Home to Hala Ludowa, or the Centennial Hall, one of the UNESCO World Heritage sites, Wroclaw offers an easy way to combine both culinary and cultural wonder so visitors can indulge in amazing food and architectural wonders at the same time.
A Japanese Garden filled with lush greenery also resides in the city.
Sometimes referred to as the Venice of Poland because of its numerous waterways, Wroclaw is uniquely situated on twelve islands interconnected by over one hundred bridges.
A multicultural metropolis rich in history and charm has caused many to consider the area to be one of Eastern Europe's most beautiful cities.
Ryanair flies from Bristol, East Midlands, Glasgow, Liverpool and Stansted, while Wizz Air flies from Doncaster/Sheffield and Luton.