Although the nearby open-air bathing sites close in September, the beach bars along the Oder embankment are still open. There, you can enjoy refreshing drinks, chill-out with music, see live performances, and benefit from workshops and other attractions prepared by the bar staff.
Or would you prefer to swim or relax in an open-air jacuzzi? Or perhaps you wish to take part in a sauna ceremony? If so, visit the Aquapark in Wrocław (www.aquapark.wroc.pl). It is one of the largest swimming pool complexes in Europe and is famous for its tropical ambience and a plethora of attractions.
There are slides for adults and children, rafting slides, a river, waves and a pirate ship. You can also enjoy sauna sessions, relax in the salt water and bubble bath, use the sports pool and have lunch. The pools and saunas are located both inside and in open air. Aquapark also offers special events or fitness classes.
If you accidentally forget your swimming gear or just do not feel like swimming, we encourage you to take a dip in nature (www.zoo.wroclaw.pl). Our Wrocław Zoological Garden is one of the largest in Europe and a home to a great number of animal species. Some of them are quite unique. A stroll on the ZOO grounds can take many hours. Its winding alleys will lead you to many surprising discoveries: there are special shows, camel rides, animal feeding sessions, special pavilions dedicated to nocturnal animals, deep-sea animals, butterflies, great reptiles and more....
You can also stop for lunch or a snack, there is a playground and a space where you can pet farm animals and relax surrounded by nature. The ZOO's biggest attraction is the "Afrykarium", a complex including pools and aquariums inhabited by African and tropical zone animals and an underwater tunnel which allows visitors to come eye to eye with marine predators.
Before you book your accommodation for the ISBA conference, please consider if you can extend your stay in Wrocław to explore the local attractions and our city.
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