beautiful place to see! highly recommened for a quick trip ! lovely and enchanting. Visit day or night, get all the same great views!
a 14th century brick building which towers over the city and which shows yet another form of church decoration. A wonderful space of worship.
This is just off the main market square, interesting architecture and there is a monument to Dietrich Bonhoeffer who was executed by the Nazis in 1945. Sometimes there are concerts and music presentations in the church.
The most interesting thing about St.Elizabeth is the tower. The tower is 300+ steps up to a fantastic view of Wroclaw. The cost is 5PLN and the hours are 10-6. Go on a clear day, it is worth the climb!
I have visited the homeland twice once in 2000 and then in 2012. I looked forward to making the 326 step climb to enjoy a breath taking view of Rynek and the Wroclaw skyline. The history of this church and surrounding churches I found to be very informative. Loved going down and greeted by a gnome across the plaza. A... More
It's a nice church to pop your head into while in Wroclaw, but there isn't anything too memorable about it. Unfortunately, the tower wasn't open on the day I went. I'm sure if it had been open I would have rated the site a little higher, but I can only go off of what I actually saw.
Beautiful church inside and out. It had an unusual and delightful exhibit surrounding the crèche scene in a side room. It included hundreds of animated figures and scenes - to the delight of a class of visiting schoolchildren while we were there. In one section, a window opens and Pope John Paul appears every few minutes. The lady there said... More
It is well worth a trip up the 200+ steps to the top of this Church. There are fantastic views to be had at the top and is in my top 3 things to do in Wrocław.
We've been to Wroclaw a few times. Admittedly, mainly "drinking weekends"!! However, one morning we thought we'd do something different! This church is lovely but the tower was something else. If you're claustrophobic.....don't do it! Very narrow staircase, very steep! Also, didn't realise how unfit I was!!! Worth the effort though. Amazing views. Got to be done if you are... More
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