Wroclaw (Breslau) is the fourth largest city in Poland and is located in southwestern Poland, on the banks of the Oder River. The city is close to Polish ski sites as well as to Dresden and Berlin in Germany.
Wroclaw is an industrial, transportation, communications, education and arts center. The city prides itself on its numerous universities, museums and theatres, and its botanical gardens and zoo.
Charter flights to Wroclaw (the Nicholas Copernicus Airport) are opereted once a week (Friday) in the winter months.
Currency: Polish Zlotys (PLN)
Electric current: 220V
Telephone code: Poland 48
Holidays and festivals:
January 1 – Civil New Year
March-April – Easter holiday
May 1 – Labor Day
May 3 – Polish Constitution day
May or June – Corpus Christi
August 15 – Saint Mary's day
November 1 – All Saints' Day
November 11 – Polish Independence Day
December 25 – Christmas
Wroclaw offers a variety of modes of public transportation, such as buses, tramcars and taxis.
* The flights will be operated by El Al for its charter brand Sund'or.