Poland

Wrocław, Poland in pictures

(Last Updated On: 18/10/2019)

I’ve been to Wrocław few times before but always it was just a quick stop on the way somewhere else – to a youth camp abroad, to nordic combined competitions in Czech Republic or to catch a flight to Italy. During every visit I promised myself I will return there for longer than just few hours to enjoy all the things to do in Wroclaw. But always there were other places that I just happened to visit and Wrocław was postponed to a later date. Eventually this winter the opportunity arose and I was able to spend the whole weekend in this extremely beautiful city.


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Wrocław is the 4th biggest city in Poland, located in south-west part of the country, fairly close to the German and Czech borders. It was established in 10th century and over the years it was part of Kingdom of Poland, Bohemia, the Austrian Empire, Prussia, Germany and (after the II World War) Poland again. Due to location at the crossroads of important trading routes – Via Regia and Amber Road – Wrocław always played an important part in the history, also a tragic one. At the end of the War the city was under the siege and half of the city was destroyed (as it was in many Polish cities in that period).


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My weekend in Wrocław happened in the coldest days of the year, with temperatures -15C. Still it didn’t stop me from walking around and admiring the beauty of the place. The Old Town is extremely picturesque with colorful houses presenting various architecture styles. The bridge leading to the Cathedral Island is full of love lockers – a while ago a big part of them had to be removed as the bridge could have collapsed because of their weight. But the biggest attraction of Wrocław are small dwarfs. There are over 200 of them, located all over the city and looking for them around is just so much fun. Dwarfs are already a good reason to come to Wrocław but just see what else the city had to offer.

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18 Comments

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    Shikha (whywasteannualleave)
    17/01/2015 at 10:18

    I had never before heard of Wroclaw until I read another blog post about how beautiful it is and your photos absolutely confirm that! I’ve never been to Poland bit this is absolutely a place I would want to see if I did go one day ☺

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      kami
      26/01/2015 at 21:29

      Wrocław is amazing, it’s definitely one of the most beautiful cities in Poland! But we have so many more incredible destinations, you should come and see yourself :)

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    Renata Mioduszewska
    26/10/2016 at 19:37

    Kamila mnie to miasto też urzekło, jak byłam pierwszy raz, to też stwierdziłam , że mogłabym tam mieszkać

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      Kami and the rest of the world
      26/10/2016 at 19:38

      u mnie te uczucia narastały z każdą wizytą, a ostatnio dość często bywałam, aż dziś w końcu do takich wniosków doszłam :)

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      Renata Mioduszewska
      26/10/2016 at 19:39

      byłam już kilka razy i wciąż zachwyca

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      Renata Mioduszewska
      26/10/2016 at 19:40

      to jest miasto z klimatem

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    Jola Ramon
    26/10/2016 at 19:41

    Ja co roku przywoze nowych znajomych by poznali Wrocław. Gdybym planowała na starość zostac w Polsce to tylko te piękne miasto.

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      Kami and the rest of the world
      26/10/2016 at 19:49

      znajomi pewnie równie zachwyceni z Wrocławia wracają :)

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      Jola Ramon
      26/10/2016 at 19:50

      Dokładnie. Wszyscy zakochani

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      Jola Ramon
      26/10/2016 at 19:51

      Nawet Gdańsk i Kraków nie są tak piękne

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    Piotr Czyszpak
    26/10/2016 at 20:12

    Moje miasto! Zapraszam jak będę na piwko i na spacer po miejscach do których sama nie dotrzesz… :)

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      Kami and the rest of the world
      30/10/2016 at 22:16

      dogadamy sie ;) chociaż te miejsca dość przerażająco zabrzmiały ;)

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    Chilińska Małgorzata
    26/10/2016 at 20:18

    Najładniejsze ♡♡♡♡♡

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      Kami and the rest of the world
      30/10/2016 at 22:16

      zgadzam się :)

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    Ewa Pi
    26/10/2016 at 20:38

    Ja wyjechałam, Ty przyjechałaś. Ktoś zawsze na straży:)

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      Kami and the rest of the world
      30/10/2016 at 22:16

      najlepiej!

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    Przez okulary
    29/10/2016 at 07:59

    Cieszę się, że mieszkam w tak pięknym mieście :)

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      Kami and the rest of the world
      30/10/2016 at 22:16

      jest z czego się cieszyć :)

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