Market Square (Rynek)
It is one of the largest markets in Europe, with the largest two city halls in Poland. It’s a great place to sit and have a drink or meal, and even entertain the kids… and bigger kids!
Just a short walk from the Centennial Hall is this famous old park. It’s the largest in the city, and covers 100 hectares. Highlights include the Japanese Garden. Perfect for a summer evening stroll.
Four Domes Pavilion
The Four Domes Pavilion was designed by architect Hans Poelzig, and was built in 1912. Today it is home to the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Multimedia Fountain at Pergola / Centennial Hall and Wrocław Congress Centre
The fountain is the biggest in Poland and one of the biggest in Europe, with 800 lights and 300 water jets. Not a bad place to soak up the late summer sun. In the background is a milestone in the history of reinforced concrete architecture. Love it or hate it, the Centennial Hall and Wrocław Congress Centre has become an iconic Wrocław attraction, and is used throughout the year to host all manner of trade shows and exhibitions.