Drawing influences from Bohemia, Austria, and Prussia, Wroclaw is a city with something for everyone. Whether you’re into interesting architecture, performance arts, or raging nightlife, Wroclaw will leave you satisfied and wanting to return. Start at Market Square, home to the Gothic Old Town Hall and the center of activity in Wroclaw. From there, wander the streets of the city center and try to find as many dwarves as you can; there are hundreds of little bronze dwarf statues scattered throughout the city.
A must-see attraction in Wroclaw is Cathedral Island, dating back to the 10th century and surrounded by the Oder River. The island is home to a number of wonderful historic buildings like the Wroclaw Cathedral and the Church of St. Giles, a modest house of worship built in 1220. When night falls, make your way to Szczytnicki Park to see the Multimedia Fountain, an impressive display involving 300 water nozzles, colorful lights, and music all combined to dazzle onlookers every hour.
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