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Long weekend in Wroclaw, Poland for £48 each including flights and hotel @ accorhotels
Long weekend in Wroclaw, Poland for £48 each including flights and hotel @ accorhotels

Long weekend in Wroclaw, Poland for £48 each including flights and hotel @ accorhotels

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This deal is based on 2 adults flying out to Wroclaw from Belfast on Friday 3rd February returning Monday 6th February.

There are similar flight prices from the majority of Uk airports throughout February.

Wroclaw is a city in west Poland and has the beauty of Kraków but without the tourists. It has cheap restaurants and bars and is perfect if you want to explore somewhere new which isn't overrun with tourists.

I've chosen the Ibis Budget Wroclaw Polidnie which is located just under 2 miles from the centre. It is around a 6 minute walk to the tram stop which then takes 15 minutes to the heart of the city. The hotel has excellent reviews on Tripadvisor with an average rating of 4/5. I've chosen this hotel because it was a bargain for only £12 a night.

If you fancy paying a few more £££ there are plenty of options in the heart of the city. Another excellent hotel with an average review of 4.5/5 on Tripadvisor is Ibis Wroclaw Centrum which is only £34 a night.

Don't forget in major European cities there is city tax to pay, they will usually take this upon arrival.

This deal only includes hand luggage however you're entitled to a 10kg cabin bag and a personal hand bag. If you pack wisely you shouldn't have any trouble doing this trip.

Price breakdown

Flights booked with Ryanair - £59.96

Ibis Budget booked through Accorhotels - £35.68

Total price for 2 people - £95.64

Total price each - £47.82

OR

Ibis Wroclaw Centrum booked through Accorhotels.com - £104.51

Total price each - £82.24

46 Comments

Original Poster

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Heat!

another great deal today from Belfast, cheers OP

Plenty to do and see in Wroclaw. As has been mentioned - hotel a bit far from the city centre. From the nearest tram stops you can get directly to the zoo, centennial hall, city centre ( town hall, Opera house), cathedral district, aquapark.
Edited by: "litwoojczyznomoj" 17th Jan

so sorry, voted cold by mistake great deal!

bednim

so sorry, voted cold by mistake great deal!



I got your back - wasn't going to vote but did to cancel yours out!

villageidiotdan

I got your back - wasn't going to vote but did to cancel yours out!


I was going to vote hot, but have voted cold. To put a stop to this rigged voting

thomasleep

I was going to vote hot, but have voted cold. To put a stop to this … I was going to vote hot, but have voted cold. To put a stop to this rigged voting



And they say democracy through voting doesn't work!
Edited by: "villageidiotdan" 17th Jan

Belfast to Poland - get your driveway tarmac and your scrap metal collected in one journey

Burning HOT

was there before Christmas, nice place and cheap if you go to the right places. There's a good pdf from in your pocket at this link: inyourpocket.com/wro…law which we used as a guide for food/drink

Worked there a bit, lovely place. Heat

What's the weather like in early March?

Heat Fantastic Deal. But I bet its cold out there.
Anyone know of any deals to Krakow, any time in the next two months?

thomasleep

I was going to vote hot, but have voted cold. To put a stop to this … I was going to vote hot, but have voted cold. To put a stop to this rigged voting


I wasn't going to vote but decided to vote hot to cancel out your cold which cancelled out the hot which compensated for the cold. I think
Edited by: "sb170" 17th Jan

Don't know why anyone would want to leave Belfast in the first place!

i have been here on a martial arts course.
Not a holiday destination as place is a ****
I would never go back, lol

sb170

I wasn't going to vote but decided to vote hot to cancel out your cold … I wasn't going to vote but decided to vote hot to cancel out your cold which cancelled out the hot which compensated for the cold. I think



Well can't have that so I have voted cold to cancel your hot vote that cancelled out the cold which cancelled out the hot which compensated for the cold. All sorted now.

I voted Brexit !!

antf83

What's the weather like in early March?


temp between -20 °C : +20 °C

rolo28

Well can't have that so I have voted cold to cancel your hot vote that … Well can't have that so I have voted cold to cancel your hot vote that cancelled out the cold which cancelled out the hot which compensated for the cold. All sorted now.


I didn't know that you knew that I know what you knew what I did.

There'll be less Polish there than in Boston that's for sure!

Ice cold deal! Literally lol hot actually

Flombard

Don't know why anyone would want to leave Belfast in the first place!



I want to go to Belfast. Lovely people and accent.

antf83

What's the weather like in early March?



Its near mountains so lower humidity than up north and might be a bit cold, depends on winter right now there is like -10 and so much snow however I would expect smth arround +5 to 10
Edited by: "adrianmrok" 18th Jan

BenderRodriguez

Something to do while you're … Something to do while you're there:http://www.travelocafe.com/2012/07/chasing-dwarfs-in-wroclaw-poland.html



Very disappointed that didn't link to a Pamplona-style running of the dwarfs.

Heat

rockjam

Belfast to Poland - get your driveway tarmac and your scrap metal … Belfast to Poland - get your driveway tarmac and your scrap metal collected in one journey



just a tad racist!
Edited by: "adamsxi" 18th Jan

enjoyed a week there a few years ago when Ryanair were doing silly prices, I think the 4 return flights were about £8 all in. We found an awsome place to stay in the centre for £90 the week. rented a car and took a trip to the mountain area and also to Auschwitz which was simply mind blowing.

University building is nice and there is cheap food in the place opposite, Bazylia, good for a lunch stop.
Also nice on the other side of the river,

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Pałac Sufraganów

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Edited by: "winchman" 18th Jan

Flombard

Don't know why anyone would want to leave Belfast in the first place!



Lol

rolo28

Well can't have that so I have voted cold to cancel your hot vote that … Well can't have that so I have voted cold to cancel your hot vote that cancelled out the cold which cancelled out the hot which compensated for the cold. All sorted now.



It doesn't matter who voted what, the Russians have only gone and rigged it. And maybe us Poles too.

sb170

I wasn't going to vote but decided to vote hot to cancel out your cold … I wasn't going to vote but decided to vote hot to cancel out your cold which cancelled out the hot which compensated for the cold. I think




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Highly recommend Wroclaw. Smart germanic city, loads to see, great museums, excellent (cheap) food and free guided tours (plus a tip). Went there last September, and it was a highlight of my tour from north to south Poland. Excellent craft beer pubs, nice people, beautiful cathedral island, I could go on...

Fantastic deal, BlueSkies!

Without the intention of hijacking your thread I hope you don't mind me making a suggestion to anyone that is interested in this deal or in fact visiting Wroclaw at all.

An option to get from the airport to the city centre is day bus service 106 which costs around 3 zloty (approximately £0.65 at current exchange rates) per one way ticket, of course another option is taxi which I've personally never used there but I believe will cost around 50 zloty (approximately £10.70 at current exchange rates)

At the moment the weather isn't great in Wroclaw but should be improving by February, according to accuweather it'll be around the same as Belfast during the dates posted in this deal.

Anybody booked from London, if so how much?

I'm from Wroclaw and it is a nice city.
I suggest visiting 'Panorama Raclawicka' (a huge round painting with building build around it to hosting only this one painting). Zoo is quite nice. 'Fontanna Stulecia' is a fountain that offers nice light/laser displays in the evenings.
There's a lot of modern and traditional restaurants in the old market square (as well as many different night clubs - there's even an Irish pub ;). You could also go shopping. You can find a lot of fashionable items you wouldn't find
in IE or UK.

Ah Wroclaw. Check out the Wyspa Slodowa park in the evening and be greeted by a tonne of friendly Uni students playing flankybol and other drinking games. Also the cathedral island is magnificent at night. This city was definitely one of my highlights when I backpacked through Eastern Europe, check out Grampa's Hostel if you want even cheaper accommodation in a great location (but don't mind dorms!)
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Piperuk3

i have been here on a martial arts course. Not a holiday destination as … i have been here on a martial arts course. Not a holiday destination as place is a ****I would never go back, lol


Let me guess not enough greasey burger vans with fake hot chocolate drinks for you for £1.99.
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