First you will visit the Old Town of Wroclaw, splendidly reconstructed after World War II, where you can admire a fine example of the Gothic architecture – the Town Hall of Wroclaw. Have a stroll around until you reach the impressive Museum of Wroclaw University. Get inside and discover beautifully decorated interiors.
Then you'll visit the most important sight of this former island, the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. Be impressed by Gothic architecture and the largest pipe organ in Poland. See the bridge which is cherished by lovers who embellish it with locks commemorating their love.
Lastly, the tour will take you to the Centennial Hall, an enormous building listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Built in the early 20th-century it is a place of important events, exhibitions and congresses. Just outside you will find an illuminated fountain, one of the biggest in Europe. It has 300 water jets, which create geysers, water mists, spurts and many other shapes.
Transportation by car/minibus
Pickup from your hotel
Group guided tour in Wroclaw in English (or other language if requested in advance)
Entrance fee to University Museum (Leopoldine Hall, Oratorium Marianum, Mathematical Tower) and Centennial Hall
Traditional Polish lunch (soup, main course, water) in local restaurant
The university museum is closed on Wednesdays
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund