Arrival Instructions


The Wrocław Nicolaus Copernicus Airport (WRO) is located in the south-west part of Wrocław, about 10 km away from the city centre. A detailed map is provided on the airport's website at  It serves a number of International and Domestic connections, with regular airlines to:

  • Munich, Frankfurt (Lufthansa),
  • Dusseldorf, Stuttgart (Eurowings),
  • Paris (Air France),
  • Amsterdam (KLM),
  • Copenhagen (SAS),
  • Tel Awiw (LOT),
  • Warsaw (LOT).

And many other with  low-cost airlines (Wizzair and Ryanair).

Wrocław Airport is well comunicated with Wrocław City Centre:
From Airport to Main Railway Station and City Centre:


You may get to Wroclaw safely, without traffic congestion and from almost every town and city in Poland by train. The Wrocław Main Station (WrocławGłówny in Polish) operates trains to many Polish and European cities.
It is well connected to Warsaw. Time travel is aproximately 4 hours using Express InterCity train. Ticket prices vary between 90 PLN (23 Euro) and 230 PLN (55 Euro) for first class, and between 70 PLN (17 Euro) and 150 PLN (35 Euro) for second class travel – depending on the train, date of purchase and time of day.
Check the website  for convenient connections.

Hotel Scandic

Hotel Scandic is only 10 min walk from Main Railway Station (polish: WrocławGłówny) – check the website


Scandic Wroclaw is close to tons of popular sights, cosy cafés, theatres, the opera and philharmonic. The airport is only a 30-minutes drive away. We offer the perfect starting point for exploring the fascinating labyrinth of bridges and islands that make up this city. In just 10 minutes, you are at the market square in the historical old town or at the train station. Don’t miss out on the Africarium, a complex within Wroclaw Zoo that is unique in the world, dedicated to water-based African species and ecosystems.