Living in Wroclaw
Wrocław is a dynamic, cosmopolitan city, the capital of the province of Lower Silesia and Poland’s fourth largest city. The city is situated between Prague, Warsaw and Berlin, and boasts a developed transportation infrastructure that connects the city with the rest of Europe. Situated in the broad valley of the Oder River, Wroclaw is frequently called the Venice of the North because of its 120 bridges and crossings.
Increased demand from the growing pool of young professionals settling here has led to the proliferation of restaurants, pubs and clubs, theatres and cinemas, as well as trendy art galleries which truly contribute to the city’s leisure base. Alongside these, the city offers a fantastic array of sporting facilities, historical sites and unspoiled natural surroundings. This means that your weekends could be spent exploring rugged mountains, visiting castles and monasteries, or relaxing in exclusive spas and health resorts.
Here’s what two Mondelēz International engineers, Anne-Fleur Bourdeau and Meltem Sisli, have to say about living in Wrocław.