Described as the “Polish Venice”, Wroclaw has many charms to offer. For a pleasant stroll from one of our Campanile hotel restaurants in Wroclaw, start your tour by taking on the labyrinth of bridges and discover many Gothic churches.
The old town is home to the second largest medieval market in Europe. Between the architecture of the town hall and the impressive statues that surround its park, jewelry shops and bars to be discovered in shady alleys, you will surely not be bored. On the second day, simply cross the river to Omstrow Tumski ("Cathedral Island").
To the east, you will find the Centennial Hall, classified as a World Heritage site by Unesco. With the Japanese Garden nearby, this is a visit not to be missed. The city is also full of museums, but don’t miss the Panorama Raclawcka - a 360° fresco of the Battle of Raclawice.You can’t visit Wroclaw without sampling its famous nightlife. The Market Square is a prime stop with nightclubs such as the Novocaina Club.
Wroclaw is also suitable for family vacations. Wroclaw Zoo and the Eastern Park are great places for young and old alike!