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The weather in Wrocław
This is the climate diagram in Wrocław. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, February is the coolest month in Wrocław, with temperatures going under -3°. The wettest month is January with 27 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 15 rainy days in August, which is the driest month.
Stay in modern holiday cottages in quirky Polish cultural hub Wroclaw
Wroclaw treats you to properties with exciting pasts that give a special character not found elsewhere. From exclusive town homes in the centre of town to luxurious apartments built more recently, you'll never get bored in this city of many personalities.
Main square hits
Soczewka Kitchen, perched nicely on the main square, is all about burgers and being creative with them. Start with the burger soup, then move on to the mac & cheese burger if you have room for it! Vegetarians or chicken-lovers also have options here.
Pijalnia Czekolady E.Wedel's Wroclaw branch is beautifully situated right on the Old Town square. Devour sinfully tasty treats like rich hot cocoa, chocolate cake and ice cream, and luscious gifts to take home while enjoying views of passers-by and colourful historic structures.
A busy 18th century
The first of uncommon encounters in Wroclaw should be at the highly educational and artistic Panorama of the Battle of Racławice which literally surrounds you with a massive image of the important event in 1794, with additional media and information provided alongside the mural.
Dating from the 1700s, Wrocław Palace is a full royal complex consisting of baroque gardens redone in their original plans, palace tours and a municipal history museum. You can easily spend half a day or more here, especially if you want to take it all in leisurely.
Peaceful city strolls
Wroclaw is ideal for walking, and if you choose to travel on foot, you'll be rewarded with treasures to discover along the way. Scattered throughout town are dozens of adorable gnome (once an anti-communist symbol) statues with themes related to their location or historical events.
The best way to see Old Town is by walking which gives you a much better view of the rainbow of restored and daintily decorated buildings. Being an icon of Wroclaw, don't miss the whimsical astronomical clock near the middle of the main square.
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