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Wrocław recommendations

We are beyond thrilled that we will be able to celebrate our special day with you in just a few months. As the countdown is officially on, below are some further details. Feel free to ask us any questions in the meantime, we will be happy to help.


The city centre

A post-industrial landscape neglected by an imploding government, blighted by ugly brutalist communist-era architecture, a brutalist football team, and a brutalist population has sadly meant that we have had to rule Swindon out. 


Luckily, Marta's hometown, Wrocław (yes, that's in Poland and not pronounced how you think it is!) is the amazing city that you'll be travelling to.


For those coming from the UK, you'll be able to marvel at the baroque buildings, good nightlife (no sign of ridiculous drinking curfew hour), affordable prices and 300 gnome statues.


The centre is full of amazing bars and restaurants and the rest of the city is surrounded by rivers and islands perfect for a drink in the sunshine.

We love the city and recommend trying to come for a couple of days before or staying after the wedding (if you are feeling brave). Some hotel, bars, and tourist attractions recommendations to follow closer to the date.


You can find out more on Lonely Planet.

Getting there

You can fly from Stanstead with Ryanair or Luton with WizzAir (sorry!) directly to Wrocław. Most other major airports will offer connecting flights via Warsaw or London.

Getting around

Rejoice! Uber and Bolt both work in Wrocław. Pro tip: make sure you book a Comfort/Black car though as the standard seems to be a bit lower.


Accommodation during the wedding (Saturday and Sunday)

The first night is on us but for the second night, we are kindly asking for a contribution of £60 per person (£120 per couple). If you could send us the money by the end of April, we would greatly appreciate it.  


Bank Details
Marta Szymanska



Hotels in Wrocław

If you're coming early to spend a bit of time in the city there are cool spots to stay in, our only recommendation is to stay around Market Square/Old Town for your convenience.


PURO Wrocław Stare Miasto→ 
Modern, good location with a very decent breakfast (our recommendation).


Hotel Monopol→
Five stars, go on treat yourself. You deserve it.


Hotel Patio Old Town
A nice, super central hotel that's great value.


Art Hotel→
A touch of tradition. 



La Maddalena→ 
Modern, riverside with great reviews and views... of the river.


The head chef worked at Noma and Geranium (hopefully as a chef).


Karczma Lwowska (Folklore)→
Recommended if you want a fully traditional experience. You get a free drink if you can pronounce the name at the end of the meal.

Pod przykrywką→
Top veggie/vegan option (there are lots of other veggie options if needed). 

Piwnica Świdnicka→

The oldest beer hall in Wroclaw with a modern feel. Great craft beers and food. 

Pierogarnia Rynek 26→

Best spot for pierogi (Polish dumplings)


If you have any questions please email us:

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