Tourist Places to Visit in Wroclaw, Poland, Europe
Wroclaw is located in the south western part of the Poland in Lower Silesian Voivodeship is one of the largest cities in the country. Wroclaw covers an area of 292.92 square kilometers (113.10 square miles) and placed at the highest elevation of 155 meters (400 feet) above the sea level and the city is hub to some of the manufacturing industries like buses, trams, railroad cars, home appliances and many more and there are many high-tech companies in the city and also popular among the local and international tourists.
Wroclaw is located about 360 kilometers from Warsaw, capital of Poland and surrounded by Wolow, Trzebnica, Olesnica, Namyslow, Jelcz-Laskowice, Olawa, Brzeg, Swidnica, and Opole. Coordinates are 51.1167° N, 17.0333° E.
Must visit in Wroclaw:
The Centennial Hall:
The Centennial Hall is located at the distance of 3 kilometers from heart of the city is one of the main historical buildings in the city was first opened in 1913 for the public, The Centennial Hall, a UNESCO World Heritage Center is visited by both the locals and tourists.
The Alexander Fredro Monument:
The Alexander Fredro Monument is placed in the middle of the city is one of the most illustrious legendary figures in Polish history of Alexander Fredro and was a poet, play writer and author of many books.
The Panorama Raclawicka:
The Panorama Raclawicka is located less than a kilometer distance from heart of the city is a 140 meters long monumental panoramic painting which took around 9 months to complete, is one of the best sites to visit in Wroclaw city.
The National Museum:
The National Museum is placed less than a kilometer away from center of the city that provides one of the huge collections of Polish art in the country and has distinct pre-18th century religious art, altarpieces, urns and relics.
Other places to visit in Wroclaw:
- The Ethnographic Museum
- Town Square
- Galeria Dominikanska
- Arkady Complex
- The Grunwaldzki Bridge
- Magnolia Park
- The Alexander Fredro Monument
- The Panorama Raclawicka in Wroclaw
- Wroclaw Palace
- Ostrow Tumski
- The Water Tower
Best time to visit Wroclaw:
Wroclaw can be visited from May to September during these months climate will the warm and tourists can enjoy the most and winter season is from November to March during these months temperature will fall below -5° Celsius.
Connectivity to Wroclaw:
Wroclaw is served by Copernicus Airport Wrocław positioned at the distance of 14 kilometers from center of the city and the airport is one of the main international airports in south part of Poland and handles domestic and international flights.
Rail service in Wroclaw is provided by Polish rail network and trains from Wroclaw operate to and from distinct parts of the Polish Country and receives international trains from Hamburg, Prague, Dresden, Kiev, and Budapest.
Main bus station in Wroclaw is PKS Centrum Station located close to the railway station and the station caters national and international buses to distinct parts of the country and to neighboring counties and the city is well connected through national highways.
Accommodation in Wroclaw:
Warsaw is centered and suitable to all of the destinations, in this busy area hotels are intended for both business and vacation travelers who want something special from the usual time and rooms are planned according to the console and generous of the tourists. Hotels in Warsaw offer facilities like gym, swimming pool, water activities, fishing, fitness facilities, high-speed internet, refrigerator, cable /satellite TV, air conditioned etc. Some of the hotels in Warsaw are as follows:
- Sofitel Wroclaw Old Town
- Radisson Blu Hotel, Wroclaw
- Hotel Orbis Wroclaw
- The Granary – La Suite Hotel
- Qubus Hotel Wroclaw
- Hotel Mercure Wroclaw Centrum
- Best Western Prima Hotel Wroclaw
- Exclusive Apartments Just’n Center
- Park Hotel Diament Wroclaw
- Puro Hotel Wroclaw
- Scandic Wroclaw
- Europeum Hotel
- Campanile Wroclaw Centrum