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Słodowa Island: Our most recommended tours and activities

Wrocław: Old Town and Ostró Electric Scooter Tour

1. Wrocław: Old Town and Ostró Electric Scooter Tour

Explore Wroclaw on an electric scooter and take in the historic parks, royal residences, and the amazing view of the Oder River. Follow your guide around the scenic Old Town, pass by Słodowa Island, and see the many famous landmarks, such as Wroclaw Cathedral. Start with a quick safety training session, then put on your helmet and hop onto your electric scooter to start exploring the town. Follow your guide to the best spots around the city. See the stunning neo-Gothic architecture of Wroclaw Cathedral, one of the most famous landmarks of the town. Also, glide around the historic Old Town, which dates back to the thirteenth century, and see the famous Market Square and its many monuments. Pass by Wrocław Market Hall, a food hall built between 1906 and 1908. Marvel at the gnomes, fountain, and Tumski bridge, a steel bridge built in 1889.

Wrocław: Ostrów Tumski Electric Scooter Tour

2. Wrocław: Ostrów Tumski Electric Scooter Tour

Take this alternative route and explore the island of Ostrów Tumski - the most ancient part of Wrocław! Take a trip down the memory lane to learn about the life and crafts of citizens throughout the centuries - their everyday stories and struggles. It is also a place extremely experienced with fights and military conflicts - this tour literally makes you feel like you’re there!

From Warsaw: Full-Day Private Wroclaw Tour

3. From Warsaw: Full-Day Private Wroclaw Tour

Explore Wroclaw with the convenience of a roundtrip, private transfer in a luxurious Mercedes Benz. Suitable for up to 6 guests, this tour will take you to discover the hidden gems of Wroclaw while learning its history and soaking up its rich atmosphere.  Situated at the foot of the Sudetes, by the Oder river, Wroclaw is an exceptional city of 12 islands connected by more than 100 bridges. Although nearly 70% of its buildings were damaged during the war, many have since been restored or rebuilt, retaining the city's historic charm. Visit the Gothic town hall in Market Square and admire the Gothic-style churches such as the Cathedral of St. Nicholas, St. Cross, and the Virgin Mary on the Sand. Admire the main Baroque buildings of Wroclaw University, all the while keeping an eye out for the Dwarfs of Wroclaw – a series of over 300 small bronze krasnal (gnomes), scattered around the city. Catch the gnomes eating ice cream, withdrawing money from an ATM, and even delivering a pizza on your walk through the city.  Explore Ostrów Tumski (Cathedral Island), the oldest part of the city, and admire the fantastic architecture of the St. John Baptist Cathedral and the Holy Cross church. Venture to Słodowa Island (Malt Island), the greenest of the 6 old town islands and a favorite place for outdoor lounging and summer concerts. Enjoy a walk through this tranquil setting while learning about the city's history and recovery from World War II.  Break for lunch during the tour and return to your coach at the end of the day for the return trip to Warsaw.  

Krakow Private Tour to Wroclaw with Transport and Guide

4. Krakow Private Tour to Wroclaw with Transport and Guide

Poland has a lot of to offer, each city is different and has interesting sights. We want to give you the chance to explore as much as possible. Starting in Krakow you will reach adorable medieval Wroclaw city! Enjoy more than you could expect - comfortable transport, private local guide, great sights and incredible stories. There are two options to adjust your travel preferences - you can choose car or train transport option. Krakow is well-connected with Wroclaw by trains. Take a seat in comfortable train with your friends or family and be picked-up from Wroclaw Train Station by local Wroclaw guide. He will take you to lovely Old Town where you will see Town Hall, Iglica (spire) monument and visit District of Four Denominations with multicultural sacral buildings. Follow the guide and see huge building of Wroclaw University. Walk along Odra river and see interesting Bastion Ceglarski and Panorama Raclawicka. Enter also St. Adalbert's Church known for impressive interior with great stained glasses. Cross bridges to explore multiple small islands as Slodowa or Piasek island. You will see fantastic Tumski Bridge, which is the entrance to the oldest part of city - Ostrow Tumski, also called Cathedral Island. Here you will experience true medieval vibes. Visit magnificent Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and discover all hidden gems around! Take a ride by tram and see also significant Wroclaw sight - the Centennial Hall. After all the guide will bring you to the railway station for a train back to Krakow. For people who prefer travel by car we offer english-speaking driver on route and your guide join you in Wroclaw to show you the best local highlights with comfortable car-transfers between some parts of the city.

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