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DoubleTree by Hilton Wroclaw

Ul. Podwale 84, Wroclaw, 50-414, Poland TEL: +48-71-7770000 FAX: +48-71-7770001

Get To Know Wroclaw

One Of The European Capitals Of Culture 2016

Wroclaw has a rich history and cultural background and as well as hosting the European Capital of Culture, the World Book Capital, the Theatre Olympics, the European Film Awards and the 2017 World Games, this untouched gem of Polish history and culture is also home to…

  • Gottesman-Szmelcman Architecture

    The architecture of the OVO building was recognized during the global real estate fair in Cannes in 2008. The project by the studio GSArch won MIPIM Future Project Award in the category of commercial and recreational

  • European Capital of Culture

    Wroclaw 2016 is set to offer more than one thousand cultural events during the year. Its programme is based on metamorphosis and diversity, drawing on the city’s unique history of transformation

  • Market Square and Old Town

    The historical centre of the city is a favourite meeting place. It is one of the largest markets in Europe.

  • Wroclaw Palace

    The Royal Palace originally a palace of the Prussian monarchy, now houses the city museum.

  • Multimedia Fountain at Centennial Hall & Congress Centre

    Listed in 2006 as A UNESCO World Heritage site, it is a key element of the historical complex, which together with Wroclaw Congress Center, Wroclaw Multimedia Fountain, historical Pergola and adjacent green grounds, creates an ideal meeting place in the heart of Wroclaw.

  • White Stork Synagogue

    The White Stork Synagogue is a 19th-century synagogue and the only synagogue in Wroclaw to have survived the Holocaust. Rededicated in 2010 after a decade-long renovation, it is the religious and cultural centre of the local Jewish community.

  • Odra River Boulevards, Islands and Bridges

    There are over 130 bridges and gangways connecting a dozen islands within the city of Wroclaw.

  • Wroclaw Dwarfs

    Wroclaw’s dwarfs first appeared in 2001. With over 300 you can combine your sight–seeing with an use a special brochure to spot them all.

  • Slowacki Park with Panorama of Raclawice Battle

    The Raclawice Panorama is a monumental (15 × 114 meter) cycloramic painting depicting the Battle of Raclawice from 19th century. A special kind of perspective used in the painting and additional effects (lighting, artificial terrain) create a feeling of reality.

  • National Forum of Music

    This music venue consists of one large concert hall with 1800 seats and three chamber halls and is home to all Wroclaw's major Classical ensembles and festivals.

  • Botanical Garden

    The Botanical Garden of the University of Wroclaw, known as an 'oasis of beauty and peace' in the heart of a city, is a 'live museum' and a research and teaching centre as well as a favourite place to rest for the citizens of Wroclaw.

  • Ostrów Tumski (Cathedral Island)

    It is the oldest part of the city of Wroclaw. The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is one of the most precious monuments of the city.

  • Municipal Stadium

    Built for the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship this stadium is home to a variety of entertainment.

  • Wroclaw Opera

    Opera in Wroclaw dates back to the first half of 17th century. Since 2008 the Wroclaw Opera organizes the only Festival of Contemporary Opera in Poland.

  • Wroclaw Zoo & Africarium

    It is the oldest and the largest zoo in Poland. The zoo includes Africarium-Oceanarium, Madagascar pavilion, Odrarium, Terrarium, Ropes course Zoolandia and a Children's Zoo.