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Our most recommended Wroclaw Day Trips

  • Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Guided Tour by Electric Car

    1. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Guided Tour by Electric Car

    Discover the beauty of Wroclaw during a 2-hour electric car tour. See many of the interesting sights and landmarks of the city in a convenient and comfortable way. The itinerary takes visitors to 30 of the most important monuments and attractions of the capital of Lower Silesia. Routes for the tour were prepared by licensed city tour guides and include places such as Saint Elisabeth Church, Jatki, the University of Wrocław, Ossolineum, Market Hall, Piasek Island, Piasek Bridge, Cathedral Island, Botanical Garden, Saint Martin Church, Holy Cross Church, Cathedral, Grunwaldzki Square, Zwierzyniecki Bridge, ZOO, Centennial Hall, Japanese Garden, Iglica, Szczytnicki Park, Wrocław and University of Technology, the National Museum, the House of Old Stock Exchange, and the Salt Market. Commentary on board is available in multiple languages. The high-quality sound system in the electric car ma...

    We enjoyed our private tour of Wroclaw, although if it is supposed to rain you may want to re-schedule as having the plastic rain guards down lessens the experience

  • Jewels of Lower Silesia Full-Day Tour from Wroclaw

    2. Jewels of Lower Silesia Full-Day Tour from Wroclaw

    Begin this full-day tour of the Lower Silesia with a visit to the magnificent Ksiaz Castle, undoubtedly one of the greatest monuments in the region. The 3rd largest castle in Poland, it is also known as “The Pearl of Lower Silesia,” and is nestled in the picturesque valley of the River Pelcznica. The castle boasts many different architectural styles. Its chambers once hosted distinguished guests, such as John Quincy Adams (one of the U.S.'s first presidents), Winston Churchill, and the emperors of both Germany and Russia. Visit the representative part, find out the history of the rise and fall of the family, hear about the incredible fortune, high society scandals, tragedies, and why the castle still holds some mysteries.  The final site on your tour is the marvelous Church of Peace in Swidnica, rightly earning its place on the UNESCO World Heritage Site list. A magnificent masterpiece ...

  • Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Electric Car Tour with Audio Guide

    3. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Electric Car Tour with Audio Guide

    Start your trip after your driver picks you up from the meeting point. Then drive through Wroclaw in a comfortable and environmentally-friendly electric car, and explore the history and attractions of the city. Start at Blücherplatz, one of Wroclaw's largest flower markets. First, discover the surroundings of the market square, starting with the Jewish Quarter and the White Stork Synagogue. Continue your trip to St. Elizabeth's Church, and find the famous Wroclaw dwarfs and the big meatbanks with the animal monument made of copper. See the Old Town Prison and Wroclaw University with its Fencer Fountain. Learn more about the students from Wroclaw before moving on to the Red Cross Monastery. Admire the Matthias Gymnasium and the Breslauer Pier, which is a perfect starting point for a subsequent boat or gondola ride on the Oder. Discover Cathedral Island and St. John's Ca...

  • From Wroclaw: Pearls of Lower Silesia Full-Day Private Tour

    4. From Wroclaw: Pearls of Lower Silesia Full-Day Private Tour

    Discover the most famous spots of the Lower Silesia region on this 1-day guided tour from Wroclaw. Start the trip from your hotel in Wroclaw and head toward the Churches of Peace in Jawor and Swidnica. The churches are the largest timber-framed religious buildings in Europe and are listed as UNESCO World Heritage Sites. These unique, richly decorated churches were erected by the Silesian protestants in the 17th century after the Thirty Years War. Afterwards, drive to the magnificent Ksiaz Castle, the third largest castle in Poland that dates all the way back to the 13th century. During your visit, you will admire antique interiors, towers, and French-style terraces. Don’t miss the opportunity to take a pleasant stroll in the gardens surrounding the castle. After exploring the Ksiaz Castle, enjoy a transfer back to your hotel.

  • Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour by Electric Car

    5. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour by Electric Car

    Drive through Wroclaw in an electric car and discover the history and attractions of the city in a comfortable and environmentally friendly way. Start the tour at the Market Square, one of the largest flower markets of Wroclaw. First, explore the area surrounding the marketplace, starting with the Jewish quarter with the White Stork Synagogue, then continue on to St. Elizabeth’s Church, home of the famous Wroclaw dwarfs and the large butchers’ stalls with a copper monument to the animals. See the old city jail and the University of Wroclaw with the Fencer Fountain. Learn more about the Wroclaw students before continuing on to the Monastery of the Knights of the Cross with the Red Star. Admire the Matthias High School and Wroclaw Pier, which is the perfect starting point for a boat or gondola ride on the Oder River. Explore Cathedral Island and visit the Cathedral of St. John the Bapti...

  • Wroclaw - Poznan Day Trip

    6. Wroclaw - Poznan Day Trip

    Poznań is an amasing city. You must see Ostrów Tumski (Cathedral Island) while you are here, famed as the spot on which Poznań was founded. It is a quiet island, with a permanent population consisting mostly of bishops, priests, and monks. Stary Rynek, the old town square, is one of the finest in Europe. This is the centre of old, medieval Poznań, and has been superbly rebuilt after severe destruction in World War 2. Cafés and bars line the square and it is a superb spot for ordering a drink and watching the world go by. In Rynek you will see the very interesting town hall building. It is famous for mechanical goats which appear from the roof of the building each day at noon to butt their heads together a dozen times. Then, explore the Środka district - located just few minutes from Cathedral Island, - which was originally a merchants' and craftmen's district. The name comes from the P...

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

    7. 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: City Highlights Tour by Electric Car

    8. Wroclaw: City Highlights Tour by Electric Car

    Experience the best sites in Wroclaw in the comfort of an eco-friendly electric car. The city's history will come to life with the help of a local, professional guide. Admire the beauty of Wroclaw's Old Town and feel the excitement of the Main Market Square. Marvel at the architecture of Centennial Hall and the Spire monument from the outside and drive past the famous Wroclaw University. Venture onto Cathedral Island (Ostrow Tumski) and learn about the city's Medieval history. Stroll around the outside of sacral buildings including the Archbishop's Palace and Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Learn the military history behind the Bastion Ceglarski and the Panorama Raclawicka. Along the way, keep a lookout for the famous copper dwarves that were placed around the city as part of the anti-Communist Orange Alternative movement.

  • Wroclaw: Czestochowa Day Trip to View the Black Madonna

    9. Wroclaw: Czestochowa Day Trip to View the Black Madonna

    Starting in the city of Wroclaw, journey to Czestochowa and admire the Polish countryside whilst on the 3-hour drive. Upon arrival at Czestochowa, visit the city’s famous Monastery, one of the most important locations in the lives of Polish Catholics. Take yourself on a self guided tour of the Monastery, or hire a local guide to teach you all about the rich history of the site. At the Monastery, marvel at the world-famous Black Madonna, which is shrouded in numerous legends of its origins. Some say the icon was painted on a cedar table-top from the house of the Holy Family by St. Luke, whilst other tales tell of its discovery in Jerusalem in the year 326 by St. Helena who brought it to Constantinople and presented it to her son, Constantine the Great. Wander around this iconic landmark and learn about the Catholic faith and how it has impacted the history of Poland. Decide for yourself...

  • Wroclaw: Full-Day The Secrets of World War II

    10. Wroclaw: Full-Day The Secrets of World War II

    Krzyzowa is a former estate of Helmuth James von Moltke, where Kreisau Circle, one of the most famous resistance movements against the politics of the Third Reich was established. You will learn about the history of the crimes against the Polish people committed during the Second World War as well as the consequences it had on the German nation. The exhibition will present the history of Polish-German relations in the second part of the 20th century. The building currently belongs to the Krzyzowa Foundation, whose main goal is to promote a dialogue between the European nations. The Osówka Complex was part of a project conducted by the Nazi Germany between 1943 and 1945 (code name Riese). The mysterious structure known as the underground city still hasn't revealed all of its secrets. Discover the biggest and the most complex Hitler headquarter in Lower Silesia.  Ksiaz Castle is the thir...

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What people are saying about Wroclaw

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 47 reviews

Great Guide! Julia did an awesome job. We saw all „must see“ places and heard some interesting side facts and legends. The tour was booked in English, but Julia changed to German for our kids. It was a cool trip in this electric car!

We enjoyed our private tour of Wroclaw, although if it is supposed to rain you may want to re-schedule as having the plastic rain guards down lessens the experience

The trip very well, it allows you to get to know the city from another perspective. Recommendable. The only downside is that the guide could not speak English well.

Such a Great guide full of knowledge of Wroclaws history. Very very nice guy

Our guide was incredibly knowledgeable he made the trip interesting and fun