Aktualności

  • We are pleased to announce the Seminar "Building a civil society in Europe", which will be held at the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław, Poland, from 20 to 23 September 2017. The Seminar is jointly hosted by the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław and Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

     

    Overview

    The Seminar “Building a civil society in Europe” is organised by the Faculty of Law, Administration and Economics of the University of Wrocław and the Konrad Adenauer Foundation. The objective of the course is to provide participants with a general outline of the civil society institutions introduced in Europe. The lectures will be held in English.

  • In September 2017, Institute of International Studies at Charles University in Prague will start a new Joint Master Programme - European Politics and Society: Vaclav Havel Joint Master Programme (EPS) open for EU and non-EU students interested in history, political science and international relations.

Your arrival to Wroclaw

YOUR ARRIVAL TO WROCŁAW

The cheapest way to get to the Dormitory from the Airport or from Main Railway Station is to use a bus or a tram.

There is a very useful website which will help you in finding your way. You just need to fill out "traveling from"  (for Airport put: PORT LOTNICZY, for main railway Station: DWORZEC GŁ. PKP)  and "traveling to" (address of your hotel) fields  and the program will find you connection and time of departure.

You can of course take a taxi, the cost is around 15€ or 20€  from the airport to the city centre and 5€ or 10€ from the main station. It is better to ask about the price before you take a taxi just to avoid dishonest drivers.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT

Wroclaw has an extensive public transport network. Unfortunately we don't have an underground, but we do have a well-developed tramway system.
Trams do not run during the night, whereas buses run around the clock (not all of them, of course, as there's no need for that).
In Wroclaw there are daytime normal routes, designated by black numbers from 100 do 149, and express routes, designated by red letters: A, C, D, E, K, and N. Suburban routes are numbered 604 to 623.Night routes are designated by black numbers from 240 to 259; night buses run only once an hour.

Public transport fares:

Single-trip, regular lines within and outsite city limits (regular fare) 3,00 zł

Single-trip, express and night lines (regular fare) 3,20 zł

30-minute, all lines within and outside city limits (regular fare) 3,00 zł

60-minute, all lines within and outside city limits (regular fare) 4,40 zł

90-minute, all lines within and outside city limits (regular fare) 6,00 zł

24-hour, all regular and night lines within and outside city limits (regular fare) 11,00 zł

48-hour, all regular and night lines within and outside city limits (regular fare) 20,00 zł

72-hour, all regular and night lines within and outside city limits (regular fare) 26,00 zł

168-hour, all regular and night lines within and outside city limits (regular fare) 46,00zł

You can buy it in special machines which you can find at almost every bus and tram stops.

Upon your arrival you can buy single-trip tickets in newsagents at the Airport or at the Main Station. You can also buy it in bus and tram useing special machine (you can pay by card only).

After entering the bus or the tram you must validate your ticket.

There is also a very useful website if you want to travel by train. You just need to fill out " from"  (for e.g WARSZAWA CENTRALNA - main station in Warsaw)  and " to" (WROCŁAW GŁÓWNY - main station in Wrocław) fields and the program will find you the best connection and the time of departure.