The town hall or Ratusz is the town’s landmark of Wrocław, Poland. The first document showing its existence dates back to the year 1299 and over the years it served for administration tasks and as a court – today it is a museum. The building is located on one edge of the Rynek, a ring in the city center that is in fact a square.
Surrounding it you’ll find many restaurants and bars as well as the St. Elisabeth church. Beginning from there are the main pedestrian streets of Wrocław and therefore it is a good starting point for a visit. Look out for the small metal dwarfs located here and throughout the city: they have been a subversive sign during comunism and are now a nice detail for children.