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Day 1 : Warsaw
When you arrive, our driver will pick you up from the airport and take you to the hotel in the city center. The afternoon is at your disposal. At 6pm you will start discovering Warsaw – your guide and the rest of the group will be waiting in the hotel’s hallway. The Royal Route and its buildings with historical value will be the first thing to explore. With paying attention to details, it was amazingly renovated. You will get to the Castle Square where you will have a walk around the Old Town. Then, a welcome dinner consisting of traditional Polish meals and the Polish vodka “Zubrowka” will be served for you.
Day 2 : Warsaw
In the morning you will admire more of Warsaw. During a half-day tour we will show you the Old Town, which, completely destroyed in the World War II, was wonderfully reconstructed. The magnificent Royal Castle, Polish kings’ seat, and the place of proclamation of the second constitution in the world – the Constitution of May 3rd will undoubtedly impress you. You will see 300 rooms including the Canaletto Room where there are 23 of his paintings, the Throne Room, 6 paintings of Marcello Bacciarelli in the King’s Hall, 22 portraits of kings of Poland in the Marble room and splendid Ballroom. Then you will have lunch in a regional restaurant in the Old Town and the tour will be continued starting from the place where the former Warsaw Ghetto was located. On your way there you will see The National Opera House and the Town Hall.
“Wedel Old Fashioned Shop” is your next stop. There you will enjoy their amazing hot chocolate.
In the evening we will invite you to a piano recital. The music of Frederic Chopin – the greatest of our composers will absolutely charm you and during intermission you will taste a delicious sparkling wine.
Day 3 : Warsaw - Czestochowa - Zakopane
In the morning you will have breakfast after which you head to Zakopane – a beautifully located holiday resort just at the Tatra Mountains. On your way you will have a stop in Czestochowa where you will admire miraculous Black Madonna Shrine in the Jasna Gora Monastery. A regional restaurant in Czestochowa will be a place where you will have lunch. You will spend the evening in a city between Gubalowka and Giewont – Zakopane. Its charming location is a guarantee for unforgettable views. Earlier a little village hidden in the mountains, at the beginning of the 20th century – a trendy artist’s shelter.
Day 4 : Zakopane - Krakow
The Zakopane tour will be your morning activity. Wooden architecture and breathtaking landscapes are the perfect combination which copied in other parts of Poland is named Zakopianski Style. The Jaszczurowka Chapel is an example of Zakopane’s wooden architecture which you will see with your own eyes together with the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima at Krzeptówki – constructed by locals after the attempt on the Pope’s life. Let the amazing views from the Gubalowka Mountain entrance you. Discover local shops with souvenirs of arts and crafts of Highlanders (Gorale). Then you will have time to arrange lunch by yourself and also some time at your disposal. The Dunajec River is the place where you will participate in an exciting rafting trip. After you will be back in the Old Town in Krakow and have dinner at a regional restaurant.
Day 5 : Krakow - Auschwitz - Krakow
The tour in the morning will include Wawel, the Royal Castle, seat of three Polish monarch dynasties. There you will have a chance to see valuable art, treasured furniture from the past and unique objects. Monumental tapestries from 16th century are incomparable. Then you will see the place of the cult of the Queen of Poland – St. Jadwiga and St. Stanislaw. There you will admire 18 chapels which are a true perfection. Zygmunt – a giant bell is ranked as one of the biggest in the world! Also, Polish monarchs were crowned and buried there. The renovated Main Square in the Old Town is your next stop. The Wooden altar – a masterpiece made by Wit Stwosz located in the St. Mary’s Basilica will truly impress you. The central part of the square is taken by the Cloth Hall which was built before 1349 and renovated in the 16th century. Lunch will be provided and then you will head to the former Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau where you will visit the Martyrdom Museum.
Day 6 : Krakow - Wieliczka - Krakow
Krakow’s famous cafeteria is the place where we will invite you to have a coffee and delicious cake. In the afternoon you will drive to Wieliczka Salt Mine – a fantastic underground beauty where you will see chapels, grottoes and chambers – all carved from salt! Then you will experience a traditional Polish folkloric show together with a tasty dinner in Wieliczka’s regional restaurant. After, you will be back in Krakow.
Day 7 : Krakow
In the morning you will have your breakfast and then you will be transferred to the airport.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||$ 1125 / Adult|
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