Wrocław is a beautiful city in south-western Poland with bewildering history. After the II World War Germany lost Festung Breslau and it became again a part of Polish territory. Totally ruined, deprived of identity of their architecture and old habitants, it was a Tabula rasa for new comers: their new home and their new reality. So many years after that Wrocław is one the most interesting metropolis in Poland. Although it’s not a huge city, it’s favourite destination for both Polish and international students for great variety of different academic opportunities Wrocław offers, as well as because of their rich night life 😉 Here you can also see famous Panorama Racławicka, stunning Museum of Water. You can go to the concert to National Forum of Music or Centenary Hall . During summer you can also visit fantastic multimedia Fountain in the oldest park of the city, visit the Zoo and Afrykarium and many more. What you can be sure of, you will never get bored in Wrocław!