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Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport is an international commercial airport located in Wroclaw, south west Poland. Naturally, Europcar has facilities in Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport to help with all your car hire needs. Our fleet of comfortable, modern and reliable vehicles is always there, ready to accommodate any requirement or budget, along with helpful services like easy online booking, express pick-up, optional satellite navigation, child seats and additional driver cover, and can help you to begin your exploration of Wroclaw, and the rest of Poland, safe in the knowledge that your transport issues have been professionally dealt with.
Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport can be found about six miles south west of Wroclaw city centre. The aiport consists of one runway, two passenger terminals and a cargo terminal. Currently, Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport handles just over two million passengers per year, but is expanding to be able to take on far more. The airport runs regular services to Warsaw, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Munich and Copenhagen, with Ryanair flights to destinations in the UK, Ireland and Italy. There are also seasonal services to many European holiday spots like Corfu, Alicante, Barcelona, Fuerteventura, Malta and Paphos, as well as African destinations in Egypt and Tunisia. Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport has easy access to the A8 autostrada and the S8 expressway, allowing direct links to Warsaw and the rest of Poland.
The City of Wroclaw - The largest city in western Poland, Wroclaw, sits on the River Odra and is the historical capital of the ancient region of Silesia. 2015 saw Wroclaw ranked by consulting firm Mercer as 'The Best City to Live' and, while it's the only Polish city to ranked in The Guardian's top ten places to visit, it has also been selected as 2016's European City of Culture. The City offers much to visitors, starting with medieval architecture in the shape of the Wroclaw Cathedral, which was originally built in the 10th century. The Main Market Square and its Old Town Hall were built in the 13th century, and on the north west corner of the square is St Elisabeth's Church, from the 14th century, with its 300 foot tower. Look out too for Salt Square and the Monument of Remembrance of Animals. Outside the oldest parts of the city, visitors can find more modern attractions, such as the Multimedia Fountain that uses 300 jets to display epic night shows, and Szczytnicki Park that offers some tranquil rest and a Japanese Garden. Wroclaw is also well-known for its lively nightlife, with many bars, restaurants, and nightclubs on the Market Square and the railway wharf.
The Dolnoslaskie Voivodship - The region around Wroclaw has been compared by many to the Loire Valley, consisting of rolling hills, mysterious tunnels and an enormous amount of castles. Some of the Protestant churches, such as Jawor and Swidnica, were constructed entirely of wood and clay without any nails used. The region also includes century old health spas, abandoned goldmines and any number of other attractions for those with a taste for adventure.