The history of Wroclaw

The history of Wroclaw

Wroclaw is the fourth largest town in the country in terms of population and history. It is an artistic and decorative city at the intersection of two routes: the Via Regia and the Amber Rout. Wroclaw had excellent conditions for development. The city was first mention in a written document in 1000. The Slezans were the owners of the settlement of the island of Ostrow Tumski at least from the 6th century. We would like to present you the history of Wroclaw. Poland was a milit... [ read more ]

Top 5 interesting tourist attractions in Wroclaw

Top 5 interesting tourist attractions in Wroclaw

Wrocław is the historical capital of Silezia and the fourth largest in terms of population and one of the oldest Polish cities. It is not accidentally considered one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. It is situated on both sides of the Oder and the backwaters of the river cross the whole town. Today six hundred thousand people live in this historical city. We already presented the most beautiful architectural attractions of the city, today we will focus on the top 5 interesti... [ read more ]

Top 5 architectural tourist attractions in Wroclaw

Top 5 architectural tourist attractions in Wroclaw

Wroclaw can be considered a lucky city as it survived the bombing of the Second World War and the old city center was gradually rebuilt to its original splendor. Alike other major historical towns of Poland, almost every monumental building of the city was rebuilt. Today everything is amazing is Wroclaw, the island of Ostrów Tumski, the Baroque Leopold Hall of the pantheon, and a long list of architectural and artistic wonders. We would like to present you the top 5 architectural tour... [ read more ]

Having fun in Wroclaw

Having fun in Wroclaw

The one thousand years old Wroclaw is one of those Polish cities that you absolutely have to visit. Wroclaw is the place of fun and it is visited by many tourists and business travelers. Many exhibitions and conferences are taking place here all year round. There you won’t find only beautiful architecture World Heritage sites and stunning views, but it is a lively and fun destination having a typical local atmosphere with nice people, great food, jazz clubs, vibrant night-life, conce... [ read more ]

The population of tiny dwarfs in Wroclaw

The population of tiny dwarfs in Wroclaw

Wroclaw in one of those Polish cities that you absolutely have to visit. It is the historical capital of Silesia, an important cultural and scientific center. It is a beloved destination for tourists and business travelers. Wroclaw has many tourist attractions, but today we would like to present the population of tiny dwarfs in Wroclaw. The dwarfs took Wroclaw since 2003, when the Mayor of Wrocław opened an extra room in the Jas house: the Dwarf Museum, which has a miniature sign boar... [ read more ]

Wroclaw as the city of bridges

Wroclaw as the city of bridges

Wroclaw is located in Poland, on both sides of the middle Oder. The city has five rivers: the Oder and four small rivers that flows into the Oder: Bystrzyca, Oława, Ślęza i Widawa. It is the historical capital of Silesia, the fourth largest city in Poland and one of the oldest ones. With its 12 islands and hundreds of bridges it is also called “Lower Silesian Venice” or the “city of bridges”. Before the second World War the town had 303 bridges, but today has 112 main bridges a... [ read more ]

Amazing Things to See in Poland

Amazing Things to See in Poland

The first would be the Crooked Forest in Nowe Czarnowo that is in the West Pomerania of Poland. Nowe Czarnowo is basically a village within the Gryfino County. It is pretty close to the German border, south of Szczecin. For some reason, there exist a grove of very strangely shaped pine trees just outside this village area. It was believed that they were planted around 1930. Some even think these four hundred pine trees were planted by some special technique to create the ninety degree horizo... [ read more ]

Stadion Miejski in Wroclaw

Stadion Miejski in Wroclaw

This year the Member of NATO, EU and UN and WTO will be the host country for the 2012 UEFA European Football Championship. Poland is the 8th most populous country in Europe and from June 8, you will see the final tournament hosted in both Poland as well as Ukraine until the 1st July. It is a first time for Poland. The winning team will enter the 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup in Brazil. During this time, Gdansk, Poznan, Warsaw and Wroclaw will become really popular amongst tourists. New stadiu... [ read more ]

The Bledow Desert in Poland

The Bledow Desert in Poland

There is an area of 32 square kilometers of sands in the Bledow Desert in Poland. It can also be found in the Klucze village. It is in the Silesian Highlands in the Silesian Voivodeship. Despite only 32 square kilometers, it is still the largest in Central Europe. All thanks to the melting glacier thousands of years ago. From the Middle Ages, 40 meters thick of sand layer, nowadays, there are even occurrence of mirages. Silesian Culture and Recreation Park In this large park of up to 620 h... [ read more ]

Extraordinary Eating Places in Poland

Extraordinary Eating Places in Poland

Abrams’ Tower in Wroclaw is one of such extraordinary medieval tower. Global music awaits you and if you have a special social occasion, its first floor has about 20 seating capaicity while the second floor is another 30. One good advantage is they planned in accordance to your budget and requirements, be it live music, parties, wedding events, business dinners, trainings, seminars or even bachelor parties. Abrams’ Tower can be reserved in advanced to suit your event needs. The pub calle... [ read more ]