Capital of Lower Silesia
Wrocław is a vibrant city, most willingly selected as the meeting place by culture, science and business representatives as well as students and tourists, visiting the capital of Lower Silesia in large numbers every year. Wrocław is increasingly often chosen as the meeting place also owing to the steadily expanding hotel accommodation and conference and entertainment facilities. Undoubtedly, the convenient location of Wrocław is conducive to it as well as the well-developed infrastructure, which ensure that the capital of the Lower Silesian Province has efficient and fast transport links not only with other cities in Poland, but also with large urban agglomerations abroad. Travellers may choose between convenient airline or rail connections or directly accessible motorways.
The Centennial Hall
The second edition of Międzynarodowe Targi Paliwowe – Stacja i Biznes Przyszłości will be held, like the first one, in Wrocław – a remarkable place. The event will be organised in the architectural pearl of the Lower Silesia Capital – Hala Stulecia – a historic building popular among the city inhabitants and tourists, listed by the UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 2006. The unique architecture combined with the attractive surroundings, including Pergola, the steel Spire, the Four Domes Pavilion, the Japanese Garden, Wrocław Congress Center and the greenery of the Szczytnicki Park enveloping the whole complex, provide the unique setting for such industry events as the Fair.