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All about Poland – 14 days

Warsaw-Żelazowa Wola-Płock-Toruń-Tri-City-Poznań-Cracow-Wieliczka-Zakopane-Warsaw

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Day 1

14days_3Arrival in Warsaw, check-in at the hotel. Time to refresh. Visiting the F. Chopin’s Museum, St. Cross Church – where Chopin’s heart is placed. Walk along the oldest districts of Warsaw folded in the Middle Ages – the Old Town (UNESCO Heritage) and New Town, located just above the Vistula River. Sightseeing: the Tomb of Unknown Soldier and the Saski Park which was founded in XVII century, the Grand Theatre and Opera House, the Jabłonowski Palace, visit to the Royal Castle, Barbican- medieval defense walls of Warsaw. Then sightseeing the Krasiński Palace, the Palace of Justice, transfer to the Łazienki Royal Park with the Chopin monument, walk around the park with the Palace on the Water and the Island Theatre. Free time in the shopping mall. Back to the hotel. Overnight.

Day 2

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Transfer to Żelazowa Wola – the birthplace of Frederic Chopin. Visit in Chopin’s Museum. Then exclusive Chopin piano concert. Dinner-you will have opportunity to try polish cuisine with unique Chopin’s menu. Visit to Brochów fortified church where Chopin’s parents as well as his sister got married and he was baptized there; photo stop in Sanniki, a place where Chopin stayed for holidays. Transfer to Płock –the oldest city in the Mazovia region, and one of the oldest in Poland. Check-in at the hotel. Evening in the Casino/Spa & Wellness. Overnight.

Day 3

14days_4Breakfast at the hotel. Morning city tour. Visiting the ZOO and the Mazovian Museum famous for large collection of Art Nouveau. Listening to the Płock’s bugle-call at noon. Sightseeing the Old Town: Tumskie Hill, Mazovian Princes’ Castle-the gothic building, Cathedral Basilica with sarcophagus of two Polish rulers – Ladislaus Herman and Boleslaus the Wry-Mouthed, the oldest high school in Poland which was built in XII century, Divine Mercy Shrine – where St Faustina had her divine revelation. Płock by night – a walk of hills and enjoy the panorama of Płock from the other side of the Vistula. Evening campfire. Overnight.

Day 4

14days_6Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Transfer to Toruń. Check-in at the hotel. Sightseeing the city, the best example of medieval gothic town (UNESCO Heritage) and birthplace of great Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, who made a crucial discovery that the Earth is not the centre of universe; walk along the Old Town, visit to the Copernicus House and the Cathedral with a bell tower offering a splendid view over the city; optional visit to a gingerbread factory. Shopping time. Overnight.

Day 5

14days_7Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out and transfer to Gdańsk. Check-in at the hotel. Walk along most beautiful streets in Gdansk -Długa Street and Długi Targ, which are also known as Royal Route. The Old Town is surrounded by renaissance buildings. Then visit at Arhur’s Court. History of that building started in Middle Ages and derived from ethos of european knights. At the front of Arhur’s Court you can see the Fountain of Neptun – the symbol of the city. You would visit the Amber Chamber for an amber polishing demonstration with a short lecture on amber. The tour would continue to the Old Crane, one of the most popular symbols of the city, to finish in Town Hall and the Europe’s biggest gothic brick church of St Mary. Shopping time/free time. Overnight.

Day 6

14days_8Breakfast at the hotel. Check- out. Morning Gdynia & Sopot city tour. Sopot has a great geographical location – lying between the beautiful woods of the Tri-City Landscape Park, and the numerous sand beaches of the Bay of Gdańsk. You would see there: Monte Casino Street, Sierakowskich Court, the longest wooden pier in Europe, Castle Hill Caves and Forest Opera-famous for its interwar Wagner concerts. Gdynia is a young, but quickly expanding port situated right by the seashore. Because of its unusual location, you would easily catch great views of the sea and beautiful scenery, and also find long promenades, beautiful waterfronts, marinas and yacht clubs. You would see there: Martime Museum and Aquarium and beautiful Seaside Promenade. Afternoon transfer to Poznań. Check-in at the hotel. Time to refresh. Free time for the rest of the day. Overnight.

Day 7

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Morning city tour. The city is famous for its variety of sports events, theater festivals and for its unique historic buildings. During sightseeing you will see: The Art Nouveau Architecture, The Great Theater, the Royal-Imperial Route. Walk it to discover historic sites associated with knights and emperors, see gems of architecture, participate in cultural events and learn about the city’s traditions. You would admire the Old Town and Ostrów Tumski – with gothic cathedral. Then you would visit Old Brewery-modern shopping center, Malta-lake and recreational area. Afternoon transfer to Cracow. Check-in at the hotel. Free time for the rest of the day. Overnight.

Day 8

14days_9Breakfast at the hotel. Morning Cracow city tour. Sightseeing of Wawel Hill – Royal Castle- the royal residence with historical character,  Royal Cathedral and Chambers, walking via Royal Route – Grodzka Street to Old Market Square (european largest medieval square) with the Renaissance Cloth Hall – Sukiennice and St. Mary’s Basilica with the unique altar curved in wood in 15th century.  Overnight. Optionally in the evening – pub crow. It is night live tour – you will got your private party concierge.

Day 9

Breakfast at the hotel. Morning transfer to Wieliczka by coach. Sightseeing of Wieliczka Salt Mines with local guide. Back to the Cracow. Overnight.

Day 10

14days_10Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Morning transfer to Zakopane-known as the winter capital of Poland, it is beautiful in every season of the year. Check-in at the hotel. Time to refresh. Afternoon visit in Aquapark.  Overnight.



Day 11

Breakfast at the hotel. Sightseeing  of Kalatówki- one of the most beautiful forest glade in Zakopane. Back to hotel. Overnight.


Breakfast at the hotel. You will have an opportunity to take a ride up a funicular railway to the top of Gubałówka Hill and to see a stunning view of the Tatra mountains. Back to hotel. Folklor evening. Overnight.

Day 13

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Transfer to Warsaw. Check-in at the hotel.  Free time for the rest of the day. Overnight.

Day 14

Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out. Departure.