After enjoying recent visits to Gdansk and Warsaw we decided to spend a weekend in Wroclaw, Poland’s fourth largest city. Ryanair were offering low cost flights from Leeds-Bradford Airport on a Friday evening, enabling us to enjoy two full days in south western Poland.
Arrivals Hall, Wroclaw Copernicus Airport
Our flight departed on time and in a little over two hours we arrived into Wroclaw-Copernicus airport. It’s a small but efficient airport and within minutes of landing we were boarding a bus into the city centre. Passengers can either take the Airport Express service , journey time 30 minutes (10zl) or the regular bus service 106 /206 which takes an extra 10 minutes but only costs 3.80zl (80p). We opted for the latter, buying our tickets from a machine at the bus stop but these can also be purchased by card payment on board the bus.
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