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The Venice of Poland.

Many may know Wroclaw by its former German name, Breslau. Wroclaw certainly has had a complex past. It has gone under five different names, moved between four countries and was almost completely destroyed during World War II. Wroclaw has emerged from these hardships to create an identity with a colorful culture and plenty of atmosphere to match. Its exploding popularity comes as no surprise. The city is a collection of fascinating architecture and several Gothic churches. There are also 130 bridges crossing scenic waterways, and connecting 12 islands and a number of lush riverside parks.

Route for Wroclaw tour

The local government has shown an energetic desire to return Wroclaw to its pre-war heyday. An extensive program of restoration and regeneration has seen Wroclaw emerge as Poland's most exciting city. Wroclaw has a compact city center, so all of its highlights can easily be reached on foot. The city features the second largest medieval market square in Europe (only Krakow's is larger). Wroclaw's character is unmistakable. Think bright buildings buzzing with lively cafes and restaurants. Wroclaw has a lively cultural scene. The hotels range from low-key to world-class. A visit to Warsaw will be a highlight of your vacation in Poland.

Popular Tour Itineraries Featuring Wroclaw

Spend some time in Wroclaw on a tour that takes in other cities in Poland and neighboring countries. Our vacation packages including Wroclaw and other destinations throughout Poland and Europe hassle-free. We take care of getting you from place to place, accommodation, excursions and activities.

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What I love about Wroclaw


Team Leader for Central Europe & Baltic Region

I loved spending time in the historic center of Wroclaw. The whole aspect of the "Venice of the North" is also impressive, referring to the vast amount of bridges around.

Where to stay in Wroclaw

In Wroclaw, all of our accommodations are within the Old Town, and are thus surrounding by excellent places for wandering and dining. We've hand-picked the very best options, from cozy apartments to luxurious 5-star hotels. Once we start preparing your customized itinerary we will present our recommended options for you to select from.
Historical Boutique Hotel in Wroclaw
Historical Boutique Hotel
Beautifully remodeled, this hotel now has high-end amenities for all guests. A piece of history in Wroclaw, our favorite spot is the spacious rooftop terrace.
Historical Boutique Hotel in Wroclaw
Historical Boutique Hotel
Here you'll enjoy a traditional stay just off Wroclaw's main Market Square. Be sure to dine in the beautiful restaurant, where you'll also be served breakfast.
Central Boutique Suites in Wroclaw
Central Boutique Suites
Boutique rooms and apartments designed in an elegant style coupled with a family friendly atmosphere make this a great choice.

Things to do in Wroclaw

The best way to see Wroclaw's highlights is with one of our expert local guides. Their half day walking tour will provide you with an overview of the city and some off-the-beaten-track sights not found in guidebooks. Local life revolves around the central market square, and its main attractions are found on nearby streets. A visit to Wroclaw is not complete without seeing Church Island (Ostrow Tumski), and the Raclawice Panorama painting, but be sure to stick around in the evening to enjoy the atmosphere of the many bars, cafes, and restaurants surrounding the main market square.
Pearls of Lower Silesia Group Tour
Pearls of Lower Silesia Group Tour
Polish Mountains Group Tour
Polish Mountains Group Tour

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Frequently Asked Questions about travel to Wroclaw

How long should I stay in Wroclaw?
You won't be bored in Wroclaw, one of Europe's fastest growing cities. This "Polish Venice" is worth at least two nights, plus a third if you're interested in a day trip to one of the surrounding highlights.
How can I take out local currency in Wroclaw?
We recommend taking zlotys out at any of Wroclaw's many bank ATMs.
What are typical opening hours in Wroclaw?
Large shops and malls are usually open from 8 - 10 AM and close around 9 PM from Mondays to Saturdays. Some supermarkets open their doors at 7 AM. Many places have shorter opening hours on Saturdays. Shops are generally closed on Sundays. Popular Wroclaw's food market, Hala Targowa, is open Monday through Saturday from 8 AM to 6:30 PM. Museums and galleries are generally open Tuesday to Sunday from 10 AM to 5 PM, and are usually closed Mondays.
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