Wroclaw City Breaks

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Wroclaw. It’s Just A Short Hop Away

The buzzing capital of the Dolnosląskie province, or Lower Silesia, boasts a complex history spanning many centuries, to which the city of Wroclaw owes its large number of historical sites. By far the most important cultural, economic, academic and tourist hub of south-west Poland, here you’ll discover a colourful city with a plethora of attractions to suit every tourist. With an average flight time of 2 hours from London, and over 20 flights per week, Wroclaw is just a short hop away…

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What do you want today? What do you expect from your travel destination? Love, youth, creativity, freedom, music, fun, passion? Or maybe monuments, culture, art and good food? For sure, you are looking for unique atmosphere. Have you ever been to Wroclaw? There is everything you want!

Wroclaw Highlights

Overlooking the waters of the Oder River for over a thousand years, the city has 12 islands and 112 bridges to explore

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Old Town Architecture

Wrocław is full of grand buildings and monuments marking its thousand years of history. It is best to begin visiting the town in its oldest part, or the former islands on the Odra River and its forked tributaries.

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Dwarf sculptures in Wroclaw

Dwarf’s Trail

There are over 300 of these fun dwarf figurines to track down in the streets of Wroclaw, so why not follow their trail when exploring the city.

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Szczytnicki Park, Wroclaw

Szczytnicki Park

If you enjoy time in nature, Szczytnicki Park tempts visitors with its Japanese Garden featuring many traditional architectural elements, and offers a vast oasis of lush vegetation and welcome solace to recharge your batteries.

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Wroclaw Multimedia Fountain at Centennial Hall

Centennial Hall

Built during 1911-1913, the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Centennial Hall is a landmark in the history of reinforced concrete architecture.

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St Elisabeth Church, Wroclaw Market Square

Your short break to Wroclaw is affordable and within reach…

Two of the big draws with a city break to Wroclaw is it’s proximity by plane to the UK  – Just a 2 hour flight away from London AND the low price to visit – from under £100 per person for a couple of nights staying in 3-star hotel accommodation with flights*. The price of an alcoholic beverage is approximately 30% cheaper than home with a restaurant meal a fraction of the price of dining in the UK. *Guide price only

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Visiting Wroclaw Throughout the Year…

  • Despite being a chilly month with highs of 9°C, March is generally a dry month. Weather in April becomes warming towards the second half of the month, up to approximately 14°C
  • In May plants and trees start to green and the day becomes longer. Days are pleasant and warmer, and sometimes very sunny
  • June is perfect to visit Wroclaw. It’s warm, days are the longest and the probability of the rain is low. The number of tourists is still quite low at this time and yet this is when the main events, festivals and exhibits begin to take place
  • Many Europeans choose Wroclaw as a holiday destination in the peak summer months of July and August. Temperatures in the summer are up to 25°C during these warmest months of the year
  • September is a good time to visit – it’s no longer as crowded and the weather is mild and very good for sightseeing. You can feel that autumn is coming but it’s not so cold just yet. It’s the last chance to visit Wroclaw because October is when the real autumn starts. November sees maximum temperatures of 7°C by day and may hit zero at night
  • Wroclaw is a dry month in December, but it may to snow at some point during the month in addition to January and February. The festive period is a brilliant time to enjoy some of the best Christmas markets in Europe