With a population of 630,000 people, Wroclaw is the fourth largest city in Poland and the capital of its district in the west of the country, with a city centre full of national culture, local heritage and an abundance of tourist attractions. Consisting of old architecture, cultural landmarks, beautiful bridges and river islands, Wroclaw City Centre has a relaxing atmosphere and liberal culture, renowned for its high quality of life and reputation as a growing and significant European destination. Wroclaw was the European Capital of Culture in 2016, and its city centre reveals its interesting customs and traditions through a beautiful combination of attractions, landmarks and monuments.
The Old Town is the heart of Wroclaw City Centre and contains significant landmarks, including the market square, the central point of the city and one of the biggest in Europe, and the Town Hall, an iconic symbol of Wroclaw. Other landmarks include Salt Square, known for its flower market where visitors can soak up a local tradition, or simply relax in the many bars and cafes surrounding it, and the Royal Palace, a beautiful 18th Century building. As well as sightseeing, visitors can explore the city museums, like the National Museum in Wroclaw, which displays art and artefacts from the country’s history, explore the many old churches or climb the Sky Tower skyscraper for amazing city views from its observation floor. Visitors can attend various concerts, opera and theatre shows in Wroclaw city centre, or embrace nature at city parks like Slodowa Island, a park on the water connected to the old town by picturesque b