08 October 2015

Wroclaw so far...

Wroclaw is one chilled city. Maybe its just the time of year or maybe its just because its mid-week but the vibe is relaxed. People are friendly, the food is good and its cheap (especially with the exchange rate). So far I've been enjoying my first ever work trip.

Wroclaw Town Hall

Generally I have been pretty busy with work. But I've had the chance to see the city during the day while en route to lunch. In the evenings, I've been sampling the local restaurants, all in the name of blog research of course ;) My first stop was to one that specialises in Perogies - I have to go back - so much yumminess in little dough parcels surely deserves a revisit?


And last night I went to one in the 'basement' of the the Town Hall which claims to be the oldest restaurant in Europe. Every. single. dish. was delicious and tantalising, the flavours causing my taste buds to do a happy dance.


Of course I also found out about Wroclaws smaller residents that can be found all over the city. The Dwarfs. Not little people. Dwarfs. This one was particularly welcoming.


I cant wait to explore this city a bit more over the weekend. Maybe do a but more dwarf spotting (never thought I'd say that!). And of course share it all with you :)

If you have any tips about what to see/do/eat in Wroclaw, let me know!




6 comments:

  1. Those dwarves are too, too cute!

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    1. They are! Such little characters.

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  2. Wroclaw looks gorgeous! I was in Krakow last year and loved it - especially the pierogies - so I must add this city to my list :-)

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    1. Those pierogies are really delish arent they? Krakow is on my list too, if only I can convince work to send me there now ;)

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  3. It looks like so much fun! I love pierogies and Polish food in general. That Polish restaurant near to the Natural History Museum is really good.

    Look forward to reading more about your trip!

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    1. I didn't know there was Polish restaurant there! We should have gone! Next time :)

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