Why You Should Visit Wroclaw
Wroclaw is a beautiful city in Poland that still retains much of its medieval charm with a well preserved historic center complemented by many excellent modern cultural attractions. The best place to start off your adventure in the city is in the Old Town area where you will find most of the significant landmarks in Wroclaw like the Market Square which is considered the center of life in the city - as well as its many interesting sights, the area stays alive during the night with its many bars and clubs. You may consider venturing to the Midtown district just outside the Old Town which still has an ancient charm to it with its many historic mansions and beautiful parks and gardens. Perhaps the most stunning architectural gem in Wroclaw is the circular Centennial Hall which was granted World Heritage Status and hosts many musical and theatrical events each year.
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Arriving In Wroclaw
Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport is located around 10 km outside of the city and is comprised of two passenger terminals. Once you have arrived at the airport, you can use public transport to journey into the city with buses available, although there are also plenty of taxis if you would rather get to your destination directly. Alternatively you could consider renting a car in Wroclaw. Inside the airport you will find a few cafés and eateries alongside duty-free shopping, while there is also an airport lounge available if you would rather wait for your flights in luxury.
Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport primarily handles flights to and from European destinations, many of which are on a seasonal basis. If you are looking to travel from the UAE to Wroclaw you will not be able to make the journey without a stopover as there are no airlines providing direct flights from the UAE.
Wroclaw Travel Information
Poland is in the Schengen Area which allows UAE nationals to travel to the country without a visa for up to 90 days. In Wroclaw you can expect warm summers with average highs of around 25 degrees during July and August, although temperatures get very cold and often drop below freezing over the winter months. Although Poland is a part of the EU, the currency utilized in the country is the Polish zloty and not the Euro so make sure you change to the right currency.
* This information is correct as of October 2017
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