Wrocław is the third most visited city in Poland. There is a reason - millions of tourists from Poland and abroad are tempted by the numerous monuments and a selection of cultural events. A wide range of attractions is especially appreciated by families with children and groups of friends who flock to the capital of Lower Silesia. Discover its charms thanks to the convenient location of the StudioInn aparthotel.
The Town Hall in the middle of the Market Square is one of the best preserved historic town halls in Poland.
The originator of the monumental image was Jan Styka, who created it together with Wojciech Kossak.
The oldest part of Wrocław with the historic cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Archdiocesan Museum and Lovers' Bridge.
The largest zoo in Poland and the third biggest in the world. Over 14,000 animals representing as many as 1,100 species live in it.
Wroclaw center of knowledge about water and its importance for mankind. The interactive exhibition covers nearly 4,000 m2.
One of the most valuable examples of 20th century modernism architecture Symbol of the city, designed by German architect and urban planner.