At the beginning of October, we hosted a journalist from the Finnish magazine Mondo Magazin in Wrocław. Due to the direct air connection with the capital of Finland, which will be possible from April 2024, we will host several study visits from this country in the near future. Finnair, one of the five longest operating airlines in the world, will fly from Wrocław. The capital of Lower Silesia is the fourth city in Poland from which we will fly to Helsinki-Vantaa airport, and from there on to Asia or America. The first flights will take off in April 2024, and the carrier has already started ticket sales.

The journalist spent three very active days in Wrocław, visiting the greatest attractions such as Ostrów Tumski, the University of Wrocław, the Panorama Racławicka, Hydropolis, the Centennial Hall, the Four Domes Pavilion, and Kolejkowo. Despite the autumn weather, we managed to organize a cruise on the Oder with the irreplaceable City Boats. The journalist visited the Odra Center during the cruise.

A cultural evening with live music was provided by Vertigo Jazz Club & Restaurant.

From the report of Mrs. Beata Wers, our guest’s former guide in Wrocław, we learned that we managed to present all the most important and beautiful places in Wrocław. The journalist was particularly delighted with the Centennial Hall and the Japanese Garden.

We are looking forward to the presentation of the prepared material in Mondo Magazine.