Wroclaw, Poland’s “European Capital of Culture”

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12 Responses

  1. Helene says:

    Awesome photos! The church and the town hall look so beautiful! The historic tram line is adorable:) I’ve visited Warsaw, but no other places in Poland, so thanks for the insight!

  2. Alex says:

    Wow Wroclaw looks beautiful. I loved Prague when I visited so it would be great to see Wroclaw too 🙂

  3. Tyra says:

    Wooooooooooooooooooow. Wroclaw is so colorful and beautiful and clean. I would love to live in one of those tenement houses near the market square. This city looks like a movie, it doesn’t seem real. How was the food there?

  4. Aditi says:

    This is gorgeous. I was eagerly waiting for your Wroclaw write-up. I can’t believe how amazing and intricate the detailings on the chapel and buildings are. I’d love to take the historic tram ride. 🙂 Cheers!!

  5. Travelquartz says:

    This was such a visual treat to my eyes. I almost got transported to worclaw. The town hall is my favorite among all the options shared. Gotta book the tickets soon.

  6. Michael says:

    The architecture and the trams look amazing. The pictures look really good too. Poland is a country that I have never been, but that might change

  7. Wow what a fantastic place to visit! so photogenic, I know my husband would spend hours wandering these gorgeous streets!

  8. Rahat Arora says:

    Never heard about Wroclaw before this post but its really very nice place to explore. I like the images of town hall all colorful buildings looks so impressive. Great post.

  9. Wynne says:

    I am surprised to see so many wonderful places in Wroclaw, and even more surprised that I have never heard of this place before. I would love to visit Wroclaw someday

  10. Ajay chander says:

    This is absolutely stunning , Colorful and gorgeous city . If i get a chance i would want to visit these places one day , thanks for sharing this beauty

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