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Church of St. Elizabeth

Church of St. Elizabeth

Church of St. Elizabeth dates back to the 14th century and is one of the oldest churches in Wroclaw. The church is located in the Old Town and it is hard to miss; it is the tallest building in the area. To reach this place you will need to climb the 300 steps up, but it will be well worth it since it offers a panoramic view of the entire city.
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Opera Wroclaw

Take a step back in time to a more elegant age and visit this breathtakingly beautiful old Opera house. Any fan of opera or musical theatre will find great shows to enjoy. On the programme you will also find ballets.
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Tumski Bridge

Take a padlock and key and take your sweetheart to Tumski Bridge, lock the padlock to the bridge and then throw away the key to Odra River. By doing so it is claimed to make your love stronger and make it last forever. You will also find out that you are not the only one; there are hundreds of padlocks on the bridge, with names, dates and short messages.
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Wroclaw Sightseeing Tours - Day Tours

Would you like to take a day tour and explore the most interesting visitor attractions? Wroclaw Sightseeing Tours offers exciting quality one-day sightseeing tours in south-western Poland. The tours are led by professional guides who will take you to historical, beautiful and intriguing sites.
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Ethnographic Museum

This bright three floor museum is located just outside the Old Town. Here you will find treasures such as handicrafts, carvings, artefacts as well as traditional clothing from Lower Silesia. This is a great place to learn about the Wroclaw's history.
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Aga Tours - City Tour

A great way to explore the city is by funky Melex carts (electric car) for five passengers. The routes have been organized by a qualified guide and while enjoying the different sights an audio guide keeps you informed on all the most interesting attractions of Wroclaw.
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Ogrod Japonski (the Japanese Garden)

Located in Szczytnicki Park close to Hala Ludowa (Centenary Hall), the Japanese garden was built for the World Exhibition of 1913, and features water gardens and lakes, a bridge in authentic architectural style, stone lanterns and pavilions.
Wrocław Cathedral

Wrocław Cathedral

See the portico of Romanesque and Renaissance architecture, the pulpit with carvings by Urbański, a winged altar from the Wit Stwosz School, and outstanding stained-glass windows designed by Krystyna and Stanisław Pękalski in the cathedral. Climb the tower for a panoramic view of Wrocław.
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