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Overview

Wrocław is one of the biggest and most significant cities in Poland. No wonder, a few very interesting art museums have been located in this agglomeration. Discover painting illusion marvels in Racławice Panorama rotunda and Leopoldina Lecture Hall of Wrocław's University and also stroll among outstanding pieces of art in Wrocław National Museum and City's Museum in Wrocław's Royal Palace. Enjoy your day filled with beauty and the best artist's creations!

Number of days/duration

1

Included meals

Lunch on request

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

1 city

Group size

10-50

Trip pace

Calm

Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*

Itinerary

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What's included

Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Tour guide, driver

Entrance fees to

National Museum, Racławice Panorama, Leopoldina Lecture Hall, City's Museum

Transport

Coach

Pickup place

Your hotel/hostel in Wrocław

Drop off place

Your hotel/hostel in Wrocław

Language offered

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

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

City tour

Not included

Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections
Wrocław's Art Collections

General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Staemboat cruise in Wrocław

Staemboat cruise in Wrocław

In Wrocław tourists are welcome to take part in passenger steamboat cruises. There are a few possible routes to enjoy on a voyage. Visitors can see places such as The Sand Island, National Museum, Peace Bridge, Grunwaldzki Bridge, Zoo Harbour and many more.

Ostrów Tumski, Wrocław

Ostrów Tumski, Wrocław

Ostrów Tumski is the oldest, historic part of Wrocław. It was created in the area of crossings on the Odra River, between the estuaries of the rivers - Oława in the south, Ślęza and Widawa in the north. One of the most beautiful monuments of Ostrów Tumski is the Gothic cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Church of the Holy Cross. A popular meeting place and tourist attraction is the Tumski Bridge between Wyspa Piaskowa and Ostrów, also k...

Architecture Museum Wrocław

Architecture Museum Wrocław

Museum of Architecture in Wrocław 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...

Centennial Hall

Centennial Hall

The historic Centennial Exhibition Complex includes Wrocław’s only UNESCO site, the country’s oldest zoo, the tranquil Japanese Garden, the tourist-luring Pergola Fountain and the newly renovated Four Dome Pavilion. It was constructed according to the plans of architect Max Berg in 1911–1913, when the city was part of the German Empire. Max Berg designed Centennial Hall to serve as a multi functional structure to host exhibitions, concerts, th...

Four Domes Pavilion, Wrocław

Four Domes Pavilion, Wrocław

The Four Domes Pavilion (Polish: Pawilon Czterech Kopuł, Wrocław) was built in 1912-1913. It is part of the exhibition complex around the Centennial Hall. On June 25, 2016, the Museum of Contemporary Art, a new branch of the National Museum in Wrocław, was opened here. It presents a collection of Polish contemporary art with the works of the most outstanding artists of the second half of the 20th century and the beginning of our century. The m...

Wrocław Town Hall

Wrocław Town Hall

The Town Hall in Wrocław is a famous monument in the Gothic style. It is a historical building that has survived to our times since the 13th century. For hundreds of years, it served as the seat of city authorities and the judiciary of Wrocław. Today, the town hall houses a branch of the Wrocław City Museum - the Museum of Town Art. Permanent exhibitions that can be seen in the town hall are: the Gallery of Famous Wrocławians, Masterpieces of ...

A Train to the Sky

A Train to the Sky

A 2010 artistic installation by Andrzej Jarodzki representing a dream coming true, crossing the border of impossible. The installation is made of a real 1944 Steam engine locomotive TY2-1035 pointed directly at the sky and part of the railroad tracks with 32 metal ties. Some with the names of people supporting the project. The entire installation is 21 metres high and weighs as much as 82 tonnes, which makes it the largest city sculpture in Po...

Stare Jatki, Wrocław

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...

In memory of Animals Slaughtered

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 ...

"Anonymous Pedestrian" monument in Wrocław

Pomnik Anonimowego Przechodnia (Monument to Anonymous Pedestrian) is located on both sides of Świdnicka Street at the intersection with Piłsudskiego Street. The monument consists of fourteen natural-size bronze figures. Visitors will see a mother with a child and an old woman with a cane, a woman with groceries, a man with a suitcase and ten other ordinary passersby. Some of the sculptures are visible in their entirety, while others go into th...

Wrocław Opera

Wrocław Opera

The Wrocław Opera (Polish: Opera Wrocławska) 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, pr...

Sky Tower Viewpoint, Wrocław

Sky Tower Viewpoint, Wrocław

Sky Tower (Polish: Taras Widokowy Sky Tower Wrocław) 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 ...

Reviews

National Museum in Wroclaw has lots of different galleries, rather than just one or two themes, which we found good as we're not specifically into any form of art but just came for a nose around. Raclawice Panorama was much more entertaining than I expected. This was not my choice to pay the visit, but it was certainly a unique experience and worth the money along with a handful of museums locally.
Arthur
Wow! National Museum in Wroclaw is one of the best museums I ever visited. The building itself, lightning, the way the exhibits are installed and of course all those plenty of drawings and statues. Plan a lot of time and wear comfortable shoes because it is really big. I also enjoyed Panorama and Leopoldina Hall. City Museum shows mostly religious art pieces (mainly altars) are shows on the ground floor, the city history is displayed on the other floors. This museum is housed in the former Royal Palace of the Prussian kings and most of the rooms on the second floor have been restored to their 19th century appearance. The palace gardens are nice for a small walk as well.
Noah
What a beautiful ivy covered red brick exterior National Museum has. Outside the front entrance there are two life-size old bronze sculptures, on the right its of German artist Albrecht Dürer, I believe the other on the left is of Michelangelo. The extensive collection inside features lots of Christian religious artworks, paintings, sculptures and some photography. The interior courtyard with skylights are impressive. The museum's rear is located right by the river and there are some modern sculptures and some seats to sit and relax. Raclawice Panorama is just opposite museum and is very unusual so a must see as well. Words cannot describe this mural.This is the best exhibit I have ever had the privilege to see.The 30 minutes time slot that you are given is not enough to take the full beauty of this. Excellent,if ever there was reason to visit Wroclaw then this is it.
Emma

Questions and answers

Can you arrange dinner somewhere in the centre after sightseeing as well?

Yes, of course. Please contact one of our group coordinators and he or she will send you the list of our recommended restaurants and their group menus.

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