Wroclaw, situated southwest, is not only the fourth largest city in Poland, but also one of Poland's oldest and most beautiful cities. The city offers you in fact: a unique architecture influenced by Gothic and Baroque style, more than 1000 years of history and culture and many monuments and sights.
But, there is a lot more to discover in Wroclaw besides culture and history. Be enchanted by the romantic atmosphere: take a walk along the channels and relax in the beautiful Szczytnicki Park. Situated at the Oder river, Wroclaw counts 12 islands and 117 bridges, therefore, the city is also called the Venice of Poland.
Wroclaw is especially known for its main square, which is located in the heart of the old town and which is also the second largest medieval market square in Europe. Interesting to see are also: the panorama Raclawicka National Museum, the City Hall and the Market Hall (HalaTargowa).