A Polish fairytale
Do you love fairytales? Book a flight to Wrocław and let this beautiful, historical city transport you back in time. Wander through colourful streets, take a boat across the Oder River or visit the open-air museum for neon signs. Wrocław is the perfect city for a cultural weekend holiday.
Bridges and market squares
Walking along the banks of the Oder River is unavoidable in a city like Wrocław, as it is built on 12 different islands interconnected by over 100 bridges. Don’t forget to cross the Tumski Bridge to hang your padlock there. The heart of Wrocław is Rynek, the city’s most important market square and one of Europe’s largest. There are worse ways to spend an afternoon than admiring the diversity of façades and sipping a drink at one of its many terraces. Not only is Wrocław the ideal destination for weekend holidays, it’s also a perfect starting point for a tour of Poland. Treat yourself: book a flight to Wrocław now!Book a flight to Wroclaw
The Wrocław gnomes
Wrocław is famous for its many gnome statuettes scattered throughout the city; there must be hundreds of them. Get a map from the tourist office with a route leading you past the most fascinating gnomes. If walking around has left you feeling peckish, settle yourself down in a restaurant to sample pierogi, a traditional Polish dumpling with a sweet or savoury filling. Wrocław even boasts a dedicated pierogi restaurant: Pierogarnia, the go-to place for an evening of delights.
Flights to Wrocław for a unique holiday
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ARTS & CULTURE
Narrow cobblestone streets with baroque houses leading to grand squares illuminated with hand-lit gas lanterns: a visit to the historic city centre is like a trip back in time. But outside the old city centre lies modern Wrocław. A lively student town with cultural festivals, creative hotbeds and alternative art. Explore the rebellious sister of Krakow.
ARTS & CULTURE
We all know Warsaw, and Krakow is familiar as well. Lodz is less well known, but Poland's great unknown is Wrocław. However, the fourth largest city in the country is attracting a growing number of visitors and deservedly so. The city offers an exciting cultural calendar and the beautifully restored historic centre features fairytale-like gothic monuments and ochre-coloured baroque houses. Welcome to the new Prague.
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