DAY 1 CRACOW
Arrival at Cracow airport and transfer to the hotel. Overnight stay.
DAY 2 CRACOW
Discover this dream city with a panoramic tour through the historic center, the Wawel Castle and the Rynek Glowny, the largest market square in Europe.
Be thrilled in the Jewish Quarter, where up to 3 million people lived before World War II and where only 10,000 inhabitants returned after the war.
Today the Jewish community has regained its cultural identity and life in the quarter again.
Free afternoon. Optionally you can enjoy a visit to the salt mines of Wieliczka.
DAY 3 CRACOW- AUSCHWITZ – WROCLAW
We continue to to Wroclaw, also known as “The Venice of the North”. On the way we will visit the concentration camp of Auschwitz, an unmissable date with history.
Arrival in Wroclaw and visit of this exceptional city located on the banks of the Oder River, with a university tradition and full of life. The rich history of the city is reflected in its architecture, especially in buildings such as the Cathedral, the Town Hall, the “Rynek” (main market square) and the Centennial Hall.
Rest of the day at leisure and overnight.
DAY 4 WROCLAW- TORUN – GDANSK
After breakfast we depart to Torun, considered one of the 7 wonders of Poland. Torun is one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in the country, famous for its monuments included in the UNESCO World Heritage List, as well as for being the birthplace of the great astronomer and scientist Nicolaus Copernicus.
Continuation of the trip to Gdansk. Arrival and accommodation.
DAY 5 GDANSK
Today we will discover the so-called “Tricity”, the ensemble of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. Explore the Royal Road, the Town Hall, the Court of Artus, the Church of St. Mary, the largest Gothic church in Poland and the entire port area.
Afternoon at leisure and overnight.
DAY 6 GDANSK – MALBORK – WARSAW
Breakfast and departure to Warsaw. On the way we will have the opportunity to visit the Malbork Castle, the best and most complete example of Gothic brick construction, residence of the Order of the Teutonic Knights, used during the time of the Crusades in the Holy Land.
Continuation to Warsaw, arrival and accommodation.
DAY 7 WARSAW
In the morning we will enjoy a tour around this city. Its historic center is the only center recognized as such on the UNESCO World Heritage List despite having been completely rebuilt in the years after the war.
A great deal of precision work has given Warsaw back its medieval architectural center, the main points of which are the Market Square, the ramparts, barbican and St. John’s Cathedral.
A bus ride will show us the most modern part of the city, the Wilanow Palace and Lazienski Park.
Free afternoon and overnight.
DAY 8 WARSAW
Breakfast at the hotel and at the agreed time, transfer to the airport.
- 7 nights’ accommodation including buffet breakfast
- Porterage service at the hotels
- Transfers upon arrival and departure
- English speaking tour director
- Deluxe coach
- Visits with licensed guides
- Entrances as per the program
- A surpriseinvitation to a concert, cultural event or excursion