Wroclaw in Lower Silesia is Poland’s fourth largest city, on the banks of the River Oder/Odra. With a population of two thirds of a million, it is the largest city in Western Poland. The city was known as Breslau until after 1945 when the German majority was replaced with Poles.
The Stare Miasto lies within an area bounded by canal on three sides and the River Oder on the other.
The Main Square, Rynek, is perhaps only second to Krakow in architecure and atmopshere. The Dwarves stated to appear in 2001 and have become a tourist attraction n their own right.
The Market Hall – Targowa – is next to the River Oder. Here lies the only Craft Beer House open at Lunchtime, to date.
The following hotel, bars and restaurants have been visited:
Venues still to visit:
Spiz – Ratusz 2, 50-106, Wroclaw, Polska
Szynkarnia – Swietego Antoniego 15, 50-073 Wroclaw, Polska
Pod Latraniami – 4, Ruska 3/4, Wroclaw, Polska
Doctor’s Bar – Swietego Mikolaja 8, 50-125 Wroclaw
Pogromcy Meatow – Rynek 22, 11-400 Wroclaw, Polska
Marynka Beer Aperitivo – Kazimierza Wielkiego 39, 11-400 Wroclaw, Polska