Travel to Wrocław and Poland
As a member state of the European Union, Poland is a part of the Schengen Area. Citizens of the European Union and many other countries do not require a visa for entering Poland. However, we recommend consulting these webpages for more information: entering Poland, visa free countries.
Wrocław Nicolaus Copernicus Airport (WRO) serves a number of international and Polish connections. Many of the flights arriving in Wrocław are operated via Frankfurt, Munich or Warsaw. To find convenient flights try visiting websites of the airlines operating in Wrocław:LOT, Lufthansa, SAS, Eurowings, Ryanair, Wizzair, or use a flight search engine such as Skyscanner.
Taxis are available from the airport. The journey to the city centre will cost around 50-60 PLN (which is about 15 EURO) and will take between 15 and 45 minutes depending on the traffic. Some telephone numbers to taxi companies can be found at this page. There is also the bus line 106 which connects the airport to the Wrocław main train station in the city center.
The Wrocław main station (Wrocław Główny in Polish) operates trains to many Polish and European cities. Check this page for convenient connections.
Road travel by car
The city is linked by the motorway A4 with Dresden and Berlin to the west and Kraków to the east. There is also the expressway S8 which reaches Warsaw. All other Polish and European cities are of course reachable from Wrocław, however not necessarily via a highway system.
Road travel by bus
Many Polish and European towns and cities have a direct bus connection with Wrocław. You can consult e.g. e-podroznik.
Wrocław is well served by a public transportation system consisting of buses and trams. One can check the connections on jakdojade.pl, on google maps, or on MPK Wrocław site .