Bologna Wrocław flights
Bologna Airport offers direct flights from/to Wrocław. On this page you will find all the information needed.
The Polish city will be European Capital of Culture in 2016, and in 2017 will host the World Games, an event including competitions not present in the Olimpic Games, like for instance tug-of-war, karate and artistic roller skating.
An important harbour on the Oder river, situated at the south-west of the country, it has gained tourist relevance especially after the UEFA Euro 2012.
An important harbour on the Oder river, situated at the south-west of the country, it has gained tourist relevance especially after the UEFA Euro 2012. Historically, it was first part part of the Austrian Empire, then of the Kingdom of Prussia and of Germany, then finally it was integrated into the Polish territory.
All these passages are mirrored in the architectural style of the city.
Its historical centre hosts magnificent buildings in Gothic, Renaissance, Baroque and modern style. The core of all is the Market Square, Rynek, home to the Town Hall.
Highly recommended is a visit to the “House of the Griffins”, its facade adorned with griffins and eagles, St. John the Baptist’s Cathedral and the University, founded at the beginning of the XVIII century by the Austrian Emperor Leopold I.