Wroclaw is the capital of Lower Silsea, a popular destination due to its entertainment and cultural attributes that have absorbed Prussian, Bohemian, and Austrian influences, making it a unique cultural and architectural city. This cathedral island resides on the Odra River, featuring 12 islands, riverside parks, and over 100 bridges. As Poland’s fourth biggest city, it boasts a wealth of large festivals, various theatres, Gothic architecture, and a lively nightlife. Rynek and Ostrow Tumski neighborhoods are must-see historic neighborhoods that feature exquisite architecture, beautiful museums, and monuments. Hydropolis, the center of water knowledge, Centennial Hall, a 20th century architectural gem, and Afrykarium, a themed oceanarium, are among its best highlights.