The streets of Wroclaw's old town are a colourful mosaic of architectural styles, with the magnificent market square as its crown jewel. A lively multicultural centre, the city is home to a thriving student community and acts as the cultural, gastronomical and commercial hub of the region, hosting a number of musical and theatrical events, a wide array of restaurants and bars and eclectic shopping. Wroclaw was named European Capital of Culture and World Book Capital in 2016.

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Church of St. Elizabeth

The Church of St. Elizabeth dates back to the 14th century and is one of the oldest churches in Wroclaw. It is located in the Old Town and it is hard to miss, being the tallest building in the area. To reach this the top you will need to climb the 300 steps, but it will be well worth it since it offers a panoramic view of the entire city.

ul. Grabiszyńska 103, Wroclaw
Opera Wroclaw

Take a step back in time to a more elegant age and visit this breathtakingly beautiful old Opera house. Any fan of opera or musical theatre will find great shows to enjoy. On the programme you will also find ballets and other performances.

35 Swidnicka St, Wroclaw
Pod Fredra

Traditional Polish cuisine is a feast for the eyes as well as the palate and a must when you visit Wroclaw. Pod Fredra is the perfect place to experience Polish cuisine with a top notch menu. The interior design is folk inspired and makes you feel at home.

Rynek - Ratusz 1, Wroclaw

This venue is half restaurant, half dance club, with a modern Mediterranean menu containing pizza and pasta as well as main courses with fish and meat.

ul. Sw. Mikolaja 8-11, Wroclaw
Wroclaw Fashion Outlet

In Wrocław Fashion Outlet you will discover over 90 fashion and lifestyle brands offering their previous season's collection 30 to 70% off, all year round. And it’s only 5 minutes from the airport!

ul. Graniczna 2, Wrocław
Wrocław Market Hall

The residents of Wroclaw are generally quite health-conscious and like to shop for fresh vegetables, fruit and meat in covered markets, such as the beautiful and impressive one at Hala Targowa, a grand market hall showcasing some the best local products.

Ul. Piaskowa 17, Wroclaw

Wrocław–Copernicus Airport

Wrocław–Copernicus Airport (WRO) is situated around 10 kilometres from the city centre, in the south-western part of Wroclaw. Getting to and from the airport is easy. The number 106 bus takes visitors straight into the city centre, and the service is frequent, about every 20 minutes. For outbound visitors, buses depart for the airport from the bus stop in Dworcowa Street, near the main railway station. The journey time is about 30 minutes. Alternatively, there are taxis waiting outside the terminal which can take you to the city in about 20 minutes.

ul. Graniczna 190 Wrocław Strachowice, Wroclaw

Public Transport

Wroclaw can easily be navigated on foot or bike, but the city also has an astonishing number of trams and buses that run throughout the city on a frequent basis, with their destinations clearly displayed. Trams do not, however, run during the night, although buses run 24 hours. Timetables are displayed on all tram and bus stops. Tickets (single ride or season tickets) can be bought from vending machines or directly on the buses and trams (card only) and must be validated after boarding.