A daily walk around Wroclaw
Amazing Wrocław, which has wandered from one state to another many times, is ready to offer its surprises! You'll stroll along the city's bridges, discover a bar in a torture chamber, count the gnomes in the streets, and visit the Wrocław "Vatican".
- Discover the city's iconic sites
- Hear the main stories and beautiful legends of Wroclaw
- Feel the atmosphere of the Middle Ages and modern times
- See Wroclaw's oldest building and learn what's inside it
- Count Wroclaw dwarfs
- Guide service
Important to know:
- Tour reservations close 24 hours in advance.
- There may be more than 15 people in the group, as no tickets are purchased for children.
- The tour is completely walking. Along the way there are convenient stops and photo pauses with a favorable angle at the sights. A map of the route can be found in the "Photo" section.
- The tour is held without headphones.
- At the end of the tour you will have a question and answer session: you can ask the guide any questions about Wroclaw, discuss the tour and exchange impressions.
On this tour the city will share with you the main stories, the beautiful legend, the tastes of its inhabitants and the unique atmosphere of mixing the Middle Ages and modernity.
Significant places of the city
At the beginning of the tour you will find yourself in the oldest market square in Wroclaw, to see what could be sold and bought here a few centuries ago. You will see the Town Hall and the rich houses next to it. In the Meat Market, imagine how the medieval middle class lived, and in one of the narrow streets, try to guess what other countries would call the Jas and Małgosy houses. In the oldest building in Wroclaw you will find a former torture chamber which now serves as a bar and on the first floor of the local administration building you will find the oldest beer house in the country: they have been serving beer for 700 years. We will tell you who ruled Wroclaw at different times and what happened to the city during the war, and we will help you get oriented in its 12 islands.
You will see the University of Wrocław, where nine Nobel laureates studied together, and the local "Vatican", which means the main churches of the city on the island of Tumski with the cathedral of St. John the Baptist in the vanguard. Make a wish on the Bridge of Wishes and you'll begin to understand the street food that Wroclawians line up for (and you'll be sure to take note!). In the authentic part of Wrocław, you'll find surviving medieval advertisements. When you take a closer look at the Church of St. Magdalene, imagine the events of the old legend about the Bridge of the Magdalene, which stretches between the towers at a height of 45 meters. Throughout the tour, children and everyone else will have a chance to "collect" the Wrocław dwarves that have been inhabiting the streets of Wrocław for many years.