Succumb to the charm of Wroclaw
Explore one of the most colorful and picturesque cities of Poland. Get lost among the colorful townhouses and winding lanes of the Old Town. Look around carefully while walking the streets. Wroclaw is home to a happy family of dwarves. Who knows, maybe you will stumble upon one of them?
What you will visit:
The Odra River & more than a hundred bridges – find out why Wroclaw is called “The Polish Venice”.
Ostrow Tumski Island – discover the oldest part of Wroclaw, also known as the cathedral island.
Old Town with the Old Market Square and its Gothic City Hall – experience the vibrant atmosphere of the Old Town and don’t miss the dwarves!
Japanese Garden – find your zen in this unique garden inspired by the Japanese culture.
Church of Peace in Jawor – you’ll be impressed by this 17th century wooden church, which is the oldest one of its kind in Europe.
The Wang Chapel in Karpacz – what does this gem of Scandinavian architecture do in Poland? Check for yourself!
Ksiaz – Szczawno Zdroj – Swidnica (full day excursion) – visit Ksiaz, the 3rd largest castle in Poland where Nazis had their secret headquarters, get relaxed in the spa town of Szczawno Zdroj, and see the numerous sights Swidnica has to offer.
Museum of Gold in Zlotoryja – visit the city where a Polish gold fever began.