Camping Olimpijski Nr. 117
Poland, West, Dolnoslaskie, Wroclaw
- +48 0713484651
- 1 May - 15 October.
Alan Rogers Review
Wroclaw sits on the River Oder and boasts over a hundred bridges. The historic town centre has an impressive mixture of architectural influences, from Flemish style, Renaissance mansions to a late Gothic Town Hall, and has a fine collection of open-air restaurants and cafés. The campsite is 5 km. from the town centre at the Olympic stadium and has convenient tram services to town. It would be a good site for an overnight stop or for a couple of days sightseeing. It is a large site with pitches for 180 touring units on level, grassy ground with some trees.
Two toilet blocks with hot and cold showers and washbasins. Facilities for disabled visitors. Small shop at entrance. Bar and snacks (high season). Games room and TV. Accommodation to rent. WiFi. Pets allowed.
From Wroclaw, follow E67 and signs for ‘Stadion Olimpiji’ (very large floodlights are a good indicator). Site is 5 km. from the centre.Link to campsite location map on google
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Degrees, Minutes & Seconds (DMS)
|N51 7 1||W17 5 28|