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Karkonosze National Park: Located on the Polish-Czech border, the Karkonosze National Park is approximately 130 kilometres from Wroclaw. Once known as the Giant Mountains, the Karkonosze Mountains are the largest range in the Sudetes — and are registered on UNESCO’s list of World Biosphere Reserves due to the magnificent rock formations, postglacial cirques, lakes and rare plant and animal species found here.
Lodz: Situated just over a two-hour drive from Wroclaw is Poland’s third largest city. Up-and-coming Lodz may be less visited by tourists than other Polish cities such as Krakow, Warsaw or Gdańsk, but this often-overlooked city is still well-worth seeing. A city of culture, there are many excellent theatres (such as the Teatr Wielik, which is the main venue in Lodz for ballet and entertainment) as well as a wide range of art galleries and fascinating museums.
Oleśnica Castle: One of the largest and best preserved castles in the Lower Silesia, Oleśnica Castle is approximately 30 kilometres from Wroclaw. Constructed between 1542 and 1561, replacing a gothic fortress from the thirteenth century, the castle has been rebuilt several times throughout the following centuries. Other valuable monuments in Oleśnica are the Pentecostal Church (which in the middle ages served as a synagogue), a Baroque Trinity Church and St. John the Evangelist Minor Basilica — which is one of the oldest churches in Silesia.