Gems of Poland

  • Day 1, Warsaw (D)
  • Day 2, Warsaw (B, L)
  • Day 3, Warsaw - Krakow (B, D)
  • Day 4, Krakow – Czestochowa – Auschwitz – Krakow (B, L)
  • Auschwitz
  • Krakow
  • Day 5, Krakow - Wieliczka Salt Mine - Krakow (B, D)
  • Day 8, Krakow (B)
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5 nights
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travel type
Cultural
Poland is one of the major European countries with lots of culture and history. Yet it is less known travel destination than other Eastern and Central European countries. Thus, we invite you spend one week to see what is best in Poland:
  • Two capitals and two UNESCO Heritage sights – Warsaw and stunning Krakow, the former capital of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth;
  • Fryderyk Chopin Museum to know more about the most famous Polish citizen;
  • Wieliczka salt mine, also a UNESCO World Heritage monument;
  • Auschwitz, the former Nazi concentration camp, where you will hear about one of the most tragic pages in the world history.
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Day 1, Warsaw

Highlights: Warsaw Old Town

 

Warsaw city tour brings you to all must-see sights, including the Old Town, part of UNESCO World Heritage and a stroll along the Royal Route that links the former residences of Polish rulers and go down to the Vistula River to see the modern boulevards.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnights: Warsaw

Highlights: Warsaw Old Town

 

Warsaw city tour brings you to all must-see sights, including the Old Town, part of UNESCO World Heritage and a stroll along the Royal Route that links the former residences of Polish rulers and go down to the Vistula River to see the modern boulevards.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnights: Warsaw

Day 2, Warsaw

Highlights: Wilanow Palace, Fryderyk Chopin Museum

 

In the afternoon tour to Wilanow Palace & Park, often called “small Versailles”, the royal  summer residence with interiors of the 17th century.. Palace is surrounded by beautiful park with a variety of landscapes: English park, Italian Baroque garden and rose garden.

 

Afternoon visit to Chopin Museum, a modern biographical museum, where you can see the composer’s grand piano, letters and musical compositions.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Warsaw

Highlights: Wilanow Palace, Fryderyk Chopin Museum

 

In the afternoon tour to Wilanow Palace & Park, often called “small Versailles”, the royal  summer residence with interiors of the 17th century.. Palace is surrounded by beautiful park with a variety of landscapes: English park, Italian Baroque garden and rose garden.

 

Afternoon visit to Chopin Museum, a modern biographical museum, where you can see the composer’s grand piano, letters and musical compositions.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Warsaw

Day 3, Warsaw - Krakow

Highlights: Krakow Old Town

 

In the morning you take a high speed train to Krakow (330 km).
Afternoon Krakow City tour will show the major sights of the maginifecnt Old Town, including the largest medieval square in Europe, Wawel Castle and Cathedral and the Royal route.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Krakow

Highlights: Krakow Old Town

 

In the morning you take a high speed train to Krakow (330 km).
Afternoon Krakow City tour will show the major sights of the maginifecnt Old Town, including the largest medieval square in Europe, Wawel Castle and Cathedral and the Royal route.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Krakow

Day 4, Krakow – Czestochowa – Auschwitz – Krakow

Highlights: Jasna Góra Monastery,  former Nazi concentration camp “Auschwitz”

 

Morning departure to Czestochowa, visit Jasna Góra Monastery. It is a Baroque ensemble of a Baroque church and a Gothic chapel with the holy picture, also known as ‘The Black Madonna’ the heart of the sanctuary.  It i one of the world’s most important destinations for pilgrims. It is believed that St. Luke the Evangelist painted two pictures of the Virgin Mary on a tabletop once used by the Holy Family.

 

Further drive to Auschwitz and a visit to the former Nazi concentration camp. It is the most well-known former concentration camp and place of genocide in the World, where around 1.5 million were killed by the Nazis. A Museum was established here two years after the war. Its main tasks are conservation of the original remains of the camp, document research and education.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Krakow

Highlights: Jasna Góra Monastery,  former Nazi concentration camp “Auschwitz”

 

Morning departure to Czestochowa, visit Jasna Góra Monastery. It is a Baroque ensemble of a Baroque church and a Gothic chapel with the holy picture, also known as ‘The Black Madonna’ the heart of the sanctuary.  It i one of the world’s most important destinations for pilgrims. It is believed that St. Luke the Evangelist painted two pictures of the Virgin Mary on a tabletop once used by the Holy Family.

 

Further drive to Auschwitz and a visit to the former Nazi concentration camp. It is the most well-known former concentration camp and place of genocide in the World, where around 1.5 million were killed by the Nazis. A Museum was established here two years after the war. Its main tasks are conservation of the original remains of the camp, document research and education.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Krakow

Day 5, Krakow

Highlights: Wieliczka salt mine

 

Morning tour to Wieliczka salt mine, Europe’s oldest salt mine, recognised by UNESCO as the World Heritage Monument. Be ready for an unforgettable attractionan – 2,5 km walk through the chambers and corridors decorated with sculptures and figures and magnificent chapels, captivating underground lakes.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Krakow

 

Highlights: Wieliczka salt mine

 

Morning tour to Wieliczka salt mine, Europe’s oldest salt mine, recognised by UNESCO as the World Heritage Monument. Be ready for an unforgettable attractionan – 2,5 km walk through the chambers and corridors decorated with sculptures and figures and magnificent chapels, captivating underground lakes.

 

Meals: B + L

Overnight: Krakow

 

Day 8, Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport. Departure.

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the airport. Departure.

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