Did you know that Wroclaw is called “the City of 100 Bridges”? Sounds like Amsterdam, doesn’t it? The city is intersected by a winding river, with plenty of islands connected with the mainland by countless bridges. Wroclaw is even called “the Polish Venice”. A cruise on the Odra river is simply a must when you visit Wroclaw. After a relaxing time on a boat, our guide will show you the gothic Old Town, splendidly reconstructed after the II World War.
Prices from 45 EUR
Up to 9 people or private tour
Available April, May, June, July, August, September
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Town Hall of Wroclaw
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1-hour private cruise on the Odra river
During the 1-hour cruise, you will see “the City of Bridges” from the deck of an electric catamaran powered by solar energy. It is eco-friendly, does not emit fumes, and operates without generating noise. You will cruise around the Wroclaw islands: Sand Island, Bielarska Island, Mlynska Island, and Slodowa Island. You will see the most beautiful landmarks of Wroclaw located along the river shore, such as the famous Wroclaw University or Ostrow Tumski, also called the Cathedral Island. During the cruise, you will be taken care of by our professional guide and boat crew. You will relax and enjoy the breathtaking views while tasting local wine or beer.
1-hour walking tour
After you disembark the boat, you will continue the Wroclaw experience with an hour of a walking tour, during which you will see the most iconic sites in the Old Town. In Market Square, you can admire a fine example of Gothic architecture – the Town Hall of Wroclaw. You will have a stroll around the Old Town till you reach the impressive Museum of Wroclaw University. Inside you can discover beautifully decorated baroque interiors, including the famous Leopoldine Hall. The university takes pride in its alumni – 11 Nobel Prize winners studied or worked there. One of them is Polish writer Olga Tokarczuk, who received this prestigious award in 2019. You will also see the gothic St. Elisabeth’s Church, the Jatki street with charming renaissance townhouses, and the Ossolineum – a cultural and science institute.
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guide: English by default, other languages on request if available: Spanish, Italian, French, Russian, German
The entire event takes 2 hours (1-hour cruise and 1-hour walking tour)
The event is available everyday from April to September. Choose a specific date and start time at checkout.
The maximum numer of participants is 9. For larger groups please contact us directly for an individualized offer.