Radisson Blu Hotel, Wroclaw

Nearby Attractions


HOTEL'S SPOT IN WROCLAW CITY CENTER OFFERS ACCESS TO ARTS AND CULTURE

Home to the National Forum of Music, Wroclaw hosts a surprising number of large-scale arts events and festivals given the city’s modest size. With diverse festivals, such as sacred music, theater songs and jazz, the city’s music scene offers a broad appeal. Wroclaw University also boasts imposing concert venues with Leopoldinum Hall and Marianum Oratory.

Other cultural attractions abound near the hotel’s site in Wroclaw city center, such as the National Museum and the Panorama of Raclawice, a cycloramic battle painting. Tour Wroclaw’s Old Town for impressive examples of Renaissance and Gothic architecture, such as the historical Town Hall. Old Town’s Market Square remains a vibrant center of Wroclaw’s daily life and culture. The city’s history, which began on Cathedral Island, dates back to the 13th century. Cathedral Island and its sister islands in the River Odra add to Wroclaw’s picturesque charm with river walkways and pleasant views. Other impressive sites nearby include one of Poland’s oldest botanical gardens and Centennial Hall with its surrounding attractions.

NEARBY ATTRACTIONS

  • Cathedral Island
  • Panorama of Raclawice - 14 m
  • National Museum - 230 m
  • Dominikanski Square - 1 km
  • Rynek (Market Square) - 1.3 km
  • Town Hall - 1.3 km
  • Botanical Garden of the University of Wroclaw - 1.7 km
  • Centennial Hall
  • Tum Island
  • Wroclaw University with the Baroque Leopoldinum Hall and Marianum Oratory

NEARBY TRANSPORT

  • Wroclaw Central Station - 1.9 km
  • Copernicus Airport Wroclaw - 11 km

NEARBY CITIES

  • Krakow - 270 km
  • Prague - 280 km
  • Warsaw - 340 km
  • Berlin - 350 km