Worth to see Poland

Day 1st

Arrival to Warsaw. A short evening stroll through the Old Town is possible. A welcoming dinner in a regional restaurant with local Polish dishes. An Overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 2nd

Breakfast, then a guided tour of Warsaw: the Old Town with its Royal Castle and Barbican, the Royal Route, Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Lazienki with its  gardens and the Palace on the Water. Dinner in a restaurant, an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 3rd

Breakfast, then a transfer to Czestochowa. Visit to Jasna Góra – Czestochowa monastery, the most important place for Polish Catholicism. The tour includes the Paulinians’ Hill, the Treasury and the Chapel with the famous icon of the Blessed Jasna GóraVirgin Mary. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 4th

Breakfast, then a transfer to Oswiecim. Visit to Auschwitz  – Birkenau State Museum in Oswiecim, the biggest German Nazi concentration camp from the II World War. An afternoon an excursion to Ojców National Park with its picturesque Jurassic landscape and caves, then a possible visit to the Renaissance castle in Pieskowa Skala. Arrival to Cracow, a dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 5th 

Breakfast, then a guided tour of Cracow: the Old Town Market with St. Mary’s Basilica and historical trade pavilions of the Cloth Hall, the Royal Route, Collegium Maius, and Wawel Hill with its Royal Castle and cathedral. An afternoon guided walk round the old Jewish Quarter – Kazimierz, with synagogues and Jewish relics. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 6th

Breakfast. Transfer to Wieliczka – a visit to the famous Royal Salt Mine with it’s underground chambers, chapels, lakes and salt sculptures. An afternoon transfer to Zakopane. Sightseeing tour of the city with a funicular ride up the Gubalówka mountain, where you will admire a full panorama of the Tatra mountains. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.zakopane

Day 7th

Breakfast. Excursion to Sromowce Nizne for a safe rafting cruise through Pieniny Mountains on Dunajec Gorge (or a two hour break in Kroscinko –  the “capital” of this mountain region). An afternoon drive back to Zakopane through the picturesque mountains with possible stops in Debno for a visit in the famous 15th century wooden church with rich polychrome, or to Niedzica to admire the picturesque castle with Gothic and Renaissance parts, located between two lakes.  Dinner in a regional restaurant with live folk music, an overnight stay at a hotel in Zakopane.

Day 8th

Breakfast. Departure to the city of  Sandomierz – an example of Renaissance architecture in Poland. Your visit includes a walk through the streets of the Old Town, a visit to the castle and St. Jacob’s Church with Dominican Monastery. Transfer to Lublin. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 9th

Breakfast. Transfer to Kozlówka, where you can visit  the famous Polish “Museum of Socialism” with the gallery of the art of socialist realism.  Transfer to Kazimierz Dolny – a beautifully located old town on the Vistula river banks, known as a place especially cherished by artists. A guided tour of the town. An afternoon departure for Warsaw. Dinner and an overnight stay at a hotel.

Day 10th

Breakfast. Transfer to Warsaw air-port for your return flight. Your Worth to see Poland tour ends.

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