Four Domes Pavillion, Wroclaw

Day 3. Wrocław’s National Museum and Exhibition Grounds

Our morning began with a 20 minute tram ride from outside the main railway station (Wrocław Glówny) to the National Museum, (Trams 5 and 11).  The museum  is home to one of the largest art collections in the country.  It's better value to purchase a combined ticket with the Radowice Panorama, 25zl (£4.74) which is valid …

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Wrocław University Library

Day 2. Exploring Wrocław’s Museums

After a good night's sleep in our comfortable bed at the Ibis Styles Wroclaw Centrum, we enjoyed a relaxing breakfast in the hotel's restaurant.  Continuing with the Alice in Wonderland theme, upturned wooden tables hang from the ceiling and furnishings include a checkerboard floor and playing card motifs on the walls.  We discovered a plentiful …

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Wroclaw

Day 1. Wrocław, Poland – a city break

Poland has become one of my most visited countries, I enjoy spending time there so much.  After selecting Poznan for a festive break last year, this time we decided to head to Poland's fourth largest city Wrocław.  It's located on the Oder River in the Lower Silesian region of the south west of the country. …

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