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Most visits to Wroclaw will centre around the Old Town, a place where you can stroll around and admire the old buildings and find many hidden gems, particularly around the Main Market Square, or 'Rynek'. Streets are mainly cobbled, so bring comfortable shoes.
Do & See
Wroclaw has lots to see, including its town hall, widely regarded as one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture in central Europe, and the Hall of Lepoldin, in the University of Wroclaw, which has the largest Baroque interior in Poland. Art lovers can visit the numerous galleries, while visitors who want to enjoy leisurely walks can do so in the mighty Szczytnicki Park – one of a dozen or so parks in the city.