Walk along the banks of the Oder River and discover the Venice of Poland with this Wroclaw Islands Free Tour. Enjoy the charming atmosphere around the city centre.
Wroclaw Islands Free Tour
We'll meet at the time indicated at the Aleksander Fredro statue, in the Main Market Square. From here, we'll make our way to the river banks to begin the free tour around the Wroclaw islands.
The tour will lead us around the city's most important bridges, amongst the 300 bridges and 21 islands, as we admire the beautifully illuminated Oder River. The expert guide will explain the history around this area, as well as reveal stories and anecdotes about the Wroclaw islands.
As we are guided around the city, you'll witness the vibrant student atmosphere around the centre and its many bars and terraces.
The tour will end after spending 2 hours exploring Wroclaw's unique islands and bridges.
- It is not possible to book this free walking tour if you are a group of more than 7 people.
Free tours do not have a fixed price, rather each person offers the guide the amount they consider appropriate, depending on their level of satisfaction.
Please check local restrictions before traveling. All of our services comply with recommendations to avoid the spread of Covid-19.
The activity takes place with a guide that speaks in English.
English speaking guide with expert knowledge of Wroclaw history.
When to book?
You can book up to the start time, as long as there are places remaining. Book now to guarantee your spot.
Type of voucher
Electronic. Show the voucher on your phone.
All services published on Civitatis are carried out in accordance with our Sustainability Code.
No printing of documentation required.
Frequently asked questions
Q - How to book?
A - To reserve the activity, choose the date and complete the form on this page. You will receive your confirmation immediately.
If you have any other questions please contact us.
If you are not able to attend the tour, please cancel your reservation, otherwise the guide will be waiting for you.
Aleksander Fredro Statue, Main Market Square.