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Most people adore Wrocław and it’s easy to understandr why. In many ways a more manageable version of Krakow, with all the cultural amenities and entertainment of larger cities, the capital of Lower Silesia has a character of its own.
With Bohemian, Austrian and Prussian influences, Wroclaw has a unique architectural and cultural identity, as seen in its market square. Wrocław’s site on the Odra River, with its islands, 130 bridges and riverside parks is a boon for fans of Gothic architecture.
But Wrocław is more than just a pretty face- it's the country’s fourth-largest city and the major industrial, commercial and educational hub in the region. Wroclaw is also a vibrant cultural center with several theatres, large festivals, buzzing nightlife and sizable student community.