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  • Gravitacja

    The  First weeks there was too visit bars, hangouts, trips, and meetups which helped us to quickly socialize and meet new friends. The girls are beautiful and really friendly. Most of the parties we did it in our student's residence or flat until sunrise. The food is...

    0 by Carlos, in Erasmus party Wroclaw, 2 months ago
  • Most Grunwaldzki

    This bridge was close to my university. I have lots of time to spend in there. It has a great view, it is also close to goverment building, they built by Germans. Their architecture was good. University of Wroclaw has a nice view. Actually departments like Informatics...

    0 by Seçil, in What to see Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Tumski bridge

    Tumski Bridge is one of many bridges in Wrocław but it is special, as it's known as a bridge of lovers. The nickname comes from the tradition of putting locks with lovers names or initials at the sides of the bridge, so that you're relationship would survive forever....

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Ribs sculpture

    I can assume that each big city has some odd work of art hidden somewhere and here is one of them in Wrocław. It was finished not so long ago, I guess around two years and it was a controversy from the beginning. People couldn't believe how the city could spend more...

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Christmas Market

    If you're planning to stay in Wrocław during Christmas time, you probably have heard already about the Christmas Market in the main market square. It is traditional, full of small carts and wooden huts, with carousels placed in the middle for children. Looks basically...

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Rędziński bridge

    Wrocław is known as a city of bridges, I am not sure how many exactly do we have but surely it is the most in Poland. Rędziński bridge is also the longest one and my personal favorite! You can see it from the distance, it looks very modern and the experience of...

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Wroclaw's neons

    This place is located very close to the city center, at the opposite side of market square, in the backyard behind the New Horizons cinema. There are many small pubs, cafes, and art galleries in vicinity, so there's something to do both during the day and nightime. It...

    0 by Karolina, in What to see Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Bułka z Masłem

    They offer delicious breakfast, a very very pretty backyard and great tea. The furniture is really nice and it is very cozy! In winter time they have THE best tea with homemade jam and lots of fruits. The cake is really good as well and the burgers are amazing! I loved...

    0 by Cindy, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Most Pomorski (Pomeranian Bridge)

    It was my first time to visit Wroclaw, many would say, was one of the most beautiful and colorful cities in Poland. I wonder why ... As I finished appreciating the old town, I went further inside University of Wroclaw, in history was the birthplace of actuarial science,...

    0 by Ernesto, in What to see Wroclaw, one year ago
  • Gorgeous old town of Wroclaw

    After Krakow, I figured to explore more Polish cities and went to a former German city Wroclaw. I decided to go there to see the difference between Gdansk and Wroclaw. As I described before, Gdansk also was a former German city. However, the city has Polish origin. But...

    0 by Denys, in What to see Wroclaw, 3 years ago
  • Cafe Targowa

    It's shortly open place during the time because of the opening time of the market. But is closly connected with the people who rides bikes, tourist, students and friends of the owner of the Cafe Targowa.  Owner of this place come by bike from England to Wrocław only...

    0 by Katarzyna, in Cafe, cocktail, beer Wroclaw, 4 years ago
  • Wrocław

    What to say about Wroclaw? Let's go back in time, pretend we have a special device that can take us there. So, close your eyes and breathe deeply… The street is dark, although the moon is shining. The tall and old trees are blocking its light. In the near distance...

    0 by Dănilă, in What to see Wroclaw, 6 years ago
  • Good Bye Lenin Hostel

    Hi there in Wroclaw  ;-) You may be wondering why i'm writing here as I'm not an Erasmus student in your city (and not even a student anymore  :-( Well no, but there's a good reason. I'm currently a manager of an amazing hostel in Zakopane called Good Bye Lenin and...

    0 by stan, in Where to sleep Wroclaw, 7 years ago

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