Wroclaw City tour

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Route: Wroclaw
Duration: 3 h

Our excursion starts in the heart of Wroclaw, the large Market Square (Rynek) ,we can see Plac Solny, the Wrocław City Museum (formerly the Prussian Royal Palace), Świdnicka Street, the Opera House, the famed Monopol Hotel, the numerous bronze statues of dwarves, the University of Wrocław, the Odra River, historic Market Hall, the Love Bridge, enchanting Cathedral Island (Ostrów Tumski), Botanical Garden, Cathedral of St. John the Baptist is a perfect end of this highly interesting tour.

Price: per person

Price: 20.00 EUR
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