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Flights to Wroclaw

Welcome to Poland’s capital of culture

Flight time from London

2 hrs 25 mins

Distance from London

740 miles

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Considered one of Poland’s key cultural hubs, this city is packed with theatres, museums, towering churches and art galleries. Book direct flights to Wroclaw with British Airways and you'll be there in just under two and a half hours.

The charming city of Wroclaw sits along the Oder River in south west Poland, comprised of 12 islands connected by copious bridges and several leafy parks. The magnificent market square lies in the city centre, lined with elegant townhouses and gothic buildings, and there are plenty of surrounding cafes and restaurants serving beer and bites to eat.

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Wroclaw flight FAQs

How long is a flight to Wroclaw?

We fly to Wroclaw Airport (WRO) from London Heathrow (LHR). A direct flight to Wroclaw from London takes 2 hours and 25 minutes.

Due to COVID-19 our regular schedules may have altered slightly. Please check our timetable to see the latest flight schedule.

When is the best time to fly to Wroclaw?

Travel to Wrocław between the months of July and September to enjoy the city’s most pleasant weather. July is usually the hottest month, as temperatures can reach up to 26°C.

You can also visit Wroclaw for a special event or festival, like the cultural Wroclaw NonStop Festival which spans part of June and July.

Which is the cheapest month to fly to Wroclaw?

You'll find great value fares across our summer service to Wroclaw. We fly twice a week from July to September.

How do you get from the airport to Wroclaw city centre?

Wroclaw Airport (WRO) lies seven miles west of Wroclaw’s centre. Taxis are available outside the airport arrivals building, offering direct transportation to the city centre within 20 minutes, depending on traffic. You can also take the number 106 bus into the city centre, although this journey usually takes around 40 minutes.

 

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