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Chic Medieval Hot Spots like Kraków and Gdańsk Vie with Energetic Warsaw for Your Urban Attention. Outside the Cities, Woods, Rivers, Lakes and Hills Beckon for Some Fresh-air Fun. away from the Big Cities, Much of Poland Feels Remote and Unspoiled.while Today Poland Has a Very Homogenous Society in Terms of Ethnicity, Language and Religion, Over the Centuries (when the Erstwhile Republics of Poland Encompassed a Much Different Territory Than Today) It Had Been a Very Multi-cultural and Ethnically Varied Country, for a Period Known as Europe's Most Religiously Tolerant. in Particular, Poland Held Europe's Largest Jewish Population, Which Has Been all But Wiped Out By the Events of World War Ii, Yet the Immense Heritage Remains. come and Indulge in a Truly Polish Experience Only with Our Varied Travel Itineraries.NA) International Air Ticket. 2) Airport Taxes. 3) Overseas Travel Insurance. 4) Visa Charges 5) Festivity Surcharge & Festivity Compulsory Service By Hotel(s) if Any 6) Meals, Tips, Laundry, Porterage, Telephone, Mineral Water, Optional Excursions and other Items of a Personal Nature. 7) Cost of Foreign Exchange for Personal Use. 8) Any Items or Services Not Specified in the Itinerary23-1131-10
Day 1 : ARRIVE WARSAW
Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free to explore the Polish capital and prepare yourself for your upcoming spiritual journey. Tonight, meet your Tour Director and fellow travelers for a welcome dinner at your hotel.
Day 2 : Warsaw
Guided sightseeing of Warsaw includes a visit of the GHETTO, the largest of all Jewish ghettos in Nazi occupied Europe during WWII. Later, celebrate [M] Mass at ZYTNIA STREET CHURCH, home to the Congregation of our Lady of Mercy, where St. Faustina Kowalska entered the convent at the age of 20. During her life, she had visions of Jesus and conversations with him, which she wrote about in her diary. The afternoon and evening are at leisure to further explore this fascinating city.
Day 3 : Warsaw–Niepokalanow–Swinice Warckie–Czestochowa.
This morning, head towards Niepokalanow (City of the Immaculata) and visit one of the largest FRANCISCAN MONASTERIES in the world, founded by St. Maximilian Kolbe, who volunteered to die in place of a stranger at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp during WWII. Continue to Swinice Warckie and visit the 700-year-old PARISH CHURCH OF ST. CASIMIR, where St. Faustina was baptized. Head south to Czestochowa, spiritual capital of Poland, and attend [M] Mass at JASNA GORA MONASTERY, founded in 1382. Here, you can pray in front of the Black Madonna, a sacred national treasure.
Day 4 : Czestochowa–Wadowice–Krakow.
Journey to Wadowice this morning, birthplace of Pope Saint John Paul II. Find out more about his early life and visit BASILICA MINOR, where he was baptized, before continuing to Krakow, where he served as archbishop. Here, a Local Guide offers insight into this beautiful city, founded in the 7th century. Stop for a prayer at ST. MARY’S BASILICA, home to the largest gothic altarpiece in the world. In 1941, during Nazi occupation, the altar was dismantled and shipped to the Third Reich. It was discovered in 1946, in the basement of Nuremberg Castle, and was returned to Krakow a decade later. Also, on today’s agenda is a stop at remarkable Wawel Castle, former residence of Polish kings.
Day 5 : Krakow
Travel to Auschwitz for a somber visit of the former CONCENTRATION CAMP with St. Maximilian Kolbe’s cell. Declared the “Patron Saint of Our Difficult Century,” the Polish Franciscan friar was canonized by Pope Saint John Paul II in 1982. Return to Krakow to visit the SHRINE OF DIVINE MERCY and spend a few moments of prayer at the tomb of St. Faustina.
Day 6 : Krakow
The entire day is free to explore Krakow, nestled at the base of the Tatra Mountains. You may enjoy the optional excursion to Zakopane, the “Winter Capital of Poland.” This is where Pope Saint John Paul II spent time in prayer on some of the countless nature trails. Before returning to Krakow, visit quaint Jaszczurówka Chapel, dedicated to Pope Saint John Paul II. A superb example of the Zakopane architectural style, the small arcaded chapel features a traditional log cabin perched on a high stone foundation.
Day 7 : Krakow–Warsaw.
Leave Krakow and travel north back to Warsaw. Spend an afternoon at leisure or further explore the capital.
Day 8 : Warsaw
Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||INR 60000 / Adult|
* Mentioned prices may vary depending upon date of travel, hotel availability, surge pricing and seasonal rush.
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