Lower Silesia

How to get?

To start the adventure with the European Castles and Palaces Route is enough to get to the Lower Silesia where you can find several international roads.

To Wroclaw – the capital of Lower Silesia from other Polish regions you can get via roads such as:

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A4 motorway in the direction of the border with Germany and to Katowice and Krakow,

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Road No. 8 to the northeast to Warsaw, and south to Klodzko and Kudowa-Zdroj and further to the south to the Czech Republic,

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Road No. 5 in a northerly direction Poznan orto the south to Strzegom, Kamienna Góra , and further to  Czech Republic,

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Road No. 94 to Legnica and Opole,

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Road No. 35 to Swidnica and Wałbrzych.

Wrocław

From abroad to Lower Silesia we will reach:

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from Germany: from Leipzig and Dresden via A4 motorway, from Berlin and Cottbus via highway No.15,

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from Czech Republic: Highway No. 10 from Prague and continue along the path from Liberec via road E65 or via road E67 from Hradec Kralove.

Wrocław

To Lower Silesia you can get by plane

Airport in Wroclaw is located  10 km southwest of the city center, on the Strachowice district. In terms of the number of passengers is currently the fifth Polish airport, but in terms of number of flight operations is on the 4th place. Wroclaw Airport is currently served by 6 regular airlines during the summer supports many charter flights.

Wrocław

By railway or bus

A good idea of arrival to Lower Silesia is to use the very rich railway infrastructure or bus connections. Located in the center of the city of Wrocław Main Railway Station and Bus Station bus are connected to practically all major cities in the country as well as many abroad.

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Niezależnie od tego w jaki sposób dostaną się Państwo na Dolny Śląsk, zwiedzanie Europejskiego Szlaku Zamków i Pałaców można rozpocząć wszędzie dzięki bardzo dobrze rozwiniętej infrastrukturze drogowej, kolejowej oraz lotniczej w naszym regionie.

See the most interesting objects in the Lower Silesia

Castles and Palaces

UNESCO Sites