How to get there
 
 By Plane
Wroclaw has its own international airport on Strachowice (Wroclaw, ul Skarzynskiego 36), roughly 12km from the city centre. It's a bit smaller than those in other Polish cities, but very functional. Direct air connections with Wrocław are available from many European cities. Timetable can be checked here: airport.wroclaw.pl/en/.
 
Bus 106 operates from the airport terminal building to central Wrocław between 05:20 and 23:30 every 20 minutes.
Night bus 206 is also available. Daytime single-ride ticket from Wroclaw Airport to the city center costs 3zł.
 
There are a few alternative airports that can be used to reach Wrocław. Poznań-Ławica Airport (IATA: POZ), located 200 km (125 mi) north of the city near Poznań, is one choice. Another alternative is Katowice International Airport (IATA: KTW). Katowice is situated east of Wrocław and is also 200 km (125 mi) distant.
 
By train
 
OK, so Polish trains aren't exactly the fastest or most modern the world has ever seen. For many, however, arriving by rail is always the way to go... See the world fly by in a relatively quick express train or take in the country air during a cruise on a regular train.
 
The main Train Station is called Dworzec Glowny. Wrocław can be reached by rail using one of many connections from all over Europe. The travel can be planned by means of the route planner: www.rozklad-pkp.pl/en
 

By Bus
Going by bus is one of the better ways to travel from Berlin, Prague and major polish cities to Wroclaw. PolskiBus operates routes to all the major cities, tickets are available online. For international traveling, you can use the International coach network Eurolines. The bus station, PKS Centrum, is located next to the main Train Station. From Berlin you can get here in about 4,5 hours.
By Car
Wrocław has a good connection with Dresden, the car-trip should take less than 3 hours, because of the European route E40 (A4 in Poland), which also connects Wrocław with Katowice and the large international airport, with Kraków, a city famous for its monuments and history, and the east of Poland.