The Centennial Hall Complex is a historical meeting place in the center of Wrocław inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Centennial Hall may accommodate up to 10 000 visitors.
The complex also comprises:
- Wrocław Congress Center
- Multimedia Fountain - one of the most spectacular in Europe
The Wrocław Congress Center hosts events for various sizes of audiences, ranging from several dozen of participants to 3 000 and includes:
- Auditorium for 990 pax.
- Multi-purpose room for 1000 pax.
- A-D Conference Rooms for 200 pax.
- A-D Meeting Rooms for 20 pax.
- Spacious Foyer
- Viewing Terrace
Due to its modern infrastructure and excellent location, the Wrocław University of Technology Congress Center is a worthy venue to organize conferences, scientific symposia and trainings. The main amphitheater - style Congress Hall is a large, fully multimedia - fitted meeting space measuring more than 700 m2, which makes it the largest facility of its kind in Wrocław. The hall can be sub-divided into two rooms for 300 and 320 participants. For smaller-scale conferences or parallel sessions, the second room can be then divided into two rooms for 160 participants each.
An exhibition area outside the Congress Hall also provides additional space often used for catering. The exhibition space covers approximately 420 m2. The Wrocław University of Technology Congress Center includes another seven rooms in neighboring buildings.
Located in the centre of the city (a few minutes on foot to Rynek) Cuprum Novum building offers three conference rooms equipped with modern audio-visual system with an interactive electronic board and the possibility of video conference and recording during a meeting.
The rooms' layout allows to arrange the rooms to meet the needs of our clients organizing conferences, seminars, trainings, workshops, presentations and business meetings.
The neighborhood of Wroclaw's beautiful Old Town can be an additional attraction for the participants from outside of the Lower Silesia capital. Vicinity of one of the biggest communication junction in the city ensures convenient access.
Orbita is one of the most modern sports and show halls in Europe. Orbita consists of two halls that can jointly host an audience of up to five thousand people.
Orbita has already hosted many international tournaments and competitions in varied sports disciplines, concerts and artistic entertainment, performances, fairs, expositions, congresses and symposiums. Orbita is entirely air-conditioned, heated and ventilated with adequate technical subsidiaries and communication network.
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DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wroclaw
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Impressive 13th-century town hall and bordered by a rainbow of beautifully renovated historical buildings.
Salt Square (Plac Solny), renowned for 24h traditional flower stalls.
Swidnicka Street - for centuries this was the most important street in Wroclaw often used by merchants travelling along the Amber Road from southern Europe towards the Baltic Sea.
Catedral Island (Ostrow Tumski)
the city of Wroclaw was born there. The first permanent settlers of Wroclaw, the Slavic Slezan tribe, built their stronghold. To get there from the University walk across Sand Bridge to Sand Island and the Tumski Bridge. This bridge has become the magnet for couples who leave padlocks chained to the ironwork in the hope that somehow it will keep them together forever. Whether it works or not we don't know but the padlock sellers nearby seem to be happy with the arrangement.
You wouldn't have been in Wroclaw very long before you find yourself tripping over one of the small bronze gnomes that are dotted around everywhere. There's so many of them that nobody really knows how many there are. The latest estimates show around 180 of them.
Although they have long held a place in Polish folklore it was the political events of the 1980s that escalated their importance. During communism any subversive slogans were quickly painted over by the authorities. In return, this was painted over again, this time with pictures of gnomes by protesters belonging to the 'Alternative Orange' movement. People began to dress up as gnomes at marches and gatherings and subsequently the gnome became a symbol of Wroclaw - and has been ever since.
- the third largest castle in Poland
- located on a majestic rock cliff by the side of the Pelcznica River at the height of 395m above sea level
- beautifully surrounded by the forest within nature reserve often called ‘the Pearl of Lower Silesia’
The history of this castle is very interesting and connected with a colourful life of Daisy, Princess of Pless who was married to one of Imperial Germany's wealthiest princes. That’s the journey through the life of a woman who was beautiful, intelligent, idealistic and creative in pursuing her humanitarian and political goals.
The Ceramics Festival in Boleslawiec is an interactive artistic event aimed at promoting pottery handcraft skills and the region of Boleslawiec. There are made the most popular and the most beautiful ceramics objects in Poland.
During the festival visitors are able to paint clay objects, see the process of how pottery artifacts are manufactured in the local pottery shops, participate in happenings organized by sculpturing artist from all over the world and finally to buy original pieces of art and everyday household objects made of clay.
Lower Silesia can also boast with good climate conditions, especially around Wrocław and Zielona Góra, where vineyards were founded long time ago. Nature is generous here. If we compare the length of growing season and small fluctuations of temperature, Lower Silesia has similar climate as Burgundy, so this region is perfect place for classic grape varieties such as Chardonnay, Riesling and Pinot Noir. Unfortunately, the Polish law is not conducive for winemakers. But the passion and determination of Polish winemakers is admirable therefore it’s worth seeing their achievements in this field.
Ossolineum Library is an important national research center and historic archive. The Ossolineum's impressive collections include an original copy of Adam Mickiewicz's epic 'Pan Tadeusz'. The library offers rooms for rent in two buildings. The Aula, three Halls Under the Dome, the Refectory and the Lobby are halls available in the main building of library on 37 Szewska Street. A conference room is available in the building on 17 Nankiera Street. Two courtyards are also available: the Inner Courtyard is accessible only during the library's opening hours; the Outer Courtyard is open to the general public.