Wroclaw travel guide

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You're Going to Love Wroclaw

With its elegant historical market square, impressive cathedral, and beautiful riverfront neighborhood, Wroclaw is everything you'd hope an Eastern European city could be. Stunning to look at, buzzing with nightlife, and culturally vibrant, it's a fantastic urban destination.

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What to do in Wroclaw

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When to Visit Wroclaw

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Summer is the best time to visit Wroclaw as it is both the warmest time of year and festival season. Expect temperatures above 75 degrees most of the time during July and August.

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Where to Stay in Wroclaw

Popular high-end city center accommodation options include the Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town and the Hotel Monopol, while an even more upmarket option is the Grape Hotel, housed in an 18th-century mansion just outside the center.

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How to Get Around Wroclaw

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Shopping Streets

The Old Town around Rynek is the core of Wroclaw's shopping district, with plenty of pedestrianized streets to explore. Check out city center malls like Galeria Dominikańska or Galeria Handlowa.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in Wroclaw include Biedronka and Carrefour. Prices should be low, at around zł9 for a gallon of milk.

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Where to Eat in Wroclaw

Over 700 years old, Piwnica Świdnicka is one of the oldest restaurants in Europe and is a magnet for diners, while other Polish restaurants include Pod Papugami and Przystań, with its fantastic riverside views. Expect meals to cost about zł120.