Day 1 • Warsaw
Arrival. Meeting your tour leader, your personal Poland
travel expert. Transfer to hotel. Dinner.
Day 2 • Warsaw
The day starts with a tour covering the best of Warsaw.
First the Old Town, listed on UNESCO World Heritage List
after reconstruction from the rubble of World War II. Then
the Via Regia or Royal Route linking the Royal Castle to
Wilanów Palace. We also take you to the Royal Łazienki
Palace Park, a magnificent palace and park complex, Warsaw’s
most attractive green area. After that we visit the
ultra-modern Warsaw Uprising Museum, which commemorates
the Uprising of 1944, the single most important
event that has defined today’s Warsaw.
Day 3 • Wieliczka / Kraków
After breakfast departure to Wieliczka. Visiting the
700-year-old Wieliczka Salt Mine (on UNESCO World Heritage
List), an unforgettable three kilometers of underground
chambers, caves, chapels and statues all sculptured
from salt. Mining salt, which was called “white gold”
in middle ages, contributed to a great development of
Kraków. Arrival to Kraków.
Day 4 • Kraków
After breakfast we visit Wawel Royal Castle – residence of
Polish kings through almost 600 years with its Royal and
State Apartments, Wawel Royal Cathedral - for centuries a
burial place of Polish kings, Market Square with Renaissance
Cloth Hall with numerous souvenirs, Gothic St. Mary’s
Basilica, Collegium Maius, the oldest college of Jagiellonian
University, founded in 1364. The historic center of
Kraków, the former capital of Poland, is listed on UNESCO
World Heritage List. In the evening arrival to Zakopane.
Day 5 • Zakopane
We start with a stroll along Krupówki Street - one of
the best-known Polish promenades and attracting visitors
from all over the world. Next we take a ride up a funicular
railway to the top of Gubałówka Hill to see a panorama
of the Tatra mountains. After a walk around the peak we
return to visit the oldest parts of Zakopane - beautiful timber
lodge of Villa Atma with its archetypal Zakopane style
architecture (now used as a museum) and the famous
cemetery “Na Pęksowym Brzysku” with many “gravestones”
in the birch grove made of wood. These graves are
considered to be supreme works of arts. Evening relax in
a local restaurant with live music of the highlander band.
Day 6 • Zakopane / Wrocław
After breakfast we depart to Wrocław. In 2016 it is the
European Capital of Culture that is why program of cultural
events such as concerts, festivals is bursting at
the seams during the whole year. We start sightseeing in
Cathedral Island full of narrow lanes, gas lamps and countless
bridges. From the cathedral tower we see a great
panorama of the city. We visit also University district to
see the historic academic headquarters of the city’s main
college. On our way there is the old butchers’ lane with
its quaint shops and the heart of the city - the Old Town
with Gothic City Hall and the oldest restaurant in Europe
in City Hall’s basement.
Day 7 • Wrocław / Warsaw
In the morning free time in Wrocław (if time permits depending
on the schedule of return flight). In the afternoon
departure to Chopin Warsaw Airport.
package rate from 379 €*
* per person in twin/double, with minimum
40 persons, price includes: accommodation in 3*
hotels on HB basis, coach transfers as per program,
local English/German speaking guide, price
does not include: flight tickets, travel insurance,
entrance fees (approx. 55 EUR), other meals
and beverages. Remark: this quote is subject to
availability based on the final dates of the tour and
needs to be confirmed.