Along the Polish seaside

Day 1st 

Your arrival to Szczecin, where you are welcomed by our local guide. Transfer to your hotel for accommodation. An evening stroll through the Old Town with a welcoming dinner in a regional  restaurant. The firts overnight stay at a hotel during your Poland tour.

Day 2nd

Breakfast, then a morning guided tour of Szczecin: Old Market Square with Town Hall and Loitz family house. Your tour includes also walk along the Maiden’s Tower, the Cathedral of St. James and the impressive  Castle of the Pomeranian Princes. Afternoon departure to  Miedzyzdroje – the most known Polish sea SPA, taking advantage of springs of saline water. You will see  one of the city’s attraction, the “alley of stars” with the imprints of famous Polish peoples’ hands.  Dinner in a restaurant, an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 3rd

Breakfast, then the departure from Miedzyzdroje to Slupsk, with possible stops in interesting places such as Dziwnow,  TRAVEL AGENTS ZONETrzesacz or Kolobrzeg, which is a well known seaside resort with a crowded promenade. Dziwnow – a nice and small holiday resort and a fishing village; Trzesacz – a small resort with the ruins of a Gothic church situated on a high cliff (only a small fragment of the building’s wall remains from the original brick church 15th c.), Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 4th

Breakfast, then a morning trip to Leba and a visit to the Slowinski National Park. A guided tour with a  visit in the Museum and the Park, where you can admire the unique moving sand dunes – one of the highest in Europe. An afternoon departure to Gdansk for a dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 5th

Breakfast. Next a guided tour of Gdansk: the Golden Gateway, Neptune’s Fountain,  Artus Court and Dluga Street; the wooden Crane on the Motlava River and the Solidarity Monument at the Gdansk Shipyard, the birthplace of the Solidarity movement. Gdansk Old Town is also a good place for amber lovers – many local shops give the opportunity to see and buy amber, gold and silver jewelery.   Next, you will visit  Oliwa, famous for the Oliwa catherdal and organ music concert. An optional afternoon visit to Sopot – a seaside resort, famous for the longest wooden pier in Europe. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 6th

Breakfast. Transfer to Malbork and its most important monument – the Malbork Castle – the former residence of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Knights, now the largest brick, medieval castle in Poland and one of the largest in Europe. An afternoon transfer to Torun, with a dinner and an overnight in a hotel.malbork-castle-1

Day 7th

Breakfast, then a morning guided tour of Torun. Your tour includes the House of Nicolas Copernicus and Town Hall, St. Mary’s and St. John’s Church and the ruins of the Teutonic Knights Castle. An afternoon departure to Poznan, with a possible visit to Gniezno – the first capital of Poland, where the first Polish kings were crowned in the XI-th century. Dinner and an overnight at a hotel.

Day 8th

Breakfast and a guided tour of Poznan – the Old Town with it’s cathedral, the Renaissance Town Hall and Baroque Church of St. Mary Magdalene. An afternoon  departure for a return way or for the next part of your Poland travel. Your Polish seaside tour ends.

If you are interested in this tour, contact us by e-mail or phone and let us know more about:

  • – the number of participants coming with you,
  • – the exact or possible  date of your visit,
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