Wroclaw, in the southwestern Poland, is the capital of Lower Silesia. With a population of over 630,000, Wroclaw is the second largest financial center in Poland. Wroclaw is well known for its Main Squares, spot of a historical museum and Drapers`hall, which consists of a pub and restaurant, and the Pillory. This sandstone monument from the 1400's is where criminals were punished and couples now date. For the history buffs, the Anonymous Pedestrians are statues of 14 people that disappeared when martial law began here in 1981. You will want to check out their great restaurants such as Piwnica Swidnicka to sample original Polish cuisine. While dining, you need to tell the waiter how much change you want or you won't get any. If you merely give her money and say "thank you", you will not get change.
Everyone will love shopping at the Galeria Dominikañska Shopping Centre where there's something for everyone. You can't miss the Plac Zielinskiego, a daily flea market with everything at cheap prices. Meanwhile, the men will want to check out the Spiz Brewery.