Travelling to Wroclaw is easy and quick, with plenty of flights from major UK airports meaning regular departure times. With budget flights available, and easy transfers when planes touch down, arranging a break in this Polish city is both simple and affordable.
Flights to Wroclaw will touch down at the city's Copernicus Airport. Named after the famous astronomer who called Wroclaw home, the airport is only six miles southwest of the city center. The 106 and 206 buses provide 24/7 connections to the centre of town, while the WRO Airport Express stops at Wroclaw Bus Station, and both cabs and car rental outlets are available if needed.
UK customers can pick from a few options when flying to Wroclaw. Ryanair is easily the biggest operator of flights to Wroclaw, offering connections from Belfast-International, Bristol, Liverpool, East Midlands, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Leeds/Bradford, London Stansted, Manchester and Newcastle. Wizz Air also flies from Birmingham, London Luton and Doncaster, rounding off a comprehensive selection of possible routes.
Anyone who wants to visit Wroclaw will find that flights make perfect sense. The journey time from most UK cities is only around 2 hours, so it's a very short haul, making it handy for weekend breaks, and with so many departure points, passengers won't find it hard to book flights from a nearby airport, making the journey even easier. Add in seamless transfers from Wroclaw Airport, and the possibility to purchase affordable tickets from Wizz Air and Ryanair, and alternatives like long-distance buses and rail connections seem a lot less appealing.
Known under the Austro-Hungarian Empire as Breslau, Wroclaw is a Polish city with a long, glorious and fascinating history. Nowadays, it's a modern destination, with an exceptional bus and tram network. And it's a city that's full of appealing attractions. On the history side of things, visitors can take in the massive Panoramic Painting of the Battle of Radawice, while Market Square hosts various medieval buildings (and Europe's oldest eatery). The Old Town, Ostrów Tumski, is even older, dating back to the 10th century, and contains must-sees like the gothic cathedral. At the end of the day, visitors can head to Szczytnicki Park to see the nightly Multimedia Fountain: an incredible light and sound performance.