Journals Wroclaw

A jigsaw of colourful Polish pieces

Created by marif on September 27, 2012 Best of IgoUgo

1 Review
6 Stories

Wroclaw experienced six centuries of constant shifting dominations which couldn’t but leave an indelible mark on the city’s cultural and architectural make-up. A grand market square, a series of marvellous bridges and an ensemble of churches are but tiny specks in the historic mosaic that moulds this city of stature.

Silesia's Cinderella City

Created by captain oddsocks on July 1, 2007 Best of IgoUgo

6 Reviews

Rebuilt from WWII ashes and freed from communist-era drudgery, Wroclaw’s jewels are polished and the city is ready to dance on the international stage.

Wroclaw: Phoenix Risen From the Ashes of Two Cities

Created by Owen Lipsett on December 16, 2004 Best of IgoUgo

3 Reviews
2 Stories

After being awarded to Poland in the wake of the Second World War, Wroclaw was rebuilt on the shell of the German city of Breslau and repopulated with refugees from Lwow. It retains the best of both cities, as well as a remarkable variety of attractive buildings and bridges.

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Southern Poland 2005

Created by Brad2 on July 20, 2005

2 Reviews
3 Stories

Travel to Wroclaw, Warsaw, and Crakow by Ryanair and Polish Railways.

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Poland: It's Not What You Think

Created by LillyTuttle on September 10, 2002

1 Review

I lived in Wroclaw for almost two years and even I find it a little weird that I decided to move there in the first place, that I decided to stay there for as long as I did and that I already miss it.

Wroclaw: the jewel of Silesia

Created by rhiannon1968 on May 2, 2001

6 Reviews

Wroclaw is one of those off-the beaten path towns that one should not miss: there's a lot in terms of beauty, architecture and culture.

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Cranky in Wroclaw

Created by RW Pawelek on December 19, 2000

1 Review

First impressions

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Train Story

Created by RW Pawelek on November 22, 2000

1 Review

Everyone who has traveled in Europe can remember their first railway journey. My first trip on the Czech railway was quite memorable.



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