Welcome to Wroclaw City Breaks - the best website for anyone interested in visiting this lovely town located in south-western Poland.
Wroclaw is becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Poland - with the modern airport and good road and train connections from Berlin and Prague it is turning into a local hub for tourists from all over Europe.
With a population of over 600,000 people, Wroclaw is the fourth largest Polish city after Warsaw, Krakow and Lodz. In recent years it has managed to attract large businesses such as Siemens and LG Electronics. It is also becoming one of the fastest growing financial centres in Poland, with banks such as Lucas Bank, Getin Bank and EFL.
Wroclaw is also renowned for its long and colourful history. Over the last thousand years, it has been a part of Czech Republic, Germany, Austria and Poland. Traces of various cultures are mixed up in the architecture of its buildings to create one of the most interesting cities in Poland, where past and present interweave with each other on every street.
There are so many interesting things to do and see in Wroclaw that one weekend is surely not enough. Certainly not enough if you are a fan of nightlife - Wroclaw has hundreds of clubs and pubs, where you can meet interesting people and have the time of your life.