WEEKEND IN WROCŁAW
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Day 1 Arrival in WROCŁAW
Arrival at the airport in Wrocław (Copernicus Wrocław Airport). Transfer to the hotel. Check-in. Evening walk round the beautifully-illuminated Main Square in Wrocław. Welcome dinner at one of the restaurants in the Old Town.
Day 2 WROCŁAW – Boat Cruise
Breakfast. Guided city tour in Wrocław named the "city of a hundred bridges". Along the route of the walk: Main Square, where the Town Hall is located, surrounded by historical tenements, the building of the University of Wrocław with its Baroque lecture hall: Leopoldin's Hall. Leisure time to relax and go souvenir shopping. Later, a drive to see the Racławice Panorama – a 114 metre-long monumental painting from the 19th century, placed in a specially-built rotunda. After sightseeing, a boat cruise on the Odra River, followed by a dinner at a restaurant near the Main Square. Return to the hotel and overnight in Wrocław.
Day 3 WROCŁAW – Ostrów Tumski / Departure from Wrocław
Breakfast. Check-out. Drive to the Ostrów Tumski Island and visit to the Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist from the 13th century. Transfer to the airport.
Additional Tourist and Cultural Attractions of Wrocław and Surrounding Areas:
- The most beautiful garden in Wrocław: the Botanic Garden, known as an oasis of beauty and peace, is one of the greatest attractions of the city. The garden can be boast more than 7,500 plant species, which enchant visitors with a palette of thousands of colours during every season of the year. One can also visit the Japanes Garden.
- The Centennial Hall - a gigantic building created by Max Berg. It was one of the world's first reinforced concrete structures, erected in 1913 at the centenary of the Battle of the Nations at Leipzig. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
- Książ – a monumental castle from the 13th century, and the third largest castle in Poland. The underground passages are a source of excitement for treasure hunters. There is a choice of several visiting routes.
- Trzebnica – Cistercian Abbey, and place of pilgrimages associated with the cult of St. Hedwig, one of the twelve greatest monuments of 13th-century sacral architecture in Europe.
- Złoty Stok – the only underground gold museum in Europe. The trip includes a guided tour of the “Gertruda” Drift with the secret “Drift of Death”, “Czarna” Drift with the only Polish underground waterfall, the Museum of Minerals and the Mint.
- Kłodzko Valley - a well-known Polish SPA resort with such famous spas as Polanica, Duszniki, Kudowa and Kłodzko.
- Wambierzyce - known as the Silesian Jerusalem, an important sanctuary devoted to Our Lady in Lower Silesia. It includes the early 18th century Basilica of the Visitation of Our Lady with very interesting Baroque architecture. In the village there is also a movable nativity scene with more than 800 figures.
Price on request
2 nights in a twin room in 3* hotel in the city centre of Wrocław
- 2 x breakfast
- 2 x dinner
- Sightseeing programme including service of an English speaking local guide
- Entrance fees: Racławice Panorama, Boat Cruise on the Odra River
- Transfers from/to the airport and transportation by bus according to the programme
- Assistance of a proffesional English speaking tour leader