Wroclaw History - A Brief Retrospective
Wroclaw is a town with a more colourful and torrid history than most. Located at the crossroads of Central Europe it has found itself embroiled in…Read more »
Wroclaw University of Technology
Wroclaw University of Technology was founded in 1945, when Polish professors arrived in Breslau (now Wroclaw) from Lwow (now Lviv), following World…Read more »
Expats in Wroclaw
As opportunities continue to open up and expand in the centre of New Europe, an increasing number of foreigners have arrived in Wroclaw to seek fame…Read more »
Study in Wroclaw
Wroclaw is one of the leading academic centres of Poland with over 120,000 students enrolled in the city's thirteen major schools, the biggest being…Read more »
Wroclaw NonStop Festival
Has it really been a year since the good citizens of Silesia were treated to the delights of the Wroclaw NonStop 2007 festival? Indeed it has! And…Read more »
Wroclaw Festivals Glastonwhat?
Sometimes it seems that everyday is a holiday in Wroclaw, and never more so than when one of the city's many festivals is taking place - and the town…Read more »
Wroclaw Language Schools
It's hard to imagine that ten years ago anyone considering learning a foreign language would choose to learn Polish. After all Poland was a drab…Read more »
Wroclaw Zoo A Grrrreat Day Out!
The City Zoological Garden in Wroclaw was originally established in 1865, which makes it the oldest zoo in Poland (a slightly ironic boast, since in…Read more »
Christmas. A time of grey skies and interminable drizzle, of endless advertisements on TV featuring struggling actors in Santa outfits, and a…Read more »
Wroclaw University - 1702-2007
Wroclaw is one of Poland's leading academic centres, behind only Warsaw and Krakow, with over 130,000 students busily beavering away at twenty-two…Read more »
Odra the life and soul of Wroclaw!
To try and imagine Wroclaw without the Odra (or Oder to give the river its common German name) is tantamount to thinking of Giza without its pyramids.Read more »
The Old Town
Wroclaw's Old Town is not only it's historical centre but also today's social and cultural centre. Here you will find, not only the city's most…Read more »
The Cathedral Island
Here is where it all began! On the very site of Ostrow Tumski, sometime in the 9th Century, the first permanent settlers of Wroclaw, the Slavic…Read more »
Wroclaw Business Boom Boom Boom!
Wroclaw is a young and vibrant city that is keen to build on its status in Poland and Europe as a leading economic centre. Much of its success lies…Read more »
The Life Aquatic...
Whenever visiting a foreign city there are certain sights that one feels obliged to see. A sense of high-minded duty simply won't allow you to leave…Read more »
New Horizons in Wroclaw
Era Nowe Horyzonty (Era New Horizons) Film Festival began life in 2001 in Cieszyn in the West of Poland, with the ambitious mission statement of…Read more »
Your guide to Euro 2012 in Wroclaw
Welcome to Wrocław, to Euro 2012, and to our one-stop guide to the city and the tournament. On this page you will find all the information you…Read more »
What's on at the Wroclaw National Museum?
The grand National Museum in Wroclaw features three floors of art and artifacts with a variety of Silesian and Polish items on permanent display. The…Read more »
Along with the hundred and twenty bridges, Wroclaw's twelve or so islands are part of the equation which add up to the city's 'Venice of Poland'…Read more »