Updated: May 16, 2020
My first time in Wroclaw was such fun, so when Liat got invited to participate in another academic conference in that beautiful city – we didn't hesitate for a moment. I remembered that there were some places I didn't have time to see, and it was an excellent opportunity to catch up.
We landed in the evening and headed directly to the hotel the conference ordered for us. It was far from the city center, and they were no restaurants in a close distance – however, the hotel restaurant was fabulous.
We started our first morning by visiting the highlights from our previous visit: the Cathedral Island, the Ossolineum and its wonderful cafe, the former city prison, the old butchers' place, the Rynek, and the Market Hall.
At noon, Liat's conference started at the Depot History Center – an old bus depot that was transformed into an excellent museum of Wroclaw after WWII. While Liat joined her colleagues, I visited the exhibition for an hour and a half and headed to the City Museum, which kept me busy for more than two hours.