Trendy Srodmiescie awaits: its monuments, island views, parks, and more!
Island views, a scenic riverfront, and top sights from Wroclaw Cathedral to Wroclaw Zoo—discover it all in Srodmiescie.
Historic sites, art galleries, and museums are just a few things travelers enjoy about Wroclaw Old Town. Check out Rynek or Wroclaw Town Hall while you're exploring the area.
Wroclaw City Center is known for its charming coffeehouses, and you can make a stop by Rynek and Raclawice Panorama while in the area.
Museums, art galleries, and historic sites highlight some of the noteworthy features of Stare Miasto. Make a stop by Rynek or Raclawice Panorama while you're exploring the neighborhood.
Reviewed on Oct 1, 2019
Reviewed on Aug 10, 2019
One of Wroclaw’s most iconic landmarks is a beautiful Gothic structure, and Poland's first brick building, that defines the skyline of Cathedral Island.
Travel all over the world in one day at this modern and popular attraction featuring thousands of species from every corner of the world.
Visit Wrocław’s only UNESCO site and discover the interesting story of its construction and modernist architecture through an exhibit with interactive displays.
Join locals for an afternoon of strolling or at one of the events, such as festivals and concerts, at this beautiful green area on Cathedral Island.
Cross Wrocław’s pedestrianized “Lover’s Bridge” to Sand Island and you may just find the love of your life, if you haven’t already done so.
A historic academic institution where several Nobel prize winners have studied, this university is best known for its stunning Baroque ceremony hall.
Welcome to magic Wroclaw – the City of 100 Bridges. Its rich history and medieval character attracts millions of tourists every year. After arrival we visit the 13th century Cathedral of St. John the Baptist located on Ostrow Tumski island - the oldest part of the city.
Unique and very important place for every human being, despite a race, nationality or religion. A must see point to understand postwar Europe. Auschwitz concentration camp was the largest of the German Nazi concentration camps and extermination centers.
Cracow is the second largest and one of the oldest cities in Poland. It’s traditionally been one of the leading centres of Polish academic, cultural, and artistic life. It is a historical capital of Poland.
Explore the history of the Holocaust and the Nazi concentration camps and learn about the history and gain a deeper understanding of the Holocaust and the Nazi concentration camps on a full-day tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau from Wroclaw.
Get to know each and every gnome that’s located on the streets of Wroclaw! Follow the Wroclaw gnome trail with a local and knowledgeable guide on this one-of-a-kind Wroclaw walking tour.
Discover the city of Wroclaw in a day by us at the designated meeting point! Your professional, English-speaking driver/guides will take you on an unforgettable journey in an eco-friendly electric car.