1. Events on the Wroclaw market square.
Isn't that a good reason to visit Wrocław for a weekend at this time?
2. Ostrów Tumski.
The most important, the most beautiful and the oldest part of Wrocław. It is located 25 minutes from our Hotel, taking a slow walk. For centuries, this place was subject to church authority, in the past it was even necessary to pay the so-called "toll" for crossing the bridge that led to Ostrów Tumski.
Currently, this part of Wrocław is extremely popular among Wrocław residents, myself and among tourists. Lovers hang padlocks near the Tumski Bridge, and tourists look for the famous lighthouse keeper, who, wearing a hat and a black overcoat, lights up beautiful gas lanterns every day. There is also a monumental cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Bishop's Palace.Being in this area, it is also worth seeing the Słodowa Island, Hala Targowa and Boulevard Dunikowski.
3. Multimedia fountain.
The multimedia fountain located on the Pergola is the largest fountain in Poland and one of the largest in Europe. When booking a hotel in the city center, getting there is extremely easy. There are two trams leading to the fountain, which have their stops, among others, at our hotel.
The first multimedia show took place in 2009, on the twentieth anniversary of the first free elections in post-war Poland. 300 water jets with music and light created an unforgettable spectacle.
This year, due to epidemiological reasons, special screenings were canceled. Nevertheless, the organizers still invite you to daily, short shows, providing us with equally many amazing artistic experiences.
In the immediate vicinity there are: the Centennial Hall, the Zoo, the Four Domes Pavilion and the Japanese Garden.
4. Wroclaw dwarfs.
Favorite attraction of our youngest guests. The search for the gnomes can take 5 minutes, but just as well a full day. There are over 600 of them! For every seeker of these little creatures, we have prepared a surprise - a map of Wrocław dwarfs, which you will get at check-in.
If the dwarfs are the main goal of your trip, we especially encourage you to visit Wrocław in September, because that's when the Dwarfs Festival takes place. During the ceremony, children color dwarf houses, take part in numerous competitions and, together with their parents, have the opportunity to eat delicious ice cream in the fairy-tale Old Town Park.