Wroclaw has all the assets of a tourist destination - great location, a mild climate, marvelous historic sites and hospitable residents.

It lies in the middle of the Silesian Lowland, where the Oder River branches out to form 12 islands of varying size.

Summers here are sunny, but not extremely hot, and winters are not very cold - the average temperature in the hottest month, July, is 17.8°C, and the coldest month, January, is -1.9°C. The most rainy days are in November, and the fewest are in September.