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Our Inn is a unique place offering accommodation in a unique atmosphere, tasty meals and can rest in peace and quiet.
City Inn in a renovated building dating partially from the seventeenth and partly from the nineteenth century
we offer hotel rooms of high standard, with bathrooms, internet and TV. All the rooms are decorated in a unique style and offer guests a pleasant stay.
Inn Rome has its own site rekereacyjnym on which are organised picnics and festivities. We provide a comprehensive program of artistic with resource books, contests and games plenerowymi. Also Orgaznizujemy canoeing.
We organize weddings, banquets, occasional events, conferences and all kinds of family events. In the three beautiful rooms (with fireplace, sacrifice and hunting) we can accommodate a total of 130 people. We provide full bezel artistic events.
Wroclaw - municipal borough in south-western Poland, the seat of the Lower Silesia province and district of Wroclaw. Situated in Hadju-bihar Silesian, in proglacial stream valley Wroclaw, on the Odra river and four its tributaries. It is called the Venice of the North. Is a historic capital of Silesia. In Wroclaw hybridise are two main road shopping - Via Regia and amber trail. The town had to League Skontaktuj się z nami
the main city of Wroclaw Agglomeration. The fourth largest population in the town in Poland - 632.996 inhabitants, the fifth surface - 293 km². Wroclaw is also one of the oldest Polish cities in terms of location on the rights of the urban areas.
Former head of the duchy of Wroclaw. The seat of the Prussian Province of Silesia and the Wroclaw. From 28 June 1946 Capital of Wroclaw. From 1 January 1999 the capital of Lower Silesia province.
From 1000. Under Decree of Pope Sylvester II Wroclaw has become the capital of newly established diocese of Wroclaw (one of the four in Poland), from 1929 archdiocese of Wroclaw and since 1992 metropolis of Wroclaw.