Wroclaw is a town in Poland that is not really popular among foreign (in particular, Belarusian) tourists. Cities like Krakow and Warsaw are much more popular.
The first look from the bus’ window.
Locals having breakfast.
For some reason, everywhere I’ve had tea in Wroclaw, it was served with lemon.
A man from whom, I’ve rented an apartment, recommended me a very small cafe, called burger love. The menus were in Polish (well, as well as in the rest places I’ve eaten in Poland), but I have remembered it very well. That were the best burgers I’ve ever eaten.
Partially cobbled street.
A sign in the part. Dogs should wear muzzles.
Churches everywhere. It is hard to find a place in the centre so that you don’t see some church.
Typical photo from Wroclaw.
A tribute to domestic animals.
The speciality of Poland: a few of different colors houses built very close to each other.
An “easter egg” of Wroclaw: there are gnomes in the random places of the town. In total, there should be about 300 of them.
The tallest skyscraper in Poland in located in Wroclaw. The largest fountain in Poland is located in Wroclaw as well. It was end of March, so it didn’t work, but even now it looks really nice.
A nice postbox.
Bicycle-keeper in a form of a bicycle.
A man, standing on his bicycle.
“Uroda” means “beauty” in Polish,
The city has a night-life. During a single evening, I was three times called to the strip-bar, by three various girls. That is 1.66 lower than the average number of times a day I’ve met drugdillers in Lisbon, who offered me gashish, marijuana and cocaine.
In general, the city looks like this.
Perfect for a city-break.