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Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Electric Car Tour with Audio Guide

1. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Electric Car Tour with Audio Guide

Start your trip after your driver picks you up from the meeting point. Then drive through Wroclaw in a comfortable and environmentally-friendly electric car, and explore the history and attractions of the city. Start at Blücherplatz, one of Wroclaw's largest flower markets. First, discover the surroundings of the market square, starting with the Jewish Quarter and the White Stork Synagogue. Continue your trip to St. Elizabeth's Church, and find the famous Wroclaw dwarfs and the big meatbanks with the animal monument made of copper. See the Old Town Prison and Wroclaw University with its Fencer Fountain. Learn more about the students from Wroclaw before moving on to the Red Cross Monastery. Admire the Matthias Gymnasium and the Breslauer Pier, which is a perfect starting point for a subsequent boat or gondola ride on the Oder. Discover Cathedral Island and St. John's Cathedral. While driving over the Lessing Bridge, take a look at the Kaiserbrücke and the Wasserturm. Lastly, see the Iglica, which, together with the Jahrhunderthalle, is the symbol of the city. Then, travel back over the Oder promenade, and past the gondola bay and the National Museum. Drive over the shoe bridge to St. Maria Magdalena church and hear the legend of the poor sinner bell and the witches' bridge. After the Schweidnitzer Straße and the Wroclaw Opera, you finally reach your starting point again and end your tour.

Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour by Electric Car

2. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour by Electric Car

Drive through Wroclaw in an electric car and discover the history and attractions of the city in a comfortable and environmentally friendly way. Start the tour at the Market Square, one of the largest flower markets of Wroclaw. First, explore the area surrounding the marketplace, starting with the Jewish quarter with the White Stork Synagogue, then continue on to St. Elizabeth’s Church, home of the famous Wroclaw dwarfs and the large butchers’ stalls with a copper monument to the animals. See the old city jail and the University of Wroclaw with the Fencer Fountain. Learn more about the Wroclaw students before continuing on to the Monastery of the Knights of the Cross with the Red Star. Admire the Matthias High School and Wroclaw Pier, which is the perfect starting point for a boat or gondola ride on the Oder River. Explore Cathedral Island and visit the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, where you can see the Baroque Chapel of St. Elizabeth and the Elector’s Chapel. Drive over the Peace Bridge and take a look at Grunwaldzki Bridge and the Water Tower. Afterwards, see the Iglica, which represents the landmark of the city together with the Centennial Hall. At the Pergola, find a multimedia fountain with water displays late into the night. Then, head back along the Oder promenade, passing by Gondola’s Bay and the National Museum. Drive along Szewska Street to St. Mary Magdalene Church and hear the legend of the Poor Sinner Bell and the Witches’ Bridge. Head down Świdnicka Street and past Wroclaw Opera to return back to the marketplace.

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Overall rating

4.6 / 5

based on 82 reviews

Our very first Tram Tour proved to be a fascinating and unique experience and very informative of many interesting places to visit in Wroclaw. The guide was excellent and the tram driver drove the old tram through many streets changing the tram rail points on numerous occasions by having to get off the tram with a lever!

Super nice, helpful and individual city guides

Highly recommended, for example, great consideration was given to our aunt with restricted mobility and she always helped. It's great that the environment, the residents and the guests are protected here with e-mobiles.

We were a group of 12 people and had booked the small tram. It was a great and informative tour. The tram was heated and everyone had a seat. We can recommend this tour.

A relaxed trip but with many attractions. A lot of helpful information and interesting facts from history. I highly recommend

Such a Great guide full of knowledge of Wroclaws history. Very very nice guy