Discover the best top things to do in Lower Silesia Province, Poland including Market Square (Rynek), Church of Peace, Swidnica (Kosciol Pokoju w Swidnicy), Wroclaw's Dwarfs, Szczeliniec Wielki, Ostrow Tumski - (Cathedral Island), Errant Rocks, Arboretum Wojslawice, Stolowe Mountain National Park, Old Town- Historic Center, Single Track.
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5 based on 3 reviews
I love a brightly coloured collection of buildings so this square was tourist heaven for me! Most of the square was reconstructed after the war but it is not obvious. There are plenty of restaurants, tourist information centres and souvenir shops in the square... as well as a few Wroclaw dwarfs to find!
5 based on 251 reviews
It was a huge WOOOW! Modest from the outside, beautiful, rich inside. Easy to get to by car. In 1618 started a war that lasted for 30 years. After the treaty was signed, catholics were much stronger at this area co protestants could build only 3 churches. But what churches! According to legends protestants could build churches but with delicate materials - to be destroyed sooner of later. They were built with sand, wood, with not many nails. It was planned that they would be in debris soon. As it was built thanks to the treaty after war it was named Church of Peace. There were tree wooden churches in 3 different cities. A church in the first city collapsed. Workers were smarter and more experienced so a church built in the second city was even bigger and more solid. The third one was built in Swidnica. It is the most solid, the biggest one. It is the biggest wooden church in Europe (7500 people can be inside- co many because it has balconies), At the nearby cementary granddad of Bismarck is buried. Absolutely magnificent building - visit it!
4.5 based on 2 reviews
Try to find as much as possible))) these dworfs create so unique atmosphere of the city!!!! You would not miss them. They are everywhere))) (in the city center)
5 based on 321 reviews
Nature at its finest. A flat top mountain, where large in size rock platform has carved maze inside, with all sorts of passages between fantastic rock formations, all on three levels. Access from Karłów (many car parks, all paid, filling up quickly in season) or from Pasterka (car park in forest, good for day stay, don't leave your car overnight - managers from the hut on Szczeliniec put up a warning, that car left there might be a subject of bulglary). From both mentioned villages path leads to the foot of Szczeliniec, than there's only one path to the hut on Szczeliniec, with superb views from about three viewing platforms. Surprisigly many people finish they trips here - maybe because top part of Szczeliniec is accessible with ticket only. Entrance behind the hut. The real labirynth starts from there. About an hour of walking on quite narrow paths between the rocks. Great views from many places. Viewing platform of Fotel Pradziada - highest peak on Szczeliniec, also highest in Góry Stołowe (Table Mountains). Way down on very steep metals stairs. Absolutely must see.
4.5 based on 1 reviews
Tumski Island is interesting in its architecture, views and atmosphere. A walk there takes you back in time, as you see these antient streets and cathedrals. It's a must when you visit Wroclaw. A visit at night is especially recomended, as the lighted streets are so quiet and romantic.
5 based on 313 reviews
Located right at Poland/Czechia border - still on Polish side. Accessible by foot - some steep ascents on the way, it takes few hours to walk there. There is an option for cars available, with new big carpark (charge) at the footsteps of the labyrinth with some refreshments and hot food on sale. But because of the access road being very narrow there's one way traffic only, so every hour at an full hour all cars go one way, at half past the other direction is available. The entrance is situated at the south end of the labyrinth, with little kiosk selling entry tickets, and also maps, guide books and souvenirs. Round walk through Błędne Skały (Errant Rocks) takes about 40 minutes, and is wet and slippery in many places, with plenty of puddles, so waterresistant shoes are good idea. After negotiating all narrow passes and deep corridors you leave labyrinth at the north end, than walk back to the south entrance by new path bypassing massif from the west. Great views from the highest point, mainly towards Czech side.
5 based on 104 reviews
The hudge garden area is full of charming paths with beautiful colorful flowers. It is worth to visit if you like to spend a time in the nature. You will find here beautiful views and calm atmosphere. The best time to visit is on May or June when the plants are blooming. I truly reccomand this place.
5 based on 144 reviews
Amazing National Park with Labyrynth like Mountains.
One of the most interesting places in Poland. A masterpiece of nature! Great place for the whole family, brilliant views, and delicious coffee to grab at the top. On the Sunday that we visited, there were very few people on the trail - best is Rock Mushrooms, the trail which leads from the foot of Szczeliniec Wielki to its gigantic rocks at the top.
Unfortunately fees must be paid, however reasonable amount.
4.5 based on 986 reviews
I'm afraid that I just wasn't expecting Wroclaw to be so lovely and friendly! Lots of restaurants, historic structures, architectural interest, outdoor Seating, etc. There were some street performers (which really aren't my thing anyway) that were so-so, but, unlike in Prague or Berlin, they don't intrude and try to insist on you paying attention to them.
5 based on 84 reviews
This was my first time on the single-tracks and what a discovery! Lot of fun and adrenaline! However make sure you're bike is in a good condition and start with easier tracks on the Czech side (blue track). Then you can try the red ones which are more challenging. I'll be back for sure!
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