Travelling to Wroclaw
Wroclaw has its own international airport on Strachowice (Wroclaw, ul Skarzynskiego 36), roughly 12km from the city centre. It’s a bit smaller than those in other Polish cities, but functional nonetheless. Many of routes can be done by Ryanair, Wizzair and other budget airlines.
Wroclaw is very well connected, at least by Polish standards. Three international roads cut through this fair city, the greatest of which is dubbed the A4, meaning you can cruise at top speed in either direction – towards Germany or over towards Krakow in Malopolska.
Polish trains aren’t exactly the fastest or most modern the world has ever seen. For many, however, arriving by rail is always the way to go… An intercity train to Warsaw, for example, will only take you at least five hours and one to Krakow around four and half. Of course, Poland is not where it all stops: Budapest, Dresden, Hamburg and Prague are all just a few stops away. Find the Dworzec Glowny (Main Train Station) in the south of town on ulica Pilsudskiego. Check our map online for precise location.