Wroclaw is such a beautiful city that you could really spend days just wandering around getting lost in its cobbled streets, checking out all the fabulous architecture. I myself found the city a wonderful place to slowly wander exploring all its side streets and checking out many of its amazing churches and historic buildings as well as keeping an eye out for Wroclaw’s most famous attraction, the hundreds of little bronze gnomes scatted around the city! However the city has so much more to offer, here’s my recommendations for the best things to do in Wroclaw, Poland.
Chania is located about 7 Km east of Souda Bay, on the north coast of Crete. The area is mostly known for its military installations with both Hellenic and NATO bases positioned on its Akrotiri peninsula. However, the area is increasingly being seen as a popular tourist destination with many people wanting to explore the areas rich heritage and ancient historical sites.
Ephesus was an ancient port city whose well-preserved ruins are in modern-day Turkey. The city was once considered the most important Greek city and the most important trading centre in the Mediterranean region. Check out why a visit to the ancient city of Ephesus is a must!
Herculaneum is a fascinating site, overshadowed by Pompeii to its south, Herculaneum is lesser visited, yet its said it offers a far better insight into Roman life in 79 AD than Pompeii. This post will include everything you need to know before visiting Herculaneum including tours, tickets, useful tips and the best way to get there.
Located in Liverpool’s incredible World Heritage waterfront, the Albert Dock Liverpool is one of the areas most visited tourist attractions. The site features the largest collection of grade I listed buildings in England and as was made a UNESCO World Heritage site along with other areas of Liverpool in 2004.