With cheap flights to Wroclaw, explore the fourth largest city in Poland. The city is gaining a larger European and international profile, drawing in great amount of tourist for its picturesque bridges, historic city centre, and islands. The beautiful city is known for its high quality of life and in 2015 the city was ranked as the best city to live. The city of Wroclaw is the major commercial, industrial and educational centre for the south western Poland. It’s a sparkling cultural centre, with numerous theatres, major festivals, monuments and a rampant nightlife.
The historical capital of Silesia is one of the oldest and biggest Polish cities and offers numerous tourist attractions. The city is one of the warmest cities in Poland, so it experiences an average temperature of 9.8 degree Celsius. You must explore the city in a good weather, between May to September. January is the coldest whereas August is the hottest month. Book cheap flights to Wroclaw with Dream World Travel’s wide range of flights and you can witness the beauty of Poland in a glimpse.
Old town is the historical, social and cultural centre of the city. You will find the most impressive architecture of the city, shops, restaurants, galleries, bars, museums and much more here. The Market Square, Town Hall, Royal Palace and the Market Hall are some of the highlights of the Old Town.
You must visit the most famous attraction of the city, the architectural centre point, the Market Square. It is one of Europe’s biggest city squares, lined with jaw dropping photogenic buildings. The famous square is often busy day and night because of its numerous restaurants, bars, clubs, boutiques and historical sites of interest.
One of the city’s largest and the oldest park was established in 1785 as a private garden. The park offers many sightseeing attractions but, the main attraction is the Japanese Garden and a wooden church.
The zoological garden of the city is the oldest and the largest zoo in Poland. This zoo is home to about 12000 animals representing 1100 species. It is Poland’s most visited zoo with many attractions like; feeding animals, Shetland pony rides and etc.
You must visit the famous skyscraper of the city; the Sky Tower. It is one of Poland’s tallest building and a modern architectural marvel that includes shops, restaurants, offices, the largest pool hall and a 24-lane bowling alley. Don’t miss to explore one of Poland’s highest panoramic view points on the 49th floor of the building.
The Poland’s only architecture museum was founded in 1965. The collection of the museum illustrates the evolution of architecture in general with a special focus on Poland. You can find the Poland’s largest stained glass collection here.
It is Poland’s fourth largest city.
The city will host IFLA Annual Conference and World Games in 2017.
It is classified as a global city by GaWC.
Ostrów Tumski is the city’s oldest part.
Wroclaw was the European Capital of Culture and the World Book Capital in 2016.