Bolesławiec is a medieval town in Lower Silesian Voivodship, Poland. Bolesławiec is a major ceramic and art centre, so there are plenty of galleries and workshops to see and experience. Nearby, lies the historic Castle Kliczkow, now fully renovated and open to both day visitors and guests.
- 1 Bolesławiec railway station (Bolesławiec stacja kolejowa).
Bolesławiec lies just off the European route E40 (Polish and German A4) about 2 hours drive from either Dresden or Wrocław. It is also connected to Berlin via the E36 (Polish A18).
Castle Kliczkow dates back to 1297, today it houses over 200 beds, a spa and wellness center, a conference center and a park of over 80 hectares. The Castle plays host to events year-round and includes an unusual horse cemetery. Surrounding the castle is the stunning forest of Lower Silesia.
- Town hall.
- Town wall remains.
- 1 Museum of Ceramics (Muzeum Ceramiki w Bolesławcu), Mickiewicza 13.
- Borowski Glass Workshop where you can watch glass blowers creating beautiful and quirky colored glass animals, bowls and art.
- Wiza Artistic Ceramics[dead link] provides tours and demonstrations of their delicate pottery work. Here you can find works from the traditional blue and white Bolesławiec pottery to more modern pieces.