Wroclaw on the Oder is a city of greenery and bridges, passing the prize in the ongoing struggle of European monarchs for power over Silesia. Wroclaw was founded in 1000 and since then has managed to visit many states, until after 1945 it was finally returned to Poland. The constant change of rulers was reflected in the appearance of the city. Today, tourists can observe a mixture of architectural styles of different eras on the streets.
The main attractions of Wroclaw are located on Tumsky Island, as well as around the Market Square and surrounding neighborhoods. The main tourist routes pass by medieval temples, palaces, museums, parks and gardens. Wroclaw is good in any weather, but it is especially beautiful in spring, when the first foliage appears on the trees.