My mother and father-in-law have friends who are living in Wroclaw, Poland. And so Wroclaw became the first city we visited in Poland; a city my husband and I fell for instantly.
Displaying beautiful architecture, kind people, and a painful history that saw the city fight Nazis and communists given its location between Russia and Germany, Wroclaw is a city to enjoy slowly. Hence although you could probably do most of the things below in just one day, Wroclaw is so quaint you will most likely stay for longer, soaking the Polish culture and enjoying the city and its people.Cool Stuff Cool Stuff Cool Stuff Cool Stuff Cool Stuff
9 GREAT THINGS TO DO IN WROCLAW
1. Gnome hunting
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This was my favorite thing that we did. We traveled all over the city looking for these adorable gnomes. These gnomes began as an anti-Soviet movement to help peacefully protest against the communists during the 1980s. It all began with Papa Gnome, who stands upon a finger, at the meeting place of the rebels. There are over 300 dwarfs around the city and maps of where they are available in tourist information offices. They can represent the history of Wroclaw or a nearby business.