Things to do here
Wrocław pronounced “Vrots-waf” is the largest city is western Poland and is the economic and cultural centre of the local region. The city was part of Germany until the end of WWII and Germanic, Austrian and Prussian influences can clearly be seen in the city’s architecture typified by the graceful Market Square. The city is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful in Poland. In more recent times, Wrocław was a stronghold of resistance to communist rule during the 1980s. It is a European Capital of Culture in 2016.
- Café & Restaurant Steinhaus is extremely popular with locals. It likes to boast that its traditional Polish cuisine is like its 'homemade'.
- Bernard Pub Restaurant has a Czech influenced menu and offers solid regional comfort food that goes perfectly with the Czech Republic's famous Pils beer.
- Monopol Hotel is a classic Wrocław establishment that has played host to royalty in the past.
- Hotel Dwór Polski - a 16th century building houses this charming hotel with many rooms overlooking a lovely internal courtyard.