Wroclaw: 3-Hour Bike Tour in English

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Join an exciting guided bike tour of Wroclaw and spend 3-hour discovering the 30 top sights with an English or German-speaking guide. Enjoy amazing history and views of the Old Town, Ostrow Tumski, the Odra River, Centennial Hall and more. Bike tours are a perfect way to explore Wroclaw and go beyond typical routs followed by tourists. This ecologic and pleasant way of sightseeing ensures that you can see the most important places in Wrocław in 3 hours. Our guests will see the most interesting landmarks of Wroclaw as, for example, Main Square, Old Town, Ostrow Tumski, Old Town Promenade, Salt Square, Wroclaw’s dwarfs, Jatki, Spiż monument of animals for slaughter, Old City Prison, University of Wroclaw, Swordsman monument, Ossolineum, Market Hall, Islands, Tumski Bridge, Cathedral, Polish Hills, Opera, Puppet Theatre.

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Pass By: Wroclaw's Dwarfs

Wrocław’s dwarfs (Polish: krasnale, krasnoludki) are small figurines (20-30 cm) that first appeared in the streets of Wrocław, Poland, in 2005. Since then, their numbers have been continually growing, and today they are considered a tourist attraction.

Pass By: Wroclaw Town Hall

The Old Town Hall (Polish: Stary Ratusz, German: Breslauer Rathaus) of Wrocław stands at the center of the city’s Market Square (rynek).[1] The Gothic town hall built from the 13th century is one of the main landmarks of the city. The Old Town Hall's long history reflects developments that have taken place in the city since its initial construction. The town hall serves the city of Wroclaw and is used for civic and cultural events such as concerts held in its Great Hall. In addition, it houses a museum and a basement restaurant.

Pass By: Wroclaw University

The University of Wrocław (UWr; Polish: Uniwersytet Wrocławski; German: Universität Breslau; Latin: Universitas Wratislaviensis) is a public research university located in Wrocław, Poland. The University of Wrocław was founded in 1945, replacing the previous German University of Breslau. Following the territorial changes of Poland's borders, academics primarily from the Jan Kazimierz University of Lwów (now Lviv, Ukraine) restored the university building heavily damaged and split as a result of the Battle of Breslau (1945). Nowadays it is one of the most prominent educational institutions in the region

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The Market Square, Wrocław (Polish: Rynek we Wrocławiu, German: Großer Ring zu Breslau) is a medieval market square in Wrocław, now the heart of a pedestrian zone. The square is rectangular with the dimensions 213 by 178 metres (699 ft × 584 ft). It is one of the largest markets in Europe, with the largest two city halls in Poland.

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The Cathedral of St. John the Baptist in Wrocław, (Polish: Archikatedra św. Jana Chrzciciela, German: Breslauer Dom, Kathedrale St. Johannes des Täufers), is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Wrocław and a landmark of the city of Wrocław in Poland. The cathedral, located in the Ostrów Tumski district, is a Gothic church with Neo-Gothic additions. The current standing cathedral is the fourth church to have been built on the site.

Duration: 20 minutes

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The Centennial Hall (Polish: Hala Stulecia; German: Jahrhunderthalle), formerly named Hala Ludowa ("People's Hall"), is a historic building in Wrocław, Poland. It was constructed according to the plans of architect Max Berg in 1911–1913, when the city was part of the German Empire. Max Berg designed Centennial Hall to serve as a multifunctional structure to host "exhibitions, concerts, theatrical and opera performances, and sporting events."

Duration: 20 minutes
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