A ticket of Polish Airlines LOT will enable you to fly under the wings of an airline distinguished as the Best Airline of Central and Eastern Europe by the Business Traveller magazine. During the flight you can catch up with the latest headlines. Our top professional attendants will exercise due care to make sure that your flight is pleasant and comfortable.
Thanks to direct flights offered by Polish Airlines LOT, Wrocław is within your reach. We will fly you from the Warsaw Chopin Airport (WAW) to the Wrocław Airport (WRO) every day at 10.50, 13.35, 16.30, 19.40 and 22.45 hrs. and Wednesdays through Sundays at 7.35 hrs.
Find out what new services we have prepared for our passengers. If you don’t like to stand in a queue for the check in or check out, you can use the option Quick Passage, which will give you priority in airport procedures. Use the Priority Baggage option if you wish you baggage to be unloaded from the plane first. Have a preferred area in the plane? Reserve it under the option called My Favourite Seat.
Wrocław, the capital of the Lower Silesia, is the fourth city in Poland in terms of the number of inhabitants. Located between the Odra River and its tributaries, Oława, Widawa and Ślęża, makes along with channels, bridges and the Wrocław Water Hub. As a result, the city happens to be called by tourists similarly like, for example, Amsterdam or Stockholm, the Venice of the North as well as the city of thousand bridges and churches, although the number is a bit too high.
The most important place in Wrocław is the beautiful Market with the Gothic Town Hall, in whose tower there is the oldest clock bell that comes from 1368. In the cellars of the Town Hall, since 1275 operates Piwnica Świdnicka - the restaurant, where originally wheat beer from Świdnica was served.
Being in Wrocław, you need to watch how you tread so as not to step on any of the Wrocław dwarfs that, as it is said in this area, settled down many years before the first residents of Wrocław.
An important district of Wrocław is the Ostrów Tumski, with many monuments and characteristic gas lanterns. In the evening you can meet there the lamplighter who lights up each of 92 lamps, and in the morning, puts them out - you will recognise him by his cape and bowler.