Of course, the most famous city in the Lower Silesia Province is Wrocław. It is visited by several million tourists every year and it seems that its popularity on the tourist map of Poland is still growing. Picturesquely situated on the Odra River, it attracts with numerous monuments, charming alleys of the Old Town and a rich cultural and entertainment offer. The attractions include the Panorama of the Battle of Racławice, the Centennial Hall, entered on the UNESCO list, the botanical garden and the zoo, which will especially appeal to children. It is also worth going on a boat trip on the Oder and in search of… gnomes! There are dozens of tiny sculptures all over the city depicting these cute little people absorbed in various activities. Maybe you will take care of finding all the dwarfs in Wrocław?
There are hundreds of castles and palaces scattered throughout the voivodeship. It is not without reason that Lower Silesia is called the Valley of Palaces and Gardens. If you want to travel back in time, it is worth following the route of castles and palaces, among which the Książ Castle, Bolków Castle, Chojnik Castle, Czocha Castle, Palace in Bagno, Palace in Bobrów, Castle in Karpniki, Royal Palace in Wrocław deserve special attention. , The Schaffgotsch Palace in Cieplice or the Topacz Castle.
It is worth mentioning the medicinal qualities of Lower Silesia. There are many beneficial springs in the voivodeship, which gave rise to numerous health resorts located in the following towns: Cieplice Śląskie-Zdrój, Czerniawa-Zdrój, Długopole-Zdrój, Duszniki-Zdrój, Jedlina-Zdrój, Kudowa-Zdrój, Lądek-Zdrój, Polanica- Zdrój, Przerzeczyn-Zdrój, Szczawno-Zdrój and Świeradów-Zdrój. It is worth going to at least one of them; the atmosphere of relaxation there and clean air have a positive effect on the well-being, thanks to which holidays in Lower Silesia will be even more successful!