Wroclaw is often lauded as Poland’s best city break - smaller and less hectic than Warsaw, yet packed with beautiful architecture and cultural riches, it provides a more intimate snapshot of Poland’s unique heritage. Whether you are looking for horse-drawn carriages under Gothic spires, or contemporary art galleries before a night on the town, Wroclaw’s spectacular range of sights, tastes and sounds mean it truly is one of Europe’s must-see destinations.
Whether you are visiting the city on business or pleasure, serviced apartments in Wroclaw offer the most cost-effective and enjoyable way of experiencing the local culture whilst giving you flexibility and your own private space. The Squa.re offer a selection of such properties, which offer the best features of traditional accommodation, such as reception, room cleaning and concierge services, whilst also giving you home-from-home conveniences, including kitchen facilities and private access. Whether you are looking for a luxury apartment or functional corporate housing, we can source the perfect accommodation for your needs.
Wroclaw is awash with its own distinctive culture. Like much of Poland, it is a blend of the historical and the modern - with picturesque streets concealing plenty of contemporary attractions. Its wealth of heritage sites, diverse eateries and fashionable galleries means visitors can make two different trips to the city and have two completely different experiences.
Many first-time visitors simply prefer to walk the historic streets, marvelling at the Gothic architecture and stopping in at the myriad of traditional restaurants, trendy cafes and quirky independent craft stores. Alternatively, cycling around the centre is also very popular and makes for a great way to see many sights in a short space of time.
Those seeking nightlife will not be found wanting, as Wroclaw has a fantastic selection of bars, clubs and restaurants. In this sense, the city is especially good for those travelling on a budget, as drinks in Poland are generally cheap outside of Warsaw and its possible to find excellent quality dining experience at comparatively low prices.
If you are looking to sample traditional Polish cuisine, then Kurna Chata Restauracja Polskie dania Obiady or Targowa are great places to try first, both offering local specialties in a cosy environment. Alternatively, for those seeking some real authenticity, Prewar is a restaurant that doubles as a 1930s history museum - complete with authentic furniture and old-style menu.
Renoma and Galeria Dominikańska are two of the major shopping malls in the city, each offering over 70 retail outlets under a single roof. Alternatively, Wroclaw Fashion Outlet is a great option for those seeking designer brands a reduced prices. Market Square is also home to many independent vendors, offering everything from watch repair to local foods and produce.
Wroclaw Town Hall is a stunning Gothic structure that is now an art museum and an absolute must for first time visitors. Similarly, Market Square offers some stunning architecture and is largely seen as the historic heart of the city. Those seeking something a little more modern can head to head to Wroclaw fountain, where there are seasonal shows featuring synchronized water, light & music.
Despite its historic appearance, Wroclaw has a modern and reliable public transport system, including over 120 bus routes and 23 tram lines, covering just about every corner of the city. An Urban Card system - similar to London’s Oyster - is in operation and the most efficient way of paying for journeys. Most ticket machines can be operated in English, to make things easier for tourists.
Wroclaw is an important centre for Poland’s economy and home to numerous international organisations. The city is particularly known as a computing and communications hub, with mobile giant Nokia, IBM and Hewlett Packard all having large bases locally. There are also several financial services firms operating in Wroclaw, including Credit Suisse.
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