A one day trip from Warsaw to Wroclaw will certainly ensure a whole plethora of attractions and pleasant experiences. This is an old, historical town, and when walking around you will like in a fairy tale. However, new buildings are also being embedded into the Wroclaw architecture, but the city has not lost its unique character.
It is worth to visit the Centennial Hall, which has been added into the UNESCO World Heritage List, as well as the zoo, since there is a famous and modern Africarium with aquariums, pools and tunnels full of animals. What is also very interesting in Wroclaw, that the city was taken by dwarfs, which became the symbol of the town. You can find them on the pavements, on the trees, lamps and in many more places.
When planning a one day trip from Warsaw to Wroclaw, you should also consider combining it with the visit at Ksiaz Castle, which is located in Wałbrzych. This is one of the largest castles in Poland and Europe. It was built on a steep rocky promontory at an altitude of 395 m above sea level and it is surrounded by deep wooded Basin. It was formerly called the „Pearl of Silesia” as well as „a fairy tale castle.” It is a unique mixture of different architecture styles. Built between 1288-1292 by the prince of Świdnica-Jawor Bolek, then the castle passed under the rule of Czech monarchs, and later on became the property of a knight. As a result of the Hussite wars in Silesia. Ksiaz was partly destroyed and became a hiding place for knights – robbers. The biggest changes were introduces by Konrad Ernst Maximilian von Hochberg, who transformed the medieval seat into a baroque residence.