The Lower Silesia region, whose capital city is Wrocław, where our conference will take place, has some incredibly interesting attractions – both natural and anthropogenic. The long and rich history of settlements, which stimulates the imagination of seekers of old traces of human activity, as well as the diversity of landscape (from mountains to plains), make every visitor finally understand why our motto is “Mysterious Lower Silesia”.
In order to make it as easy as possible for you to visit the most important attractions of our region, we present a short list in which (we hope) everyone will find something for themselves.
- UNESCO sites
- Karkonosze National Park
- Stolowe Mountains National Park
- The Ślężański Landscape Park located near Wrocław with its towering nunatak – the Ślęża peak – and traces of settlement by Slavic tribes
- The Barycz Valley Landscape Park is the historical border between the Wielkopolska and Silesia regions. Over the centuries a very large complex of breeding ponds was created here, located in the area of natural floodplain of the Barycz River.
- Ząbkowice Śląskie – Anyone who would like to see where Frankenstein was born should definitely visit Ząbkowice Śląskie!
- Bear Cave – The cave in Kletno (the Śnieżnik Massif) with amazing karst formations
- Castle Książ – one of the biggest castles in Poland with a rich history and a beautiful landscape park
- Czocha Castle – located on the Leśniański Lake, it surprises with its mysteries and ingenuity of the previous owners
- Ostrów Tumski
- Hydropolis as the answer to all water-related questions
- Panorama of the Battle of Racławice
These are, of course, only a few of the attractions we think you should see. If you would like more information or are looking for something else, we would be happy to help.
If you have any questions, please contact the conference secretary: firstname.lastname@example.org