Likes & Dislikes


Wroclaw - Old Town (Stare Miasto) upgraded by a strawberry&lemon ice cream - p.j. photo

“I'm trying to grasp the essence of Wroclaw, but I can't seem to get a hold of it. It's kind of like that box of chocolate sweets in which there are all kinds of chocolates, and all of them are good, but you’re not sure how they all fit together.
I admit, at first, I wasn't so wowed by the city, I didn't feel its heartbeat, it was just objectively beautiful and pleasant. But it conquered me slowly, by degrees, like a persistent suitor. It's definitely a good thing that I let myself go. I had to see many of its faces to fall in love with the place: the touristic downtown, the charming Ostrow Tumski; the riverbank with boats, rowers, young people, and parks; the quiet, outskirts; and the liveliness of the evening (at 9 p.m. people are walking around, going this way and that), the vivacious nightlife, and the evening illuminations.” (2018)




Wroclaw - tram - b.o. photo



Wroclaw - roasted pork knuckle - s.i. photo


Wroclaw - Old Town - j.k. photo

Destination in brief

Wrocław is in the southwestern part of Poland. The big city is the historical center of Silesia.

The pronunciation of Wrocław is - more or less - like this: Vrohts-wahf.

Population (in 2020): 635,000

Average net monthly salary (in 2020): 910 USD - (Poland's average: 870 USD)



Wroclaw - at Świętej Marii Magdaleny - l.m. photo



Wroclaw - a nun in hurry - n.m. photo


Old Town (Stare Miasto)


Wroclaw - Cathedral of St. John the Baptist - j.k. photo

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