Culture trips

dance, singing, fare and drinking

Day 1, Poznań

Arrival to Poznań. Welcoming dinner at the hotel restaurant / or optionally additionally paid dinner in folklore restaurant at the Old Town. Overnight in hotel.

Day 2, Poznań and vincity - traditions of local country

After breakfast two-hours guided tour sightseeing of Poznań. In the afternoon drive to Szreniawa and visiting of Agriculture Museum. The possibility of booking of the presentation of old, traditional methods. During the evening beer-tasting and dinner in the regional tavern. Back to the hotel in Poznań for overnight.

Day 3, Poznań - Kashub and Gdańsk

Breakfast and drive to Kashub area. Visiting of the ceramics factory in Chmielno. Then drive to Kartuzy and sightseeing of the Church previously belonging to the Closter. Dinner in the regional style kashubian restaurant with the performance of the Folklore Group and with learning of Kashubian alphabet. Overnight in the Tri-City hotel.

Day 4, The Tri-City — Gdańsk, Gdynia & Sopot

Breakfast in the hotel. Sightseeing of the Tri-City including of the Old Town in Gdańsk. Drive to Oliwa and the organ concert in the Cathedral. Drive to Sopot – short walk in SPA and visit to the longest sea pier in Europe. Sightseeing of Gdynia – the youngest harbor town in Poland. Dinner and overnight in the hotel.
Fish menu dinner in the tavern at the seaside
Ceremonial dinner in traditional restaurant in Gdańsk „Pod Łososiem” with tasting of local liquor „Goldwasser”
Dinner in restaurant at the Old Town
Dinner with regional delicacies in the tavern in Gdańsk

Day 5, Gdańsk - The Masurian Lakes

After breakfast drive to Olsztyn. On the way sightseeing of the machinery of Elblag Canal in Buczyniec. Optionally two-hours boat-cruise on Elblag Canal. Drive to Olsztynek and visiting of the local open-air park. Sightseeing in Olsztyn. Folk dinner with horse carriage ride, tasting of cordial, dinner with regional delicacies and local-made beer at camp-fire. Overnight at the hotel in Olsztyn.

Day 6, Masurian area - Warsaw

Buffet breakfast. Drive excursion through the region of Warmia and Mazury to Mikolajki. Boat-cruise from Mikołajki to Ruciane. Then drive to Warsaw for dinner and overnight.

Day 7, Warsaw

Buffet breakfast. Sightseeing of the Capital of Poland including the Old Town (UNESCO - List). Dinner and overnight in hotel.
As the option:
Dinner with music at the regional restaurant
Farewell dinner on the special order in the country-cottage near Warsaw – possible the performance of the folk group

Day 8, departure

After breakfast departure.

Day 1, Warsaw

Meeting with licensed guide assistant. Travel to hotel, check-in and overnight.

Day 2, Warsaw

Breakfast. Sightseeing in Warsaw including Old Town (UNESCO - List), Royal Castle, Royal Route, visit „behind the backstage” of National Theatre, Church of the Holy Cross, the Ghetto Memorial and Łazienki Park with Chopin monument. Return to hotel before evening performance at Warsaw’s National Theatre. Overnight.

Day 3, Warsaw and Żelazowa Wola

Breakfast. Half day excursion to Żelazowa Wola – Chopin’s birthplace. Visit the manor consisting today of 6 rooms where furniture and other period objects are displayed. The manor is surrounded by a charming park. In addition visit Brochów with a church housing document concerning Chopin’s birth and baptism. Drive back to Warsaw for afternoon Chopin’s Music Concert at Szustra Palace in Warsaw. Back to hotel for overnight

Day 4, Warsaw - Cracow

Breakfast. Travel to Cracow by direct IC train. Transfer to hotel, check-in and sightseeing Old Town (UNESCO - List) with the Main Market Square with visit to St. Mary’s Basilica with famous Wit Stwosz Altar and Cloth Hall (Sukiennice). Evening performance at Słowacki Theatre or music concert. Overnight at hotel.

Day 5, Cracow

Breakfast. Sightseeing of Wawel Hill with the Royal castle and the Coronation Cathedral. A guided tour includes the Ambassador’s Hall, the Senator’s Hall (kings held audiences here) and the Royal Chambers as well as the Crown Treasury with the famous Szczerbiec, the sword of Polish kings. Afternoon excursion to Wieliczka to the famous the Salt Mine. The mine was added to the UNESCO list in 1978. Return to Cracow for overnight.

Day 6

Buffet breakfast. Departure.