Church of Our Lady on the Sand
In the warmer months this boat runs 40-minute cruises (13zł) on the Odra departing hourly from the southern end of Sand Island....
Church of SS Vincent and James
The Gothic Church of SS Vincent and James was originally a Romanesque basilica founded in the early 13th century. The largest church in...
Cathedral of St John the Baptist
The centrepiece of Cathedral Island, this three-aisled Gothic basilica was built between 1244 and 1590. Seriously damaged during WWII,...
This impressively difficult-to-find bar and wine shop is housed in a 13th-century guard tower and is a superb retreat from the hubbub of...
Over time the menu at this place has become steadily more Japanese, but you’ll still find authentic Korean dishes like bibimbab and...
Lonely Planet review
This lofty 14th-century building dominates the tiny islet known as Sand Island (Wyspa Piasek). Almost all the fittings were destroyed during WWII and the half-dozen old triptychs you see inside have been collected from other Silesian churches. The wonderful Romanesque tympanum in the south aisle is the only remnant of the original 12th-century church that once stood here. There’s a mechanised szopka (nativity scene) in the first chapel to the right; make a small donation when one of the assistants turns it on.