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  • One person: 1690£ / 1890€ / 2190$
  • One person: 1690£ / 1890€ / 2190$
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  • Tour ID - QT/001
  • Availability - 15-25 March 2019 / 5-15 Apr 2019 / 17-27 May 2019 / 14-24 Jun 2019 / 12-22 Jul 2019 / 16-26 Aug 2019 / 13-23 Sept 2019 / 11-21 Oct 2019
  • Type of tour - Guaranteed Tours
  • Location - Poland
  • Total duration - 11 days
  • No. of persons - 1-15

A fascinating blend of the ancient and modern, a trip to Poland offers myriad attractions to its visitors. On this incredible 10-day tour, you can witness the many stages of Poland’s history through diverse places, explore its palaces and castles, vibrant culture and scenic landscapes.


Warsaw, Poland. Palace of Culture and Science and skyscrapersArrival in Warsaw Welcome to Poland! Your trip to Poland begins with your arrival at Warsaw airport. A driver will pick you up from the airport and transfer you to your hotel. Unpack and relax and get ready for some exciting filled with mesmerizing sights and fabulous experiences! Overnight in Warsaw, MDM Hotel***


Palace in Lazienki Park, WarsawWarsaw Old Town & New Town – Warsaw Ghetto – Royal Baths Park – Wilanów Explore Warsaw’s History and Architecture Admire the city that rose from the ashes of the war. Take a walk down Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street where the past and the present merge beautifully. Explore the postwar reconstructed buildings. You will also stop by the picture-perfect Royal Baths Park (Łazienki Park)–home to monuments, villas and palaces. Admire the post-war reconstructed buildings and visit other city’s highlights – the Jewish Ghetto, Royal Baths Park, Wilanow Palace and Gardens. Enjoy a delicious lunch in a restaurant at the park as well. Overnight in Warsaw, MDM Hotel***


Pałac w NieborowieŻelazowa Wola – Niepokalanów – Nieborów – Arkadia – Kraków Listen to the beautiful notes of Chopin Get set to explore some fabulous destinations less than 50 km from Warsaw. Journey to Zelazowa Wola, birthplace of music legend, to explore the manor and museum of Frédéric Chopin. Later, you will head to the monastery in Niepokalanow founded by St Maksymilian Kolbe who sacriced his life to save the life of a prisoner at the Auschwitz prison camp. After your trip you will take a comfortable train to Krakow. Overnight in Krakow, Legend Hotel***


krakow-2745231__340Krakow Old Town – Wawel Hill – Kazimierz Jewish District – Schindler’s Factory – Ghetto Welcome to the Royal city of Krakow! During your guided walking tour of the historic Old Town of Krakow, you will explore Wawel Hill’s stunning complex of buildings including the Royal C astle w ith a Renaissance courtyard. A short break later, visit Kazimierz district and discover its Christian and Jewish quarters. Next up on your Krakow tour are the Podgorze district with its Jewish Ghetto and Schindler’s Factory Museum. Finish your evening on a musical note with Chopin concert and a traditional dinner and head back to your hotel. Overnight in Krakow, Legend Hotel***


684003_64398568Auschwitz-Birkeanu – Wieliczka Salt Mine Pay Homage at Auschwitz Today, you will visit Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest of German Nazi concentration camps, located close to Krakow city, you can join the guided group tours at the site that is a grim reminder of the horrors of war. Step into a different world altogether taking a tour of one of the oldest salt mines in Europe located in Wieliczka. With a 300 km long mine passage and a depth of 327 meters, you will be discover the three levels and several chambers of the mine that produced kitchen salt. Overnight in Krakow, Legend Hotel***


800px-Zdiar1Zakopane – Dunajec River Gorge Amazing landscapes and taste of local tradition After breakfast, leave for Zakopane – Poland’s most famous mountain resort, located at the foot of the Tatra mountains. You will be also exploring the beauty of the Dunajec River Gorge trying unforgettable leisure rafting on a traditional, wooden raft. A truly calming experience! During this tour, you will also have some free time for lunch at the traditional restaurant and shopping at the typical Highlander market. Overnight in Krakow, Legend Hotel***


ffac7bfc9006992a0ea8f284669dbcc7Krakow – Wroclaw Discover Stunning Wroclaw You will start a day with a convenient private transfer to Wrocław to experience its multicultural ambience. On a guided tour, you can see the magnificent mix of architectural design – in more than one hundred elegant bridges that connect different parts of the city as well as in the mansions, palaces and chapels in Flemish and Baroque styles. See the sights at the Main Square with its 13th century Town Hall, visit the St John the Baptist Cathedral and explore the former island of Ostrow Tumski. Overnight in Wroclaw, Qubus Hotel****


Wroclaw – Poznan Gaze at the Marvels of Malta Lake Rise and shine! It’s time to explore the historic city of Poznan, the capital of the Greater Poland region. The birth of Poland as a nation can be traced back to this city, one of the oldest sites in the country’s history. Explore the delightful Main Square with its unique Town Hall and see the colorful townhouses of former merchants. After lunch, the next part of your journey takes you to Malta Lake and the surrounding park where you can unwind at a thermal bath. Overnight in Poznań, City Solei Hotel***


Poznan – Toruń – Malbork – Gdańsk Travel to the Amazing North Heading to the Polish sea and Gdansk you will stop in Malbork to visit a great castle located there – a medieval fortress of the Teutonic Knights – the largest castle in Poland, inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage List. This huge brick castle on the river, surrounded by belts of defensive walls with gates and towers, is denitely one of the most imposing medieval defensive structures in Europe. As the second item, en route, you will stop in a charming historical city of Torun – one of the most beautiful ones in Poland. Overnight in Gdańsk, Hanza Hotel****

DAY 10

Gdańsk – Westerplatte – Sopot Gdansk – the Home of the Solidarity Your private local guide will take you on a memorable tour of the Gdansk highlights. Among many attractions you will visit the historical port town of Gdansk – the birthplace and home of the Solidarity Movement. You will see the Cathedral, famous Neptune’s Monument, Zuraw Gdanski, the harbor. Visit famous district of Westerplatte where the second world war began on September the 1st, 1939… After some time for rest and break for lunch, a guide will take you to Sopot – the health resort famous for the longest pier in Europe.

DAY 11

MERCEDESY OLIMP TRANSAirport transfer There your 10-day trip comes to an end. Your driver will take you to the airport for your flight back home.


  • DAY 1 Arrival in Warsaw
  • DAY 2 Warsaw Old Town & New Town
  • DAY 3 Żelazowa Wola – Niepokalanów – Nieborów – Arkadia – Kraków
  • DAY 4 Krakow Old Town – Wawel Hill – Kazimierz Jewish District – Schindler’s Factory – Ghetto Welcome to the Royal city of Krakow
  • DAY 5 Auschwitz-Birkeanu – Wieliczka Salt Mine
  • DAY 6 Zakopane – Dunajec River
  • DAY 7 Krakow – Wroclaw
  • DAY 8 Wroclaw – Poznan
  • DAY 9 Poznan – Toruń – Malbork – Gdańsk
  • DAY 10 Gdańsk – Westerplatte – Sopot Gdansk
  • DAY 11 Airport transfer


  • 9x nights in 3 vs.4**** hotels
  • 9x breakfast, 2x lunch, 2x dinner 
  • Transfers by modern Mercedes mini-van with a professional English-speaking driver 
  • Pick-up and drop-off directly at your hotels 
  • Airport transfers on arrival and departure days 
  • Licensed English-speaking guides services 
  • Chopin concert 
  • All entrance fees and tickets 
  • Free Wi-Fi onboard
  • English speaking guide included

*Single supplement: 330 GBP / 365 EUR / 430 USD