Kraków – Auschwitz-Birkenau – Kalwaria Zebrzydowska – Wieliczka – Lipnica Murowana – Binarowa – Zamość – Białowieski Park Narodowy (Białowieża) – Malbork – Toruń – Warszawa
Arrival at Kraków. Check-in at the hotel and a welcome dinner.
Kraków : Sightseeing in the beautiful Old Town (UNESCO) and the Wawel Royal Castle. A walk along the streets of the Old Town, the Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), the Gothic Barbican and St. Mary’s Church. Departure to Wieliczka. Visiting the oldest in the world working Salt Mine in Wieliczka (UNESCO). Return to Kraków and dinner.
Departure to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska (UNESCO) – a beautiful Baroque pilgrimage site, famous for its Sanctuary of St. Mary surrounded by a sequence of chapels merged into a picturesque mountainous landscape. Departure to Oświęcim. Sightseeing of the former Nazi concentration and extermination camp, Auschwitz – Birkenau. (UNESCO) Dinner in a regional old tavern. Return to Kraków.
Following the route of Wooden Churches of southern Little Poland (UNESCO). The churches exemplify various different building traditions of Gothic churches in the Roman-Catholic culture. Wooden churches in Lipnica Murowana I Binarowa. Departure to Zamość – called the Pearl of Renaissance. Sightseeing of its beautiful Old Town (UNESCO) Dinner.
Departure to Białowieża in Białowieża National Park (UNESCO and World’s Biosphere Reserve) – the biggest primeval forest complex in Europe. Visiting the European bison reserve. Return to the hotel and dinner.
Departure to Malbork. Visiting the biggest red-brick Gothic Castle in the world. (UNESCO) Departure to Toruń. A walk around its Old Town (UNESCO), one of the best examples of Medieval Gothic style. Visiting the Cathedral and the Mikołaj Kopernik Museum. Free time, for example for choosing souvenirs and trying out the legendary Toruń gingerbread, baked according to the old recipes from the 16th century. Dinner.
Departure to Warsaw. A stroll along the historic streets of the Old Town (UNESCO). Visiting the Royal Castle and the New Town: Krasiński Palace, Palace of Justice, Warsaw Uprising Monument , the Grand Theatre and the Polish National Opera building, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Saski Garden, the Monument to the Ghetto Heroes, the City Hall. A walk to Łazienki Park: Palace on the Isle, also called ‘Palace on the Water’ - one of the summer residences of king Stanisław August Poniatowski, the Theatre on the Isle and Fryderyk Chopin Monument. Dinner.
‘Warsaw then and now’: The symbols of a communist period in Warsaw’s history – The Palace of Culture and Science and contemporary tower blocks. Transfer to the airport.
The price include : (For detailed information and precise calculation of the price, please contact our travel agency)
• Airport-hotel-airport transfer
• Transportation during the trip
• 7 nights at 3/4 * hotels in double rooms
• 7 x Half Board (breakfast and dinner) First meal: dinner on the arrival day. Last meal: breakfast on the departure day.
• A tourist guide/courier
• Tourist attractions and admissions fees
Important! The above trip programme is only a proposition. The amount of days, as well as the offered trips and attractions may be suited to your individual preferences.