1st Day Warsaw
Arrival at Warsaw Airport. Transfer by bus to your hotel and check in. Dinner and overnight stay in Warsaw.
2nd Day Warsaw City Tour
Morning guided half day tour of Warsaw (duration 4 hours). Local guide will show you one of the largest city in Poland; the Polish capital. During the tour you will visit the city’s most important and interesting monuments. Among other things, the Royal Castle, Old Town and New Town Market Square and the Palace-Garden Complex in the Łazienki. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay in Warsaw.
3rd Day Masurian Lake
After check out transfer to Mikolajki, the most famous Masurian village with a beautiful marina. Visit to the Luknajno Lake Reserve often called the Swan Lake (UNESCO). Dinner and overnight stay in Mikołajki.
4th Day Malbork – Gdansk
After breakfast we depart to Gdansk via Malbork. Castle of Malbork it is a historical monument put on the UNESCO World`s Heritage list. This Gothic Castle is the biggest brick fortress in all the land and has been made a World Heritage Site! A tour of Malbork takes you back in time, allowing you to learn a bit about the lifestyle of these pious Knights and how they built such a massive structure so long ago. There are big collections of amber, arms and armory, coins, ceramics and other objects of art. After sightseeing, we drive to Gdansk. Dinner and overnight stay in Gdansk.
5th Day Gdansk
Morning half day tour of Gdansk, Sopot, Gdynia. We will start from short walk of Gdansk Old City: St. Mary’s Church, City Hall, Golden and Green Gates, Neptune Fountain, Long Street. On the way to Sopot, we stop at the famous Gdansk (formerly Lenin) Shipyards where the Solidarity movement led by Lech Walesa came into being in 1980. Afterward we drive to Sopot, a major health-spa and tourist resort destination. It has the longest wooden pier in Europe, at 515.5 meters, stretching out into the Bay of Gdansk. After visiting Sopot we depart to Gdynia. Short walk to the harbor. Afternoon at leisure. Dinner and overnight stay in Gdansk.
6th Day Toruń – Poznan
The next city on your itinerary is Torun, birthplace of Nicholas Copernicus (duration 2 hours). We will see the Torun Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is a delightful historical city with preserved Gothic structures, magnificent town hall, awe-inspiring fortification walls and the Polish “leaning tower of Pisa”. After sightseeing, transfer to Poznan. Dinner and overnight stay in Poznan.
7th Day Poznań – Wroclaw
After breakfast – 2 hours city tour start in Ostrow Tumski Island – the most important royal residence during the days when Poland was a pagan country. Than we will see Old Market Square – the center of old, medieval Poznan, with the hallmark of the city, two charming billy-goats that butt heads every day at noon. After sightseeing transfer to Wroclaw. Afternoon visit the oldest part of the Wroclaw – Ostrów Tumski with the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the two-level gothic Church of the Holy Cross. We then continue (on foot) to the University with its magnificent baroque Aula Leopoldina. The tour ends with a stroll around the Market Square where we are bound to be amazed at the beauty of the late gothic City Hall. Dinner and overnight stay in Wroclaw.
8th Day Auschwitz – Krakow
After the breakfast we will go to Auschwitz – Birkenau Concentration Camp, symbol of horror, inhumanity and the Holocaust. In 1979 former concentration camp was entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. We will continue to Krakow. Dinner at the hotel. Overnight stay in Krakow.
9th Day Krakow – Wieliczka Salt Mine
After the breakfast half day tour of Krakow with local guide (duration 4 hours) around magical Old Town (UNESCO) with it’s most important and spectacular monuments: Main Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, Cloth Hall, Wawel Hill and Cathedral. Afternoon 3,5 hours tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine UNESCO`s listed, the only one salt mine in the world preserved in this condition, visited by more than 1 million tourists a year. Visitors may take a walk of 2¸5 km through 3 levels in the Salt Mine down to 135 meters below ground level (400 steps), through underground lakes, various interesting geological forms, galleries, chambers and chapels. Dinner and overnight stay in Krakow.
10th Day Zakopane
After breakfast we will enjoy a landscape tour of Zakopane – the Polish Capital of winter sports, mountain tourism and polish highland culture. You will discover the marvelous landscape in the Tatry Mountains, highland folklore, wooden houses and local specialties. We will visit the charming wooden old parish church and the most unique cemetery in Poland (Krzeptowki, Bachledowka). After that you will also have enough time to walk down Krupowki Street for souvenir-shopping. We stop at Dębno, a 15th c. wooden Gothic country church which has an exquisite original polychromatic wall decoration inside – a relic of unique beauty. The church is entered on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. Afternoon we return to Krakow. Dinner and overnight stay in Krakow.
11th Day Czestochowa – Warsaw
Breakfast and check out. We will drive to Warsaw via Czestochowa; Jasna Gora Monastery which, along with Fatima in Portugal and Lourdes in France, is one of the most vivid and important pilgrimage sites of the entire Christian world. You will see not only the famous Black Madonna but also the monastery premises. After the visit we will continue to Warsaw. Dinner and overnight stay in Warsaw.
12th day Warsaw
After the breakfast check out of the hotel and depart for airport. Have a nice flight!
PRICE: from 990 EUR/per person*
PERIOD: 16th May – 27th May
• Transportation service by luxury bus with all amenities,
• Accommodation in 3*and 4*hotels (location: walk distance to city center), in double room with buffet breakfast,
o 3 nights in Warsaw hotel JM 4*
o 1 night in Mikolajki hotel Amax 3*
o 2 nights in Gdansk BW Bonum hotel 3*
o 1 night in Poznan Novotel Centrum 4*
o 1 night in Wroclaw Park Plaza hotel 4*
o 3 nights in Krakow BW Krakow Old Town 3 hotel *
• 11 x Dinners in a hotel
• Tour guide
• Sightseeing tours with English speaking guides according the program
• All taxes
Package Not Includes: Entry Fees approx.: 25 euro/per person, Beverages, Lunches, Travel Insurance, Tips to your guide & driver
*Tour for a group of minimum 25 people