Once you are at Wroclaw, you cannot miss the Rynek (Market Square) located at the heart of the street. The square is the major hub of business, shopping, food and leisure in the downtown Wroclaw.
However, when you're marveling at all those majestic medieval buildings, statues and fountains, please bear it in mind that almost every last one of them are replicas of their past avatars. At the end of WWII and the Siege of 1945, the city was reduced to ruins.
So, those replicas say something of the dedication of the so-called 'pioneers' of the city, those who resettled in Wroclaw once the war was over. The original plan of Rynek we Wrocławiu, Polish for Wroclaw's Market Square, was prepared by city planners back in 1241.Places nearby:
Wroclaw fountain: Poland’s Center Of Spectacular Water Shows 0 km / 0 mi
Chojnik Castle: The legend-studded 14th century castle of Lower Silesia 101 km / 63 mi
Babylon Aquapark: A Unique Water Park Experience 144 km / 89 mi
Poznan Town Hall: Medieval Extravagance 144 km / 89 mi
Imperial Castle: A Monumental Edifice That Once Housed The German Emperor 144 km / 89 mi