Getting from Wroclaw Airport to the city centre
Wroclaw Nicolaus Copernicus Airport is located about 10 km west of the city centre. Unfortunately, there is no train station close to the airport. To get from Wroclaw Airport to the city centre you need to rely on buses, taxis, or transfer service.
Before we dwell into details, we present a brief comparison of options of getting from Wroclaw Airport to city centre:
|City centre (Renoma bus stop)/Main train station
|every 15 minutes, everyday,
5.15 am/11.40 pm
|City centre (Renoma bus stop)/Wroclaw Train Station/Wroclaw bus station
at night only
|Doesn’t go to the city centre. The closest bus stop (Kwiska) is still 4 km away.
|No longer operating
|City centre/Train Station
|City centre/Train Station
Tip: My first recommendation is checking Freenow/Bolt/Uber price before you collect your baggage. If the price is acceptable, book it right after you collect your baggage.
Wroclaw Airport to city centre by bus during the day
The bus stop for all buses leaving Wroclaw Airport is located about 50 metres from the terminal. You need to turn right as you leave, and you’ll surely see it. There is a ticket vending machine at the bus stop. There is no extra charge for the baggage on Wroclaw public transport.
You may check the actual schedules and suggested routes in Jakdojade App. It is also possible to buy tickets on the App.
To get from Wroclaw Airport to the city centre, bus 106 is the best option. It departs from the airport bus stop at least every 15 minutes (direction”Dworcowa”, final destination is Wroclaw Glowny Train Station). It goes close to the city centre, and you should get off at the Renoma bus stop. From here, you may either walk for about 10 minutes or take any tram going to the centre (6,7,20). Getting from Wroclaw airport to the city centre by bus should take about 35-45 minutes. You should buy one 60-minute ticket (5,2 PLN). However, if you plan to stay in Wroclaw, read our article on public transport in Wroclaw. You’ll find out whether there are ticket options that better suit your needs.
The first 106 bus leaves the airport at 5.21 a.m. and the last one at 11.43 p.m.
If you want to get from the airport directly to the train station, just stay on the 106 bus one more bus stop, until it reaches the main train station in Wroclaw (Wroclaw Glowny). The main bus station is also nearby, too.
There is one more bus that departs from Wroclaw Airport – 129, but it doesn’t go to the city centre. It goes to the northern district of Wroclaw, so it’s not worth boarding unless you book accommodation there.
There was the P line, but it only run until the end of 2023. It used to run every 90 minutes, but only on weekends. The decision if the line will run in 2024 is still to be made.
Wroclaw Airport to city centre by bus at night
If you land in Wroclaw at night, and you miss the last 106 bus, several 206 buses will take you to the city centre. Their destination is the main bus station (Dworzec Autobusowy – that’s the Polish name for the bus station). For the night bus, you should buy one 30-minute ticket. There used to be also an Airport shuttle bus running from Wroclaw airport to the city centre, but it didn’t return after the Covid break.
You may find the schedules of the bus from Wroclaw Airport to the city centre here: bus 106, night bus 206. “Dni robocze” means working days, “Sobota” means Saturday and “Niedziela” means Sunday in Polish.
- Full schedules of all buses departing from Wroclaw Airport on the official Wroclaw Public Transport website, where you can find the most accurate and up-to-date information
- Jakdojade mobile application for Android and Iphone. You may check schedules, routes, and buy tickets in this app.
If you decide to go by taxi, it will be a bit cheaper if you register with FreeNow. This is an official taxi that works similar to Uber and Bolt. If you download the FreeNow App and register with discount code lqnfsq07p you will receive a voucher for 20 PLN (about 5 EUR). Alternatively, you may use Uber or Bolt. Their price depends on the actual demand, but the ride from Wroclaw Airport to the city centre will usually be cheaper than regular taxis
Taxi fare from Wroclaw Airport to the city centre should be about 75-90 PLN if you take one of the taxi companies recommended by the airport (Partner Taxi, Taxi_plus).
Wroclaw airport to city centre by shuttle bus
There is no shuttle bus at the moment.
There are several companies that offer transfer from Wroclaw airport to the city centre, for example, Airport Taxi Wroclaw or Airport Wroclaw Transfer. Prices are a bit higher than a regular taxi, so expect to pay at least 100-120 PLN per transfer car. It’s also worth checking if your airline has a dedicated bus service.
Car rentals at the Wroclaw Airport
There are plenty of car rental offices inside the terminal, so there is a wide choice of cars to rent. Parking for the rental cars is located just opposite to the bus stop. There is an Orlen fuel station just next to the airport, if you need to refill the car before returning it.
Getting from Wroclaw city centre to the airport
It is just as easy, as getting from the airport to the city centre. Just take the 106 bus (during the day) or 206 bus (at night) in the direction “Port Lotniczy” from around Wroclaw train station or Renoma bus stop. It should take about 45 minutes, and you need one 60 minutes ticket (5,2 PLN).
Staying around Wroclaw Airport
If you land late in the evening or need to be at the airport early in the morning, instead of going from Wroclaw airport to city centre, you might want to stay around the airport. Unfortunately, the nearest hotel, Hotel Kosmonauty is still some way from the airport. You need to arrange a transfer or take a taxi to get there. Moreover, there is only one restaurant in the walking distance if you want to eat close to the airport. Unfortunately, this restaurant is expensive, and actually, it will be cheaper for you to dine at the airport. The closest supermarket (u Mirka) is about 1.5 km away (might be about 1 km, if the small gate in the airport fence is open, and you take the small path near the cargo terminal). The airport itself is modern but quite small, so don’t count on the duty-free shops, as there are not a lot of them at the terminal.