And i? I dont know...im in my early 20th and have no real connection to it.
At that age people usually do not feel much connection with the past. This definitely comes later on in life. If you wanted to set foot in Lower Silesia, I would recommend a visit to a major town which in this case would be Wrocław (Breslau).
At the age of 17, I decided to visit (East) Berlin which was my first self-reliant trip abroad (be it with a friend). I had no previous connection to Germany whatsoever, but was probably inspired by my stay on an international summer youth camp in a big forest/national park near Warsaw where I met two German peers who were there along with people from Poland, Slovakia and Bulgaria. They were nice guys from Berlin (Thomas und Eike) who later on even came back again to Warsaw for a visit. With them there was a DDR teacher who patiently explained to everyone who wanted to listen how East Germany was going first to level out with and then triumphantly surpass the high economic level of life enjoyed by West Germany. From today's point of view it may seem rather amusing, but at that time nobody could have guessed that DDR would one day be devoured by West Germany. Ha ha ha, what an incredible time it was!
Last year I decided to re-visit the German capital for the first time since then. And I have found the city incredibly different, so much different that it was not "my" Berlin at all, but some other city! But in general, I was feeling much more at home in what was once East Berlin than in former West Berlin where we were actually staying.