In this issue, we’re adding even more content to our
alredy beefy guide, hoping to make life easier for (p.50), point those bored with the usual sightseeing to some more alternative activities & experiences (p.48) – like day trips to the mindblowing families traveling with children (p.49) and the Project Riese (Nazi) Tunnels (p.49) – and give everyone a list of holy Slavic mountain Ślęża (p.54) to try at all those essential Polish eats (p.68). Polish restaurants In other news, there are exciting events coming this season, from the
(p.12) – celebrating Wrocław’s numerous International Dwarf Festival (p.41) – to small inhabitants music festivals devoted to (p.14), video game soundtracks (p.15), and industrial music (p.15), and finally to the jazz (p.16), which seems to get more outlandish each year. To see what else is on during your visit, check out our Wrocław Christmas Market starting on p.12. events section As always, don’t hesitate to contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our
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Cover Story This issue’s autumnal cover photo portrays the ivy-covered facade of Wrocław’s National Museum (p.43), a beautiful example of 19th-century Dutch neo-Renaissance architecture, seen from the opposite bank of the Oder River.
Wydział Kulinarny / Culinary Faculty Located
on University Square (Pl. Uniwersytecki), this Faculty is not so much about lectures as about sharing the magic of food. Read more ➞