What may you find for kids?

Evening visit at “Afrykarium” what is included?

 

  • Entrance after closing time.
  • A tour with a guide.
  • Refreshment in Coffee Bistro (hot beverages and cakes)
  • Kids under 3 free entrance

 

Afrykarium was built to the newest technologies, never used in Poland before.

Tickets Individual

Normal: 40 PLN

Discounted: 30 PLN

Student: 35 PLN

http://www.zoo.wroclaw.pl/pl/afrykarium.html

Hydropolis exposition what would entertain you here?

  • Magical room with the ships on the ceiling.
  • Creativity wall. p.
  • Summer family workshop.

 

Normal: 27 PLN

Discounted: 18 PLN

Family: 72 PLN

2 adults + max. 2 children 2 adults + max. 2 children

Karta Dużej Rodziny: 72 PLN

The open day MPK national transportation in Poland in Wroclaw. It is a periodical and happens every year in September, it attracts kids, teens, and adults, you may find:

  • Presentation of the new supply train.
  • Tramp driving lessons.
  • Show “wesola podroz” for the youngest ones.
  • Exhibition show of uniformed services.

 

Jump Hall Park Trampoline  – Szybowcowa 31, 54-130 Wrocław

is the first trampoline park in Wrocław. On the area of over 1500 m2, we have prepared for you 6 different trampoline zones, attractions for children and a bar; and soon we will open the rooms for the parkour, street workout and dance on the head. All constructions are designed by professionals so that they are safe and for everyone. We have air conditioning, muse, Wi-Fi and qualified staff.

Price list on the spot:
one-time entry of 1 person: PLN 29 / hour
one-time entry for 2 hours: PLN 50
group ticket (from 10 persons): PLN 23 / hour
student / student ticket – PLN 23
upon presenting the student/student ID,
from Monday to Friday until 4 pm, on Thursdays all day
ticket for children – PLN 23
children up to 15 years of age, upon presentation of a document confirming their age,
from Monday to Friday until 4 pm, on Thursdays all day
family ticket (2 adults with a discount for children up to 13 years old)
adults 29 PLN / hour, children 23 PLN / hour

PASS : 8 entries / 2 months: PLN 160
PASSES FOR CLASSES: from PLN 120

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Why to develop your professional career in Wroclaw?

Let’s say that want to move abroad to build your career path. Take in consideration to develop your professional career in Wrocław.
In this article I will share with you some information regarding moving to Wrocław for working.

Nice to meet you Wrocław!
Let’s start with a short introduction.

Wroclaw Rynek View

Wrocław is the capital city of the Lower Silesia region in Poland. The population count is around 638.000 people and the territory covers 292.92 km2.
Called also the city of 100 bridges Wrocław is certainly one of the most beautiful cities of Poland.
By walking around the city you can enjoy the wonderful Gothic, Baroque and Art Nouveau architecture or the amazing party of colours in the main square (Rynek).
If would like to admire the colours of the architecture in Wrocław Book a tour for you and your friends

Cool atmosphere
The positive mood of the city.

Wroclaw Bridge View

The atmosphere in Wrocław is really interesting. Polish people are very kind and generally very positive – it might be the result of a huge amount of green places, the romantic atmosphere given by the rivers and the bridges (Discover more information about Bridges in Wrocław) and the big amount of art pieces that you can find around the city.

Monument People City Wrocław Poland Street
Monument People City Wrocław Poland Street

Above all, let’s not forget also about the good public transport service that gives you the possibility to reach all these awesome things.

Wroclaw Renoma Tram n. 20 view

The MPK (Public transport company) has available trams and busses and the services cover morning/night hours. As a result, the service is very efficient so you can easily move from one side of the city to another.

Amazing lifestyle
Feeling of freedom.

Holy Festival Wroclaw
Photo by Maciek Lulko

Living your daily life in Wrocław makes you discover many interesting events that the city offers to the people.
In 2016 Wrocław has been the European Capital of Culture with 100+ events (Art, Music, Film Shows, Sport, etc.) organized only in 2016.

Hala Stulecia

Wrocław can offer events for every taste and every age.
Besides a part the official events organized by the city, there is also a huge amount of social events organized through the social groups. Therefore you can take part in Language exchange meetings, Live drawings meetings, Yoga meetings and more.
Events in Wrocław link 1 Events in Wrocław link 2

General Business Information
Develop your professional career in Wrocław

Develop your professional career in Wrocław

Worclaw has 100+ BPO Centres with over 30.000 employees.
As a result you have a big number of job opportunities in fields as:
Administration, Financial, IT, Medical industry, logistic and more.
Which companies are in Wroclaw?

Benefits Companie Wroclaw

Most of the companies are offering also different benefits as health coverage, Multisport card, professional trainings, language courses, additional insurance, vouchers for cultural events and entertainment, meals and recognition vouchers(prize for good operativity).

 

Develop your professional career in Wroclaw

Develop your professional career in Wroclaw

Great Polish references

Throughout history there have been many people who have made history worldwide to excel in their work and lead an exemplary life.
Many of them are of Polish origin:

 

In Art:   Stanisław Wyspiański

Stanisław Wyspiański (January 15, 1869, Kraków – November 28, 1907, Kraków), was one of the most versatile and outstanding artists of his time, in Europe, as this painter, architect and cabinetmaker, was also a playwright Polish very influential.

 

Born in Krakow, Stanisław Wyspiański was the son of Franciszek Wyspiański and Maria Rogowska (who died of tuberculosis in 1876). His father was a sculptor without reputation, of bourgeois origin, with problems of alcoholism, and it is not known if he promoted the first steps of his son. Of course, Stanisław, when adopted by Joanna Stankiewiczowa and her husband, who had contacts with artists, was able to study painting, literature and history with important figures of Krakow’s life.

 

Sport: Robert Lewandowski

 

Born in Krakow, Stanisław Wyspiański was the son of Franciszek Wyspiański and Maria Rogowska (who died of tuberculosis in 1876). His father was a sculptor without reputation, of bourgeois origin, with problems of alcoholism, and it is not known if he promoted the first steps of his son. Of course, Stanisław, when adopted by Joanna Stankiewiczowa and her husband, who had contacts with artists, was able to study painting, literature and history with important figures of Krakow’s life.

After being the top scorer of the third and second division of Polish football with the Znicz Pruszków, he moved to the First Division Lech Poznań team, where he won the Ekstraklasa 2009-10 and was also the top scorer of the maximum Polish soccer category .

In 2010, he was transferred to the German Borussia Dortmund run by Jürgen Klopp for 4.5 million euros, where he won several titles including two consecutive Bundesliga. Before the start of the 2014-15 season, he signed for what had been a direct rival for Dortmund in recent seasons, Bayern Munich, with which he won the Bundesliga 2014-15 in his first season.

 

Music: Chopin

 

Frédéric Chopin was born in the village of Żelazowa Wola, in the voivodeship of Mazovia, 60 kilometers from Warsaw in central Poland, on a small estate owned by Count Skarbek, who was part of the Grand Duchy of Warsaw. He received the name of Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin.

He was a Polish composer and virtuous considered one of the most important in history and one of the greatest representatives of musical Romanticism. His perfect technique, his stylistic refinement and his harmonic elaboration have been compared historically, for his lasting influence in the music of later times, with those of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms or Franz Liszt.

 

in Religion: Juan Pablo II

John Paul II (in Latin: Ioannes Paulus II), 4 of secular name Karol Józef Wojtyła5 (Wadowice, Poland, May 18, 1920-Vatican City, April 2, 2005), was Pope 264 of the Church Catholic and sovereign of the Vatican City from October 16, 1978 until his death in 2005. He was canonized in 2014, during the pontificate of Francisco.

Having been auxiliary bishop (since 1958) and archbishop of Krakow (since 1962), he became the first Polish pope in history, and in the first non-Italian since 1523. His pontificate of almost 27 years was the third longest in the history of the Catholic Church, after that of St. Peter (it is believed that between 34 and 37 years, although its exact duration is difficult to determine) and that of Pius IX (31 years). John Paul II was hailed as one of the most influential leaders of the twentieth century, remembered especially for being one of the main symbols of anti-communism, 8 and for his fight against the expansion of Marxism in places like Latin America, where he fought energetically to the known movement as the theology of liberation, with the help of his right hand and ultimately his successor, Joseph Ratzinger.

 

 

 

 

 

Living as a student in Wroclaw

Sunset in Wroclaw

Living as a student in Wroclaw

Firstly, the aim of the video is showing how the student life is in Wroclaw and meanwhile making introduction film about Wroclaw in a most natural way. You can see how it would be living as a student in Wroclaw. As you can see the camera is the first person. It feels like you are the guy in the movie and seeing all the things through his eyes.

After he wakes up, he washes his face, makes a coffee wears clothes. But the important thing starts with these daily activities. He opens the door and boom; we see the Rynek, people are happy and riding a bicycle, then he goes to tram station and by that he introduces the transportation system in Wroclaw to us then we see the boat tour, some buildings and finally he walks into the school. We see the friendship, foods, people are helping him and stairs for blind people.

All these things emphasize that Wroclaw is a great city for living as a student. And, I think, it’s a very clever way to show it rather than regular introduction movie but it could be better if the video was more long.