Rapidly catching the attention of tourists, with the Odra River and the maze of islands and bridges, the city has gained the title of the "Venice of Poland". Wroclaw is bursting with cafes and restaurants.
Fly to Wroclaw with Ryanair twice weekly.
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Things to do in Wroclaw
- Explore one of Poland’s most attractive cities
Wroclaw combines modern commercial bustle with the attractions of a medieval Old Town. The main square (Rynek) is surrounded by renovated town houses with restaurants, al fresco cafes and bookshops.
- Head to the mountains
The mountains to the south and west contain some of the most popular recreation areas in the country. Karkonosze national park is the easiest to reach from Wroclaw, providing access to the skiing and hiking resorts of Karpacz and Szklarska Poreba.