Experience the magic of Wroclaw, from its 13th-century cathedral on Ostrow Tusmski Island to the top of the Polish Hill. See the museum featuring one of the world’s biggest panoramic battle scenes, Wroclaw University’s lovely Baroque hall, and much more.
What to Expect
Medieval Wroclaw, rich in history and known as the City of 100 Bridges, attracts millions of tourists every year. This 4-hour sightseeing tour begins at the main entrance to the 13th-century Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, which is located on Ostrow Tumski Island in the oldest part of the city.
You’ll walk along the banks of the Odra River before ascending the Polish Hill and taking in splendid view over Wroclaw. You can visit the nearby Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice Museum, which features one of the biggest 360-degree panoramic battle scenes in the world. Today this is one of the nation’s symbols.
The Aula Leopoldina, the beautiful, representative Baroque hall at Wroclaw University, is the next stop on the tour. Stroll along medieval cobblestone streets that lead to the Market Square, with the Gothic-style Town Hall in its center. The Square, one of the largest in Europe, is surrounded by ancient houses.
- Wroclaw city guide
- Hotel pick-up and drop-off
What's Not Included
- Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice Museum entrance fee (EUR 7)
- Aula Leopoldina entrance fee (EUR 3.50)
Know Before You Go
• Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice Museum is closed on Mondays (October to April) and on Christian holidays
• Aula Leopoldina Museum is closed on Wednesdays
• Please indicate the language for your tour when booking.