In 2016, Wrocław was included by the British Guardian in the list of 40 places ideal for holidays. It is a city of 220 bridges crossing over 5 rivers and creating 12 smaller and bigger islands. You may find here a unique group of historical European locks, weirs, mills and water power stations called the Venice of the North. Wrocław, the capital of the Lower Silesia region, is a beautiful historical city with a great number of parks, wonderful restaurants and cheerful people. Also, the whole region does not lack additional attractions. In the Owl Mountains located close to Wrocław, Germans performed large-scale construction works under the code name “Riese” (Giant). Its remains have been attracting researchers and adventurers to the region of Lower Silesia for years. The famous Książ Castle is also situated nearby – it is the third biggest castle in Poland right after the Malbork Castle and the Royal Castle in Warsaw.
The Old Town, canoeing on the River Odra, Książ Castle, the underground city in the Owl Mountains and the gold mine in Złoty Stok, the Bear Cave in Kletno, Kłodzko Fortress
Sofitel Wrocław Old Town, Art Hotel, Platinum Palace Hotel
Food Art Gallery, OK Wine Bar, Mini Browar and Spiż Restaurant, Zamek Kliczków Restaurant