My trip to Wroclaw, Poland

Last week, I went on holiday with my friends in Poland. We stayed a week. We discovered the city of Wroclaw, which is the fourth biggest city in the country. It was my first time in Poland and I was really excited. During the first few days, we visited the inner city called Rynek and were amazed by the old buildings and all the pastel colours.




Then, we went to the East side of the city and discovered a beautiful bridge.


What I love the most about this city are the big green areas and parks, where you can walk, cycle and even feed ducks. It is very relaxing and refreshing on a hot day. By the way, the weather was an absolute delight. It was sunny everyday and between 25 and 30 degrees.


We also visited the University of Wroclaw, that has recently been restored since it had been bombarded during World War II. It also offers a charming view of the city at the top of the edifice.



Unfortunately, one of my friend got sick and we had to stay at the apartment for a day but we caught up the next day. Indeed, we went to the Contemporary Museum and discovered many amazing artists.


IMG_1205We discovered the pierogi dish in the restaurant Pierogarnia Stary Mlyn and it was delicious !


I spend an amazing time on this trip with my friends discovering the city, the culture, playing cards and drinking beer. It was just what I needed. I feel better than ever. Wroclaw is an awesome destination. The prices are low and there are many things to do. Little warning : Not many people speak English in this city so prepare yourself to speak in sign language ! Do you want to visit Poland one day ? What did you do this summer ?

I hope this season has been good to you,

See you soon,

Cécile xx


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