DMC Lower Silesia - Land of castles and palaces

Lower Silesia is situated in the south-western part of Poland and borders with Germany and Czechia. It’s the most urbanized region in Poland. Lower Silesian Voivodeship is one of the most visited voivodeships in Poland. It is famous for a large number of castles and palaces, inter alia: Książ Castle, Czocha Castle, Chojnik Castle, Grodziec Castle, Gorzanów Castle, Kliczków Castle.


Wroclaw City

Castles and palaces

Sudety mountains

Water activities

Green areas

International Airport



Lower Silesia is famous for its castles and palaces. Many of them have been adapted for hotels and conference centres. We will find there ideal conditions for relaxation. Luxurious rooms, saunas, swimming pools, golf courses and large parks - this is what tempts us hoteliers. Do not forget about the huge hotel base in Wroclaw and Szklarska Poreba. 


Wroclaw hosting numerous international events and its magic works not only on tourists, but mostly on business professionals. Wrocław continually reaffirms its status of a City of  Meeting by wide range of venues. As a professional conference and event organizer in Poland we arrange meetings in unique places such as the former brewery brick complex (Browar Mieszczański), the former Dominican monastery, one of the Wroclaw landmark - Centennial Hall or one of the largest scientific libraries in Poland - The Ossolineum. 


Wroclaw restaurants are a perfect place for trying both traditional Polish cuisine and very interesting local specialties like: potato Silesian dumplings with beef roulade, Żurek Śląski - the Silesian fermented rye flour soup served in bread; pierogi (the most well-known Polish dish) – kind of dumplings with various filled and  bigos - stewed cabbage with meat. There is a plenty of restaurants in Wroclaw which use old recipies (sometimes only updating it a little) like Pod Fredrą, Pod Papugami or Pierogarnia Stary Młyn. 


Cultural life 

The must see attractions are the heart of the city - the Polish second largest Market Square with a beautiful Gothic Town Hall and Ostrow Tumski – the oldest part of Wrocław with St. John’s Cathedral Wrocław is also rich in 20th century architecture, especially Art Nouveau and Modernism. The impressive modernist Centennial Hall, which can celebrate its own century of existence in 2013, is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. 
One of the most popular attractions of Wroclaw is Panorama Racławicka. This enormous painting is 15 x 114 meters and was created in the 19th century. It shows the Battle for Raclawice.

Night life 

It's difficult to mention Wroclaw and not add anything about evening activities. Wroclaw’s nightlife gives countless possibilities. From theatre and philharmonic shows, wine bars, lively Irish pubs, themed shot bars to nightclubs offering the latest sounds. It caters to all taste from the young and trendy to a more mature clientele. 

Group activities 

Wrocław is also known as the “Polish Venice” due to a network of canals surrounding the city with over 120 little bridges connecting 12 different islands. It makes an opportunity to arrange some water attractions like boat cruise on the Odra river, kayaking or Stand Up Paddle. In summer, beach bars open on the banks, where you can try a beach volleyball or just hang out together with colourful cocktails.
The capital of Silesia offers everything what other modern cities: culinary workshops, tastings, big gala attractions, city games ect. It is also worth leaving the city center to see one of the surrounding castles or try off road.

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