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Poland in 13 days

The largest of the touring programs. Showing the largest Polish cities - Warsaw, Gdansk, Torun, Poznan, Wroclaw and Krakow. Zooming monuments of Mazovia, Pomerania, Warmia and Mazury, Wielkopolska, Lower Silesia and Malopolska. Intense and interesting. The most comprehensive panorama of the country in our offer.



Day 1

Arrival in Warsaw. Meeting with Polish guide and transfer to hotel. Dinner and overnight.


Day 2

Visiting Warsaw. The Old Town, Royal Castle, the Royal Route, the Chopin Museum, Bath Palace and Wilanow Palace. Dinner at a restaurant in Old Town. Overnight.


Day 3

Transfer to Zelazowa Wola, Chopin's birthplace and museum tour. Departure in the direction of Olsztyn. On the way visit Stebark, where was the battle of Grunwald in 1410. Afternoon tour of Olsztyn and its monuments. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.


Day 4

Trip to the Swieta Lipka, the most beautiful Marian shrine in the north of Poland. After hearing the passage to the organ concert visit of the ruins Gierloz Wolfschanze, Hitler's military headquarters. After visiting the Castle of the Bishops of Warmia in Lidzbark coach drive by Orneta and Paslek to Malbork. Evening tour of Poland's largest Gothic castle. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Malbork.


Day 5

Transfer to Gdansk. Visiting the Old Town with the Royal Road, Town Hall, Artus Manor, the Uphagen House, St. Mary's Church. After a break for lunch ship cruise in Westerplatte where the first shots on 1st September 1939 began the World War II. Walk to the statue Westerplatte defenders and then ride by coach to the park and the Cathedral in Oliwa. Late afternoon drive to Sopot and walk along the pier. Back to Gdansk for dinner and overnight at the hotel.


Day 6

Drive to Torun. On the way visit one of the most beautiful Polish cities, Chelmno on the Vistula River, called the "Cracow the North". In Torun, tour the Old City with local guide and then transfer to Gniezno, the first Polish capital. Visiting the Cathedral of Gniezno with silver sarcophagus of St. Adalbert and the famous "Gniezno door", a masterpiece of Romanesque art. In the evening arrival to Poznan. Overnight and dinner at the hotel.


Day 7

Visiting the old town of Poznan from parish church, town hall and historic houses of the market. Transfer to Cathedral Island and sight-seeing of Poznan Cathedral with its dungeons. In the afternoon a drive to Wroclaw. On the way visit to the palace in Rydzyna, one of a number of aristocratic residences in Great Poland. Upon arrival in Wroclaw evening walk on Cathedral Island, dinner and overnight.


Day 8

Wroclaw sightseeing tour and a visit to the Department of National Museum "Panorama Raclawice". Watching one of the largest in the world of round images, showing the Battle of Raclawice during the Kosciuszko Uprising in 1794. Depart from Wroclaw to Swidnica, visiting the famous, the largest wooden church in Poland Peace Church, figuring in the list of UNESCO cultural heritage since 2001. Transfer to Ksiaz and visit the biggest castle in Lower Silesia, palm house build in 1914 and big stable complex. Transfer for dinner and overnight to Zagorze village.


Day 9

Departure to Krakow. On the way visit Tychy brewery (founded in 1629) or the State Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau. Transfer to Krakow for dinner and overnight at the hotel.


Day 10

Guided tour of Krakow. Matejko Square, Barbican, Florian Gate, the Cloth Hall, St. Mary's Church, the Wawel Hill with the royal castle and cathedral with the tombs of kings and national heroes. The walk to "Pope Window" and the Franciscan Church. The short visit of the oldest part of Jagiellonian University - Collegium Maius. In the afternoon we drive to and visit the famous Wieliczka Salt Mine (UNESCO World Heritage Site since 1978). Back to Krakow and dinner with klezmer music in a restaurant in Kazimierz, former Jewish district.


Day 11

Departure to Zakopane, winter capital of Poland. Visiting the Tatra Museum and the local highlanders market with cheese products and handicrafts. Departure by mountain train to Gubałówka mount and after a break for a meal, drive to Koscieliska Valley and walk into the beautiful part of Tatra National Park. Dinner at the highlanders folklore restaurant and return to Krakow in the late evening.


Day 12

Departure from Krakow to Czestochowa. Along the way, crossing the Ojcow National Park, one of the most picturesque corners of Poland. In Czestochowa, visit the SanctuaryThe Black Madonna , a local museum and the cathedral treasury. Drive to Warsaw. Gala dinner in the old town and overnight at the hotel.


Day 13

Transfer to the airport. End of the tour and departure from Warsaw.