Cheap cost, worth to explore.
3 must-see places in Wroclaw that everyone can afford.
If you already collected a number of Dwarfs pictures and stocked up some pierogi into your travel bag then get ready to explore the next 3 must-see places in Wroclaw! These time we will try to find a car your grandpa drove in Topach Automotive museum, will strike up new acquaintances at Sladova Island and finally, we will take noir style shots at Neon Side.
The atmosphere of the exposition will dive you into the times when the automotive industry had its own unique character. In this museum, you may find some cars, which these days become a classic and weren’t available to a general public some decades ago.
Now it’s possible for everyone to touch the history of the era of Polish motoring. Pioneer construction of the thirties, such as the legendary Sokół 1000, Fiat 508 from the Polish assembly. And for the luxury lovers – one of the largest collections in Poland of Rolls & Royce and Bentley cars.
This museum is located in the yard of adorable polish castle Topach.
Open hours :
Sat. – Sund. / 10:00 – 17:00
Entrance – 12 zl.
Just simply click to see the way how you can get there
from the Down Town >> The public transport and schedules
The way to the Topach takes approximately 45 min. by 2 buses from Rynek
This is small islet on the Oder River. The place is most known by its mystical power to attract a dozen of youngers. People are coming here to take a rest, to eat, to drink something they bring and to meet with their friends. But here even strangers are easily becoming pals while singing together nearby the random guy with a guitar. You should definitely get there. And don’t be shy to strike up a conversation with a good company. Everybody is usually very friendly and open there.
The way to Slodova Island takes approximately 12 min. by walk from Rynek.
And finally, another significant nook is a real godsend for photographers and any kind of neon noir art fans. Historical neons are coming alive in the deep evening. Most noteworthy, that exactly in these yard dozen years ago were existed a company which was producing the unique neon lights for the different business. Thanks to the enthusiasts and active locals this history is still alive in its luminous words.
In addition some ideas for neo noir photos:
The way to the Neon Side takes approx 7 min. by walk from Rynek