Platinum Palace Hotel

5 out of 5 stars5 Stars

Powstancow Slaskich 204, Wroclaw, 53 140, Poland
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  • Families66
  • Couples83
  • Solo33
  • Business75

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Forum Posts

Wroclaw Weather

by AntonyStatham

Does anyone know what the weather is likely to be in Wroclaw in early November?

Will ity be wet or snowy? Or both?!?

RE: RE: Wroclaw Weather

by AntonyStatham

Thanks Kate!

I see you live in Poznan - we wee thinking of going there instead of Wroclaw.

I ghope we didn't pick the wrong city!

RE: RE: Wroclaw Weather

by freland

As far as I remember weather in Poland,
there is a chance of rain (the later in NOV the bigger)
watch weather services (however,with weather - you never know )
It gets dark soon in the afternoon

btw between P and W , I think you have chosen well
(in terms of tourism)
G.luck!

Travel Tips for Wroclaw

The roots of the city

by magor65

"On 19 January 1945 Gauleiter Hanke issued the command to evacuate Wroclaw completely and because there was no transport he ordered the population to leave the city on foot. At that time about a million people - together with refugees from all parts of Germany - lived in Wroclaw.
By 8 February about 700 thousand people had left the city. For nearly 100 thousand of them it was a death march."

from B. Maciejewska ' Wroclaw. History of the city"

The new inhabitants of Wroclaw came to settle here from all over Poland. Among them a big group of re-settlers from what used to be eastern Poland, but in the post-war order became the part of the Soviet Union. Among them was my father's family that came from Lvov.

Inviting People

by wroclawiak

The Polish chicks like to be invited in a restaurant or a cafe. If you meet one here and you would like to invite her for dinner or for a pint you should pay the whole bill. Sometimes they want to pay their part of the bill but you should say that she is invited and you'll cover the bill.
Inviting can be understand here as paying.

Let the Polish ladies enter a resturant, cafe or tram first. According to the rule: "Ladies first".

St. Giles church

by german_eagle

You might easily miss this cute small church in the shadow of the huge cathedral. It is located right on the northern side of cathedral square on Ostrow Tumski. This church is actually the oldest originally preserved structure in Wroclaw, not destroyed in the tatars' attack.

What's so special about this church is the nice brickstone architecture and decoration from the first half of the 13th century. Unfortunately it was closed when I visited but the Romanesque portal alone was worth the time.

a little further..

by Toja about still Ostrow Tumski

Walking across the Tumski bridge we enter the site which was the original Slaw settlement. Now there is the Episcopal quarter with 5 medieval churches. Walking towards the cathedral we go past the church in the picture. This is actually not one but 2 churches in one building - one on the top of the other ? St. Cross and St. Bartholomew. Both are spacious and the lower - St. Bartholomew - too large to be regarded only as a crypt. The building was founded in 1288 by the Duke Henryk the Righteous. In the square, next to the church stands a Baroque monument of St. Jan Nepomuk. of course not a beach costume...

Explore Wroclaw on foot

by HORSCHECK

Wroclaw's Old Town (Stare Miasto) is not too big and due to the islands in the river Odra and the connecting foot bridges it is best explored on foot.

There are many pedestrianised streets or pathways which are not accessible to cars or public transportation.

So when wandering around the Old Town don't miss having a look at the smaller sidestreets.

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