Hansel & Gretel
Set in the northwestern corner of the Rynek are two charming houses named after Jaś i Małgosia, who English and German speakers know...
Old Town Hall
This grand edifice took almost two centuries (1327–1504) to complete, and work on the 66m-high tower and decoration continued for...
This popular microbrewery bar-restaurant is buried in a basement under the town hall. Bustling staff scurry around the copper vats to...
Karczma Lwowska serves up tasty Polish standards in a rustic, rural space; try the beer served in big ceramic mugs. Some dishes hail...
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 timber houses, which were later replaced with brick structures. They gradually changed over the centuries, adopting the architectural style of the day. The north and south sides were completely destroyed during WWII but have since been rebuilt; they offer an appealing amalgam of architectural styles from Gothic to Art Nouveau.
Check out the new wavelike glass fountain on the western side of the square.