Dreaming of extraordinary vacations in Europe?
Let Poland surprise you!
Dreaming of extraordinary vacations in Europe?
Let Poland surprise you!
Arrival to Poland – we will pick you up from Warsaw airport and transfer you to your hotel. In the evening you will meet other tour participants during the welcome dinner.
Sightseeing of Warsaw, the phoenix city that rose from ashes after WWII. You’ll see the Old Town, the Royal Route, the Łazienki Park and the Wilanów Palace. At the end of the day you’ll have dinner and listen to a Chopin concert.
The Land of 1000 Lakes is waiting, so it’s time to leave Warsaw. En route, we’ll stop in Olsztyn, where Nicolaus Copernicus used to work. We’ll spend the following two nights in Giżycko, where you’ll sleep inside a real castle.
On the 4th day of your journey you’ll discover Hitler’s secret military headquarters known as Wolf’s Lair. You will also listen to an amazing organ concert at Święta Lipka Sanctuary.
Our next destination will be Gdańsk. Have you ever sailed through grass? All is not lost yet, on our way we will take part in a very unusual cruise along the Elbląg Canal. In the evening you’ll have time to explore Gdańsk on your own.
We’ll start the day with Sopot, a famous seaside resort. Then we’ll see the beautiful Old Town of Gdańsk. You can also join an optional trip to the European Solidarity Center and learn more about the communist time in Poland.
The main attraction will be the Malbork castle. It is the biggest gothic fortress in Europe. Together with your guide, you will explore the chambers where the Teutonic Knights used to live.
We have Toruń on today’s agenda. Toruń is where the most famous Polish astronomer, Copernicus, was born. It is also known for its gingerbread. No doubt it is a very beautiful city.
Today you’ll see the birthplace of Poland, Poznań. According to legend, this is where the fathers of three Slavic nations met. After the sightseeing of Poznań, we will travel to Wrocław.
You’ll discover the turbulent story of Wrocław, which throughout history was located within the Polish, the Czech and the German borders. After lunch you can go on an optional trip to the Church of Peace in Świdnica.
Today we are going to visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, a former Nazi death camp. Prepare for a million thoughts and questions that can find no rational answer. A visit to the concentration camp is a difficult history lesson.
Today you’ll see Zakopane, known as the winter capital of Poland. A funicular ride to the top of Gubałówka, beautiful views over the Tatra Mountains and a folklore show will all add up to a very pleasant day.
You’ve seen Poland from the top of a mountain, so today you’ll explore what’s under the ground. And you’ll find real treasures made of salt in Wieliczka Salt Mine! After wandering through the underground labyrinth of corridors, you’ll go to Kraków.
The vivid city of Kraków is the favorite tourist destination in Poland. We’ll take a walk around the Jewish district of Kazimierz, see the Wawel Castle see the beautiful Old Town. But before we go sightseeing, you’ll learn to make the most famous Polish dish – pierogi!
You can choose to explore Kraków on your own or take part in an optional Jewish Kraków trip. In the evening a horse carriage will take you to your farewell dinner.
Last but not least, we’ll go to the most important pilgrimage destination in Poland, Częstochowa. We’ll be back to Warsaw around 5 p.m. Why do all good things come to an
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Arrival to Poland – we will pick you up from Warsaw airport and transfer you to the hotel. In the evening you will meet other tour participants during the welcome dinner.
Half-day sightseeing of Warsaw including the Old Town, the former Jewish Ghetto, and Łazienki Park. In the evening we invite you for a Chopin concert and dinner in an excellent Polish restaurant.
Departure from Warsaw in the morning, heading north to Wolf’s Lair and Święta Lipka Sanctuary. Exploring the former headquarters of Nazis from the Second World War and a Sanctuary where a famous organ concert is played. Overnight stay in a real castle hotel.
On the way to Gdańsk you will stop in Malbork to see the famous castle erected in the Middle Ages. After arrival to Gdańsk you will have some free time before enjoying a dinner in a local restaurant.
Half-day sightseeing of Sopot and Gdańsk including a walk along the wooden pier in Sopot, enjoying the breeze of the Baltic Sea, and admiring the beauty of the Old Town in Gdańsk. For the evening dinner we invite you to one of the finest restaurants in Gdańsk.
Prepare for a whole day of sightseeing and adventures. You will see Toruń with its unique gothic Old Town and spend a night in a palace that has been turned into a hotel.
You will visit the famous pottery manufacture in Bolesławiec and afterwards head to Wrocław to enjoy a guided tour of the Old Town and have dinner.
The culminating point of this day is visiting the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial. The following 4 nights are spent in Kraków.
Today you will head for a one-day side trip to Zakopane, the most famous Polish mountain resort and the capital city of Polish highlander folklore. After sightseeing of the town and admiring the beauty of Polish mountains you will have dinner in a local restaurant and watch a folklore show.
The day starts with a guided tour of the Old Town in Kraków. The rest of the day is free for you to explore the city on your own. Dinner in the evening in a restaurant in the city.
Let’s explore the underground kingdom of salt in Wieliczka Salt Mine! In the evening you will participate in a farewell dinner in a local restaurant in Kraków
On the way back to Warsaw you will stop in Częstochowa to see the most famous Polish Sanctuary of Black Madonna. In the late afternoon you will arrive to Warsaw.
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Hello, Warsaw! Once you arrive at the Chopin Airport in Warsaw, our driver will take you to your hotel. You’ll have some time to explore Warsaw on your own and prepare for an amazing adventure.
Today you’ll explore Warsaw together with your guide. You’ll see the Old Town, which was completely destroyed during WWII and then rebuilt from rubble. You will also see the area of the former Jewish Ghetto.
In the morning, you’ll leave Warsaw and go to Częstochowa, the most important pilgrimage destination in Poland. Later you will go to Kraków and make yourself at home in one of the centrally located hotels.
You’ll wander through the lovely Old Town of Kraków and see the Wawel Castle. In the evening you’ll see Kraków’s Jewish Quarter.
First you will pay a visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau, which will be an important, yet difficult history lesson. In the afternoon you will see the salt mine in Wieliczka, which was opened in the 13th century.
You’ll enjoy the view over the Tatra Mountains from the top of the Gubałówka Mountain and do some sightseeing in Zakopane, which is known as the winter capital of Poland. In the afternoon you’ll return to Kraków
You can choose to depart from Kraków, return to Warsaw or stay longer in Poland and continue discovering this beautiful country.
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