Lower Silesia Incoming Poland / English

Wroclaw is one of the most attractive tourist cities in Poland. The city is getting more and more popular amongst Polish and foreign tourists. Register of monuments of Wroclaw has more than 200 objects. The most valuable are: Centennial Hall inscribed on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site in 2006, the Town Hall belongs to the most impressive secular Gothic buildings in Europe, the Baroque main building of University with gorgeous Aula Leopoldina and sacral buildings of Cathedral Island - the oldest part of the city.


Lower Silesia - the land known as one of the most beautiful and one of the most attractive regions in Poland and Europe. The phenomenon of Lower Silesia is a confluence of cultures and traditions of many nations over the centuries. The region covers the Silesian Lowland and Sudeten Foreland. The region attracts by beauty of nature and beautiful, centuries-old monuments.


In Lower Silesia you can also find: castles and palaces trails, Cistercian Trail, disappearing jobs trail, underground tourist routes, fish ponds in the vicinity of Milicz, national parks, nature reserves, UNESCO listed Churches of Peace in Jawor and Swidnica), the largest number of spas in Poland, numerous skiing trails.