Following the Cisterians tour program:
The attraction of the tour is the town of Trzebnica, with the oldest Cistercian convent in Poland. The site, founded in the 14th century, has also been famous for the cult of Saint Hedwig of Andechs. We will see her impressive baroque sarcofagus sculpted out of marble and alabaster. Our tour takes us then to Lubiaz where the largest Cistercian abbey in the world is located. It’s one of the largest of all European monasteries, more than twice as the size of the Wawel Castle in Krakow. It boasts with the longest baroque facade in Europe. You will surely admire the two-storey Prince Hall embellished with sculptures by a Wroclaw master – Józef Mangoldt, as well as a plafond and murals by Krystiana Filipa Bentuma. The hall is considered to be one of the finest achievements of the Silesian baroque. Finally, we get to the baroque church of Saint Hedwig and the former Benedictine abbey situated in Legnickie Pole.
Price: 130 USD / person
Price includes: an English speaking guide, hotel pick up from selected hotels, admission to the visited places.
Additional info: tour organized daily, with an English and or German speaking guide, for a group of minimum 2 persons.
Schedule (places and departure times): you will be picked up from your hotel – ask us for departure time.