Wroclaw City Tour

Every year Wroclaw attracts more and more tourists. We encourage you to take part in an extended version of the Wroclaw Old Town walking tour during which you will not only have the chance to admire the beautiful Market Square, architecture, Cathedral Island and many bridges but also visit the Centennial Hall which is absolutely very important site on the tourist map of the city you simply must see. We guarantee you will be impressed with this building which is one of the most important architectural monuments of the early 20th century.

We offer private Wroclaw City Tours on request

Tour itinerary:

  1. meeting our private city guide in chosen language at your hotel at chosen time (if your hotel is located too far from Old Town, we suggest a meeting point in the centre or at additional cost we can provide private transfer service)
  2. walking tour of Old Town in Wroclaw up to 3 hours total that includes all important sites of this district of the city:
  • Old Market Square – the heart of the city, one of the biggest and most impressive markets in Poland
  • Town Hall – a unique building in Gothic style, one of the Wroclaw’s significant landmarks at the Old Market Square
  • Salt Market – the point where salt and other goods were traded in medieval times and even later until 19th century
  • St. Elizabeth’s Church – even though this church had a turbulent history (it was destroyed during WW2 and burnt in a mysterious fire later then), it is in a good condition and one of Wroclaw’s most impressive buildings which is obligatory to see
  • Stare Jatki lane – here you will find the Memorial of Slaughtered Animals which reminds the lane’s function in the past
  • Tenement houses “Jas” & “Malgosia” / ‘Hansel & Gretel’ – two thin connected buildings called after the Grimm Brothers story ‘Hansel & Gretel’ who remind a couple holding hands
  • City prison on Wiezienna Street – built for prisoners of lower state and for prisoners that were sentenced to death
  • University of Wroclaw – main building in Baroque style called Collegium Maximum – University Church of the Blessed Name of Jesus – said to be a jewel of the Silesian architecture created by the Jesuits – Ossolineum Palace – a remarkable symbol of the Baroque architecture containing libraries and national archives
  • Nankier Square – the location of the Hochberg’s Chapel – built in 1723-1728; it is a marvel of Baroque architecture and adornment
  • Market Hall – an indoor marketplace with a large assortment of fresh fruits, vegetables, daily products etc.
  • Sand Island – one of the 12 islands on which Wroclaw lays; it is said to be the most attractive one thanks to its architecture
  • Ostrow Tumski – “Cathedral Island” – at the beginning it used to be an island between the two branches of the Odra River; here the history of Wroclaw began
  • St. John’s Baptist Cathedral – located in the mentioned Ostrow Tumski area, the center of the Roman Catholic Church; built in Gothic style with elements of the Neo-Gothic additions; it is worth visiting the cathedral inside to see the beautiful statues and paintings

3. approx 25 min. drive by tram from Old Town area to the Centennial Hall – one of Wroclaw’s most popular tourist attractions, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 2006; designed by the talented architect Max Berg in 1911-13 (during the times when Wroclaw belonged to Germany) as a multifunctional recreational building for cultural and sport events
4. visiting the Centennial Hall and the area around it for up to 45 minutes where you will see:

  • interactive exhibition about the history of the Centennial Hall during which you can get to know the architect of the Centennial Hall himself – Max Berg and also look at places inaccessible to visitors, and what is most exciting, soar high above the Hall and Spire to see the Centennial Hall complex from above and see the unbelievable panorama of Wroclaw
  • Szczytnicki Park – one of the oldest city parks in Europe; in its area you will find the historical complex of the Centennial Hall, the historic pergola, the Wroclaw Multimedia Fountain, etc.
  • Wroclaw Fountain – the largest in Poland and one of the largest in Europe (almost 1 ha); situated in the picturesque landscape of the Szczytnicki Park, next to the historic Hala Stulecia complex and the Wroclaw Congress Center
  • Pergola – a half-elliptical structure, 640 meters long, built in 1913 as an integral part of the Centennial Hall exhibition grounds; it consists of 750 columns joined by trellises, which are overgrown with lush vines; it surrounds the Wroclaw Multimedia Fountain

5. approx 25 min. drive back by tram from Centennial Hall to he Old Town

Whole tour lasts approx 4,5 hours

Prices:

  • 580 PLN per person (1 person)
  • 310 PLN per person (2 persons)
  • 230 PLN per person (3 persons)
  • 190 PLN per person (4 persons)
  • 170 PLN per person (5 persons)
  • 160 PLN per person (6 persons)
  • 150 PLN per person (7 persons)
  • Contact us (8 persons or more)

What is included?:

  • service of professional private city guide in chosen language for up to 4,5 hours sightseeing city tour of Wroclaw according to itinerary above
  • entrance tickets to the Centennial Hall
  • public tram tickets both ways

This private tour is available in following languages:
English, Spanish, German, Italian, French, Russian and others

*some languages may be subject of availability and prices can vary

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