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I went with my friends. It has really nice view of Wroclaw. I love it. You have to make reservertion because it is really busy. You cant find place probably if you go without reservation. It is little bit far away from city center.
Skytower is nice to spend a little spare time when you are already in the area. We went to the mall and decided to buy the tickets. The elevators were no problem for us, but I can imagine that other people maybe feel uncomfortable. The...More
Managed to get tickets 40min wait on a Saturday. 50 floors high in a lift that was jam packed to the max ! Large viewing windows but everything was very dirty could do with a tidy up & paint job unloved could be made better...More
The price of the ticket without any discount is quite high in my opinion for such a facility for such a town in Poland . It is high , the view is breathtaking and there are many huge windows from which you can enjoy a...More
My partner and I went here using the team which stopped just a few minutes from the tower. You need to walk to the back of the shopping centre but all quite straight forward. If costs £3.50 for the half hour which is ideal. We...More
Definitely worth a visit as the views are spectacular. The shops on the first couple of floors are not great, but it is definitely worth paying to go to the viewing gallery to see Wroclaw laid out below.
I went here with a few friends while visiting Auckland. The price is quite high for what you get - 2 viewing platforms and a cafe, but it was nice anyway. Café was not overpriced and the view is really nice.
You dont need to book tickets online.. It's not like Alton Towers or Thorpe Park with hundreds of people lining up. When you get there you can buy a ticket ( The ticket office os inside the small shopping mall) It's every... More
You dont need to book tickets online.. It's not like Alton Towers or Thorpe Park with hundreds of people lining up. When you get there you can buy a ticket ( The ticket office os inside the small shopping mall) It's every 15 minutes or so they take people up so dont worry. It's near the train station
. from the centre about 20 min walk or so. I went in Summer so it was a nice walk via google map.. But Poland is piss cheap anyway so you can Uber it if you want. The rntrance to the Skytower is atoind the outsidw of the mall. There are plenty of signs. There is Also a Mcdonalds so you can grab some lunch or a coffee while you wait for the time you want to go up . Hope this helps.
It's nice up there. There is also an opportunity to get a photograph done up there which basically gives you a backdrop as if you are on a steel girder outside the tower (computer effect) takes 5 min to do but worth it ( about £4) so take some zloty with you