2-Hour Wroclaw Sightseeing Tour by Electric Car with a Guide
Local history and culture is our passion and after seeing how inspiring Wroclaw is to tourists, we have decided to start organizing these guided tours around the city onour own. Over the years we were able to organize a wider group of friends who share the same passion, and as of now we are proud to operate a little company specializing in providing tourists with the best experience of Wroclaw they can possibly have.
We have over five years of experience working as guides and we want to share our knowledge of Wroclaw.
Our goal is to make the experience as immersive and educational as possible, so during our trip we will not only explain the history and traditions of Wroclaw to you, but will try to engage in a dialogue to make the trip as interesting and fun as possible for our guests.Itinerary
This is a typical itinerary for this productStop At:
Church of St. Elizabeth of Hungary, Grabiszynska 103, Wroclaw 53-439 Poland
Also known as the garrison church, this formerly tallest temple in all of Europe, stands guard to the north-west corner of the city square.
Duration: 3 minutesStop At:
John and Margaret House, Sw. Mikolaja 1, Wroclaw 52-007 Poland
Formerly belonging to the brotherhood of Altarists, two of the most famous buildings in all of Wroclaw
Duration: 2 minutesStop At:
Jatki, Wroclaw Poland
An old town butchery, renovated to include monuments of farm animals, commemorating their sacrafice over the many centuries of Wroclaws existence.
Duration: 2 minutesStop At:
Wroclaw University, pl. Uniwersytecki 1, Wroclaw 50-137 Poland
The main building of the University of Wroclaw. This beautiful baroque construction is a former king's palace of the city, and was subsequently transformed to the University by the decree of the Emperor Leopold. Next to the building of the Univeristy we will stop at the Jesuit Church of the Most Holy Name Jesus, which is the most beautiful example of baroque architecture in the entire city. And explore the interior of the church.
Duration: 15 minutesPass By:
Ossolineum, ul. Szewska 37, Wroclaw 50-139 Poland
Formerly the biggest private collection of books in the entire country. Currently it is both a library and a museum, with an adjecent beautiful garden. Located in former monastery.Pass By:
Market Hall (Hala Targowa), ul. Piaskowa 17, Wroclaw 50-158 Poland
Constructed in the beginning of the 20th century to organize the street trading in the city center. The hall was renowned for its innovative application of reinforced concrete trusses, which was unique in Europe at the time.Stop At:
Wyspa Piasek, Wrocław, Poland
Of of the oldest part of Wroclaw. We enter the Sand Island via the oldest bridge in the city. On the island we can enjoy the sights of the former monastery of St. Hedwigs, the gothic church of the Most Holy Mother Mary on Sand as well as the famous bridge of love (Tumski Bridge) connecting the Sand Island with the Cathedral Island.
Duration: 7 minutesStop At:
Ostrow Tumski - (Cathedral Island), Ostrow Tumski, Wroclaw Poland
The jewel of Wroclaw. Known as the cradle of the city, this is the oldest part of the City. Entirely a church territory, the main attraction there is the Cathedral itself, however we will see a plethora of other attractions such as the Holy Cross and St. Bartholomew, the Statue of St. Jan Napomucen, and the Cathedral Square.
Duration: 25 minutesStop At:
Pasaz Grunwaldzki, Plac Grunwaldzki 22, Wroclaw 50-363 Poland
Part of the city which was very heavily destroyed during the WWII. Today is a bustling trade and communication hub.
Duration: 5 minutesPass By:
most Zwierzyniecki, Wrocław, Poland
One of the most famous bridges in the city. During Measlies outbreak in the 60's it was used as a vaccination check point, whilst entering Wroclaw.Pass By:
Wroclaw Zoo & Afrykarium, Ul. Zygmunta Wroblewskiego 1/5, Wroclaw 51-618 Poland
The biggest Zoo in Poland, and one of the main attractions of Wroclaw. Stop At:
Centennial Hall (Hala Ludowa), Exhibition Grounds, Wroclaw Poland
The only UNESCO Heritage monument in Wroclaw. During the construction at the early years of 20th century, it was the biggest concrete building in the world. Today it is a huge complex, encompassing the Hall itself, a museum of modern art, a spire, a japanese garden and the biggest multimedia fountain in Poland.
Duration: 30 minutesPass By:
Wrocław University of Science and Technology, wybrzeże Stanisława Wyspiańskiego 27, 50-370 Wrocław, Poland
The biggest University in Wroclaw. Located in the historical area of Wyspianskiego cote, next to the former port of Wroclaw.Pass By:
Most Grunwaldzki, Plac Grunwaldzkiego, Wroclaw Poland
Considered by many to be a symbol of the town. It was the tallest and heaviest suspension bridge in all of Europel, during its construction at the onset of 20th century.Stop At:
Urząd Wojewódzki, Wrocław, Poland
Former headquaters of Gestapo, nowaday is the highest municipal authority for the voivodship of Lower Silesia.
Duration: 3 minutesPass By:
National Museum, pl. Powstancow Warszawy 5, Wroclaw 50-153 Poland
This beautiful building is mostly renowed for its stunning architecture and a unique cover of ivy, which entwines the entire construction, making it change colors with the seasons.Stop At:
bulwar Xawerego Dunikowskiego, Wrocław, Poland
A newly renowated boulevard, with the most impressive panorama of the Cathedral Island. We will customarily stop there, and take a picture of your group with a polaroid camera, which you will get at the end of the tour as a souvenir of our trip.
Duration: 5 minutesPass By:
Panorama Raclawicka, ul. J. E. Purkyniego 11, Wroclaw 50-155 Poland
One of the most important attractions in the entire city. This monumental panoramic painting showcases the battle of Raclawice - the first battle of Kosciuszko's Insurrection. To date it remains one of the most ambitious paintings in the entire world.Pass By:
City of Wroclaw Museum, Ul. Sukiennice 14/15, Wroclaw 50-107 Poland
Also known as the Spatgent Palace, this beautiful building is a prime example of baroque architecture in the heart of the city.Stop At:
Salt Market Square, 15-16, Wrocław 50 -106, 50-106, Poland
An adjecent market of the main market square of Wroclaw. This little square was mostly renowed as a salt and spices market. Nowadays it is mostly used as a flower market.
Duration: 3 minutes
"Confirmation will be received at time of booking"
"Service animals allowed"
"Near public transportation"
"Infants must sit on laps"
"Transportation is wheelchair accessible"
"Surfaces are wheelchair accessible"
"Most travelers can participate"
"This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate"
Duration: 2 Hours
Hansel and Gretel Houses, Świętego Mikołaja 1, 52-007 Wrocław, Poland
Traveler pickup is offered
We offer pick up service for the places of your accomodation, as well as any other location (i.e. restaurants, attractions, etc.) within the pick up radius of 2.5km (1.8mi) from the Market Square.
It is our priority to guarantee your safety in these difficult times.
Each person will be provided with masks, gloves and disinfectant.
The cart will be disinfected before and after all the trips.
Stay safe and healthy!
Cancellations and refunds:
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.