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Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Guided Tour by Electric Car

1. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Guided Tour by Electric Car

Discover the beauty of Wroclaw during a 2-hour electric car tour. See many of the interesting sights and landmarks of the city in a convenient and comfortable way. The itinerary takes visitors to 30 of the most important monuments and attractions of the capital of Lower Silesia. Routes for the tour were prepared by licensed city tour guides and include places such as Saint Elisabeth Church, Jatki, the University of Wrocław, Ossolineum, Market Hall, Piasek Island, Piasek Bridge, Cathedral Island, Botanical Garden, Saint Martin Church, Holy Cross Church, Cathedral, Grunwaldzki Square, Zwierzyniecki Bridge, ZOO, Centennial Hall, Japanese Garden, Iglica, Szczytnicki Park, Wrocław and University of Technology, the National Museum, the House of Old Stock Exchange, and the Salt Market. Commentary on board is available in multiple languages. The high-quality sound system in the electric car makes it possible to learn about the exciting history of the city in the language of your choice.

Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour of Old Town

2. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour of Old Town

Discover the sights of Wroclaw and wander the beautiful old town on this tour. Start at the Marketplace and visit the famous Piwnica Świdnicka restaurant, then head to the Old Town Hall of Wroclaw and to Pranger where you can see parts of the city that have existed since the Middle Ages. See the old city prison, the university, the famous Fontanna Szermierza fountain and the largest marketplace in the city – the Hala Targowa. Visit Wroclaw Cathedral and countless other architectural masterpieces from the 10th to 18th centuries. Learn more about the legends of the city's landmarks and wander along the promenade back to the marketplace.

Wroclaw: Multimedia Fountain Evening Show

3. Wroclaw: Multimedia Fountain Evening Show

Meet at Plac Solny and be transferred through historic Old Town and Cathedral Island to reach the show at Szczytnicki Park. Pass by several notable landmarks on the way to the show. Upon arrival, enjoy a spectacular 25-minute fountain show at the largest installation of its kind in Poland. See a variety of animations and images projected onto the water jets. With over 800 lights, 300 water projectors, and 3 fire jets, witness a colorful audio-visual performance. After the show, hop back on the bus and be returned to Plac Solny.

Wroclaw: Third Reich and World War Two Historical Tour

4. Wroclaw: Third Reich and World War Two Historical Tour

Meet your friendly guide at Monopol Hotel then set out on your guided tour of Wroclaw. Begin with an introduction into Wroclaw's past, and learn about how the city once belonged to Germany until the end of World War Two. Discover how during the siege between February and May 1945, most of the city’s buildings were damaged or destroyed, leaving only the partially rebuilt infrastructure you see today. The tour has been designed to showcase the city’s most important historical landmarks, and provide an insight into what life might have been like here during the war. Highlights of the tour include the former Gestapo building, Wolności Square, White Stork Synagogue, Dietrich Benchoffer Memorial, University Church, Ossolineum Garden, Sand Island, Cathedral Island, and more. Throughout the tour, listen to your guide share fascinating facts about Wroclaw’s history under German rule, as well as information about city’s Jewish heritage and the Holocaust. You’ll also discover the changes that came about with the end of the war, and how the city transformed itself afterwards.

Wroclaw: Food & Vodka Culture Tour with Local Guide

5. Wroclaw: Food & Vodka Culture Tour with Local Guide

Explore Wroclaw on a food and vodka culture walking tour with a local guide. Stop at pubs and restaurants in the city and enjoy up to five different Polish vodkas including a shot with traditional Polish snacks. Learn about Polish drinking culture from a local. After meeting your guide, head off on your adventure to several pubs and restaurants in Wroclaw. As you explore Polish cuisine, listen to stories from your guide and feel free to ask any questions you have about Poland and its drinking scene.

Wrocław: Jewish Heritage and History Private Tour

6. Wrocław: Jewish Heritage and History Private Tour

Begin your tour in the Market Square of Wrocław's Old Town. Admire the beautiful old Jewish department stores elegantly constructed in the Art Nouveau style as you take a stroll through the district. Stop at the Barash Department Store. This gorgeous business built in 1904 and located within a building called “Phoenix,” stands as the crown jewel of the Old Town. Along the way, stop and pause at the “Stolpersteine” or stones in the pavement that commemorate the victims of the Nazi regime. Journey to ul. Meadow, the street where the largest synagogue in Na Wygonie once stood. The synagogue there was once a significant place of worship for the Reform Judaism movement. Members of this sect mitigated certain religious restrictions, allowing them to achieve an active public life in German society, while at the same time maintaining their religious devotion. Tragically, the synagogue was destroyed during the Kristallnacht in 1938. Explore the Jewish Quarter and see the former Jewish Theater as well as the Ghetto Heroes' Memorial in Plac Bohaterów Getta. Enter the courtyard of the White Stork Synagogue. Many concerts and exhibitions take place at this important center of Jewish culture. Next door is the Little Synagogue which surrounded on three sides by the offices of the Wrocław Jewish Community. Your tour ends in the Jewish Quarter, where if you choose, you can have lunch at one of the neighborhoods many Jewish restaurants for an additional 12€.

Wroclaw: Old Town Walking Tour With a Local Expert

7. Wroclaw: Old Town Walking Tour With a Local Expert

Discover Wroclaw, a city with more than a thousand years of history, which has changed its name more than thirty times. Throughout the centuries the city was under the Polish, Bohemian, Habsburg and German authorities. This tour provides an overview of Wroclaw, which can serve as an encouragement for you to explore the city on your own. This tour is a classic itself and at the same time a solid introduction to the city. During this tour you get the chance to see the most important buildings and places in the city center – the Old Town Hall, the Market Square, the Salt Square, the Pillory, the Elizabeth Church, the Old Prison, the University’s main building, the Ossolinski National Library, the Market Hall and the oldest part of the city: the Cathedral Island. These places will help you get to know the rich and complicated history of the city and find out how Wroclaw has changed in the course of time.

Wroclaw: Guided City Night Tour

8. Wroclaw: Guided City Night Tour

The old town of Wroclaw is beautifully lit with numerous gas lanterns. All the lanterns are lit by hand each day with the Darkbreak of one "Latarnik", one after the other. This sets the scene for your picturesque and informative tour around the city of Breslau. Your tour will start at the market square, where you will meet your fun and informative guide at the entrance to the restaurant Schweidnitzer Keller, at the town hall. With your guide you will take a stroll around this picturesque market square, making sure to take a brief visit to the Elisabeth Church. Next, you will take a stroll in the direction of the university, en-route, take a stop at the Fencing Fountain.  Continue on your journey to visit such landmark sites as the old Matthias Gymnasium, the Baroque Garden, the Old Town Mart Hall, and the Sand Bridge to the Sand Island. On the way, you will also get to see the Dompanorma from the Schiffanlegestelle an der Oder. Next, visit Cathedral Island and marvel at its numerous churches and the Wroclaw St. John's Cathedral. Depending on the desires of the group, your tour will end at the Lessingsbrücke or at the dock, where the night gondola rides depart from.

Wroclaw: Half-Day Old Town and Alternative City Tour

9. Wroclaw: Half-Day Old Town and Alternative City Tour

During the first part of the tour, see the most important buildings and places in the city center, including the Old Town Hall, the Market Square, the Salt Square, the Pillory, the Elizabeth Church, the Old Prison, the University’s main building, the Ossolinski National Library, the Market Hall and the oldest part of the city, the Cathedral Island. Get to know the rich and complicated history of the city and find out how Wroclaw has changed in the course of time. In the second part of this tour, visit the one and only Nadodrze District, full of places where many directors, including Steven Spielberg, made war movies, and street artists from all over the world created their works. Find out how the city council has been trying to change this neighborhood for the last years, and see the current state of gentrification. Compare the new with the old, hip pubs versus shops with cheap alcohol and one-armed bandits, young, well-educated people versus modest living retirees. This diverse mixture and these contrasts are the mark of Nadodrze. Today, Nadodrze is also well-known for small galleries run by young, local artists, crafts companies and projects of the social economy. Walk in this neighborhood until you're hungry. Nadodrze also offers one of the best bakeries and ice cream parlors in the city. 

From Krakow: Private Guided Tour of Wroclaw

10. From Krakow: Private Guided Tour of Wroclaw

Discover everything Wroclaw has to offer on a full-day private tour from Krakow. Choose from train or car transportation and see all of the city's main sights. Upon arrival to Wroclaw, enjoy a walking tour of the Old Town with a local guide. See sights such as the Town Hall, Iglica monument, and the District of Four Denominations. Follow your guide to the buildings of Wroclaw University. Marvel at the beauty of Bastion Ceglarski and Panorama Raclawicka as you stroll along the Odra River before arriving at St. Adalbert's Church. Enjoy a visit to the interior of the church and witness its impressive architecture and stained glass windows. Cross the city's many bridges to see Slodowa and Piasek island. Walk across Tumski Bridge to enter the oldest part of the city, Cathedral Island. Here, soak up the area's rich history and admire the medieval architecture. Visit the magnificent Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Finish your tour with a traditional tram ride to the Centennial Hall. Afterward, your guide will bring you to the train station or to meet your driver for the journey back to Krakow.

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Overall rating

4.9 / 5

based on 124 reviews

We booked last minute and had a fantastic time, our guide Aga was so lovely and informative, thank you for showing us your beautiful city, highly recommend booking. Thank you Aga you were amazing!

Excellent tour lots of info and Michal is an engaging and knowledgeable guide, also do not miss the scooter tour absolutely brilliant fun!

Excellent driver/guide,very informative with excellent spoken English Highly recommended

Everything was amazing, Aga was very helpful and nice, we enjoyed our tour very much

A great option to get to know Wrocław. Great people, nice atmosphere. I recommend