Opened in 1857, Wroclaw Train Station is a beautiful piece of architecture that saw a large amount of investment in the 19th century before reverting from German to Polish rule. The city is served by both international and domestic services, with Deutsche Bahn operating a service to Dresden that provides easy links to destinations throughout western and central Europe. Those traveling from the UK can take the Eurostar from London St Pancras across to Paris or Brussels before continuining on to Poland. Wroclaw is well connected to the Polish cities of Poznan and Klodzko among others.
Wroclaw has a large and varied architectural style, largely because the city has, at different times in its history, been under the control of Austria, Germany, Prussia and modern day Poland. Examples of historic architecture include the Church of St. Giles from the early 13th century and the Wroclaw Old Town Hall. The central Market Square is fantastic to explore, with its ancient buildings, lively nightlife and array of restaurants and pubs.