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Wrocław is the tourist capital of South-West Poland with more bridges than any city in Central Europe, the second largest market square, cathedral island coated in phenomenal architecture and UNESCO Centennial Hall. When we add that it is a home of huge growing population of Gnomes loved by tourists and a gate to Lower Silesia region, you will know why Wroclaw is a great place to start your Polish adventure. ITS Poland DMC will show you all the highlights of this area.

Number of days/duration

5 days / 4 nights

Included meals

BB (breakfast), HB on request (breakfast, dinner)

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

1 city

Group size


Trip pace


Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*


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What's included

4 nights
4 meals
Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Local gude, optional driver

Entrance fees to

Steamboat Cruise, Centennial Hall, Panorama Racławicka, Hydropolis Museum, Zajezdnia Centre


Coach, steamboat

Pickup place

Hotel/hostel for sightseeing tours

Drop off place

Hotel/hostel for sightseeing tours

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

City tour

Not included

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

National Museum Wrocław

The National Museum in Wrocław is one of the largest and most important art museums in Poland. The National Museum in Wrocław has four branches: The Main Building, called the National Museum in Wrocław, the "Panorama Racławicka" Museum, the intimate Ethnographic Museum, and the Museum of Contemporary Art in the Four Domes Pavilion, opened in June 2016. The collection of the National Museum in Wrocław numbers 200,000 artefacts representative fo...

Architecture Museum Wrocław

Museum of Architecture in Wroclaw is the only museum institution in Poland dedicated entirely to the history of architecture and contemporary architecture. The museum, which has 25,000 objects in its collection, constantly exhibits about five hundred of them. Among them are numerous architectural details, plans, maps, drawings, sketches, models, photographs (including an archive documenting the history of Wrocław), monuments of architecture-re...

Royal Palace Wrocław (City Museum Wrocław)

The main branch of the Wrocław City Museum, housed inside the renovated Baroque Royal Palace. The City Museum of Wrocław has existed since 2000. Was created by merging three previously independent institutions - the Archaeological Museum, the Historical Museum with the departments: Militaria and the Old Jewish Cemetery, the Museum of Medallic Art. In the same year, a branch of the Museum of Bourgeois Art was created. All objects of the Municip...

Japanese Garden Wrocław

The Japanese Garden was founded in 1913. The initiator of its construction was Count Fritz von Hochberg, who engaged the Japanese gardener Mankichi Arai. Currently, it is one of the most popular places for walking and relaxation in Wroclaw. This garden is a combination of several types of Japanese gardens: public, water, associated with a tea ceremony and a rocky beach. Almost 270 taxa of woody plants have been gathered in the garden. By 2009,...

Botanical Garden of Wrocław University

The Botanical Garden of the University of Wrocław was founded in 1811. It is located on the north side of the cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the church of the Holy Cross, partly within the historic Ostrów Tumski, about 2 km from the Market Square. There are about 7.5 thousand species of plants in the garden. Of the trees growing in the Garden, 27 of them were recognized as nature monuments: oaks, yews, gingko, beeches and plane trees. I...

Książ Castle

Książ Castle is especially interesting as it joins older history, as the construction started in the 13th century, and more recent history as it was largely changed during WWII. If you enjoy conspiracy theories of the human civilization, there is no other such place like Książ as digressions about Hitler purposes for Książ are numerous. During sightseeing of the castle, you will be able to see lots of alternations introduced by Nazi Germans. A...

Świdnica Peace Church

The church in Świdnica is situated about 53 km from Wrocław (about 1 h 10 min drive). It is made from wood and incredibly was erected only within a year of 1957. It is the biggest wooden Protestant church and with the area of 1090 square meters, it can gather 7 500 believers. The interior of the church has a Baroque style. The most dominant interior items include the 18th century altar piece, pulpit and organs. The church is encircled by lodge...

Jawor Peace Church

The Church of Peace in Jawor is one of the largest wooden buildings with religious functions in Europe. In 2001, it was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The church is 43.5 m long, 14 m wide, 15.7 m high, the building's area is 1180 m², it houses 6000 people. It was built in 1654–1655 according to the design of Albrecht von Säbisch using a half-timbered structure. Every year from May to September Peace Concerts are organized in Jawo...

Topacz Muzeum Motoryzacji (Automobile Museum Topacz)

Automobile Museum Topacz is located in the village of Ślęża, near Wrocław. The museum is located in the premises of Zamek Topacz Hotel & Spa. The exhibition presents about 200 historic, original vehicles - cars and motorcycles. Visitors will see Polish unique pre-war vehicles, such as Fiat 508, Sokół 1000, 600 and 200, lightweight motorcycles such as MOJ, Perkun, Wul-Gum, Tornedo, SHL 98, or Podkowa. Cars from the period of People’s Republic ...

Topacz Castle

Topacz Castle and located next to the castle – Motorization Museum is in Lower Silesia region. The castle is located only 10 km from Wrocław (around 20 minutes drive). At present it is 4 star hotel and conference centre with 54 rooms and 4 conference & banquet rooms for approximately 400 people. Around the castle there is 50- hectare recreation area adjusted to organize mass events and picnics. The biggest attraction is of course Motorization ...

Śląsk Wrocław Stadium

The Wrocław Stadium is a modern and multi-functional sports and entertainment facility. The stadium is located in Wrocław, in the Fabryczna district in the area administratively belonging to the Pilczyce housing estate. The stadium structure consists of 4 buildings, which are connected by two promenades (on the first and fourth levels). All seats are numbered and roofed. The stadium's capacity is 45,105 including seats for the disabled (102 an...

Wrocław Dwarves

One of the most original Wrocław’s attractions are Dwarves. They started to show up at Wrocław’s streets in 2005 when a sculptor Tomasz Maczek designed first five figurines. Nowadays dwarves are designed by artists from all parts of Poland. Right now there are over 300 dwarves and their numbers are constantly growing. Dwarves become even Wrocław’s iconic symbols. Tourists and Wrocław’s inhabitants take part in special Dwarves trips. Once a yea...

The district of four temples

The part of Wrocław’s Old Town covering the areas of Kazimierza Wielkiego, Św. Antoniego, Pawła Włodkowica and Św. Mikołaja streets. Although the area is referred to as the district of four temples or the district of four faiths it is not a true district of Wrocław in a legal sense. In a close vicinity of no more than 300 metres apart you will find four temples of different faiths: Orthodox Cathedral of the Nativity of the Holy Mother of God, ...

In memory of Animals Slaughtered

The memorial represents a group of domestic animals cast in bronze and commemorates both the animals slaughtered by food industry as well as the history of this part of Wrocław. The statues are located in Stare Jatki street, where “Jatki” is Polish refers to a place where people could buy meet directly from slaughterhouses. The memorial was set up in 1997 and the first bronze animals were a goose, a goat and a pig. A duck, a rooster, a rabbit ...

White Stork Synagogue

A 19th century synagogue in the heart of Wrocław and a main cultural and religious centre of the local Jewish communities. The White Stork Synagogue (Pol. Synagoga Pod Białym Bocianem) was built in 1829 but the concept dates back to 1790 and Count Karl Georg Heinrich von Hoym who proposed building one major prayer hall instead of a number of existing smaller synagogues. The synagogue was demolished during World War II and the subsequent years ...

Kolejkowo, Wrocław

Kolejkowo is the largest railway model in Poland. It is located less than 800 meters from the Wrocław Market Square, in one of the oldest railway stations in Wrocław – The Świebodzki Station. Visitors will see authentic buildings from Wrocław and the whole region of Lower Silesia, as well as miniature cars, tramways and trains. Kolejkowo presents life in the countryside, mountain expeditions, and rescue operations. The models show miniature i...

Opera Wrocławska (Wrocław Opera)

The Wrocław Opera is located at 35 Świdnicka Street. Is one of the largest and most important opera theaters in Poland. The opera's repertoire includes primarily great opera classics - from works by Mozart, through Rossini, Verdi, Mussorgsky, Bizet, Offenbach, Moniuszko, Puccini, to Wagner, as well as ballet classics. Since 2008, the Wrocław Opera has been organizing the only Contemporary Opera Festival in Poland, presenting its own performanc...

Polinka Kolej Linowa Wrocław (Polinka Cable Car, Wrocław)

Polinka is the cable car of Wrocław University of Science and Technology, running above the Odra River between the main campus of the Wrocław University of Technology on the Stanisław Wyspiański Coast, and the Geocentrum at Na Grobli Street. There are two carriages running over the Odra river, each for 15 people. Within an hour, it can transport up to 370 people. It is 380 m long, the journey takes approx. 2-2.5 minutes. The wagons travel abou...

Stare Jatki, Wrocław

Stare Jatki in Wrocław is the historical name of a Wrocław street in the Old Town connecting Odrzańska Street with Kiełbaśnicza Street. This street is entered in the register of monuments of the Lower Silesian Voivodeship. It is one of the most beautiful streets in Wrocław. Stare Jatki Street takes its name from the slaughterhouses that were built here in the 13th century. Today, articles for artists and craftsmen are traded here, numerous wor...

Muzeum Przyrodnicze we Wrocławiu (Museum of Natural History, University of Wrocław)

The Museum of Natural History was founded in 1814 on the initiative of the German zoologist, professor Johann Ludwig Christian Gravenhorst. Currently, the museum is one of the units of the Faculty of Biological Sciences of the University of Wrocław. There are about 2.5 million animal specimens and about 0.5 million plant specimens, of which 3140 zoological and 600 botanical specimens are exhibited. It is the largest institution of this kind in...

Muzeum Poczty i Telekomunikacji Wrocław (Museum of Post and Telecommunications in Wroclaw)

The Post and Telecommunications Museum was established in 1921 in Warsaw. Since 1956, it has been located in the historic building of the Main Post Office in Wrocław. It is the only museum in Poland that collects exhibits documenting the history of postal, telecommunications and telegraphy in Poland. The museum has five permanent exhibitions: The history of Poczta Polska, Signs and mailboxes, Horse – drawn postal vehicles, Telegraph and teleph...

Taras Widokowy Sky Tower Wrocław (Sky Tower Viewpoint, Wrocław)

Sky Tower is the tallest building in Wrocław. It is located between Powstańców Śląskich, Wielka, Gwiaździsta and Szczęśliwa streets. There is a shopping mall on the lowest storeys. Then on floors up to 28 there are offices and 184 apartments on floors 28 to 48. A publicly accessible viewpoint is located on the 49th floor. Visitors can get on top in 1 minute with the lift that carries 20 people. The entrance to the lifts is located in Gwiaźdz...

Movie Gate, Wrocław

Movie Gate - Film Art Gallery is a unique place in Europe that will take visitors to the magical world of film, science and history. We will see the costumes and props that were used in the most popular movies, such as "Star Wars" or "Harry Potter". The entire underground is divided into three thematic parts. The first part is the movie part. Here we can see a characteristic Harry Potter spider or a bust of Hell Boy. The exhibits also include ...

Park Trampolin GOJump, Wrocław (GOJump Trampoline Park)

GOJump Trampoline Park is located at Długosza 59 in Wrocław. It is the largest trampoline park in Poland. It offers over 20 attractions in a 3,500 square meter hall. In the park there is a huge trampoline arena, a sponge pool, jumps on an inflatable pillow, the longest pontoon slide in Poland, an arena for playing dodgeball, a ramp for jumping on snowboards, roller skates, bicycles and scooters and much more. There is also the Parkour Academy...

School visit

Outstanding opportunity to meet peers from Polish schools, exchanging ideas about educational systems, meeting with Polish young people. We offer half day meeting in one of Polish schools. Your group will be able to take part in a lesson. The group will also be able to take a walk around the school to compare school environment in Poland and their own country. The group will be accompanied by our guide/translator to enhance communication with ...


If you like music, we invite you to a pub for karaoke. It is an excellent entertainments for groups combined with club visit, beverages and snack.


It is a kind of entertainment which guarantees casual atmosphere and good fun. The game does not demand any earlier skills or any special instruction. It is usually connected with some snacks for the participants. Bowling is an excellent type of entertainment for the group. Usually, bowling competition is organized for the groups when the participants compete individually or as a teams.


The trip was superb. It is a must see for everyone. Highly recommended!
I love Wroclaw dwarves, they are so imaginative. I must come back here to see them all!

Questions and answers

How long does Panorama Raclawicka sightseeing take?

It is about 45 min to 1 h. When we count entering procedures.

How long does it take to see africarium and the zoo?

Wrocław zoo (in which Africarium is a part) is the biggest zoo in Poland. You can easily spent there a whole day and still not to see everything. This is why we recommend visiting Africarium part as the newest and very interesting and then stroll into the areas of the museum that has your favourite animals.

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