Wroclaw - Let's Go to Plan B February 22nd 2012 Continuing my quest to visit every place worth going to within a 500 kilometre radius of my temporary hometown of Prague, I went to the lively, university town of Wroclaw (Vrot-slaf) in South Western Poland at the weekend. This fairly small city is renowned for it nice architecture and student vibe.
Compared to many cities in Central Europe, Wroclaw should be pretty close to Prague but it isnâ€ ... read more
Europe » Poland » Lower Silesian » Wroclaw » Katy Wroclawskie Poland is an ancient nation that was conceived near the middle of the 10th century. Its golden age occurred in the 16th century. During the following century, the strengthening of the gentry and internal disorders weakened the nation. In a series of ... ... read more
Hi. I'm originally from the bland metropolis that is Leeds in the United Kingdom but I packed up and moved to the beautiful, fascinating and sometimes frustrating city of Prague in March 2011. Like nearly every other English person in Prague, I use the skills God gave me and I teach English - also a great way to meet real Czech people and find out what they do and where go. I'm also building up a portfolio of copywriting and creative writing and this blog is my sarcastic, cynical and hopefully interesting insight of living in Prague and the Czech Republic and my travels around Central and East... full info