Walking city tours


Congress Centre - Zwierzyniecki Bridge - Centennial Hall - WUWA

City Walking Tour 1 will present modernist Wroclaw architecture at a world-class level.
We will see the most famous work of Wroclaw modernism – the Centennial Hall. The hall is on Unesco’s list of World Heritage.  On the tour we will also see the „Workplace and House Exhibition” („Wohnung und Werkraum” Ausstellung – WUWA).  The exhibition was prepared by the Silesian Branch of the German Werkbund in 1929.


Congress Centre - Cathedral of St. John the Baptist - Church of St. Giles - Church of the Holy Cross and St. Bartholomew - Church of St. Mary on the Sand - Congress Centre

City Walking Tour 2 will present the oldest part of the city Ostrów Tumski
We will see in this place churches dating from the medieval period. Among others, we will see: the city’s most important temple – the Gothic Cathedral, the oldest church of St. Giles and the two-story church of St. Cross.


Congress Centre - National Museum - Panorama of the Batlle of Racławice - Ovo Hilton - Department store Kameleon (Petersdorff) - Market Square - Department Store Renoma (Wertheim)

City Walking Tour 3 will present the modernist department stores of Wroclaw: Kameleon and Renoma.  We will also see the Panorama of the Batlle of Raclawice building. The rotunda, which is houses the painting, is an example of Brutalism and is one of the most interesting architectural structures that were built in Wroclaw after 1945. We will also see one of the most intriguing examples of contemporary architecture in Poland – the futuristic OVO Wrocław.