwowska, Pod Gryfami), although there is no shortage of food from around the world, like Italian, French, Mexican, Russian, Egyptian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Japanese and many others. Worth a try: La Scala, Piramida Steakhouse, Sakana Sushi Bar, Da Lat, Mexico Bar, Sankt Petersburg, Przed i Po, Ready's which are waiting for you to serve an excellent food at reasonable prices.
In Wroclaw’s Town Square, night is just the darker part of day. The Square always bursts with life, the numerous nightclubs (Radio Bar, Daytona, Clinique, Studio 54, Szuflada), pubs (Guinness, John Bull, Pod Zielonym Kogutem), life jazz (Rura Jazz Club) vibrating with all rhythms of the world and open until the last guest leaves. A night on the town in Wroclaw is a good start to the next day. Ask for places located on the Old Square Market, Salt Square, Niepolda Passage and close to the University of Wroclaw.
Wroclaw hosts numerous international cultural events. Music (the International Festival "Wratislavia Cantans"), theatrical and film festivals, concerts and open-air shows (Wroclaw Non Stop) take place in the city all year round. See many art galleries (ceramic and glass, avant-garde, design, photography, contemporary art, naive and folk art etc.), museums, theatres and many other places which inspire artist from around the world, like for example performers who take part in "Buskerbus" - the International Festival of Street Art. We recommend to buy the Wroclaw Tourist Card and get free entrance to the most important museums, galleries and gardens, access to internet and public transportation system.
The whole region of Lower Silesia is extraordinarily attractive for tourists. Not only its capital, Wroclaw, situated on 12 islands connected by 112 bridges, with one of the most beautiful market squares in Poland and many other points of cultural interest, monuments, and interesting examples of architecture (e.g. the Centennial Hall, Market Hall), and parks (e.g. the Japanese Garden), is an intriguing place for newcomers. The region also offers a wide range of active entertainment, recreation, and leisure at its winter centres in Szklarska Poreba and Karpacz. Old castle and palace enthusiasts will also find interesting places in Lower Silesia: monuments such as the castle in Ksiaz, Czocha castle and the ruins in Bolkowo and Chojnik have been attracting foreign tourist for years.
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