Undertaking any kind of dental procedure almost always requires you to spend few days in Poland in order to make all the necessary pre-surgical examinations, consultations and the surgery itself. Some types of treatments are divided into 2 steps what basically means that the patient should come to Poland 2 times. Due to that, sometimes you may be asked to stay in the chosen city 3-7 days in total. You will not spend all that time in the clinic obviously, so it might be nice to fulfill your free time with the city tour. If you decide to visit our professional dentists in Wroclaw here we have some information where to go and what to see in this amazing city. During your dental treatment in Wroclaw do not miss your chance to get to know one of the most beautiful, historical city of Poland!
Dentists in Wroclaw are professional with years of experience
Choosing clinic in Wroclaw is the best choice as we provide there the most professional dentists with 5 – 20 years of experience. They are specialists in dental implants, full jaw restoration, and small dental surgeries. Coming to the clinic in Wroclaw for your treatment you can be sure to that your expectations will be meet in the best way. The highest quality of dental service will be delivered without spending a fortune on it.
Places to visit in Wroclaw:
While visiting Wroclaw it is worth starting with the Market Square which is located in the middle of the city. It is considered to be one of the biggest and the most beautiful historical squares in the whole Europe. What makes it so magical is the fact, that it is composed of buildings from various historical periods. It was established for the first time in middle ages (XIII century) and since that time it was being constantly extended. Fortunately, devastations caused by II World War were not very severe so the place still has its peculiar magic and great historical value. If you come to Wroclaw during the winter time we also recommend you to take part in traditional Christmas market that takes place there annually for years.
You can not miss the chance to see the breathtaking painting called “The Racławice Panorama”. It is unique because of its monumental size (15 × 114 meters) but mostly because of the fact that it is designed to show the viewer standing in the middle of it full, 360° panoramic images (so called cyclorama). The author, Wojciech Kossak, is one of the greatest painters of polish culture. The picture shows famous victory in Raclawice that took place in 1794 when polish troops conducted by Tadeusz Kościuszko have been fighting with the Russians.
The Monument of an Anonymous Passer-by
The Monumentum of an Anonymous Passer-by is composed of 14 human figures made out of bronze that fall into the ground. An artistic installation was erected in order to memorize people who were fighting against the communism in Wroclaw during the martial law. Being in the city center you definitely should pass by the crossroads of Piłsudskiego and Świdnicka streets next to the Arkady passage to contemplate this extraordinary monument.
Cathedral of St John the Baptist
The Cathedral was erected in the mid 10th century. Over the years it has been rebuilt to its present form. At first, it was designed and built in Gothic style and was later enriched with Neo-Gothic decorations. Nowadays it is the seat of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Wrocław and a landmark of the city of Wrocław in Poland.