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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 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, the 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 the 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. 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 - Auschwitz - Krakow
On your way to the fantastic medieval open-air museum – Krakow – you will have a stop in Czestochowa where you will see the holiest Polish icon – the Black Madonna in the Jasna Gora Monastery. At a regional restaurant in Czestochwa you will have lunch. Then you will be back on the way to Krakow, stopping in Auschwitz. A former concentration camp was located there. During the Holocaust millions of people died there in the crematoria.
Day 4 : 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 true perfection. Zygmunt – a giant bell is ranked as one of the biggest in the world! Also, Polish monarchs were crowned and buried there. After, you will have a break at Krakow’s famous cafeteria where you will taste delicious desserts and coffee.
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. The afternoon is at your disposal. Dinner will be provided at a regional restaurant in the Old Town.
Day 5 : Krakow - Wieliczka - Zakopane
You will have breakfast and then you will head to Zakopane – a holiday resort located in the Tatra Mountains. It is a perfect place for hikers, walk lovers and people passionate about the local folk art. But first you will visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine where you will see amazing chapels, grottoes, lakes and a magnificent cathedral. All of them are carved from rock salt! Lunch will be served at a local restaurant in Wieliczka after which you will go to Zakopane, located between Gubalowka and Giewont. Its charming location makes it the most popular resort in Poland and one of the most gorgeous places. Earlier a little village hidden in the mountains, at the beginning of the 20th century – a trendy artist’s shelter.
Day 6 : Zakopane
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. A typical Highlanders’ inn is the place where you will have dinner and a folkoric show.
Day 7 : Zakopane - Wadowice - Wroclaw
Our direction for today is west. We drive to Wroclaw which is also called “Venice of the North”. It is Lower Silesia’s capital and one of the oldest Polish cities. It is beautifully located at the Odra River. On our way you will stop in Wadowice – the city where Pope John Paul II was born. You will have lunch at a regional restaurant and then you will have a chance to see his family house. From his bedroom window he used to see the clock on which there was a sign “Time flies, eternity awaits”. Then you will enter the Basilica of Wadowice where you will see the plaque commemorating his baptism in that church and also a stone font where he prayed when he visited Poland in 1979 for the first time as the Pope. Then you will head to Wroclaw – The Cultural Capital of Europe 2016. Represented by the Town Hall on the Market Square it is a treasure of urban Gothic-Renaissance architecture in Poland.
Day 8 : Wroclaw - Rydzyna
In the morning you will have breakfast and then pay a visit to Panorama Raclawicka. Arranged along the interior walls of a rotunda as one unbroken circle, it is a single painting which is viewed from an elevated central balcony. It shows the battle of Raclawice of April 4th, 1794 in which the Polish insurrectionist army led by Tadeusz Kosciuszko and Russian troops took part. Our next stop is in Rydzyna where you will stay for a night and have dinner in a castle!
Day 9 : Rydzyna - Poznan - Torun
This day is devoted to Torun and Poznan where you will have a short sightseeing tour in the historic part. The traces of first settlement are dated back to the early 9th century. Mieszko I – the first ruler of Poland and the baptizer of our country founded his church there, in Poznan. After the war it was rebuilt and in the 15th century it took on a Gothic shape. The city’s Old Town is the most fascinating part. The Town Hall from the Renaissance is now the place for the Historic Museum. Two metal goats butting their horns 12 times can be seen every day at noon. They are located above the clock in the middle of the attic. You will have lunch at a regional restaurant and then you will drive to Torun.
Day 10 : Torun - Gdansk
The Torun tour is your morning activity. In this town Nicolaus Copernicus was born. It is also one of the most majestic Polish cities. Listed on the UNESCO heritage sites due to its Town Hall from the 13th century, it is absolutely a worth-seeing city! Outstanding churches and glorious streets are the reminiscent of the past glory of Torun. A local restaurant in Torun will be the place where you will have lunch. Gdansk is the next city for you to visit, where you will have a short walk in the Old Town.
Day 11 : Gdansk - Gdynia - Sopot
This day is devoted to explore Gdansk in a more detailed way. First you will see the Upland Gate which used to be a fortification of Gdansk and also one of the main city’s gates. Then you pass by the Prison Tower and the Torture House which form a baked-brick structure. It is a remain of the Gothic defense walls from the 15th century. Close to the Prison Tower you can find the Golden Gate which is a beginning of the Long Market consisting of charming streets on which great mansions with facades from the Renaissance and Baroque are located. Your eyes will be amazed! Here the richest Gdansk’s burghers used to live. Your next point is the Main Square and the Artus Court where the Hanseatic League had their meetings. The St. Mary’s Basilica standing behind it is a part of Gdansk’s biggest red-brick churches from Gothic. When coming back, you will admire the Mariacka Street where you will see stylish boutiques and gabled terraced houses. Then you will go to the youngest city of the tri-city complex – Gdynia. At the notable Oliwa Cathedral a pipe-organ concert will be provided. You will have lunch at a regional restaurant and then you will pay a visit to in-fashion Sopot, which is a popular holiday resort located just at the sea. There you will have a chance to walk on Europe’s longest wooden pier. After you will have time at your disposal, so that you can shop for Baltic arts and crafts like jewelry or trinkets made of amber.
Day 12 : Gdansk - Malbork - Olsztyn
You will have breakfast and then head to Olsztyn. There will be a stop at the Teutonic Knights Castle in Malbork. It is Europe’s biggest brick building and one of the main attractions for tourists. At a regional restaurant lunch will be served. Olsztyn is your next destination. This city is wonderfully located in a region full of lakes and forests and the Old Town is surrounded by fortified walls, which makes it the most fascinating part of the city. Then you will participate in an open-air picnic with folkloric entertainment in Gietrzwald.
Day 13 : Olsztyn - Olsztynek - Lowicz - Warsaw
You will have breakfast and then Warsaw is your destination. Before, though, you will pay a visit to the Ethnographic Park in Olsztynek which is a part of one of the oldest open-air museum in Europe – the Museum of Folk Architecture. There you will find a lot of examples of folk architecture like houses, windmills, barns. The interiors of the Ethnographic Park are especially interesting – old houses, the evangelical church, a smithy, a pottery stand, a Dutch windmill. Attention should also be paid to various temporary displays that present traditional craftsmanship items as well as contemporary regional folk art handicraft. The Museum’s aim is to maintain the legacy of the past for future generations. They would also like to encourage the study of the rich cultural and spiritual values of days gone by. Then you will be back on your route to Warsaw. On your way you will have another stop in Lowicz – a city in Mazovia famous for folk art. Multicolored costumes and amazing paper cut-outs are really worth seeing. There, a local family will invite you for dinner at their lovely cottage located at the foot of the former Lowicz Castle. They will welcome you with bread & salt, which is a Polish tradition. During the meal you will have a chance to talk to them about their everyday life. A dessert will be served in their charming garden. After this, you will come back to Warsaw.
Day 14 : Warsaw
In the morning you will have breakfast and then you will be transferred to the airport.
|No of pax||Age Limit||Price per pax (Rs)|
|Adult||Above 12 years||$ 2171 / Adult|
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