The country of Poland boasts of Wroclaw, its fourth largest city, with a remarkable history that has left its marks in its vivacious and diverse culture. Wroclaw, after its resurgence became a culturally colourful city imbibing parts of Bohemian, Austrian and Prussian cultural influences. The burgeoning travel industry of Wroclaw is attracting tourists with its breath-taking attractions and sight-seeing spots. Lovers of architecture will be awe-struck by the brilliance of Wroclaw’sarchitecture that combines Baroque, Gothic and Art Nouveau architecture. You must visit the magnificent, Market Square at Old Town, the life of Wroclaw, which consists of beautiful churches, bridges, canals and wonderful grasslands. Apart from that, the Ostrow Tumski, a Cathedral Island is a major tourist attraction, having religious significance. The Centennial Hall is a popular attraction you cannot afford to miss, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, this spectacular architectural site surrounded by splendid Japanese gardens and a local zoo will mesmerise you. This charming yet sassy city is also a wonderful cultural centre with many theatres, groovy music festivals and raucous nightlife. The Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town Hotel in Wroclaw is a blend of luxurious accommodation, great location, trained concierges, good food and all the 5 star facilities needed for your stay. Another, good option is the PURO hotel in Wroclaw, a classy hotel equipped with modern amenities, helpful and friendly staff, top-notch rooms and much more!