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  • How much does it cost to store luggage in Wroclaw?

    The price for luggage storage in Wroclaw starts from just PLN 20.00/bag for the entire day.

  • Where can I store luggage in Wroclaw?

    There are multiple locations all around Wroclaw which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Plac Grunwaldzki, Plac Dominikański, John Paul II Square (Plac Jana Pawła II) and many other areas.

  • Is it safe to store your bags in Wroclaw?

    Yes. Every bag is tagged with a security seal and comes with the $10,000 Bounce Guarantee. Every location is required to uphold tight security precautions. You may be asked to show ID and you will be required to use a credit card to book through Bounce in advance. With hundreds of thousands of bags stored, you can count on Bounce to handle your baggage in Wroclaw.

  • Are there storage lockers in Wroclaw?

    Yes, there are storage lockers and luggage drop off points in Wroclaw. Storing your luggage with Bounce is as easy as using a storage locker, except a real person is there to watch over your things. If you don’t want to worry about lockers being full or remembering the code for your locker, you can drop off your luggage at any of our convenient locations in Wroclaw.

  • Where are the best places to stay and eat while in Wroclaw?

    The most popular restaurants to visit are McDonald's, HALA - bistro monko, and Chinkalnia - Restauracja Gruzińska. Additionally, the highest ranked hotels within Wroclaw are Hotel Sleep, Hotel Mercure Wroclaw Centrum, and DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Wroclaw.

  • Where are the best parks and nature attractions in Wroclaw?

    Wroclaw offers several scenic parks including Maślice, Park Zachodni, and Park Grabiszyński.

  • Where can I find tourist information and guideposts in Wroclaw?

    You can find local tourist information at Sniko Sp. z o.o., Wellcore Paweł Horoszczak, and Matyaszczyk Mateusz. #lovinlife.


Luggage storage in Wroclaw - About the City:

Over its long history, Wroclaw has belonged to many different nations. Poland, Bohemia, Hungary, Austria, Prussia, Germany, and finally Poland again have all laid claim to the city at various points through the centuries. This has left Wroclaw with a fascinating mix of cultures waiting to be explored.

The city's position in the Southwest of Poland partially explains this turbulent history. Close to the borders of Czechia and Germany, Wroclaw has often played a significant role in the history of Central and Eastern Europe. Closer to Prague and Dresden than it is to Warsaw, Wroclaw is a classic Mitteleuropean city that wears its cultural influences on its sleeve.

The prestigious University of Wroclaw has produced nine Nobel laureates, and Wroclaw often ranks as one of the smartest cities in the world. The large student population helps to give Wroclaw a youthful vibe, despite its many historical buildings and old-world charm. As well as being a meeting point on ancient trade routes, Wroclaw has become a place where the past and future combine.

Overall, the interesting history, unique architecture, and vibrant character of the city are some of the main reasons that travelers come here. Wroclaw has undeniable beauty and colorful buildings that give it a distinct charm, unlike any other place in the world. If you’re interested in learning about all there is to do in Wroclaw, we’ve got you covered with some great examples below. 

While touring the shops and museums we’ve mentioned, you’ll need a place to stow your non-essentials. Download the Bounce app, find luggage storage Wroclaw, and book secure luggage storage in advance. Then you can start your Wroclaw adventure!

Stow your bags in Wroclaw

Wroclaw's historic buildings are so well-preserved that it's easy to forget the history of war and destruction that has passed through this beautiful city. Just about every turn in the old town reveals something new to appreciate and admire. For that reason, Wroclaw is a great city for pedestrians.

However, your journey will be a lot easier if you don't carry more weight than you need to. Drop off heavy bags at a luggage storage location in Wroclaw to enjoy your trip to the fullest. No matter what size bags you have, leave them at a Bounce location in Wroclaw and know they will be safely looked after until you're ready to pick them up.

Top things to do in Wroclaw

As well as being one of Poland's most interesting cities, Wroclaw is one of its warmest. It's a great place to wander and admire the traces a turbulent history has left on the town. If you're traveling to Wroclaw in the winter, the Wroclaw Christmas Market at holiday time is a must-do. You'll find plenty to do here to keep you occupied, no matter what you're interested in.

Activities and attractions in Wroclaw

River tour

The Oder, Poland’s 2nd longest river, runs through the heart of Wroclaw. Take a raft or kayak trip along this historic waterway to see not only Wroclaw but also the countryside that surrounds it. Quaint medieval villages line the river banks, and you can even experience them traditionally by taking a medieval barge the way the area's residents did hundreds of years ago.

Wine tour

Polish wine doesn't enjoy the reputation of French or Italian products. However, wine has been produced in Poland for centuries, and the underrated vineyards here are finally starting to get some attention. As one of the warmest parts of Poland, Wroclaw is right in the heart of Polish wine country. Take a tour from Wroclaw to discover this side of Polish culture. Who knows? You might find yourself with a new favorite.

CHKO Broumovsko Protected Area

Just across the border into the Czech Republic, you'll find CHKO Broumovsko Protected Area. This sprawling park is known for its rugged hills and rock formations that rise above the relatively flat land and provide sweeping views over multiple countries. Abundant hiking trails let you explore this rare European wilderness for yourself.

Wroclaw Market Square

Begin your exploration at Wroclaw Market Square. Wroclaw began as a market town, and that tradition continues today. One of Europe's largest squares, this beautifully restored medieval space was left in ruins after the Second World War but has since recovered its historic charm.

Cathedral Island

Step back in time at Cathedral Island. This is the oldest part of Wroclaw, and the narrow streets and endless churches are almost infinitely captivating. Best of all, this part of town is lit by genuine gas lamps. At dusk, you can watch the lamplighter light the streetlights one by one.

Raclawice Panorama

See a bold artistic experiment at Raclawice Panorama. This colossal painting commemorates the Battle of Raclawice in 1794. The massive panorama is nearly 400 feet long and completely surrounds the viewer in the purpose-built rotunda that was opened in 1985 to display it.

Raclawice Panorama bag policy

Bags, backpacks and suitcases must be left behind when viewing the Raclawice Panorama. Although they have baggage storage lockers to use during opening hours, they may not have available space during peak times. Download our app to see the luggage storage locations near you, and use it to complete your booking ahead of time. It’ll save you from waiting in the long lines you might find at luggage lockers or other luggage storage facilities.

Wroclaw University

Explore Wroclaw's history as a center of learning at Wroclaw University. Founded in 1702, this historic University is now open to the public for tours. The magnificent Baroque Hall and the mathematical tower are worth the visit alone.

Wroclaw University bag policy

We’re not sure of the policy but some parts of the university, like the Reading Rooms in the library, ask that guests stow their belongings before visiting. Find somewhere to store luggage close by before entering the university. Leave your suitcase with us for a few hours. We partner with hotels and businesses across the city and have many luggage storage options in the area.

Shopping in Wroclaw


Renoma is often considered to be the best shopping destination in the city. This retail complex is home to more than 120 stores and eateries, with lots of name brands to choose from. You’ll also find local shops and independent boutiques.

Magnolia Park

Magnolia Park is the biggest retail center in the city at 100,000 sq meters in size. Inside the mall, you’ll have the chance to enjoy window shopping at 250 stores selling everything from world-renowned brands to local Polish stores. Come here for perfume, clothes, jewelry and souvenirs. There’s also a nice selection of dining options inside the mall.

Wroclaw Fashion Outlet

The Wroclaw Fashion Outlet is modern and spacious, with many shopping opportunities waiting for you. Being an outlet, this spot also boasts great prices with discounts sometimes going as high as 70% off. You can shop til you drop with several casual eateries in the area where you can stop and recharge when needed.

Top restaurants in Wroclaw

Piwnica Swidnicka

Eat at the oldest restaurant in Europe, Piwnica Swidnicka. Located inside Wroclaw's stunning Old Town Hall, this establishment dates back to 1273. Former guests include the Holy Roman Emperor Sigismund, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Frederick Chopin, and Pablo Picasso. They have a nice selection of beer and some mouthwatering dishes, like venison stew, handmade dumplings, and a selection of local artisan meats.

Nafta Neo Bistro

Nafta is a unique spot, and used to be very secret. In the past guests would only receive the restaurant's location on the day of their reservation, making it a super exciting and unknown place. Now in the days of the internet, you can easily find them online which is why they do things like a normal restaurant. They serve delicious and high-quality food that will leave you satisfied every time. Expect dishes like steamed buns with rabbit and teriyaki sauce or wontons served with tapioca and pork cheeks.

The Cork

Consider making a reservation before heading to this restaurant as it’s quite popular. They have indoor and outdoor seating so you can take advantage of the weather if it’s nice out. Previous guests have done olive oil tasting here, which is a unique experience for foodies. When it comes time to eat, don’t overlook the herring and rye bread served with pickled cucumber, horseradish cream, onions, fennel, chives, and creme fraiche.

Transit options in Wroclaw

Wroclaw Airport

Wroclaw's airport serves flights to many destinations in Europe and beyond. Spain, France, the UK, Germany, Italy, Iceland, and Egypt, among other countries, all fly directly to Wroclaw.


The city of Wroclaw operates 20 tramlines to get you around town. Services are efficient and affordable, and tickets can be purchased in advance from newsagents and on board. Single tickets cost 4.60PLN.


In total, there are 50 bus routes in Wroclaw, and they work in alliance with the trams to provide a public transit network all over the city. You can use the same tickets on the bus as you do on the tram, making it easy to switch transit methods. If you’re going to be traveling around a lot, we recommend buying a day ticket which is valid for 24 hours and costs 15.00PLN.


Wroclaw train station, with the main station being Wroclaw Glowny, connects the center of the city to more outlying districts. It also connects Wroclaw to other European cities, such as Dresden, Prague, Vienna, Warsaw, and beyond. If you want to take a day trip, Dresden is your closest destination. The journey will take about 4 hours and will cost around 185.00PLN.

Enjoy the convenience of storing luggage in Wroclaw

You can change the vibe of your vacation when you decide to store your luggage, and our luggage storage service is convenient and affordable. Leave your suitcases safely in our care to avoid lugging unnecessary weight around. 

Whether you’re spending a week here on vacation or are visiting on a business trip, make the most of your time and start exploring as soon as you’ve arrived. You don’t have to stop at your hotel as soon as you arrive in Wroclaw. Leave your things with us and start the fun right away.

As you explore more of Europe, Bounce has convenient luggage storage in cities such as Krakow and Warsaw. Check out our guides to learn more.

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