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Fairs in Wrocław

Fairs in Wrocław
One of the biggest attractions in Wroclaw are fairs. They take place several times a year and last after a few weeks. To the group of the most popular fairs in Wroclaw we use the Christmas market, which is created every year in December, and St. John’s in June. If you went to the capital of Lower Silesia in these regions, you must find the Fair and feel its atmosphere.
Tourists visiting the capital of Lower Silesia cannot go without seeing the fair. This event has grown into one of the city’s biggest attractions. They are eager to participate in the program for both residents and tourists visiting Wrocław.
Where fairs came from
The tradition of fairs came to Wrocław from Bavaria, where they have been held for centuries. Available sources say that the tradition of Christmas markets initiated the feast of the Austrian Emperor Albert, who announced the so-called Weihnachtsmarkt, i.e. the trading day before Christmas. Apparently, the festival was celebrated until the 13th century.
Wroclaw configuration fairs to the best in Europe
There are fairs in Europe are very common, and in the same Germany are held in over 100 cities. Few of them enjoy such popularity as the one organized in Wrocław
How to find several recognized publishers, such as the American “The Huffington Post” and the German daily “Die Welt” Wroclaw Fair was considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. Thus, it is compared to events such as the fair organized in 440 years in Strasbourg and France, the famous fair in Frankfurt and in Nuremberg. Often the Wroclaw Fair does not have such a long history, it attracts crowds of visitors.
In the rankings of the German daily “Die Welt“, the Wroclaw fair joins the group of the 5 best fairs in Europe. Appreciating in this way the use of formulas from local customs and traditions. This is a very prestigious award for Wrocław.
What can you see at the market?
The original function of the fairs was included in the conditions for cities, today, despite the fact that there is a market stall with local products, decorations or souvenirs related to the city, the attractiveness of this event is the climate created during its organization. Most visitors to the fair just want to feel the atmosphere, discover beautiful decorations, try a few delicacies and enjoy the moment. This is an interesting form of purchase.
What is best to try and what is better to avoid?
Roasted chestnuts, pancakes or Kürtöskalács are just some of the delicacies used at the market. Sometimes it’s really hard to deny them. While strolling around the fair, you can also find delicacies from Old Polish cuisine, such as bigos with a cauldron or a slice of bread with lard. However, before buying such a meal, it is good to think about whether at a restaurant around the corner you can not get meals at a similar price. We’ll probably get it, but who can find a fair and not try all these delicacies …
A unique attraction of the Wroclaw fair is mulled wine sold every year in another specially designed on the same mug. There is no shortage of enthusiasts who come to the market just to get another cup for their collection.
The Wroclaw fair, due to some extremes, has also become a topic of jokes in pop culture. One of the reasons was related to the grilled dishes served on one of the stands. Visitors who were tempted by the smell of grilled delicacies had to pay a few zlotys for a small meal. We recommend our clients a luxury steak restaurant, where for a lower price we can get much better grilled dishes.
Fairs and residents of Wrocław
Opinions of Wrocław residents about fairs are divided, some are die-hard fans, others look at fairs not very favorably. Events of this type always generate a lot of noise, which is aggravating for people living in tenements around the market. (There are not many such people anymore) Fairs take place in the very center of the city, despite the fact that it is a traffic-free area. Getting to the other side of the city is difficult because of the crowds of people visiting them. However, for several years we limit the number of positions, and also set rules, positions so as not to block traffic. Popular residents of Wroclaw decide to have a fair available once a year.
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Africarium – the only such attraction in Europe

Africarium – the only such attraction in Europe

The biggest attraction of the Wroclaw zoo is the African zoo. Africarium was created from the combination of two words Africa and Aquarium. It is a building that combines the best of both places.

Author of the idea

The author of the idea of ​​creating such unique places was Radosław Ratajszczak, president of the ZOO Wrocław company. It is an integrated idea, it was to present water ecosystems operating in the vicinity of the black landing. It started with a simple idea and the effects are excellent. This is the only such attraction in Europe.

How was the Africarium built?zoo wroclaw batogospot

In 2008, an architectural competition was announced for the design of this unique place, which it is
afrykarium. As many as 14 projects were submitted to the competition. There was a lot of competition, but ultimately the project by the Wrocław Design Factory ArC2 won. Construction started and lasted for 4 years. Many unconventional architectural solutions have been used. Special difficult proved to be the preparation of a special thermoregulation treatment system. Due to the special living conditions of different categories. In the total temperature range it reaches 40 degrees, in others there are a dozen or so and you need to maintain full thermal conditions throughout the year.

Completed after 4 years of construction, the Africarium is completed. In 2012, the first tours were admitted, and this unusual place won the hearts of not only Wroclaw.

What can you see

The exhibition is divided into several thematic parts. Each part represents the functioning of a different ecosystem, and different animal species live there. When visiting the Africarium, you can feel completely like on dark land. The most frequently viewed results displayed:

  • Red Sea
  • East Africa
  • Mozambique Channel
  • Skeleton Coast
  • Jungle on the Congo River

Each of these exhibitions distinguish other unique animal species. You can see how different they can be ecosystems on this continent

The Red Sea for an aquarium with a capacity of over a million liters, artificially created coral reef and conditions for colorful fish living in the warm waters. There are as many as 60 different species there.

The exhibition depicting East Africa deserves attention Attention. There are several unusual species such as the Nile hippos. Huge ants or picturesque butterflies. An interesting tourist attraction is the colony of golems, unusual rodents. It is also worth finding aquariums with fish from the great African ditches, which are drying lakes. Processed fish species are no longer available under coverage.

The Mozambique Channel, i.e. an 18-meter glass tunnel running along the bottom of the pool, allows us to see turtles, rays, sharks, and other species of fish in the activity ranges. Admiring the marine world with an ocean perspective is a great attraction.

After a walk along the bottom of the ocean, it is worth finding the coast of skeletons, i.e. a place where seals and penguins bask on a rocky beach. Looking a little deeper, you can see colorful jellyfish species, and terrible predators such as moray eels.

Walking along the coast we get straight to the jungle. The exhibition depicting the Congo jungle attracts the attention of all visitors. There are herbivorous mammals called mermaids. They look like dolphins. Predatory crocodiles and numerous species of birds. The small exhibition of carnivorous plants also attracts attention.

In addition, the Complex is adapted to organize various events. there are;

Conference room for 160 people
educational room adapted for the organization of school trips
Business room for 30 people
Restaurant
Gift shop

Visiting the african school you need to prepare an adequate reserve of time, you can spend here 1 to 3 hours, and cut to only one part of the Wroclaw zoo. Arriving in Wroclaw, don’t forget to book your accommodation.

How did the Dwarfs appear on the Wroclaw market square?

How did the Dwarfs appear on the Wrocław market square?


Dwarfs are a symbol of the city of Wrocław, tourists visiting the city are competing in ideas for a picture with the dwarf. Every more well-known place in Wroclaw is trying to have its own Dwarf. But how did it all start?


Some history


It all began in the 1980s. It was then that the first gnomes appeared in the capital of Lower Silesia. Wroclaw residents on the walls of tenements began to paint an orange image reminiscent of a dwarf. With hat and flower in hand. Today we would call it graffiti, but then there was something more. It was the response of a movement called the orange alternative to the extremes of everyday life introduced by the Communist authorities. The dwarf was supposed to symbolize a cheerful, mocking approach to the absurd regulations introduced by the rulers, so the Wroclaw dwarfs also had their share in the fall of communism.
The political system changed and the gnomes stayed in Wrocław for good. The form in which they are presented has changed a little, but they could undoubtedly be a showcase of the city.


First figurines


The first dwarf monument in Wroclaw was erected in 2001. It was “Papa Dwarf”. The figurine was funded by the Agora company and its purpose was to commemorate the Orange Alternative. Other figurines were erected in 2005. There were five of them: Pracz Odrzański, Szermierz, Rzeźnik, as well as Syzyfki. Their author was Tomasz Moczek. The purpose of erecting subsequent figurines was to increase the tourist attractiveness of places important for Wroclaw, and so it all began.


Dwarfs today


Dwarfs have become a tourist attraction. Private enterprises, places of culture and restaurants wanting to be visited more often by tourists began to build their own gnomes. Currently there are almost 400 and their number is still growing.


Dwarfs are no longer just a showcase of Wrocław, it’s probably a sign of the times and the effect of globalization. Dwarfs appear in other towns in Lower Silesia. Moving is much simpler, and tourists from abroad wanting to see as much as possible also visit other places in Lower Silesia. So why not, tourism is developing.

An example of such a dwarf from outside of Wrocław can be a figure on  Ślęża mountain. Will the gnomes soon be the hallmark of Lower Silesia? And maybe they will conquer all of Poland?

How to get around the center of Wrocław efficiently?

How to get around the center of Wrocław efficiently?


Wrocław is a fairly large European city, and it is rapidly developing. Large companies are moving their headquarters to the capital of Lower Silesia. There are crowds of students from smaller towns wanting to pursue their passions and dreams related to obtaining higher education. There are also employees posted for business purposes. In a word, Wroclaw is like a beehive.


Despite such a rapid development of the city, the development of transport infrastructure cannot keep up with the needs of the inhabitants. Not knowing the city, not knowing how to avoid communication chaos, you can get stuck in traffic for many hours and not have time to do all the important things.
Fortunately, the capital of Lower Silesia is also the capital of innovation, there are many ways to avoid traffic jams even during rush hour, when it is better not to use car transport, because it is simply inefficient.


Rush hour

The rush hour in Wroclaw does not differ much from the rush hour in other large cities. It usually coincides with the commuting hours to the workplace of most residents. During a normal working day, traffic jams usually start after 7:30 and last until 10, in the afternoon between 15:00 and 18:00 it is better not to move by car during these hours.

Car rentals for minutes


There are quite a lot of them in Wroclaw, companies such as Bolt, Panek, and until recently Vozilla offer a wide range of cars per minute. However, the cost of renting such a car is almost identical to the cost of traveling by taxi, taxis win by not having to look for a parking space, which is a big challenge in the center. However, driving a car for minutes provides a lot of excitement, so there is no shortage of willing


Public transport

 

If not car transport, maybe public transport, it will be more ecological and faster. Nothing could be more wrong. Do you know that in 2019 there were only 3 days when there was no accident involving public transport. In January 2020, betting sites appeared where you could bet on the number of public transport accidents for the coming year. Such curiosities show how much more needs to be done to improve the quality of public transport in Wroclaw. The city council has been trying very hard to fix the situation for several years, but limiting traffic in the center for public transport is not always a good solution. This creates chaos associated with changes in the organization of traffic, the effects of which are opposite to those intended.
For all supporters of public transport, we recommend using the application as dojada, it takes into account delays in public transport and is more up-to-date than timetables at stops.

 

City bike


It’s a pretty good idea to get through the city center. Many bicycle paths are being built in Wrocław. There is also a municipal bike rental service operated by nextbike. Bikes can be rented using the application. The cost of renting a bike for an hour is PLN 2, and the first 20 min ride is free. Using the application cleverly, you can exchange bikes any number of times without paying anything for it. An interesting fact is that for multisport card holders, city bike rental is free. The biggest disadvantage of this solution is that you can’t ride a bike in all weathers.


Electric scooters


This is an innovative and interesting solution, some scooters of this type move at a maximum speed of up to 40 km / h. They work great on bike paths and do not stand in traffic jams. You can get to the other side of the city very quickly even during rush hour.
However, they also have a lot of disadvantages. They are expensive, the cost of traveling by scooter to the other side of the city is comparable to the cost of traveling the same route by a comfortable taxi. Scooters are quite dangerous for both pedestrians and users. There are no legal regulations setting the rules for using such means of transport. Their biggest disadvantage, however, is that they cannot cope with uneven surfaces such as cobblestones, and there is no shortage in Wrocław.
Living in the center is best to walk, around the center are all important places. You don’t have to worry about traffic rules, closed streets and searching for a place to park. The distances are not so great that you can overcome the route through the center within 10-15 minutes walk, and at the same time admire the charms of the city.

Hall of the Century, why is it worth visiting?

Hall of the Century, why is it worth visiting?

The Centennial Hall was designed by Max Berg – a famous architect. The construction lasted from 1911-1913, and after completing the project inside a huge exhibition was created to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the defeat of Napoleon near Leipzig. Around the hall, the area is intended for exhibition and recreation areas. The developing city needed a large, characteristic structure capable of housing a significant number of exhibitors and visitors.

The creation of the hall, the most famous work of Wrocław modernism, was associated with the centenary of the release in Wroclaw by Frederick William III of the appeal of March 17, 1813, calling for general resistance against Napoleon. This ceremony was decided to celebrate with exceptional momentum and class. To this end, a world exhibition was organized to commemorate these events. For this purpose, the city has developed areas located on the edge of the Szczytnicki Park, close to the Wrocław Zoological Garden founded about 40 years earlier and enjoying increasing popularity. Of the 43 submitted designs, the design of the Wrocław city architect Max Berg, who proposed a huge exhibition hall of unprecedented design, was accepted. Despite the original, but very controversial design of the hall and the high estimated costs of its construction, on June 28, 1911 he obtained a formal building permit.

At the time of construction, the hall was an exceptional object, having the reinforced concrete covering with the largest span in the world – only a few steel constructions reached larger sizes at that time. The hall is 42 m high and the dome covering it is 67 m in diameter. The maximum width of the interior of the hall is 95 meters, and the available area is 14.0 thousand. m². In addition to the central hall in the building, 56 other exhibition rooms are planned, spacious lobbies encircling the main hall, and the whole was calculated for 10,000 people.

UNESCO monument

In 2006, Hala Stulecia was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List, which is a unique tribute to this place. UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) – The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization was founded on November 16, 1945. This organization was established to protect the world’s largest class monuments or unique creations of nature. The objects inscribed on the UNESCO list are monuments that are unique to all humanity and deserve special protection.

The dynamic construction of Hala Stulecia was a great technological undertaking, an example of the highest engineering skill and craft proficiency. The bold structural and organizational solutions used have become a model for other buildings of this type.

The story of an amazing place

The history of Hala Stulecia is inseparably connected with the history of Wrocław and the whole region. Particularly important events and celebrations took place there, which had an impact on the current nature of the city.

The hall survived World War II without major losses. The exhibition grounds around the hall and it itself was used for the first time after the war on a larger scale from July to September 1948 at the Exhibition of Regained Territories and during the accompanying World Congress of Intellectuals in Peace Defense (August 25-28).

In the People’s Republic of Poland, no major works were carried out that would significantly change its character. . It served as a place for concerts, sporting events, and the largest cinema in the city was also operating in the hall. Only the urban context of the hall has changed quite significantly, by cutting off the southern part of the exhibition grounds. in 1948 a Spire was built in the square in front of the entrance.

1990s and the present day

After 1989 some changes were made in the hall, the general renovation there lasting several months in 1997 included such changes as plastic window blinds, notice boards, sound system, and above all lowering the floor level by about 1 m and building sliding stands and folding pitches (enables changing the purpose of the hall depending on current sports or exhibition needs.On May 31, 1997, during his sixth visit to Poland, John Paul II led an ecumenical prayer in the hall as part of the Eucharistic congress.

Last renovation

Renovation of Hala Stulecia was carried out in the years 2009-2011

The façade regained its pre-war yellow-sand color. Replacing the windows turned out to be the biggest problem. Max Berg used iron mahogany imported specifically from Australia in his project. Today this species of tree does not occur, so at the request of the conservator of monuments, teak tree was used. This resulted in increased repair costs and extended repair time.

The next stage was the construction of a new Regional Business Tourism Center. The construction in the historic site was possible thanks to the preserved and unrealized expansion plans by Max Berg. The official opening took place on September 17, 2010. The last planned stage was the renovation of the facade inside the building. It was also planned to increase the capacity of the hall for the audience during sports competitions

In 2014 volleyball championships were held here.

Despite numerous historical turmoil, the hall did not change its original character.

Why is it worth visiting Wrocław?

Why is it worth visiting Wrocław?

Wrocław is called the second Venice, there are over 100 bridges in the city, including 16 historic ones. Wrocław is also a very dynamically developing city, which attracts many companies and students.

Something for everyone.

Wrocław is an open European city, you can find here a mixture of many cultures, influences and traditions. This is due to the history of the city, which was completely changed after World War II. During this time, 60% of the city’s buildings were destroyed, most of the local residents moved out after the borders changed, and some were resettled. People from various parts of Poland, mainly from Lviv, Vilnius and Warsaw, came to Wrocław, with completely different cultures, cuisines and customs. Later, other national minorities also came in, e.g. the Greeks after the Civil War in 1947. Or the people after the breakup of Yugoslavia. A wave of immigrants from Ukraine looking for work and better prospects for the future, and after opening the borders and joining the European Union, more nationalities flowed in. That is why Wrocław has become a city open to everyone, where everyone will find something for themselves. This is a very hospitable city that you must visit.

Tastes of Wroclaw

You can try here Lviv cuisine delicacies, eat a freshly baked donut in the old Paczkarnia, taste all varieties of dumplings in Pierogi at “Stary Młym“, eat delicious Greek gyros, or feel the atmosphere of the Polish People’s Republic by visiting “Konspira” or “Miś” bar. While in Wroclaw, you can’t deny the best toast in the city in the bar “Witek” which for decades has not changed the recipe.
You can also try seafood in the Shrimp bar, eat a rare steak at “La Casa de Musica”, try the Mexican Quesadilli in Pancho.
On the Wroclaw market there will also be delicacies for lovers of Italian or Oriental cuisine. Everyone will find something for himself.

Wroclaw by night

Being in Wroclaw it is also worth going for a walk around the market square late in the evening and see what the city’s night life looks like. People come out to the streets around you can hear the buzz of conversations and the quiet sounds of music, and around you there is a view of illuminated buildings.
During such a walk it is good to visit one of the places with Craft beer, over the past few years many have been created in Wroclaw, but the best are at street St. Antoni and Szajnochy. The best places offer up to 50 different types of beer.
A good idea is also to visit the malt island, where the moored barges change into bars and restaurants. The illuminated barges glisten against the backdrop of the Odra River and create an unforgettable view.
If you are already in the center, it is not worth going too far away, you can wait until the morning in a rent flat wroclaw, or look for cheap accommodation in a hostel.

What is nowhere else?

While in Wroclaw, it is worth seeing the most unique places for this city, they include:

  • Hala stulecia, which is a Unesco World Heritage Site monument,
  • An African garden with an underwater tunnel, where you can watch the life of aquatic animals from the ocean floor perspective. It is the only facility of this type in Europe. It is also worth visiting other parts of the zoo
  • Salt Square one of the few places in Europe where you can buy flowers around the clock, it is worth visiting this place before a romantic dinner with the other half
  • Hydropolis, in which you will know the water cycle in nature
  • Four Temples District, a place where different cultures and religions meet, a place of contrasts
  • Ostrów Tumski, the oldest part of the city
  • Leopoldin Hall, a beautiful baroque hall at the University of Wroclaw
  • As you enter Panorama Racławicka, you will feel as if you were on the battlefield

Shopping in Wroclaw

It is difficult to visit a beautiful place and not bring anything from there In Wroclaw you can find literally everything you need, maybe it also results from history? In the Middle Ages, the amber route ran through the city, one of the main trade routes in Europe.
Today, on the streets of the city, we will no longer meet merchant caravans, but we can visit as many as 18 shopping malls, go to the flea market at the former Świebodzki station or on low meadows. And every Friday on the flea market at ul. Gniezno. An interesting event is also the Fair, twice a year, before Christmas and before St. John, whose image is in the coat of arms of the city, takes place the Fair. For almost a month, there are stalls around the market with local delicacies, gadgets and hand-made products
Visiting Wroclaw is not easy to forget about it!

ZOO in Wroclaw

ZOO in Wrocław

Wroclaw Zoo is the fifth most visited zoo in Europe and the only one with an African zoo. It is visited by around 20,000 people every day. What can be done to avoid dying in this crowd and to visit the ZOO in a clever way by skipping queues.

You will find out everything in this article. 

The mast important information about  ZOO

Contact details

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Phone number

+ 48 71 348 30 24

E-mail address

pok@zoo.wroc.pl

ZOO in Wrocław – WWW

Zoo mailing address

Wróblewskiego Street 1-5

51-618 Wrocław

 

Opening hours

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– Monday – Thursday

checkout 9:00 – 17:00

tour 9:00 – 18:00

– Friday-Sunday and holidays

checkout 9:00 – 18:00

tour 9:00 – 19:00

 

Ticket Menu

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normal ticket – 45 zł

– student ticket – PLN 35

– children under 3 years of age and seniors over 75 years of age – free of charge

– family ticket max. 2+3 – 150 PLN

– group tickets and special offers

– Buy your ticket online

 

In our opinion, one afternoon spent at the ZOO may not be enough, so it is worth to think about accommodation and see other attractions in Wroclaw by the way.

Getting to the zoo

There are several ways to get to the Wrocław Zoo.

  • By car
  • By public transport
  • By bicycle or electric scooter.

 

 

By car, so where is the best place to park?

Many zoo visitors value comfort and independence, so it is no surprise that visitors choose their own means of transport. Parking nearby without prior preparation can be a challenge. The nearest car parks near the zoo are marked on the map below.

Access by public transport

From BatogoSpot Tumski (Bema street) we recommend to go to the Zoo by public transport. 200 m from the apartment there is a tram and bus stop which can be reached. The easiest way to get to the ZOO is to take the bus line C and then at the Nowowiejska stop change to the tram line 1.

Choosing from BatogoSpot Towers (2 Podwale Street) you can get directly to the tram line 10.

Tickets can be bought at the ticket machine in the tram. A normal single ticket costs PLN 3.40 and a discounted single ticket costs PLN 1.70.

It is also possible to buy time tickets.

What's there to see?

One of the biggest attractions of the Wrocław Zoo is undoubtedly the Africa Zoo, with its underwater tunnel, thanks to which you can stand on the ocean floor and observe the life of animals with your own eyes.

Ticket prices

Tickets are best bought online. Then we will avoid waiting in a long queue. During the peak period, the waiting time to the ticket office can take up to 40 minutes. Therefore, it is worth thinking about buying a ticket earlier. You can do it here:

Main attractions

Afrykanarium
Tiger enclosure
Penguins – it’s the last part of the african penguin, you can see them from the surface, and from a special underwater tunnel when you see them diving
giraffes
Seals – we can admire them both from the surface and underwater
Butterfly – it is here that we can admire such species as the Marpho butterfly. Butterflies fly in a special room, and sometimes they can even sit on visitors
Elephants


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Attractions for children

The zoo is a special place for children. They can find a lot of attractions there. One of them is a petting zoo, where children can see and stroke and even feed special food to farm animals such as goats. In the Wrocław zoo, there are quite a few educational centres which, thanks to simple experiences, teach children how the ecosystem works, why we protect animals and what is the water cycle in nature. Learning through play is particularly important for children in their development.

What to take?

You can buy almost anything from lunch to interesting gifts at the zoo. But you can’t buy memories, so it’s especially worth taking your camera with you. It’s also good to remember about a bottle of water, you can spend the whole day in the zoo, and it’s hard to miss the 3-hour tour.  Even in winter, we visit rooms such as an african or butterfly house, where the temperature is about 36 degrees.

Hydropolis in Wrocław

Hydropolis in Wrocław

Hydropolis is also a multimedia knowledge centre where you can easily learn the secrets of water circulation in nature.

Location

Hydropolis mieści się w starym budynku miejskich wodociągów przekształconym w interaktywne muzeum. Można tam dojechać tramwajami linii 0L, 0P, 3, 5, ciekawym i coraz bardziej popularnym we Wrocławiu środkiem transportu stają się hulajnogi elektryczne, chociaż nie ma większych problemów z zaparkowaniem w okolicy.

Visiting

Hydropolis is open daily at the following hours;

Monday-Friday 9:00-18:00

Saturday-Sunday 10:00 – 20:00

The last visitors are admitted one hour before closing time

Visiting Hydropolis takes about 2 hours, so it is worthwhile to plan other attractions (link to the article page) such as sightseeing Ostrów Tumski, Panorama Racławicka or even a walk on the market square.

Tickets

Tickets to Hydropolis can be purchased at the box office without any major problems or here.

However, if you are also planning to visit the zoo or take a bath in the Aquapark, it is worth thinking about buying a combined ticket, which is much cheaper. Tickets of this type are available only in the family version and can only be purchased at the stationary ticket office.

Cennik

Normal ticket – 27 zł/os.

Student ticket – 18 zł/person.
Family ticket – 72 zł/family
(2 adults + 2 children maximum)

Family ticket to Hydropolis and Zoo Wrocław – 199 PLN/family

Family ticket to Hydropolis and Aquapark – 149 PLN/family

Exhibition

In Hydropolis, the multimedia exhibition touches upon such topics as;

Water in the human body

Water on our planet and its circulation in nature

Water circulation in the city

The concentration states in which water occurs

History of waterworks since ancient times

Living in the ocean

Deep ocean exploration

Wroclaw number 1 in European Best Destinations

Wrocław has been declared destination number 1 in Best places to travel in 2018.

Wrocław is a wonderful city, it is called Polish Venice. And all this because in its territory there are 120 bridges that connect 12 beautiful islands.

You will be seduced by the charm of Wrocław. The most notable are:

  • Wroclaw Market Square;
  • Salt Square with a flower market;
  • University
  • Botanic Garden
  • Ostrów Tumski.

Where to eat? Among other things, in Piwnica Świdnicka, which is considered one of the oldest restaurants in the world.

The inhabitants of Wrocław are said to be extremely cordial and friendly, they love their city. People say about Wrocław – hidden gem in the crown.

We recommend the article:

https://www.europeanbestdestinations.com/european-best-destinations-2018/

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