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Ząbkowice Śląskie is located in the southern part of Lower Silesia Province, in Ząbkowice County, of which it is the capital. The district, with a population of about 65,000, also includes the towns of Bardo, Ziębice and Zloty Stok.

The population of Ząbkowice Śląskie is currently around 15,000.

Ząbkowice Śląskie is one of the oldest towns in Lower Silesia. It lies at the crossroads of two historical trade routes: from Wroclaw to Prague and from Katowice (via Kędzierzyn Koźle, Nysa Przedgórze Sudeckie, Świdnica, Jawor, Legnica) to Berlin.

Statistic data

Ząbkowice Poviat:

  • population: 65 000
  • area: 802 km2
  • unemployment rate: 11,2%
  • urbanization rate: 29%

Ząbkowice Śląskie Commune:

  • population: 22 058
  • area: 146,88 km2
  • unemployment rate: 10,3%

Ząbkowice Śląskie- the city:

  • population: 15 219
  • area: 13,76 km2
  • unemployment rate: 15,67%

Schools and Universities

Ząbkowice Poviat-2 high schools, 2technical schools, 4 trade schools

KłodzkoPoviat-2 high schools, 5 technical schools, 4 trade schools e.g. IT technical school

DzierżoniówPoviat-3 highschools, 4technicalschools, 3 tradeschools

Lower Silesia-33 Universities and Colleges


Wroclaw is the third largest city in Poland. With a population of approximately 639,000, the Wroclaw metropolitan area is a thriving economic and technological center with a rich cultural offering. This vibrant city is constantly evolving, making it an ideal place to work and live.
Wroclaw represents a mix of cultures and nationalities – 1 in 10 residents is an expatriate. The city is home to more than 80,000 foreign students and workers from 120 countries.

Wroclaw on the world market

For years, Wrocław has been appreciated and distinguished in world rankings of cities as for its friendly approach to business

1st place in the Business Environment Assessment Study 2021, Antal – among the 8 largest cities in Poland, Wrocław is the most attractive place for business. The highest rated aspects are quality of life, educational and business potential.

3rd place in the European Cities & Regions of the Future 2022/23 ranking conducted by the fDi Intelligence magazine – Wrocław in its category of medium-sized cities is in the TOP 10 among 356 European countries. The highest ratings in the capital of Lower Silesia are business-friendliness, economic potential, human capital and lifestyle.

15th place in the Global Cities of the Future Financial Times 2021/22 ranking by fDi Intelligence magazine – TOP 20 cities of the future for direct investment.

Wrocław – Heart of the Region

Wrocław is one of the most advantageously located city in Poland, located in the center of Europe – 60 km from Ząbkowice Śląskie, between Prague, Warsaw and Berlin, each reachable by car in less than 4 hours. Due to to the excellent infrastructure – modern highways, a constantly developing airport and expanded railway network – the city is perfectly connected with the entire continent. The airport in Wrocław offers more than 80 destinations, there are daily flights to 6 transfer hubs from which you can get to any place on Earth.

The vicinity of border crossings as well as modern and extensive road infrastructure and public transport are important factors attracting residents and investors.