Tours with a guide
around Wrocław

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WROCŁAW is the one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. The Capital of Lower Silesia has about 635 thousand of inhabitants and about 293 km ² of area. The town is located on the river and its four tributaries, which feed it within the city limits: Bystrzyca, Oława, Ślęza and Widawa, are called Venice of the North. The richness of monuments, numerous cultural institutions, unique artistic events as well as the openness and friendliness of the inhabitants are the hallmarks of this city.

Wroclaw is also a very important academic center. In over 30 Higher Education schools there are about 140 thousand of students. The most famous and renowned universities are: University of Wroclaw, Wroclaw University of Technology and University of Economics.

It should be added that there are 9 Nobel Laureates associated with the University of Wrocław. The city was also the co-organizer of Euro 2012 and the European Capital of Culture in 2016.

Wroclaw Travel Service invites you to visit this beautiful city.
Tomasz Rajch

ATTRACTIONS
of Wroclaw

TOWN HALL
commonly regarded as the pearl of the Gothic-Renaissance bourgeois architecture, was established at the beginning of the fourteenth century in the place where in the 13th century was the House of Merchants.

 

OPERA WROCŁAWSKA
classicist building, built between 1837 - 1841 according to plans of Karl Ferdinand Langhans, as the seat of the Municipal Theater. After the fire of the theater, Karl Lüdecke rebuilt it between 1866 - 1869. After another fire in 1871, it was rebuilt in 1871 - 1872 by Karl Schmidt.

 

 

MUSEUM OF PAN TADEUSZ
is a place in the city center, where history and modern times meet. Our mission is to show the importance of Adam Mickiewicz's work in the changing reality of Europe's cultural history over the past two hundred years.
In the Museum we present the masterpiece and its author in the socio-cultural context of the epoch as strongly embedded in the realities of contemporary Europe and key to the formation of the Polish tradition of struggle for independence. This tradition is closely connected with the biographies of Władysław Bartoszewski and Jan Nowak-Jeziorański, whose contribution to the recovery of Poland's freedom was presented in the part of the exhibition titled “Mission: Poland”.

Sightseeing
Programs

PROGRAM “WROCŁAW IN SHORT”

2 HOURS ON FOOT

Ostrów Tumski,
Sand Island,
Market Hall,
Collegium Literanum,
Ossolineum,
Uniwersity of Wroclaw,
Old Town

AND MUCH MORE

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CLASSIC PROGRAM

3 HOURS ON FOOT

Ostrów Tumski:
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist,
Church of St. Bartholomew and St. Cross,
Monument of St. John Nepomuk,
Tumski Bridge called “Bridge of Lovers”.

Sand Island:
Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
Monument of the Cardinal Bolesław Kominek,
Most Piaskowy - Sand Bridge.

AND MYCH MORE

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CLASSIC PROGRAM + CRUISE

4 HOURS ON FOOT + CRUISE

Ostrów Tumski:
Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
Church of St. Bartholomew and St. Cross,
Monument of St. John Nepomuk,
Tumski Bridge called “Bridge of Lovers”.

Sand Island:

Church of the Blessed Virgin Mary,
Monument of the Cardinal Bolesław Kominek,

Cruise (60 min. or 75 min).

AND MUCH MORE

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CONTACT US

WROCLAW TRAVEL SERVICE Tomasz Rajch
ul. Lipowa 3,
56-410 Dobroszyce
NIP: PL 578-240-80-30
Regon 020731001

Mobile: +48 502 445 319
Mobile: +48 721 614 601
Telefon: +48 71 740 58 88
e-mail: biuro@wroclaw-travel-service.pl