"The flower of Europe", "the pearl of cities", "the city of bridges and canals" - all these are the plural names of Wroclaw for its centuries-old history. The first time when Wroclaw was mentioned was in chronicles of the 10th century and since then the city belonged to the Poles, Czechs, Austrians, Hungarians and Germans. Each ruler brought to Wroclaw the culture and architecture of his land, gradually creating a unique image of the city. And the numerous bridges and canals of Wroclaw are a great place for romantic walks.
Great accomodation near market square, rooms with private bathroom and tv, helpful staff, free wifi, coffee and tea. I fully recommend it!