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In a little further distance there are:

  • The Racławice Panorama (2.2 km)
    The symbol of Wrocław. A panoramic painting of the Battle of Racławice painted under the direction of Jan Styka and Wojciech Kossak on the occasion of the 100th anniversary of the Kościuszko Uprising.
  • The Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław (2.9 km)
    A perfect place for a spring walk among thousands of flowers and shrubs, blooming incredibly in the surroundings of Ostrów Tumski buildings.
  • Ostrów Tumski (3.1 km)
    The oldest part of the city with the Cathedral, ideal for a romantic walk, especially in the evening.
  • Hydropolis (3.1 km)
    Hydropolis is a place that shows water from a variety of fascinating perspectives through a variety of multimedia technologies, interactive installations, faithful replicas and models, and informative touchscreens. It is the only such facility in Poland and one of the few in the world.
  • ZOO and Afrykarium (4.5 km)
    Afrykarium will take you into the underwater world of wild Africa enclosed in a huge building. Afrykarium is located in the zoological garden of Wrocław and is a perfect place to spend your free time with your family.
  • Japanese Garden in Wrocław (5.2 km)
    The garden is a unique in Europe, in large space, living part of Japanese culture, original, Japanese art of garden design.
  • Centennial Hall and Wrocław Fountain (6.3 km)
    The Centennial Hall complex is a place of the largest exhibitions, conferences, cultural, sporting and congress events from Poland and abroad organized in Wrocław. Centennial Hall was entered into the UNESCO World Heritage List in 2006. There is also Pergola nearby, as well as the largest multimedia fountain in Poland.
  • Wrocław Stadium (8.0 km)
    The stadium was one of the arenas during the Euro 2012 European Championships. The stadium and the esplanade are also home to many different attractions. There is a covered go-kart track, a roller skating track, dream jump and slackline spots, and an ice rink and a snow park in winter. The stadium itself is open to the public. Since 2014, the esplanade has hosted a three-day Wrocław Festival of Good Beer.
  • Wrocław’s Dwarfs (the area of the whole city)
    Wroclaw's Dwarfs will help you explore Wrocław in the footsteps of several hundred cheerful gnomes. The search for the dwarfs of Wrocław is a popular entertainment for tourists.

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ul. Włodkowica 16, 50-072 Wrocław

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