Wroclaw is undoubtedly one of the most marvellous places in Poland. Wroclaw is situated on 12 islands, and by visiting the oldest part of the city you’ll visit the most significant of them, Ostrow Tumski (the Cathedral Island). This is the place where St. John the Baptist’s Cathedral and the two-storey Gothic Holy Cross Church were constructed in the 13th Century.
Then we’ll continue our walk to the University, with its magnificent Baroque hall of Aula Leopoldina. The tour ends with a stroll around the Market Square, where you’re bound to be amazed by the beauty of the Gothic City Hall.