The Lower Silesian Voivodship covers the areas of southwestern Poland. The area combines beautiful mountain landscapes of the Sudetes with interesting monuments and numerous spas.
The capital of the region, Wrocław, is one of the most important and attractive Polish cities. There are wonderful historic churches, including the cathedral, a huge market square with a Gothic town hall, as well as the UNESCO Hall of the People, a picturesque Japanese garden, a zoo and a modern Hydropolis science center.
The most attractive in terms of landscape are the southern areas of the province. There are Karkonosze Mountains belonging to the Sudetes with the highest peak - Śnieżka, the Jizera Mountains, the Table Mountains with rock labyrinths with fanciful shapes and many others. The closest to Wrocław is Ślęża, on the slopes of which there are former cult sculptures.
Lower Silesia is also great monuments. There is the famous Valley of Palaces near Jelenia Góra, the monumental castles of Czocha and Książ are also nearby. In Świdnica and Jawor you can admire the wooden churches of peace entered on the UNESCO list, while in Karpacz moved from Norway the 12th century temple of Wang.
The Kłodzko Land and its surroundings tempt in turn with health resorts such as Polanica, Kudowa or Lądek Zdrój. There are also many military attractions, such as the Kłodzko and Srebrna Góra fortresses and the Riese complex in Germany. Underground attractions include the former gold mine in Złoty Stok, the Bear Cave and the former uranium mine in Kletno.