Don’t miss the opportunity to discover the fascinating city of Wroclaw and get immersed in its history, canals and Polish essence.
Come explore one of the most significant Nazi concentration camps with our guided visit to Auschwitz II-Birkenau. Do you dare?
¿Te apetece un paseo por el río Oder? ven a descubrir los orígenes de Breslavia y los puentes que abrazan las islas de Polonia
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The Polish city has different attractions that go beyond its historic center and we can guide you to them with our excursions and tours such as the islands or Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp from Wroclaw.
It is very likely that your flight will arrive at Wroclaw airport even if it is not your destination, this is due to its geographical location, close to Prague, Berlin, Warsaw or Krakow. Take the opportunity to see the sights of Wroclaw before leaving it in the hands of our local guides! If, on the other hand, your purpose is to travel to Wroclaw, you are in luck, we give you an answer to what to see in Wroclaw.
In Wroclaw you will find buildings from the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Modern Age. But, without a doubt, what will fascinate you the most is its history in World War II because it served as a war industry by staying away from the fronts.
Find out how Hitler wanted to keep this fortress as the utmost importance and how the Soviets took it more strongly in January 1945 because of this latest affirmation of the Third Reich.
Breslavia or Wroclaw? Most people know it by its name in Polish, and for being the venue for the European Football Championship in 2012 or the European Capital of Culture in 2016 together with San Sebastián.
But not everything was going to be wars and monuments, Wroclaw university is a great source of visitors to the city for Erasmus. It is a young city that encourages going out at any time of the day and in any weather.
The Wroclaw market, the City Hall, Rynek or the Salt Square make Wroclaw an essential destination that mixes Jewish culture between its streets or its Ostrów Tumski Island.
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