Wroclaw-Copernicus Airport is a hub for Ryanair, Wizzair, and Enter Air, and serves the city of Wroclaw, Poland, and the surrounding region. It is an international airport that sees almost four and a half million travelers come through its gates in the western portion of the country. WRO is located about six miles from the city center, and major and regional carriers fly into Wroclaw from many points throughout Europe. These include:
- Aegean Airlines
- LOT Polish Airlines
- Scandinavian Airlines
Popular Routes to Wroclaw Airport
Wroclaw was voted best regional airport four years running by the readers of Business Traveler Poland starting in 2013. Travelers from Norway, the Netherlands, and Ukraine also like it a lot as those are some of the top countries on the arrivals board at WRO.
See What's Beyond Wroclaw Airport
Wroclaw is the largest city in southwest Poland and is home to over 600,000 people. A college town, the University of Wroclaw is among the places to see when travelers visit the area. Town Hall, Market Square, the Multimedia Fountain, and Centennial Hall are all great places to take in on a visit too.
Transportation fromWroclaw Airport
Buses run directly from the airport to the city center, and taxi or other private car hires have an easy route into Wroclaw via two main highways. You can also pick up a rental car if you're going to be driving yourself. To check on the best rental car rates available, click on the Skyscanner car rental search tab and compare rental car rates as well as airport transfers.
Cheap Flights to Wroclaw Airport
If you're thinking about traveling to southwest Poland and want to know what airlines fly to WRO, check out the Skyscanner Airline page for a full list of carriers.