In the centre of the Old Town is the Market Square (Rynek)…don’t miss the eye catching Town Hall – Gothic architecture (13th century) – reminiscent of the fairytales of our childhood. There’s also free museum there which sounds interesting (closed on day we went). Might also be worth trying to see/hear a concert?…probably more affordable here than other places we’ve visited in Europe?? eg. Vienna, Salzburg, Paris, etc. We would like to return to Wroclaw (& other parts of Poland) with family one day – if the years are kind to us! Poland is generally more affordable than other parts of Europe but you still have the magnificent history, culture (the stories of courage, resilience & reconstruction are something to see/hear!) + plenty of delicious food…try the dumplings😉. Apparently there’s a restaurant in basement of Town Hall (variable reviews) but we found many other places in/near the Market Sq…worth walking a bit away from Old Town Market Sq as well to find good eateries. We enjoyed the many courtyard spaces in/around Jewish quarter too (near Puro hotel).
In the Jewish quarters there are many restaurants and cafes…here is one we particularly enjoyed (photo below)