But stunning architecture is not the only thing that makes Wroclaw attractive for tourists. The city is drowning in the great amount of beautiful parks and gardens. Walking in the central part of the city you have to visit the Szczytnicki Park, and enjoy over 370 species of trees and shrubs and a Japanese garden. The Botanical Garden with its marvelous flowers and gardens, and the Zoological Garden, founded in 1865 are also great places to visit to communicate with the nature.
The city of Wroclaw is a cultural centre, famous for its theatres, including the Opera, Musical Theatre and Philharmonic Hall. Cultural life of the city is rich with different events, provided by numerous various clubs, museums and galleries. Wroclaw is a home city for international musical festivals.
Wratslavia cantans is the biggest and most famous of them. Other festivals which take place in Wroclaw include Jazz on the Odra, Old Master's Music Days, One-Actor Theater Performances and Festival of Actor Songs.
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