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Weekend offer

This weekend offer presents short stays at various places in Poland, mainly in large cities and attractive tourist regions, often with a theme in a cultural event.


We offer weekends in Warsaw, Krakow, Gdansk, Poznan, Bydgoszcz, Lodz, Wroclaw, Szczecin, and Lublin, as well as in the Bialowieza Forest, the Podhale region, in Klodzko Valley and Jelenia Gora Valley. Optional part stays in the big cities are opera weekends, with participation in local musical theaters performances.


  • Weekend in Bydgoszcz

    Bydgoszcz is one of the largest Polish cities. Located on the Brda river and the Bydgoszcz Canal connects the Oder and Vistula river basins. Head of the Kujawsko-Pomorskie. Picturesque, with interesting monuments and a rich cultural life. Opera weekend in Bydgoszcz can be an unforgettable experience. Easily accessible also through The Ignacy Jan Paderewski Airport  for tourists from Germany and the UK.

  • Weekend in Gdansk

    Gdansk is one of the most beautiful Polish cities with a rich history and magnificent monuments. It is part of the so-called Tri-City, in the composition, which includes in addition to Gdansk are built in the twenties of the twentieth century, Gdynia, a large commercial port and the Sopot - known seaside resort with the longest wooden pier in Europe. Here, on 1st September 1939 began firing German battleship "Schleswig Holstein" World War II. In Gdansk was born in 1980, "Solidarity" movement, whose uprising triggered changes in Poland and throughout Eastern Europe. Equally attractive as its surroundings are Classifieds: Hel Peninsula, Vistula Spit and the largest medieval castle in Malbork. Classifieds offers music fans two theaters: the Baltic Opera and Musical Theatre in Gdynia. The music lovers can attend concerts of organ in the Cathedral in Oliwa, district of Gdansk.

  • Weekend in Krakow

    Meeting with the former Polish capital, the cradle of culture and tradition. One of the most visited Polish cities, because of the numerous monuments and a rich offer of cultural events. The picturesque and lively. Yearlong interesting offer for tourists from around the world. Starting point in the Polish Tatra Mountains, to the Auschwitz-Birkenau in Oswiecim, Wadowice, birthplace of Pope John Paul II and in Pieniny Mountains of their main attraction, the rafting on the the Dunajec river.

  • Weekend in Lodz

    Lodz is called the Polish Manchester. The famous Piotrkowska Street, revitalized complex of old factories converted into a huge Poznanski cultural and commercial center "Manufaktura", with historical workers' settlements, Art Nouveau palaces of old factory, excellent examples of industrial architecture, the famous Film School and the Museum of Contemporary Art, with its own Wladyslaw Reymont airport, through which tourists can easily reach here from Germany, Great Britain, Italy, Israel and Ireland. Lodz is an interesting target for weekend. Especially recommended for students of architecture. Opera lovers also will not be disappointed.

  • Weekend in Lublin

    Lublin is a Polish city attractive for tourists, situated on the route of several tourist routes in Europe such as the Via Regia, Trail and Route Jagiellonian Hasidim. At the Lublin castle is one of the most interesting monuments of Gothic art, "Chapel of the Holy Trinity". Nearby is one of the most tragic places of the Holocaust - the former German concentration camp of Majdanek, the place of extermination of Jews. It is also the base for excursion trips to attractive places in the Lublin region, to Pulawy and Kazimierz, the pearl of Renaissance architecture - Zamosc and Zamoyski Family Palace in Kozlowka or underground touristic route in Chelm.

  • Weekend in Szczecin

    Szczecin is next to Gdansk and Gdynia, a large port city. It is a city on the European route brick Gothic monuments. It is close to the island of Wolin and the seaside resorts Międzyzdroje and Swinoujscie. The former seat of the Dukes of Pomerania, with an interesting urban layout and its famous sights.

  • Weekend in Warsaw

    Classic urban tourism event. During our stay in Warsaw we visit the Old Town with the Royal Castle, the Chopin Museum, Warsaw Uprising Museum and the Baths and the Palace in Wilanow. Watching the city skyline from the terrace of the Palace of Culture and Science. The weekend of opera spectacle options at the Grand Theatre, Chamber Opera or Musical Theater "Roma".

  • Weekend in Wroclaw

    During the weekend in Wroclaw we visit the historic town of Ostrow Tumski, watch "Panorama Raclawicka" and we leave on a trip to one of the attractive places in Lower Silesia. It is also a great place for a weekend of opera. Wroclaw Opera is known worldwide for its superproductions.