Since Wronki is situated on the edge of the Notecka Primaeval Forest, the area outside Wronki’s centre is green and silent. There are hills and pine forests north of the town, as well as several lakes in the area.
Wronki is a town situated in the Greater Poland Province, known for the Amica Wronki Football Club that recently merged with the Lech Poznan team. Wronki is also home to the largest Polish prison, constructed in the late 19th Century and designed after the most modern American jails of those times. The number of hotels in Wronki isn’t large, but sufficient to cover the needs of the city’s visitors. Hotels in Wronki are also a good option for travellers who want to stop on their way to Poznan or plan to explore the Greater Poland Province or the Puszcza Notecka Primaeval Forest.