A trip to Wroclaw makes for one of the best city break options in Poland. The city is steeped in over 1,000 years of history with impeccable architecture adorning the market square (Rynek) and the gorgeous Cathedral Island (Ostrow Tunski). There’s plenty of museums and galleries to check out, while the Oder River is a must for a boat tour. Wroclaw is perhaps Poland’s most bike-friendly city with its 200-plus kilometres of cycling paths with which to get around.
What you’ll love most about Wroclaw
- The city comprises over 20 islands and around 130 bridges. One of the most wonderful places to visit in Wroclaw is Cathedral Island that dates back over 1,000 years
- Discover the beautiful and diverse Gothic and Baroque architecture of the historical churches and Cathedral of John the Baptist
- Follow the famous Dwarf Trail where you’ll find hundreds of tiny gnome-like mini statues creating a path through which you can explore the city
- The Centennial Hall is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, selected to join the UNESCO list for its pioneering work of modern engineering and architecture