Wroclaw Copernicus International Airport is situated 10 km from the centre of Wroclaw, located in south-western Poland. A few years ago a new, modern terminal was opened here to replace the old one. Wroclaw airport is now the base for low-cost carriers Ryanair and Wizz Air, which has significantly increased passenger traffic.
According to the classification of the International Air Transport Association, Wroclaw Airport has been assigned a code ‘WRO’.
The official website of the airport is www.airport.wroclaw.pl.
From the airport to Wroclaw
The only connection between Copernicus Airport and the centre of Wroclaw by public transport during the day is bus route 106, whose terminus is the main railway station in the city.
The bus leaves every 20 minutes and the whole trip will take 30-40 minutes (depending on the traffic in the city). A single ticket costs 3 Polish zloty, which is roughly €0.70.
At night, the same route is operated by bus No.206, with a fare of 3.20 Polish zloty.
The bus stop is easy to find: when you exit the terminal, turn right and walk a little ahead. You can buy tickets from the newsagents in the terminal building or from a special machine at the bus stop. You can’t buy tickets for cash from the bus driver, though!
As at any other airport in the world, arriving passengers can take a taxi. A comfortable ride to the city centre will then cost a minimum of 45 Polish zloty (€10), with a journey time of 20 minutes.