Wroclaw




If you are planning to go to Poland for a trip, consider Wroclaw to be one of your destination points.
Wroclaw is a large European city, with population of over 600,000 inhabitants. It is the largest city in south-west part of Poland and the capital city of the region called Dolny Slask/ Lower Silesia/.
It has great connection to plenty European cities thanks to rapidly growing airport, good road and train connection. Wroclaw airport offers flights to about 40 European cities. It has a direct connection with London, Liverpool, Bristol, Glasgow, Dublin and many more.
Wroclaw is a very well managed city in Poland, conscious of its importance and attractiveness. Wroclaw is the city of bridges. There are over 300 of them. All sizes on over 20 rivers and streams and channels running through the urban area. That makes Wroclaw situated on many islands and it is sometimes called Venice of the North.
Wroclaw is one of the most important cultural and intellectual centres in Poland. There is a lot of theatres, museums, cinemas or art galleries with a vast offer of events. Wroclaw has probably the nicest Old Town in Poland with great night life.
It was also one of the Euro 2012 host city. Slask Wroclaw is the football club successfully competing in Polish football league.

So why Wroclaw?

Definitely Wroclaw has a lot to offer to its visitors. It is one of the most popular and spectacular cities in Poland.
The city has a long and interesting history told by the architecture, museums, streets or the bridges.
Wroclaw has something to offer to everyone. Regardless if you are there for culture, sport, relaxation. There will always be things to do and to see in this old city which became one of the most modern and important cities in Poland.

“The Must See List”

  • Multimedia Fountain at night

  • The fountain in the Old Town

  • Japanese Garden in Szczytnicki Park

  • Centennial Hall, UNESCO object present on the World Heritage List

  • Cathedral Island

  • Old Town

  • Town Hall square

  • Panorama RaclawickaPoznan Castle

  • Municipal Stadium - one of the arenas for Euro 2012

  • The Zoo founded in 1865 with the largest number of species in Poland – 565.

  • Botanical Garden, established in 1811 in the Cathedral Island