Renting a bike is one way to cover most attractions in Wroclaw. Believe me when I say, one day is not enough! A day on the bike will give you a good overview of Wroclaw so that you could plan you walking tour better. Everywhere you go, watch out for the little people – the … More Streets of Wroclaw VI
Choose the color you most like and you can probably find an apartment building in that color. The old part of Wroclaw is one of the most beautiful of the Polish cities. Krakow and Warsaw make the top three most visited towns.
Some of the most beautiful apartment building in Wroclaw are so intricately decorated that one could stand on the pavement below and admire them for some time. In fact in the town center there are numerous benches and people do just that. Others – like me – scout the best angle for the shot 😉 The … More Streets of Wroclaw IV
By all means peak into the small side streets. You never know what you will find 😉
Practically every street in the old part of Wroclaw will amaze you. The apartment houses are unique, beautiful, and each one is different. The first floor is a store of some kind, a cafe, or a restaurant. From the second floor up there are apartments. If you look closely you will discover that the height … More Streets of Wroclaw II
Wroclaw is the second most beautiful city after Krakow. The Old Town Hall stands in the center of Market Square. The Gothic Town hall was built in the 13th century. Today its Great Hall serves as a place for civil weddings and various cultural events like concerts and lectures. There is also a museum there … More Streets of Wroclaw I
Statue in a park in Wroclaw, Poland. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Graceful.
I bet you did not know that there is one city in Poland that is inhabitated not only by people, but also by dwarves. Wroclaw, in southern Poland, has by now a popoulation of 163 and growing. Each one has a name, but you will forgive me for not knowing them 🙂 If you visit Wroclaw … More Tiny People / WPC