Every weekend Wrocław is home to countless events from different genres, whether it be sport, art, culture, music or film.
Here's just a sample of a few things going on in Wrocław between Friday and Sunday:
The latest foodie gathering to hit the characteristic Browar Mieszczański courtyard is Gastro Miasto, a new fortnightly event held from Friday-Sunday. The first edition took place last week and appeared to go down well.
The organisers promise live music, craft beer, exhibitons, kids attractions and a changing lineup of chefs from acclaimed local restaurants.
It gets underway on Friday at 5pm and finishes on Sunday at 7pm.
The first gig on our list this month features two bands, the 'New Orleans Jazzy Street Band' and 'Swing My Boy'.
As you'd expect, the New Orleans Jazzy Street Band are primed to bring you sounds straight out of New Orleans. If that doesn't get you going, Swing My Boy will get the dancefloor flexing to their catchy swing and dance music.
Open-air cinema returned to Wyspa Słodowa last month and the programme has now moved to the site of the History Museum (previously a bus depot).
All films not already in Polish will be screened with Polish subtitles. Tonight's movie is La La Land.
The screenings start each night at 9.30pm. Please note that drinking alcohol or smoking on the site is not permitted. The screenings may also be cancelled if heavy rain or a storm is expected.
Wrocław Baseball fans finally have a team to cheer thanks to the creation of Barons Wrocław, who have a new field to play in.
On Saturday afternoon the Barons take on Centaury Warszawa and entrance is free.
This weekend sees an electro-fuelled lineup headed for outdoor venue Wyspa Tamka.
Live jazz music is set to be a part of public life in Wrocław in July thanks to the upcoming Vertigo Summer Jazz festival.
The 31-day festival will see numerous jazz bands and artists perform at a variety of disparate locations. Every Friday concerts will be held at Vertigo Jazz Club & Restaurant, however on every other day of the week live jazz will be playing out somewhere else in town.
On Mondays concerts are to take place in beach bars, while Tuesdays will see live jazz performed on various different means of transport – a boat, a tram, a train and even a bus. On Wednesdays and Thursdays the focus then moves to various indoor venues. Parks will be the scene of live jazz on Saturdays, followed by concerts on Daliowa Island every Sunday.
All of the outdoor concerts are free to attend, as are performances on the Vertigo Jazz tram, bus and train. Tickets for the indoor gigs and the jazz boat, which cost between 20 and 50zł, can be bought online here. Festival passes are also available for 159zł.
On Saturday night The Kooky Music label are organising a launch party in cooperation with local fashion store Fu-Ku .
During the day Paweł Chałupa, Stahou and Elsky will play a mix of "sunny house". Then in the evening underground house music takes precedence, with Clefomat, Cyd, Elsky, Fedotov, Ggan, Max Tolmachev and Schrill all on the bill.
Brazil take on Belgium in the World Cup quarter finals on Friday night and Felicita are organising a Brazilian party for the occasion.
Of course fans of Belgium are also welcome to see the game and take part in the party – regardless of who wins on the night.
Vinyl lovers have the chance to hunt for some gems at the weekly market held at Firlej on Grabiszynka street.
The market is only open for a couple of hours (between 1 and 3pm), so be sure to arrive on time to give yourself a chance to nose through what's available!