Wrocław (pronounced “vrots-wav”), the fourth largest city in Poland, is situated on the Odra River in western Poland, some 40 miles from the border with the Czech Republic to the south. Historically, the story of Wroclaw is one of constant change: at various times the city has been part of Poland, Bohemia, Hungary, Austro-Hungary, Prussia and Germany. The city became part of Poland again in 1945, as a result of the border changes after World War II. Wrocław is a university city with a student population of over 130,000, making it one of the most youthful cities in the country, something which is immediately obvious when you are there. The city has great potential as a tourist destination, with a compact and strikingly attractive Old Town which is actually outdone by the stunning beauty and tranquil atmosphere of the adjacent Ostrów Tumski area, also known as Cathedral Island.

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Europeum Hotel  Website Trip Advisor Page The Europeum Hotel is a bright, modern hotel ideally situated on the southern edge of the Old Town, about a three minute walk from the main square (the Rynek). The hotel has well-appointed rooms with air conditioning, mini bar, safe and flat screen tv plus a modern bathroom with walk-in shower. In addition the hotel has a fitness suite and sauna as well as its own restaurant, Brasserie 27, which serves modern international cuisine and doubles as the hotel’s breakfast room. The hotel’s reception, restaurant and housekeeping staff are universally pleasant and helpful and pricewise the hotel is quite affordable. (ul. Kazimierza Wielkiego 27a, Wroclaw 50-077)
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Bernard Pub Restaurant  Website Trip Advisor Page Bernard is a very attractive restaurant, with beautiful modern decor throughout its three floors of dining space, a lively atmosphere and friendly, efficient staff. The menu consists of a mixture of Polish, Czech and other European dishes. Despite the location on the main square and the overall upmarket feel to the place, prices are moderate. Can be strongly recommended. (35 Rynek, Wroclaw 50-102) Pierogarnia Stary Mlyn  Website Trip Advisor Page This is an interesting place, with rustic decor over two floors.The overall feel is that you are dining inside a barn (in a nice way) and the basement level actually has what looks like an original delivery chute! The food is Polish and consists of mainly pierogi (Polish dumplings) with a smattering of other European and international dishes. The food is of a decent standard, the service prompt and friendly and prices are very acceptable indeed. Well worth a try. (ul. Rynek 26, Wroclaw 50-101) Restauracja Vivere Italiano  Website Trip Advisor Page This is an above average Italian restaurant, much more than a basic pizza / pasta place. The restaurant, located just off the main square, is bright and modern and the pleasant staff are very well turned out. The pizzas are great, but remainder of the menu is what sets the restaurant apart: starters include fish soup and mussels cooked in garlic, while main courses consist of a range of seafood and meat dishes. (Ofiar Oswiecimskich 21, Wroclaw 50-069)
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Click to enlarge Trzebnica Mount Sleza Sobotka Zielona Gora   Out of Town Ostrów Tumski  The Rynek / Plac Solny Wroclaw Town Hall Racławice PanoramaWroclaw Zoo The Wroclaw Gnomes       Greatest Hits Worth a Look Centennial Hall Wroclaw Cathedral National Museum St. Elizabeth's Church Royal Palace (City Museum) St. Mary Magdalene Church
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Wrocław (pronounced “vrots-wav”), the fourth largest city in Poland, is situated on the Odra River in western Poland, some 40 miles from the border with the Czech Republic to the south. Historically, the story of Wroclaw is one of constant change: at various times the city has been part of Poland, Bohemia, Hungary, Austro- Hungary, Prussia and Germany. The city became part of Poland again in 1945, as a result of the border changes after World War II. Wrocław is a university city with a student population of over 130,000, making it one of the most youthful cities in the country, something which is immediately obvious when you are there. The city has great potential as a tourist destination, with a compact and strikingly attractive Old Town which is actually outdone by the stunning beauty and tranquil atmosphere of the adjacent Ostrów Tumski area, also known as Cathedral Island.
Trzebnica Mount Sleza Sobotka Zielona Gora   Out of Town Ostrów Tumski  The Rynek / Plac Solny Wroclaw Town Hall Racławice PanoramaWroclaw Zoo The Wroclaw Gnomes       Greatest Hits Worth a Look Centennial Hall Wroclaw Cathedral National Museum St. Elizabeth's Church Royal Palace (City Museum) St. Mary Magdalene Church
Europeum Hotel  Website Trip Advisor Page The Europeum Hotel is a bright, modern hotel ideally situated on the southern edge of the Old Town, about a three minute walk from the main square (the Rynek). The hotel has well-appointed rooms with air conditioning, mini bar, safe and flat screen tv plus a modern bathroom with walk- in shower. In addition the hotel has a fitness suite and sauna as well as its own restaurant, Brasserie 27, which serves modern international cuisine and doubles as the hotel’s breakfast room. The hotel’s reception, restaurant and housekeeping staff are universally pleasant and helpful and pricewise the hotel is quite affordable. (ul. Kazimierza Wielkiego 27a, Wroclaw 50-077)
Bernard Pub Restaurant  Website Trip Advisor Page Bernard is a very attractive restaurant, with beautiful modern decor throughout its three floors of dining space, a lively atmosphere and friendly, efficient staff. The menu consists of a mixture of Polish, Czech and other European dishes. Despite the location on the main square and the overall upmarket feel to the place, prices are moderate. Can be strongly recommended. (35 Rynek, Wroclaw 50-102) Pierogarnia Stary Mlyn  Website Trip Advisor Page This is an interesting place, with rustic decor over two floors.The overall feel is that you are dining inside a barn (in a nice way) and the basement level actually has what looks like an original delivery chute! The food is Polish and consists of mainly pierogi (Polish dumplings) with a smattering of other European and international dishes. The food is of a decent standard, the service prompt and friendly and prices are very acceptable indeed. Well worth a try. (ul. Rynek 26, Wroclaw 50-101) Restauracja Vivere Italiano  Website Trip Advisor Page This is an above average Italian restaurant, much more than a basic pizza / pasta place. The restaurant, located just off the main square, is bright and modern and the pleasant staff are very well turned out. The pizzas are great, but remainder of the menu is what sets the restaurant apart: starters include fish soup and mussels cooked in garlic, while main courses consist of a range of seafood and meat dishes. (Ofiar Oswiecimskich 21, Wroclaw 50-069)