Wrocław is a capital of Lower Silesian province with over a thousand years history. It’s extensive heritage combines a great range of religions and cultures. Through the years, it has been a part of Kingdom of Poland, Kingdom of Bohemia, Kingdom of Hungary, Habsburg Monarchy, Prussia and Germany. Wrocław became a part of Poland in 1945, after the World War II.
- the second wealthiest city in Poland
- well-located near the borders of Germany and Czech Republic, lies on the 3rd Pan-European Transport Corridor (a road which links Brussels with Kiev), is linked to the Baltic Sea by the Odra river
- city with a student population of over 130 000, what makes Wrocław one of the most youthful cities in Poland