Wroclaw accommodation – One of the largest cities in Poland with lots to discover
Considered to be one of western Poland's largest cities, Wroclaw, based in Poland's Silesian Region, is vast and vibrant. Upon leaving their Wroclaw accommodation, sightseers may take a cruise along the river Odra. They will find stunning views from the river, such as the St. John the Baptist cathedral. As well as the cathedral, sightseers can see the iconic St. Elizabeth church, which features a tall tower almost 90 metres high. Visitors to St. Elizabeth can see all of Wroclaw from the tower.
During the daytime, the surrounding areas around holiday apartments Wroclaw feature diverse opportunities for days out. The National Museum displays a collection of religious and contemporary art. There is also Wroclaw zoo for families. While the evening offers night clubs and bars. Festivals also take place in the city and the most well known festival in Wroclaw is the Good Beer festival. It is held in May and celebrates drink and food. Several breweries in the region will open stalls for attendees to enjoy samples from.
To see the history of Wroclaw, tourists can take the time to leave their Wroclaw accommodation and experience the atmosphere of Ostrow Tumski. Ostrow Tumski island is the oldest part of Wroclaw. It features 9th and 10th century buildings and religious sites. Alongside the interesting sights around holiday apartments Wroclaw, Wroclaw's dwarves are another fun way to explore the city. The dwarves are figurines in a variety of poses. There are over three hundred dwarves around Wroclaw, with maps to help visitors track all of them down.