Wroclaw is one of the prettiest and liveliest cities in Poland. The multicultural city has an important university, a vast array of restaurants and bars, designer shops, theatre and musical events. The Odra River and dozens of little canals that meander through its tree-lined streets with their tall, multi-coloured buildings set the scene. In fact, Wroclaw is made up of no less than 12 islands, joined by over 100 bridges, and simply begs to be explored.
||City of Wrocław: Approximately 630,000
||1 zloty (PLN) = 100 grosz
Fire Brigade: 998
||Shops are generally open from 9 am to 6 pm weekdays, and from 9 am to 3 pm on Saturdays. Some larger department stores and supermarkets are open on Sundays, and often to 9 pm or 10 pm on weekday evenings.
||Tourist Information Centre
The Wrocław Meeting Point, Rynek 14, Wroclaw
+48 71 3443 111
Opening hours: April-October 9 am-8/9 pm