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Single-ride tickets from Wrocław Airport to the city center cost 3 zł (or 1.50 zł for students or ISIC/EURO 26 holders) and can be purchased at the automatic ticket vending machine at the stop or on board.
As of April 2016, bus 106 operates between the airport and the main train station during day time.
All international and national buses stop at the PKS Centrum station which is located directly behind the main train station (timetable; click "Odjazdy autobusów z Dworca Centralnego PKS").
Wrocław is a stop on the Eurolines international coach network.
This service has been on and off in the past; in case of no direct train running between Dresden and Wroclaw, take the train to Zgorzelec and from there cross the border on foot or by bus to Görlitz from where direct trains leave fro Dresden.
Additionally, a special direct train (RE/KD 5825, the Culture Train) operates between Berlin and Wrocław as part of the European Capital of Culture festivities on weekends and holidays between April 2016 and January, 2017.
Thus, you should be able to a find sufficient number of English speakers to get by.
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