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Wroclaw (WRO), the city on the Odra, is one of Poland's four largest cities. Perhaps this is why it offers its visitors such a variety of beautiful and historic sights. Take a trip to the lively marketplace in the historic Old Town. From here, continue to the Panorama of Raclawice Battle, to Wroclaw City Hall and the Japanese Garden. A visit to Wroclaw (WRO) Zoo is particularly popular with families with children. It is home to more than 7,000 animals of more than 850 species spread over around 33 hectares. In the Old Town, there are many other sights such as the St. Bernard Church, Wroclaw's dwarfs, the Fencer Fountain, the market hall and the former Royal Palace. Discover Wroclaw (WRO) in all its cultural and historical glory.
Book your Wroclaw (WRO) flights now and discover Poland's fourth-largest city. It offers numerous cultural and historical sights and other destinations for holidaymakers from around the world. The city on the Odra recognises its cultural diversity and combines history and modernity in a unique way. Visitors to Wroclaw (WRO) can experience historical buildings and squares on the one hand, and modern life on the other. City travellers will love this combination of tradition and modernity, as the city is so inspirational with its ever-new ideas about art, culture and leisure.
Book Wroclaw (WRO) flights now and discover the city's rich culture. The city's most famous building is the Centennial Hall, built in 1913 and now declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The oldest district, the Cathedral Island, with its many churches is also fascinating as the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist was built during the 13th and 14th centuries, whilst other churches were built in the 12th century. Don't forget to pay a visit to the colourful and lively Old Town, as this is also where the Gothic Town Hall is. The marketplace and adjacent salt market are surrounded by historical buildings, which are now mostly inhabited.