Perched on the Oder River, Wroclaw is the 4th most populous city in Poland. Wroclaw boasts a market square lined with elegant townhouses and a stunning gothic old town hall. The oldest part of the city however is an absolute gem. Ostrow Tumski houses some of the cities’ most important churches and the area dates back to the 10th century. Wroclaw is nicknamed as Poland’s Venice, boasting 130 bridges connecting the 12 islands of the city. We visited Wroclaw in March of 2017, it was our second Polish city that we visited after Krakow and it didn’t disappoint.

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