Cheap Flights to Wroclaw

Cheap flights to Wroclaw International Airport

Wroclaw-Copernius International Airport (WRO) is the main airport serving Poland's fourth largest city. While Wroclaw has traditionally been overshadowed by Warsaw and Krakow, that's beginning to change as more visitors from all over the world come to enjoy the city's beautifully preserved streets, architecture, and high quality of life. With connections to both regional and international hubs, getting to Wroclaw is easier than ever. Skyscanner's monthly search tool can help you find the cheapest time to fly to this enchanting Polish city.

Best time to book a flight to Wroclaw

With pleasant temperatures, anytime during May to September is the best time to visit Wroclaw. While this is also the height of the tourist season, the crowds in Wroclaw are still quite manageable compared to Krakow. Of course, as tourism increases, that's beginning to change, and if you're really on the lookout for a great deal than spring and autumn will offer the best chance at some good discounts and few tourists. Setup Price Alerts to keep you in the loop about the best deals on flights to Wroclaw.

Airlines that fly to Wroclaw

While still small, Wroclaw International is growing in importance as an airline hub. The airport is currently served by a number of seasonal and year-round airlines, including:

  • Aegean
  • Enter Air
  • Eurowings
  • LOT Polish Airlines
  • Lufthansa
  • Pegasus Airlines
  • Ryanair
  • Scandinavian Airlines
  • Wizz Air

What to expect when arriving at the airport

Wroclaw International is located just 10 km west of Wroclaw City Centre. You have a number of options when getting into Wroclaw itself. The public bus is one option and certainly the cheapest, with bus 106 operating every 20 minutes throughout the day. The night bus, line 206, operates when the 106 is not in service. You can also get a taxi, which should cost about 50-60 PLN to get to the city centre or main train station. If you're looking for flexibility, renting a car is also a good way to get around.

Airport facilities

Wroclaw International is by no means a big airport, and during the offseason it serves relatively few passengers. That being said, it is a modern and comfortable facility. While there are not a plethora of shopping and restaurant options, what is available will likely satisfy most travellers. The airport also has an executive lounge, fast track pass, and meet and fly service for VIP passengers. Three ATMs are also in the terminal, both landside and airside, as well as a currency exchange on the landside.

What to see and do in Wroclaw

The historic capital of Silesia, Wroclaw is starting to gain attention for offering the beauty and sights of Krakow without the crowds. Market Square in the centre of the historic Old Town is undoubtedly the city's main attraction and its most beautiful sight. The Royal Palace, once an official palace of Frederick the Great, has been painstakingly restored and now houses the City Museum of Wroclaw. Cathedral Island and the city's bridges are also picturesque sights. When looking for a place to stay, let Skyscanner help you find a hotel room that fits your budget.

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