Wrocław - the city of bridges
Wrocław, the heart of Lower Silesia Voivodeship, is an ancient city in south-western Poland. The Odra River with its channels and tributaries crosses the city demarking twelve islands and giving context to over 300 bridges located within the city boundaries. One can hardly think of a better place in Poland for a bridges' enthusiast than the city of bridges - a popular name by which Wrocław is widely known. A vibrant cultural life, open and friendly inhabitants, a dense and multimodal transport network and close proximity to some of the most picturesque sites in Poland - all this makes Wrocław a highly popular destination for visitors and business alike. Wrocław is also one of the leading academic centres in Poland, with student population of 120 000.
Our lab, hosted within the Department of Bridges and Railways, is located just off the main campus of Wrocław University of Science and Technology. We are approximately 20 minutes' walk away from the Market Square - a historic centre of Wrocław. Public transport is rather efficient in Wrocław - you can get to our lab, without having to change vehicles, from the main train or bus station either by tram or bus. Wrocław international Nicolaus Copernicus Airport is approximately half an hour away from the city centre.
Plan your journey
City buses and trams (MPK): www.mpk.wroc.pl/en
Wrocław transport network: www.wroclaw.pl/en/transport-in-wroclaw