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  • Wrocław: Attractions of the Wrocław Market Square

    1. Wrocław: Attractions of the Wrocław Market Square

    Explore the heart of Wroclaw on a small-group tour, limited to 10 people, and led by a licensed and informative guide. See the places, where centuries ago, criminals and wrong-doers were punished. Listen to creepy stories from Wroclaw's past, including tales about the Sinner’s Bell, the Witches Bridge, buried rebels, and many others. You'll discover many of Wroclaw's top attractions on this 2-hour tour. Learn the history of the Old Town Hall, which houses one of the oldest restaurants in Europe. While walking around the Main Market Square, you will see picturesque tenement buildings, including the townhouses of Hansel and Gretel, the Golden and Blue Sun, the Seven Electors, and the Old Gallows House. Visit the Salty Square, where you'll meet a dragon. Your excursion continues to the medieval slaughter houses, called Jatki, and then finish up the tour in jail, but just to try a taste of...

  • Wroclaw: Grand E-Scooter Tour

    2. Wroclaw: Grand E-Scooter Tour

    Meet your guide, choose your scooter and get a brief induction before you begin your tour. Pick up your helmet and your audio system, and start your fascinating journey. Head to Nowy Targ Square and enjoy an introduction to Wroclaw History. Ride to see the buildings of the Panorama of Raclavice, its huge panoramic painting, and Nationa Museum. Take a chance to ride along the Odra River and cross Grunwaldzki Bridge, the most picturesque bridge in Wroclaw. Behind the bridge, turn right and ride back along Odra River to the UNESCO-listed Centennial Hall, and take a short break for coffee or to use the facilities. Then, drive straight to Cathedral Island, the oldest part of the city. Move on to see the Hala Targowa indoor market, Saint Vincent Church, Ossolinski Institute, and the University of Wroclaw. Finally, return to your starting point with a camera full of photos and a mind full of ...

    i was quite difficult riding the scooter.Michael was great with a lot of paciense and good vibes. He is an excellent guide.

  • Wrocław: Centennial Hall and Surroundings Private Tour

    3. Wrocław: Centennial Hall and Surroundings Private Tour

    Start at the main entrance to the Centennial Hall, formerly known as Hala Ludowa or Jahrhunderthalle. Visit the famous Centennial Hall, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2006. One can visit the new interactive museum of the Centennial Hall, Centrum Poznawcze Hali Stulecia, or just admire the huge concrete dome. At the Jahrhunderthalle you can still see the pergola with its multimedia water features, the Japanese Garden and, upon request, the 4-dome pavilion. At the pergola, you can also enjoy a short visit to a regional restaurant and enjoy the Polish cuisine with a view of the water features. Afterward, the group can go alone to the pier and return by ship to the old town or go to the zoo with Afrikanarium. The tour ends at the Jahrhunderthalle or in the restaurant.

  • From Wrocław: Full-Day Auschwitz-Birkenau Guided Tour

    4. From Wrocław: Full-Day Auschwitz-Birkenau Guided Tour

    This full day tour takes you from Wrocław to the Auschwitz and Birkenau concentration camps, which were used by the Nazis as forced labor and extermination camps during World War II. Over a million men, women and children lost their lives here or were forced to work in extreme conditions. These concentration camps have since become enduring symbols of the Nazis' brutal policy of Jewish and minority extermination. To fully understand the human tragedy that unfolded here, you'll learn about daily camp life and visit the former gas chambers and crematorium. Additional exhibits will help you take in the setting and learn about the Holocaust's legacy. It's a history lesson you'll never forget.

    Super convenient! They called us 24 hours before our trip to confirm the time they were going to pick us up from our hotel in Wroclaw. Bart drove us safely to Auschwitz, instructed us on how the day would go. After seeing Auschwitz 1, he had a lunch prepared for each of us which we ate while he drove us to Auschwitz 2. He waited for our tour to complete and then drove us home! Basically everything was taken care of, all you have to do is show up and they take care of the rest! Highly recommend.

  • Wroclaw: Dresden Day Trip

    5. Wroclaw: Dresden Day Trip

    Dresden is a very beautiful, light spirited city, especially in summer, when you can appreciate the serene setting of the historic centre. Although Dresden is larger than Munich when measured by area, the historic center is quite compact and walkable. Once having arrived in Dresden, you will be free to sight-see as you please. You can visit city highlights such as Frauenkirche (the original Church of Our Lady which was completely destroyed during World War II, and later reconstructed), and the City of Coventry (which was raided by the Luftwaffe in World War II), where you can check the ruins which sit in the basement. Do not miss the tower visit, and be sure to bring good shoes to climb in. You can also discover the Zwinger Palace (a Baroque palace featuring a nympheum), and the "Alte Meister", where you'll find the famous Madonna Sistina of Rafael there, including the well known angel...

  • Wroclaw: University Baroque Tour

    6. Wroclaw: University Baroque Tour

    In 1702, Emperor Leopold I, King of Bohemia, created a university in Wroclaw as a School of Philosophy and Catholic Theology. It was a time of a so-called counter-reformation, launched by the Catholic church to gain believers that had converted to Protestantism a century earlier. In this “fight for souls,” architecture and art played a very important role. The aim of this tour is to explore one of most precious edifices from the Austrian period - the University of Wroclaw. Admire the grand Baroque ceremonial hall, which hugs the banks of the River Odra, and was named after the school's founder, Aula Leopoldina. Get panoramic city views from the Mathematical Tower.

    +The guide is fluent in English and extremely friendly. +The guide is full of knowledge and experience. +The history is very well explained +We really enjoy the 1-hour trip ,totally worth it !

  • Wroclaw To Church of Peace and Project Riese Tour

    7. Wroclaw To Church of Peace and Project Riese Tour

    Your driver will meet you at the hotel and first take you to Project Riese which is a 1.5-hour drive from Wroclaw. Once you arrive at the Project Riese site, you can head off to explore this fascinating place. Project Riese was the codename for an impressive construction project initiated by Nazi Germany between 1943 and 1945, consisting of seven underground structures located in the Owl Mountains and Książ Castle. Explore this extraordinary network of underground caverns, all in different states of completion, and learn about the history of the site.  You can stay here for lunch or drive to the next place the Church of Peace which is still an active protestant parish. It is the largest timber-framed building in Europe that attracts thousands of tourists. Those who visited the church say that they have never seen anything like that before. The church has a unique history which makes it ...

  • Wrocław: Full-Day UNESCO Church of Peace Tour

    8. Wrocław: Full-Day UNESCO Church of Peace Tour

    Meet your guide in Wrocław and being your full-day tour. Drive along a scenic route from Wrocław to the city of Sobotka, one of the more unique and mysterious places in Poland. The city is located at the foot of Mount Sleza, a ridge emerges from the monotonous Silesian lowlands to a height of 718 meters, dominating the landscape of the province. Explore the market square, then listen to the fascinating history of the different tribes that have lived in the area since the Bronze Age. Admire ancient stone sculptures that were religious symbols. Make a brief stop at the archeological site of Bedkowice to see what early Slavic settlements looked liked. Continue to the village of Krzyzowa, home to the Foundation for Mutual Understanding in Europe. Once there, find out about the Polish-German Reconciliation Mass, celebrated on the November 12, 1989. Afterwards, travel to Swidnica to admire t...

  • From Wrocław: Private Pottery Factory Trip

    9. From Wrocław: Private Pottery Factory Trip

    Explore the factory where they produce world famous polish pottery and see how it is done. This trip is popular among women who enjoy partnering style with their homes. For centuries, one of the premier art forms in Central Europe has been the pottery and ceramics created in the Silesia region of Poland. The durable and functional creamy white and blue stoneware pieces are unique and easily identifiable. Ceramics and pottery are a definitive part of the identity of the city of Bolesławiec, Poland, and the town itself is often called the "town of ceramics". It is impossible to talk about the town without talking about the ceramics that have been produced there for over a thousand years, and it is a matter of great pride for the inhabitants. Ceramic art has long been intertwined with Bolesławiec, a town located in Silesia and a historically disputed region of Europe. The ceramic works ar...

  • Wroclaw: Half-Day Old Town and Alternative City Tour

    10. Wroclaw: Half-Day Old Town and Alternative City Tour

    During the first part of the tour, see the most important buildings and places in the city center, including the Old Town Hall, the Market Square, the Salt Square, the Pillory, the Elizabeth Church, the Old Prison, the University’s main building, the Ossolinski National Library, the Market Hall and the oldest part of the city, the Cathedral Island. Get to know the rich and complicated history of the city and find out how Wroclaw has changed in the course of time. In the second part of this tour, visit the one and only Nadodrze District, full of places where many directors, including Steven Spielberg, made war movies, and street artists from all over the world created their works. Find out how the city council has been trying to change this neighborhood for the last years, and see the current state of gentrification. Compare the new with the old, hip pubs versus shops with cheap alcohol ...

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What people are saying about Wroclaw

Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 5 reviews

We were picked up right outside of our Airbnb in Wroclaw at 10:30am. The driver was a nice young guy named Jakub (sorry if I butcher the spelling). It was a pleasant drive both ways and he told us all about life in Poland. We had a group of five and we were under the impression that it would just be us in the van but there were two other kids on the tour as well. Not a big deal but there may be other people on the drive with you, especially if you're not a big group. We stopped at a gas station halfway through each drive. The tour guide was pretty good, no complaints. After the tour of Auschwitz I, Jakub gave us each sandwiches, snacks, and waters and drove us to Auschwitz-Birkenau II. The tour through Auschwitz-Birkenau II was decent. I would most definetly recommend booking this tour if you want to see Auschwitz and don't want to deal with the hassle of driving yourself/taking trains. I've heard that taking the trains are very long process and you're cramped like sardines.

Super convenient! They called us 24 hours before our trip to confirm the time they were going to pick us up from our hotel in Wroclaw. Bart drove us safely to Auschwitz, instructed us on how the day would go. After seeing Auschwitz 1, he had a lunch prepared for each of us which we ate while he drove us to Auschwitz 2. He waited for our tour to complete and then drove us home! Basically everything was taken care of, all you have to do is show up and they take care of the rest! Highly recommend.

picked up on time by a gentleman called bart, spoke excellent English. even stopped on the way to Auschwitz for a toilet break. once we arrived, he made sure we got our correct tour guide. would highly recommend even though the tourist information tried to put us off using a site and charge us more. will be using this site again for future holidays. thank you bart, brilliant driving, very clean vehicle.

Picked up at hotel on time We were offered to go on a different day which we accepted The host kept us informed brilliantly Excellent trip with 2 comfort stops Knowledgeable & informative Nice transport Nice journey a ran smoothly Would reccomend this host And enjoyed the experience Value for money

Damian is a very good guide. It was a good mixture of History and Vodka. Thanks