Public transport in Wrocław allows you to reach all interesting places throughout the city. Its dense network covers more than 1200 km, also outside the city due to public transportation serviced by MPK (Municipal Transport Company), covering the area of metropolis and its surroundings.
Culture & Art
Wrocław has forged an international reputation for its lively cultural events for a long time. Starting in the 1960s, the city became the world capital of avant-garde theater thanks to Jerzy Grotowski’s Laboratory Theater, Henryk Tomaszewski’s Pantomime Theater and the International Open Theater Festival. Wrocław is the only city in Poland to exhibit annually the super productions of classic operas in stadium, in halls or on waterfronts, which usually attract an audience of around 5,000 people or more.
Wrocław - the meeting place that is bustling with life all year round. The capital of Lower Silesia attracts many interesting people, who bring a lot of energy to the city.
Wrocław is also a place with lazily flowing Odra River, which is a refuge for those who want to relax by quiet place, sit down after hard work. 35% of Wrocław's area is captivating with its natural beauty and abundance of flora and fauna, perfect for evening walks or outdoor jogging.
Food & Drink
Wrocław’s restaurants offer a wide range of tastes that stem from the culturally diverse heritage of the city and the region (Czech, Italian, Greek, French, German, Jewish, Austrian, Georgian and Polish). More recent times add to this wide range of international inspirations some intriguing tastes from more remote places of the world. To real connoisseurs of national specialities, Wrocław offers restaurants’ with rich menus crammed with Polish delicacies. Cereal crops such as rye, wheat, millet, barley and buckwheat, noodles and dumplings such as pierogi, pickled vegetables and fish, or roasted pork stuffed with prunes and walnuts open a long list of delicacies available in Wroclaw’s restaurants.
Wrocław offers a variety of options for all of those who wish to discover shopping opportunities offered by city’s shopping centers, shops and department stores. Among them are the historic and elegant Renoma department store, the largest shopping complex Bielany Alley in Poland and the Sky Tower gallery in the tallest residential and office building in Poland.
Travelling by car
The city’s strategic location is enhanced by many international transport routes running across Wrocław including the so called “3rd Pan-European Transport Corridor.” Wrocław is located directly by A4 Motorway, providing good road connections with other European routes
Travelling by train
Wrocław is easily accessible by train both from domestic and international destinations. Regular train links connect Wrocław with Berlin and Dresden.
Also a wide variety of European destinations is available within just one transfer, allowing a smooth travel between Wrocław and cities such as: Frankfurt am Main, Hamburg, Lvov, Kiev, Moscow, Ystad, Bratislava, Vienna, Amsterdam, Budapest, Munchen, Basel, Innsbruck, Minsk, Kaliningrad, Vilnius, Koln and Paris.
Travelling by plane
The Wrocław Copernicus International Airport is located in the south-west part of the city, 10 kilometers away from the city center, near the motorway bypass which can be reached quickly and comfortable. Both from the Warsaw side of the S8 road, Poznań from the national road no. 5, and from the south of the national road no. 8 and the A4 motorway. A regular shuttle bus no. 106 connects the airport with the city center and main railway station. In addition, there is the Kiss & Fly zone - free ride and a short drive up to 10 minutes and over 2000 parking spaces.