If you want to have a walk, the great places are the Botanical Garden with their beautiful flowers and Alpine gardens, green house and the biggest cactus house in Poland, and the Zoological Garden, founded in 1865 and accommodating about 5500 animals representing 650 species.Visitors coming to Wroclaw remember the city mainly as a cultural centre.Its theatres, including the Opera, Musical Theatre and Philharmonic Hall; various clubs, museums and galleries provide a continuous series of artistic events.
Situated at the foot of the Sudety Moutains, upon the Odra River and cut through by its numerous tributaries and canals, it is an exceptional city of 12 islands and 112 bridges.
Wroclaw's complex and dramatic history is embedded in the city walls.
In the city centre, there spreads out the Szczytnicki Park dating from the 18th century.
It cointains over 370 species of trees and shrubs and a Japanese garden.
In the city center You can stay in Patio Hotel or in Art hotel.
You can also choose one of available Wroclaw hotels from our hotels list.
The biggest of them is International Festival WRATISLAVIA CANTANS - Music and Fine Arts.
Other festivals which take place in Wroclaw include Jazz on the Odra, Old Master's Music Days, One-Actor Theatr Performances and Festival of Actor Songs.
It is a crossing point of three international routes, has two big railway stations, two river ports and international airport, which ensures the connection with the whole world.