What is the name of the airport in Wroclaw?

What is the name of the airport in Wroclaw?

Copernicus Airport Wrocław
Copernicus Airport Wrocław

Copernicus Airport Wrocław Port Lotniczy Wrocław im. Mikołaja Kopernika
Airport type Public
Owner Wrocław – 49% Lower Silesian – 31% PPPL – 20%

How many terminals at Wroclaw airport?

The airport facilities include two passenger terminals and one cargo terminal with one main runway.

How do I get from airport to Wroclaw?

Public transport Bus number 106 runs between Wroclaw Airport and Dworcowa Street, near the main railway station of Wroclaw. The bus leaves at least every 20 minutes from both places, from 05.30 hours to 23.30 hours. Wroclaw’s train station is situated 1.5 kilometres south of the city centre.

Does Wroclaw airport have Covid testing?

At our airport there is a site, when you can be tested for Covid-19. The test site is drive-thru and is available to everyone (in the parking lot B), without registration. In cooperation with the airport, it is launched by the Łukasiewicz Research Network (PORT).

How much is a taxi from Wroclaw airport to city Centre?

about 55-65 PLN
Taxi fare from Wroclaw Airport to city centre should be about 55-65 PLN if you take one of the taxi companies recommended by the airport (Partner Taxi, Taxi_plus).

Can you smoke in Wroclaw airport?

Smoking is only permitted in designated areas outside the terminals. There are smoking facilities inside the terminal.

Is there Uber in Wroclaw?

Complete your plans today by reserving a ride with Uber in Wroclaw. Request a ride up to 30 days in advance, at any time and on any day of the year.

Does Poland require Covid test?

Are COVID-19 tests required to travel to Poland? COVID testing is not required when arriving in Poland.

Is Poland allowing U.S. citizens to enter?

As all travel restrictions to the Republic of Poland have been lifted, there is no longer any requirement to: present a vaccination certificate when crossing the border.

How many dwarfs are in Wroclaw?

Mostly bronze, often cheeky, and each about a foot tall, these are Wroclaw’s dwarves (or krasnale in Polish), and there are 163 of them dotted about the city in various guises (this is the official figure, though some sources claim there are as many as 350).