– by plane
Wrocław is a large, dynamically growing European city. It has a modern airport, which connects it directly to such cities as London, Dublin, Manchester, Paris, Rome, Milan, Barcelona, Oslo and Copenhagen.
You can get to Wrocław quickly and cheaply from over 30 European metropolises – two largest low-cost airlines have their base of operation here: Ryanair and WizzAir.
See Wrocław plane connections: http://airport.wroclaw.pl/pasazer/mapa-polaczen/
– by car
Wrocław is the largest city in southern- west of Poland, which provides good connection to Western Europe via:
– A4 highway, which is a continuation of the A4 highway from Dresden leading straight to Wrocław through the border crossing Jędrzychowice-Ludwigsdorf.
– A18 highway Berlin-Wrocław
Wrocław is only: 270 km from Dresden, 330 km from Berlin and 278 km from Prague.
– by train
Patients can use regular train commute to Berlin, Dresden, Prague and Hamburg. The vintage, beautifully restored railway station is located in the city centre, just 10 minute drive away from ul. Żeromskiego and about 15 minutes from ul. Krzycka
– see Wrocław
Wrocław is one of the largest cities in Poland, the European capital of culture 2016 and a place teaming with life. Over the centuries it belonged to Germany, Austria, Czech and Poland, which affected the multicultural and open nature of its inhabitants. Dubbed the Polish Venice – it’s located over the Oder river and on 12 islands and the advancing renovation of boulevards over the river expands the recreational possibilities and focuses the city life over the river. Systematically growing number of satisfied tourists speaks of how attractive this city is, with its beautiful architecture, cultural events on a world scale (Festiwal Wratislavia Cantans, Jazz nad Odrą, Brave Festival), trendy clubs and amazing gastronomy. Wrocław provides accommodation at any standards, from highest class five star hotels (e.g. Double Tree by Hilton, The Granary), luxurious apartments to rent (e.g. in Sky Tower) to cheap hostels.