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Set in Wrocław, 120 metres from Wrocław Town Hall, Korona Hotel Wroclaw Market Square offers accommodation with a bar and private parking. No1 over Poland My best for all staff Very clean hotel Everything was very good
Located in Wrocław, 1.1 km from Galeria Dominikańska Shopping Centre, Hotel Traffic Wrocław offers accommodation with a bar and private parking. The hotel is clean and cosy, the room looked cery nice. Big bathroom and shower.
This 5-star boutique hotel is housed in a 16th-century granary in central Wrocław. It offers modern, air-conditioned rooms and suites with a seating area, an elegant bathroom and free internet. Service is very good. Location is very convenient.
Qubus Hotel Wrocław is a 4-star hotel located just 150 metres from the Main Market Square in Wrocław. All rooms at the Qubus are air-conditioned and classically furnished. All was just great, nice, tasty and comfortable.
The 3-star Hotel Lothus is located in the Old Town of Wrocław, just 300 metres from the Main Market Square. It features bright rooms with free Wi-Fi. Friendly staff, very clean, lovely breakfast, great location
Set in Wrocław, on the banks of the Oder River on the Młyńska Island, this charming historic hotel offers guests affordable, cosy accommodation in a central location. I absolutely loved the classic style of the room and the calming, brown colors. Room was perfect.
Walked to see this site but at 4.00pm in the afternoon was advised the next ticket available was for 7.30pm, so had to give this a miss. I would advise anyone wanting to visit, to check availability of tickets.
The most impressive painting I have ever seen. Worth to see and experience. It is presented in a very unique way - it is connected with a fake landscape which created a 3D experience. The statue in front of the building is also worth seeing.
Visited April 2018. 30 zloty entrance fee. Visits are timed. Every half hour they admit a group of visitors, then play an audio recording (in Polish) over a loudspeaker which explains the painting and its history. There are audio headsets that play an English translation.
The audio guide in English was good, but you need to be standing in the correct position when it starts so that you can see what is being talked about. We weren't so we got a little confused. The staff weren't helpful.
You get, what you expect from a panorama of the 19th century: decent painting with some earth and weapons added. Not more. Polnish patriotic battle theme, they won one battle and lost the war. The building is done in a nice brutalism, most remarkable to be seen from the outside.