Wroclaw is the capital of Lower Silesia and one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Europe. It is situated at the foot of the Sudety mountains, on the River Odra, and thanks to its numerous tributaries and canals is called “the city of twelve islands and a hundred and twelve bridges” or “Polish Venice”. The city walls bear witness to its rich and stormy history and the old and modern architecture is blended well into the lush greenery.
The Ksiaz Castle is the third largest castle in Poland, located on a majestic rock cliff by the side of the Pelcznica River. Beautifully surrounded by the forest within a 315500 actre nature reserve, at the height of 395m above sea level, castle is often called ‘the Pearl of Lower Silesia’.