Juliusz Słowacki Park
The temple of silence in the centre of the city. On the one side - a romantic poetry of Słowacki, on the other - Panorama Racławicka and the National Museum. Minimum of space, maximum of experience.
The park is a bridge between the city and nature. One can easily hide in the park and take a break from the city noise. People can relax under the trees and monuments. Maples, chestnut trees or lime trees protect from the sun - one can also find shelter inside the buildings of the National Museum (Muzeum Narodowe), Museum of Architecture (Muzeum Architektury) and Panorama of the Battle of Racławice (Panorama Racławicka). On this occasion one can also taste the art - the buildings offer interesting exhibitions and presentations.
The visitors of the park sit on the blankets, banks along the alleys, or, during summer, participate in yoga classes. The green terrains of the park are also a good starting point of the city sightseeing - it is close to the Old Town Promenade (Promenada Staromiejska) and the building of the Museum of Post and Telecommunication (Muzeum Poczty i Telekomunikacji).
It is possible to get to the park with trams: 0L, 0P, 2, 4, 10, 33 plus and buses: A, N, 145, 149. There are also city bike stands near the park - at Nowy Targ, in Rynek and ul. Wita Stwosza.
The information from the website of Wrocławianie na Polanie.