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Well we promised you a better Wroclaw map and here it is... the all new Wroclaw Life 'interactive map', with just a little help from our friends at Google. Using this spanking new feature of ours should prove a real treat, as with a flick of a switch you can display the exact locations of hotels, restaurants, bars, shops, cinemas, museums and more in Wroclaw. Perfect for first time visitors to the city!
Carole from Ireland Reply
Is it true that there is free local buses for tourists if so where would I have to collect them. Also waht is the best bus number to get to the town center
Jhoselyn from Canada Reply
what bus can take you to the renoma mall?
jada from United States Reply
not very good.
Andrea from United States Reply
Its great I'm doing a report for my college class and it is very helpful
Wroclaw Life from Poland Reply
Hi Martin. Our purple map is available from good restaurants, bars and hotels in Wroclaw. In pdf format, we provide our free downloadable mini guide - http://www.wroclaw-life.com/guide/pdf.php
Martin from United Kingdom Reply
And where is your purple map in PDF ?? It would be handy to download it and have this PDF on my Galaxy..
Tom Molfenter from Canada Reply
Well organized and user-friendly
former-resident from United States Reply
Looks like this map is not to date. Missing AOW and Rendzin Bridge.
Reberto from Italy Reply
Pick up the purple map Wroclaw Guide - it's a free map of Wroclaw's city centre. Their map cover most attractive places - all safe for tourists!
solle from Sweden Reply
which places to avoid in wroclaw ? dont wanna end up in ghetto :P
from United Kingdom Reply
very useful map with all place where is worth to go!
James from Poland Reply
There are four gothic Cathedrals in Wroclaw: the Roman Catholic Cathedral of John The Baptist on Katedralna St., the Polish National Catholic Cathedral of St. Mary Magdalene on Szewska St., the Orthodox Cathedral of St. Anne and St. Barbara on Mikolaja St. and the Greek Catholic Cathedral of St. Jacob and St. Vincent on Pl. Nankiera. Apart from them there is a Classicist lutheran Cathedral of the Holy Providence on Kazimierza --- together there are five cathedrals in the city.
Si from United Kingdom Reply
Nice one , thank you!
hanna from United States Reply
Poland is wonderful country
Bee from United States Reply
Couldn't have survived without this map!
jorgina from Albania Reply
Po from United Kingdom Reply
very helpful map, thanks Wroclaw Life!
Odenan from United States Reply
Helpful resource for newbies in the city!
Gina from United Kingdom Reply
Useful map! Keep it up guys! It was great to find exactly what to do while in Wroclaw!
Odenan from United Kingdom Reply
very useful map - thanks wroclaw-life!
ruty from Israel Reply
fantastic and very helpful
John from United States Reply
MPK (the city public transportation system) website has a city map with bus/tram routes with numbers, stops and schedules; takes a VERY long time to load (sometimes locks up)... could you add this feature to your site? or add a link to something similar?
alex from Ukraine Reply
please, let me know if there is any tennis court in Wroclaw. I need this info within next 12 hours. Thanks.
Frances from United Kingdom Reply
Brilliant map. Wish all Polish towns had a similar one.
gabisidwell from United Kingdom Reply
FUNIO from Poland Reply
Thats a great idea - somehow to search the locations would be a great functionality, otherwise great page!
Joe from Ireland Reply
Very useful map, thank you. Shanei, your generalisation of the English is totally unfounded. You don't have to be English to be a lager lout - you need only look closer to home! Actually maybe you should consider what the locals of Wroclaw will think of you when YOU'RE out having your drink.
Jowita Degiorgio from United Kingdom Reply
KingKong from United Kingdom Reply
Whooah love the improvements you guys have made with the map of Wroclaw! Fantastic. Does a giant ape count as a monkey?
James from United Kingdom Reply
Very useful map - most guides to Poland do not have much on Wroclaw so this is very welcome. I'll try not to behave like a monkey, or even be rude about complete nationalities.
Shanei from Ireland Reply
Hi! I'm Irish so do not fall into the "English lager lout" category. That said I'm coming to Wroclaw for a few days next weekend and would like the name of somewhere to go that has a drink but that isn't full of English!
BB from United States Reply
We don't want any English tourists in Wroc³aw. They behave like some stupid animals! Main reason why they visit poland is to dring good and cheap polish beer and behave like monkeys! Other tourists are very welcome in this beautiful, old city! There is a lot to see...(don't forget to find all gnomes in the downtown ;)) )
from Italy Reply
I have to find hotel Bacero. What can I do? Thanks
John Withill from United Kingdom Reply
HI there - I am really in to the Fortresses and wallred towns of Silesia during the occupation of Frederick of Prussia . Breslau as it became known was one of a number of Silesian Cities to become 'fortresses' along the line of the River Oder/Odra .... can any one advise a good place to contact and start some detailed study ?? Its for my doctorate .... so I would like to try to be precise about things ... any body out there ???? Thanks JOHN
Wroclaw Life Team from Poland Reply
Thanks for your feedback Bev. Please find that we have now added both the Main Train Station and Wroclaw Copernicus Aiport onto the map. Click on services as before. You will then have to zoom out (find the zoom toolbar on the top left of the map) and you should be able to locate both (the airport a fair way to the west, the train station closer to the south). If you have any further questions or feedback, please contact us.
Bev Sexton from United Kingdom Reply
Am I missing something? Cannot locate either train stations nor airport even when clicking on '3 services' which just produces the tourist information office! How is that improved??
Eva Stelzer from United States Reply
I was there! I was born in Breslau in 1927. At the time the Russion army surrounded Breslau, we were unable to escape to the West and therefore somehow we made it through all this turmoil. In October 1945 a very kind Polish schoolteacher told us gently to leave because Breslau was now Polish territory. Well, we accepted that and left via russian truck to what we thought Cottbus near Berlin. Make a long story short, my mother, sister and I never carried any grudge against the Polish people. We were so glad to finally have gotten rid of Hitler and the whole miserable gang of Nazis, that almost any sacrifice was worth it. When WW2 broke out, my mother cried and when I asked her why she replied that she was crying for all the mothers of every country that would lose their sons.
R. Carol from Poland Reply
The Cathedral is on an island, Ostrow Tumski, which is north of the town square. The street is Katedralna
from Poland Reply
No, it is on an island in the north east of the old town. ul. katedralna or sth.
via from Czech Republic Reply
The cathedral is between Szewska and Laciarska St. Near Wita Stwosza
Roy Needham from United Kingdom Reply
Where, in Wroclaw is the Cathedral?
Slinks from United Kingdom Reply
fantastic! Some of the best bars and clubs are difficult to find so it's good to get a headstart on them. Plus if you're planning to visit as a tourist to be able to see exaclty where your hotel is on a map is invaluable. I will recommending it to all my Wroclaw visitors
Keith Trescothick from United Kingdom Reply
This map of Wroclaw is GREAT, but can you add a search box so it's a bit easier to find places quickly. Thanks!