Located in south-western Poland at the foot of the Sudetes, on the Odra River, the historic city of Lower Silesia is rich in greenery and numerous parks. For this reason, it is considered the greenest city in Poland, and next to Krakow and Gdansk is also considered the most beautiful. A great convenience for tourists is the fact that all monuments are located in the city center which allows you to visit them. The flagship of the city is undoubtedly the city hall located on the Wrocław market square. It is preserved to the present day in the best condition. Currently, the City Hall has its branch office of the Wroclaw City Museum (The Museum of Bourgeois Art). The city can also boast itself with the rich cultural and entertainment facilities – theaters, opera, philharmonic hall, museums and galleries. There are many events in Wroclaw that are organized cyclically. One of them is the festival of reggae music “One Love Festival”, which takes place in the Wroclaw Centennial Hall. It is also worth mentioning the Stage Song Contest and the „Jazz on the Oder” Festival. Wroclaw is also a great industrial, commercial and service center as well as a transport hub.
Train to Wroclaw
The train station is located within the centre. Two important railway lines pass through the station. Local connections are serviced here, amongst others, Poznan, Gdansk, Szczecin, including faster lines (Pendolino) to Jelenia Gora, Opole, Czestochowa and Warsaw, for example and international connections to Prague, Drezno or Berlin.
How to book train ticket online
The railway tickets online for PKP Pendolino, Intercity and TLK and other train connections may be acquired through PolishTrains webside.
- The Main Market
- St. John the Baptist Cathedral
- The National Museum
- Racławice Panorama
- Wroclaw Opera
- Centennial Hall
- Wroclaw Fountain
- Japanese Garden