Hosted by Owen Williams, Wroclogs is a video blog that shows off Wrocław's sights and provides practical information about life in the city. Here we've been embedded most of the episodes for your viewing pleasure.

All of the video descriptions below are the work of Wroclogs themselves. 

Introduction to Wrocław

Introducing Wrocław, Poland. European Capital of Culture 2016. Wroclaw is a fantastic city in South West Poland, this video gives a glimpse of what it's like here.

Wrocław Airport

Travelling from Wrocław airport to the city centre. The public transport challenge begins.

Renoma and the National Forum of Music

Wrocław public transport challenge continued: getting to the National Forum of Music & Renoma via public transport.

Wrocław main train station

Showing how to buy tickets and find the right tram or bus while travelling on public transport in Wrocław.

Wrocław Market Square: The Rynek

Wrocław Market Square, at the centre of the old town. Join Wroclogs on their trip around: the Rynek; the Town Hall; the old, underground restaurant and pub (Piwnica Świdnica & Śpiż); St. Elizabeth's Church tower; and Jaś i Małgosia. This Wroclogs video gives a more detailed look at some of the buildings in the centre of Wrocław and provides a brief history of the city known as "The Meeting Place".

Wrocław Zoo

Wrocław Zoo is a great place to visit, in this video Wroclogs shows just some of the amazing animals and interesting buildings on show in Poland's oldest zoo. Wrocław Zoo is close to the city centre and open all year round.

Wrocław's Dwarfs

Wrocław dwarfs (krasnale) are hidden throughout the city. Overlooked by many, but loved by many more. Searching for them is a great, fun way of seeing Wrocław. It will take you to all the major landmarks and provide you with some history and background (for a detailed history, check out the app Dwarf-some Wroclaw or wikipedia). This video was shot at the beginning of 2016, when the dwarf population was approaching 400! Here you'll see some of the favourite dwarfs (krasnale) in Wroclaw and find out how to find them yourself.

Wroclaw Parks and Odra River Cup

Wroclaw boasts a superb, varied selection of parks throughout the city, as well as a newly developed boulevard along the Odra river. These places are beautiful and full of fun things to do. This video is about the Parks of Culture project happening throughout the warm months in Wroclaw. It also shows the special event "Odra River Cup Regatta". Find out what they're all about by watching this Wroclogs video.

Hydropolis Wroclaw

Wroclaw's Hydropolis is one of the new 7 wonders of Poland. Watch this video to find out why! See some of the attractions on offer there & find out how you can visit it yourself – all the information is in this Wroclogs video.

Hala Stulecia and the multimedia fountain

Hala Stulecia, Hala Ludowa, Centennial Hall- whatever you call it, this pioneering engineering modern masterpiece deserves a visit. Designed by Max Berg, it is Wrocław's first UNESCO World Heritage site. Along with being an impressive building itself, it regularly plays host to incredible events and fronts a world-class multimedia fountain. Get a glimpse of the place with this Wroclogs video.

The National Forum of Music – NFM- Wroclaw

The National Forum of Music (NFM) in Wroclaw is one of the most modern and most impressive buildings here. Its main concert hall hosts internationally renown musicians and orchestras. This Wroclogs video gives a brief tour of the NFM, showing the amazing architecture inside, and providing some information about booking tickets and the institution's history.

Wrocław's Theatres

Wrocław hosts many great theatres. In this video, get a behind the scenes tour of Capitol theatre, the Contemporary Theatre, and Wrocław Puppet Theatre.

Stadion Wrocław

Wrocław Stadium is home to WKS Śląsk but not only that. Here Wroclogs give their top five things to do in Wrocław Stadium.

Gregor Gowans

The founder and editor of Wroclaw Uncut, Gregor has been running the website since its inception in 2012. A Wroclawian for almost 10 years, Gregor writes on a wide variety of topics including, food & drink, nightlife, local news and politics. He is also a regular guest on Radio Ram's Sunday lunch programme.

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