Located in south-western Poland and being one of the host cities for the 2012 European Football Championship, Wroclaw is slowly but surely becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Poland – with its modern airport and good road and train connections from Berlin and Prague it is turning into a local hub for tourists from all over Europe.
With a population of over 600,000 people, Wroclaw is the fourth largest Polish city after Warsaw, Krakow and Lodz. With its historical old town and beautiful canals and marinas, it is a truly magical place to visit. Whether you are visiting for the European Championship or just planning a romantic weekend trip, make sure to check our great range of accommodation in this wonderful city.
Travel journalists Luise and Karolin, who discovered Wroclaw as part of our 9trips with Radio FluxFM stayed at a cosy Studio on Old Market Square (pictured below), which is conveniently located near one of the marinas.
For more information about the trip as well as local tips from their host Macziek watch our little video clip: