Dolnoslaskie, Lower Silesia or the Silesian Lowland stretches for over 300 km along the shores of the Odra River in South West Poland. You can find the Sudeten Mountains with the Table Mountains in the south-west where the region touches the Czech border. You can wander the forests and hike the mountains if you wish to enjoy raw nature. Alternatively, you can visit Wroclaw. It is a personal choice. Try the region for a week, staying at least a weekend in Wroclaw. Look in EasyToBook.com for hotel suggestions.
Wroclaw, the capital city, is a major point for departures to the mountains. Wroclaw tourisms touts the natural beauty of the region. There are, however, many things to do in Wroclaw, itself. Wroclaw attractions include the Old Market Square with its city hall built between 1327 and 1504. You can tour the Museum of Archeology in the former Benardine Monastery and Church or wander the Botanical Gardens. Other Wroclaw sights comprise the Gothic Church of the Holy Cross and the National Museum. Shopping in Wroclaw is another way you can come to understand some basic concepts of Wroclaw culture.