- Wroclaw - Local Life | Your free travel guide to Wroclaw . . .
Wroclaw Poland, the capital of Lower Silesia, is rapidly catching the attention of tourists and businessmen alike Its perch upon the Odra river and the veritable maze of islands and bridges that make up the city have gained it the title of the "Venice of Poland" But the similarities between these two cities aren't limited to geography
- Current Local Time in Wroclaw, Poland - Time and Date
Current local time in Poland – Wroclaw Get Wroclaw's weather and area codes, time zone and DST Explore Wroclaw's sunrise and sunset, moonrise and moonset
- The Official Travel Guide in Wrocław - VisitWroclaw. eu
VisitWroclaw eu – is Wrocław’s official tourist portal Check interesting routes, places, events, monuments offered by Wrocław – The meeting place
- Wrocław - Wikipedia
In ancient times at or near Wrocław was a place called Budorigum It has been mapped to the ancient Claudius Ptolemy map of the years 142–147 AD The city of Wrocław originated at the intersection of two trade routes, the Via Regia and the Amber Road Settlements in the area existed from the 6th century onward, during the migration period A Slavic tribe Ślężans settled on the Oder and
- Hotel Mercure Wroclaw Centrum - AccorHotels. com
Hotel Mercure Wroclaw Centrum Mid-scale hotel for business trips or leisure Mercure Wroclaw Centrum is located in a tourism, commercial and business center of the city, just a few minutes from the bus and train station and 6 8 miles (11 km) from the airport
- Is This the Prettiest Polish Town? Why You Should Visit . . .
While the cities of Kraków and Warsaw are the biggest tourist destinations of Poland, there is another city that should be on your radar: Wrocław (pronounced vrots-wahf) Despite the fact that Wrocław is the largest city in western Poland, its unique charm, magnificent architecture and vibrant colours make it one of Poland’s prettiest destinations
- BBC - Travel - Arts Architecture
The tradition of tavillonnage, or wood-shingled roofs, can only be found across the landscape of French-speaking Fribourg and Vaud, two of Switzerland’s western cantons