Wroclaw, sweetly nicknamed the "Venice of Poland" sits as a maze of islands and bridges perched upon the Odra river. Here, German architecture and Polish culture combine to create a wonderful city of art, history and great nightlife.
Amongst the vast waterways, medieval churches, and Gothic architecture, is a thriving business and cultural hub, including Bohemian bars and cafes and retro salons, which attract the coolest creative types, making Wroclaw an exciting place to explore, socialise and relax. There's something to delight all visitors.
Want to know more? You can download our curated Wrocław City Map or ask your PURO Host for more information or a printed version of our City Guide.