5 Great Reasons to Visit Wroclaw
Why visit the southwestern Polish city? Pronounced Vrotz-wav, it is located in southwestern Poland on the Oder River. With over 640,000 residents, Wroclaw is Poland’s fourth largest city. The sights, attractions, as well as panoramas attract nearly 1/5 of the city’s population in students. Thousands of Polish tourists visit Wroclaw each year, as well as a growing number of international tourists. In 2016, after winning the European Capital of Culture award, over 200,000 tourists experienced Wroclaw.
We think it is time to head to Wroclaw. It is a great city-break option and the prices for flights are excellent. Give Wroclaw a chance to be something big by visitng and telling everyone you know about your excellent trip.