posted September 4, 2014 in category Renting Zone's Guide to Wroclaw
You have chosen Wroclaw - congratulations! I know for sure that you are not going to regret this decision, no matter if you plan on working, studying here or just popping for a short holiday. Wroclaw is a remarkable city - full of mysteries and charm, but also buzzing with life and unrepeatable atmosphere.
Own a car? You’re lucky!
Do you want to get to Wroclaw by car? Nothing easier - GPS will guide you to the very Market Square. And the access roads form Dresden, Berlin, or Cracow are very good (A4 highway). Just remember that you are charged at toll barriers for Polish highways. If you don’t have any zlotys, don’t worry - you can also pay with a credit card. If you choose to travel like that - you are the master - you decide on the time and the route. Lower Silesia is one of the most beautiful regions of Poland, so it is worth to plan a few stops and go sightseeing on your way to Wroclaw.
Plane is obviously the quickest way to get to Wroclaw. So, if you want to try some no-frills airlines, you should, as Ryanair and Wizzair fly our city.
They keep opening new routes, but now you can find direct flights from:
Wizzair - London, Paris, Oslo, Dortmund, Doncaster, Eindhoven
Ryanair - Alicante, Bologna, Bristol, Dublin, Barcelona, Malaga, Milan, Rome and London.
If you don’t mind stopovers, the list of cities form which you can get to Wroclaw is even longer. If you want to get cheap to the city center just take a bus 406 (3pln).
Do you have airline connection to other large Polish city? Or maybe you travel form Vienna, Bratislava, Prague or Berlin? Polski bus [‘Polish bus’ - company name] is a great, convenient way to get to Wroclaw. The buses are modern, usually very punctual, offer free WIFI... and are cheap! The ticket price you can get with them is as low as 1 PLN, but even you make a spontaneous decision about the trip, the price still should not exceed 50 PLN one way. Another great advantage is the fact that you don’t have to worry about the luggage - you can pack everything you need without worring about the costs (2 bags are included)! To check connections or buy a ticket, click here: Polski Bus
You can also get to Wroclaw by train... which I do not recommend. Ticket prices are more expensive to those of Polski bus and trains do not offer such a good comfort of travel. But there is plenty of legroom in the train, which may be important if you are on a long journey. Unfortunately, the train’s punctuality can never be guaranteed. Nevertheless, if you have a lot of luggage, it may be your best option. To check connections or buy a ticket, click here: PKP Timetable
It really doesn’t matter how - the important thing is that you will be in Wroclaw soon. I’m sure you’ll fall in love with this city, as we all did! And you’ll do your best to stay here as long as possible. Following articles published on our profile will provide you with some tips on where to find good food in reasonable prices, how to find housing easily, how to get around the city, and what are the places you must visit!