Day 1, Wrocław

Arrival to Wrocław. Prior to it do not miss to book assistance service. Meeting with licensed guide assistant, transfer to hotel and check-in and overnight.

Day 2, Wrocław

Buffet breakfast. Sightseeing of the City including:
- the Market Square
- the City Hall
- the most beautiful side of the market – the west side with its restored town houses,
- the St. Mary Magdalena Church with the most magnificent Romanesque Portal in Poland
- the main building of the university with the Aula Leopoldina
- Ostrów Tumski with the Cathedral of John the Baptist
Recommend optional possibilities:
Visit to the Panorama of Racławice – gigantic painting measuring
Visit to Szczytnicki park and entrance fee to the Centennial Hall (UNESCO – List)
Visit Cathedral of John the Baptist

Dinner with beer – tasting (3 kinds of beer) in “Spiż” brewery - restaurant

Day 3, Wrocław – Trzebnica – Lubiąż

Buffet breakfast. Excursion to Lubiąż, Trzebnica and some other places not so far from there. The Cistercian abbey in Lubiąż is one of Europe’s largest and most impressive monastic complexes. The 13th century abbey in Henrykow has a number of precious art pieces in the church interiors. The abbey in Krzeszow possesses two 18th century churches: the Church of the Assumption known as the jewel of Silesian baroque and St Joseph’s Church with its baroque frescoes. Trzebnica and Kamieniec are noted for its former Cistercian abbey that houses St Hedwig’s Mausoleum that attracts many pilgrims. Back to Wrocław for overnight in hotel.

Day 4, Sudeten Mountains

Buffet breakfast. Drive towards Sudeten Mountains. Depart for Jelenia Góra. On the way some highlights. Enormous castle perched on a rock – Książ – the third largest castle in Poland. Then Swidnica. The Protestant half-timber Churches of Peace in Swidnica and Jawor are considered to be unique worldwide. Overnight at hotel in Jelenia Góra / Karpacz.

Day 5, The Sudeten Mountains – continuation

Buffet breakfast. Meeting with Sudeten during full day excursion to Karkonoski National Park. The most popular place here is Karpacz – famous for the wooden „Wang” church, built in the 12th century in Norway. The Karkonosze National Park together with the Czech part of the park, it has been registered on UNESCO’s list of World Biosphere Reserves. Sightseeing tour of Jelenia Góra, called the “Pearl of the Karkonosze Mountains”. The city also includes the Maciejowa, Czarne, Goduszyn, Cieplice, Sobieszów and Jagniatków districts. Overnight in Jelenia Góra / Karpacz.

Day 6, Spas of Lower Silesia

Buffet breakfast. Travel to spas of Lower Silesia: Kudowa Zdroj, Polanica Zdroj, Ladek Zdroj. There are twelve spas in the Lower Silesian region. Their mineral water springs attracted bathers already in the 18th century. Today bathers and tourist also come to the spas seduced by their beneficent climate, scenic landscapes, national parks, sanatoriums and holiday centers, as well as cultural events of all kinds. Overnight in Jelenia Góra / Karpacz.

Day 7, Karpacz / Jelenia Góra – departure

Buffet breakfast. Departure.