1st highlight: visit to the "Panorama of Racławice"
We start the 2nd day with a visit to the "Panorama of Racławice". This unique Polish work of art includes a panorama picture with a total area of 1,710 m². It depicts the victory of the Polish over the Russian army on April 4, 1794 in Racławice. The picture was a tourist highlight of the city of Lviv (today western Ukraine) for a long time. It was dismantled under strict secrecy and shipped to Wroclaw in 1946. For political reasons, it could only be shown to the public again from 1985 and is now one of the city's most famous sights.
2nd highlight: National Museum
Near the panorama is the Wroclaw National Museum, whose collection includes around 120,000 exhibits from the Middle Ages to the present day. Overall, the National Museum is considered to be one of the largest collections of historical exhibits in the country. Here there are, among other things. many paintings, drawings, prints, sculptures, handicrafts and photographs to visit. We also have the opportunity to get an introduction to the history of the country and its art history and also get to know outstanding personalities.
3rd highlight: free time
In the afternoon, you have time to explore the city and other sights on your own. We recommend the "Galeria Neonów" or the Botanical Garden. Of course, you can also enjoy the city with a leisurely stroll and visit some of the local shops.
Overnight in Wroclaw