Geographical location of Wroclaw
Wroclaw’s geographical location allows getting there easily from every place in Europe. It is situated at the intersection of important communications routes from the west to the east and from the north to the south of Europe.
Distance from Wroclaw to some cities:
Prague - 270 km, Warsaw - 340 km, Berlin - 340 km, Vienna - 390 km, Budapest - 540 km, Frankfurt am Main - 720 km, Copenhagen - 730 km, Amsterdam - 980 km, Brussels - 1050 km, Paris - 1380 km, London - 1360 km, Rome - 1480 km, Moscow - 1600 km
How to get to Wroclaw
Wroclaw – Copernicus Airport is located 10 km southwest of the city centre and about 15 km from the Centennial Hall. Copernicus offers direct air connections from Frankfurt am Main, Munich, Dortmund, Copenhagen, London, Dublin, Milan, Nottingham, Glasgow, Shannon, Warsaw, Gdańsk.
Direct international rail connections: Prague, Berlin, Cottbus, Dresden, Goerlitz, Hamburg, Bratislava. Direct national connections: Warsaw, Gdańsk, Gdynia, Poznań, Szczecin, Łódź, Katowice, Krakow, Lublin, Rzeszów, Olsztyn.
Getting by car:
here is a national highway number 8 leading from Warsaw to Wroclaw, number 5 from Poznań to Wroclaw, A4 motorway from Krakow, Katowice and Legnica –. There are access roads from all over Poland (in Wroclaw please head for the Centennial Hall (Hala Stulecia).
There is a free car park 100 metres from the Centennial Hall at the Feature Film Production Company.
Due to the construction of a new car park near the Centennial Hall, which is due to open in 2014, other parking spaces can be found in the vicinity of Plac Grunwaldzki and very close to the Centennial Hall.
Buses arriving at the Centennial Hall: 139, 145, 146, 149, E. Trams arriving at the Centennial Hall: 1, 2, 4, 10, 12