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Overview

Wroclaw, pronounced 'vrots-wahf' by you and me, is Poland's fourth largest city. Despite not being as well-known as Kraków and Warsaw, this up-for-anything city will certainly not disappoint. Wroclaw is situated on the Oder River and has a wealth of hidden history to explore. Previously titled 2016 European Capital of Culture, Wroclaw is hosting the World Games this year.

At the centre of Wroclaw's Old Town, Rynek, you'll find the popular medieval Market Square. It's second only to Kraków’s in size. Here you'll find a lively atmosphere encompassed in beautiful historic architecture. Wroclaw's Market Square is a great place to relax, enjoy a drink in the sun or dine at an authentic Polish restaurant. Pod Fredra is a firm favourite with tourists and locals alike. 

Enjoy strolling around one of Europe's most attractive cities, and marvel at the stunning sights, or venture down the hidden cobbled lanes. Even on a grey winter's day, this charming city is brought to life by its vibrant colours.

Słodowa Island is a fantastic place to spend an afternoon. Located on Odra River, the island is a lush green space, visited by many each year.  

The Christmas period makes any city come alive and that goes without saying in Wroclaw. The Polish Christmas Markets are similar to something out of a fairytale! Expect the aroma of gingerbread cookies and mulled wine, with plenty of stalls and entertainment to enjoy, including a visit from Santa Claus himself. 

If you are looking for a unique city break, with a bustling nightlife made up of 135,000 university students, then Wroclaw is definitely for you. Book your next adventure from Leeds Bradford Airport today. 

 

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Summer 2018 flights commence on 05.04.18