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Wroclaw: 3-Hour Bike Tour in English or Polish

1. Wroclaw: 3-Hour Bike Tour in English or Polish

Hop on a well-maintained and stylish bike for a guided three-hour tour of Wroclaw. Avoid tourist crowds, tired feet, and traffic while benefiting from the knowledge of an informative guide.  During this tour you will be able to admire the impressive baroque architecture of Wroclaw's Old Town, which was carefully reconstructed following World War II, check out Ostrow Tumski or Cathedral Island, the oldest part of the city, and visit Centennial Hall, an architectural masterpiece listed as a Unesco World Heritage Site.   Besides these sites, your tour will take you to the Main Square, Old Town Promenade, Jatki, Spiż monument of animals for slaughter, Old City Prison, University of Wroclaw, Swordsman Monument, Ossolineum, Market Hall, Polish Hills, Grunwaldzki Square, Zwierzyniecki Bridge, Wroclaw Zoo, Japanese Garden, Iglica, Szczytnicki Park, the National Museum, the House of Old Stock Exchange, and the Salt Market.

Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Electric Car Tour with Audio Guide

2. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Private Electric Car Tour with Audio Guide

Start your trip after your driver picks you up from the meeting point. Then drive through Wroclaw in a comfortable and environmentally-friendly electric car, and explore the history and attractions of the city. Start at Blücherplatz, one of Wroclaw's largest flower markets. First, discover the surroundings of the market square, starting with the Jewish Quarter and the White Stork Synagogue. Continue your trip to St. Elizabeth's Church, and find the famous Wroclaw dwarfs and the big meatbanks with the animal monument made of copper. See the Old Town Prison and Wroclaw University with its Fencer Fountain. Learn more about the students from Wroclaw before moving on to the Red Cross Monastery. Admire the Matthias Gymnasium and the Breslauer Pier, which is a perfect starting point for a subsequent boat or gondola ride on the Oder. Discover Cathedral Island and St. John's Cathedral. While driving over the Lessing Bridge, take a look at the Kaiserbrücke and the Wasserturm. Lastly, see the Iglica, which, together with the Jahrhunderthalle, is the symbol of the city. Then, travel back over the Oder promenade, and past the gondola bay and the National Museum. Drive over the shoe bridge to St. Maria Magdalena church and hear the legend of the poor sinner bell and the witches' bridge. After the Schweidnitzer Straße and the Wroclaw Opera, you finally reach your starting point again and end your tour.

Wroclaw: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

3. Wroclaw: Old Town Highlights Private Walking Tour

Join us on a historical and cultural tour of Wroclaw, “The Venice of the North.” With an abundance of watercourses and islands, and amazing architectural monuments, Wroclaw is one of the most beautiful cities in Poland. Explore Old Town highlights and see how many dwarfs you can find! The 2-hour tour will start under the Small Iglica spire at the charming Solny Square, lined with colorful old tenement houses. You will stroll around the medieval Market Square to see the notable residences such as the Griffin House, House Under the Golden Crown and the House Under the Golden Deer. See the iconic Gothic façade of the 13th-century Town Hall and Pillory (Pregierz), which was used for punishment by public humiliation during the Middle Ages. The historic Old Town boasts fascinating history and legends, such as the one of the holding hands of the Hansel and Gretel Houses. Your knowledgeable Private Guide will help you find some of the dozens of adorable copper dwarves spread throughout the city, and share tips on the best local restaurants, clubs and bars. You will see the towering 14th century Gothic St Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic parish then explore the narrow alleys of the District of Four Denominations. The tour will continue along the scenic Oder River and end at the main building of Wroclaw University, known for its stunning Baroque Aula Leopoldina (Ceremonial Hall). Choose the 3-hour option to learn even more about the city! Admie the amazing views across the Oder River, such as Tamka Island and Piaskowa Island, and see architectural monuments like the Cathedral of St. Vincent and St. James and the 20th century Market Hall. Explore the hidden gems of Slowacki Park, such as the Panorama of the Battle of Racławice, the ruins of Bastion Ceglarski, which marks fragments of the old city fortifications. The highlight of this tour will be visiting the 12th century Church and Monastery of St Adalbert to admire its elegant Gothic architecture and hear its fascinating history. Pick the 4-hour option to get a full experience of Wroclaw Old Town. During the extended route, your Private Guide will show you the oldest part of the city, Ostrow Tumski, also known as the Cathedral Island. Here, you will find a plethora of medieval landmarks, monasteries and churches. See the iconic Tumski Bridge, Collegiate Church of the Holy Cross and St. Bartholomew, Archbishop's Palace and step inside the monumental Cathedral of St. John the Baptist. The Cathedral is one of the most iconic symbols of the city, with stunning chapels and phenomenal views from its tower. Fall in love with the beautiful skyline of Wroclaw!

Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour by Electric Car

4. Wroclaw: 2-Hour Tour by Electric Car

Drive through Wroclaw in an electric car and discover the history and attractions of the city in a comfortable and environmentally friendly way. Start the tour at the Market Square, one of the largest flower markets of Wroclaw. First, explore the area surrounding the marketplace, starting with the Jewish quarter with the White Stork Synagogue, then continue on to St. Elizabeth’s Church, home of the famous Wroclaw dwarfs and the large butchers’ stalls with a copper monument to the animals. See the old city jail and the University of Wroclaw with the Fencer Fountain. Learn more about the Wroclaw students before continuing on to the Monastery of the Knights of the Cross with the Red Star. Admire the Matthias High School and Wroclaw Pier, which is the perfect starting point for a boat or gondola ride on the Oder River. Explore Cathedral Island and visit the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, where you can see the Baroque Chapel of St. Elizabeth and the Elector’s Chapel. Drive over the Peace Bridge and take a look at Grunwaldzki Bridge and the Water Tower. Afterwards, see the Iglica, which represents the landmark of the city together with the Centennial Hall. At the Pergola, find a multimedia fountain with water displays late into the night. Then, head back along the Oder promenade, passing by Gondola’s Bay and the National Museum. Drive along Szewska Street to St. Mary Magdalene Church and hear the legend of the Poor Sinner Bell and the Witches’ Bridge. Head down Świdnicka Street and past Wroclaw Opera to return back to the marketplace.

Bike Tour of Wroclaw Old Town, Top Attractions and Nature

5. Bike Tour of Wroclaw Old Town, Top Attractions and Nature

With countless islands, bridges and historical monuments, there is no better way to explore Wroclaw,”The Venice of the North”, than on a bike. Join our Bike Passionate Guide on a cycling tour around the most spectacular Old Town monuments and nature spots. Get active and fall in love with the sights of Wroclaw! During the 2-hour tour, you will hop on a professional bike and follow your Local Guide along the beautiful, well-maintained cycling roads and streets. From the National Forum of Music you will cycle to the historic Kazimierza Wielkiego street, where you will see an 18th century palace with a Baroque-style garden, which now houses the City Museum of Wroclaw. Wroclaw Old Town will surprise you with its charms, the old colorful tenement houses, the iconic 14th century Gothic St Elizabeth of Hungary Roman Catholic parish, and Hansel and Gretel Houses. Cycle around the medieval Market Square to immerse yourself in the vibrant atmosphere of this city, and discover the history of the Old Town Hall and Pillory (Pregierz). The route will continue along the scenic Oder River, where you will see the University of Wroclaw, and through some of Wroclaw's lovely islands, such as Wyspa Piasek and Wyspa Slodowa. Explore the architectural monuments of Ostrow Tumski, or the Cathedral Island, with many churches, monasteries, Archbishop’s Palace and one of the most iconic symbols of the city - Cathedral of St John the Baptist. You will also see the National Museum, Panorama of the Battle of Racławice, and the City Hall. By the end of the tour, you will feel as if Wroclaw is your home! Choose the 3-hour option to learn even more about Wroclaw and see more historical and modern landmarks. The extended route will include more quiet nature spots, such as the forested Szczytnicki Park. You will also see sites that are more popular among the locals than among the tourists, such as the Pergola, the Multimedia Fountain, the Four Domes Pavilion, and the iconic Iglica - a nearly 100-m. steel spire in front of the grand, circular Centennial Hall. To make the experience even better, the guide will also treat you to some delicious Polish donuts!

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What people are saying about Iglica

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4.8 / 5

based on 27 reviews

We had an amazing time with our terrific guide (and friend of Iceland) Przemymslaw who could not have done a better job. He took us on a magical tour of beautiful Wroclaw, was friendly and approachable as well as being incredibly knowledgeable. I would highly recommend this tour and this guide to anyone wanting to see the best of the city.

It was one of the most successful city tours I have ever been participated. We had a great tour guide who showed us the whole city in about 3 hours. We admired our guide, he introduced the city to us with all the details and highlights. We were very satisfied and had an absolutely unique time.

A great way to see places which we probably wouldn't have seen. Lots of interesting facts told to us. We were able to stop for a short time at some sights to explore more in depth.

The roof was rolled up and therefore visibility was limited. It took 90 minutes not 120. Guide very nice and competent.

Very informative. Anthony was a very knowledgeable guide. Great introduction to the city. Thank you