City Museum of Art
The museum’s Gothic interiors are every bit as magnificent as the building’s exterior, particularly the Great Hall (Sala Wielka) on the...
This grand edifice took almost two centuries (1327–1504) to complete, and work on the 66m-high tower and decoration continued for...
Rynek, Wrocław's market square, is Poland's second biggest after the one in Kraków. The Rynek was laid out in the 1240s and lined with...
Founded in 1990, the Grotowski Institute has a complete archive and several documentaries on the Laboratory Theatre and invites various...
Bar Wegetariański Vega
This is a cheap, meat-free cafeteria on two floors in the centre of the Rynek, offering vegetarian and vegan dishes in a light green...
Lonely Planet review
The dictatorship of the proletariat is alive and well in this nonstop tongue-in-cheek venue inspired by communist nostalgia. Disco lights play over a bust of Lenin, propaganda posters line the walls and red-menace memorabilia is scattered through the maze of rooms. Descend to the basement – beneath the portraits of Stalin and Mao – if you’d like to hit the dance floor.