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Did you know that Wroclaw is called “the City of 100 Bridges”? Sounds like Amsterdam, doesn’t it? As a matter of fact, the city has 12 little islands connected with the mainland by 112 bridges. Splendidly reconstructed after World War 2, Wroclaw is often called “the Polish Venice” or “Pearl of Lower Silesia”. Wherever you look, you can find little figures of Wroclaw Dwarfs, also called Wroclaw Gnomes – the number one symbol of the city. The capital of Lower Silesia is full of fun activities all year round, which makes it a perfect mini break destination. At wintertime, it offers a magical atmosphere with a traditional Christmas market, in the summer it invites its visitors for a cruise on the Odra river or an enchanted walk among the plants and flowers of the Japanese Garden. With Wroclaw International Airport and Krakow just 3-hour drive away, this tourist destination becomes increasingly popular with tourists from all around the globe!

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Castle tour from Wroclaw

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Krakow and Auschwitz day tour from Wroclaw

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Lodz private day tour from Wroclaw

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Jasna Gora & Black Madonna private day tour from Wroclaw

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Auschwitz Nazi Camp day tour from Wroclaw

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Lower Silesia day tour from Wroclaw

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Experiences in Wroclaw

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Wroclaw Old Town

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Ostrow Tumski

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Tumski bridge

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Centennial Hall

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Wroclaw Multimedia Fountain

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Japanese Garden

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Town Hall of Wroclaw

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Museum of Wroclaw University

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Cathedral of St. John the Baptist

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