Day 1, Warsaw

Wow, You have come to Warsaw for start of Grand Tour of Poland. That’s better than Safari. Your fully licensed guide assistant is anxious to lead you during the adventure trip. Now quickly to your hotel.

Day 2, Warsaw

Buffet breakfast. Half day guided sightseeing tour of  Warsaw including Old Town (UNESCO - List), Royal Route, Church of the Holy Cross, the Ghetto Memorial and Łazienki. At afternoon exciting excursion to Wilanów Palace and park - the Baroque residence of King Jan III Sobieski. Full of emotion you are back to your hotel for overnight.
But if you wish to feel Warsaw atmosphere deeper we suggest addition attractions  optionally:

  • Visit to The Royal Castle
  • Champagne Reception and Chopin’s Music Concert in Szustra Palace
  • Folklore dinner in a restaurant

Day 3, Warsaw – Gdańsk

Buffet breakfast. Start of  travel to Gdańsk via Malbork. In Malbork you will visit the castle (UNESCO - List) built in the 13th - 15th centuries by the Knights of the Teutonic Order. Once more look, final photos and you continue journey to Gdańsk for overnight at your hotel.

Day 4, Gdańsk

Breakfast. Meeting with the Tri-City – Gdańsk, Sopot and Gdynia – during organized sightseeing with highlights:

  • Royal Way in Gdansk including the Town Hall, the Artus Court, the Neptune Fountain and the Old Crane
  • Organ concert in Oliwa Cathedral
  • Sopot where you can step into the longest sea pier in Europe
  • Gdynia

Overnight in your hotel.
If you have not enough impressions for this day we may organize optionally:

  • Dinner with music, folklore and cuisine of Kaszuby in a local restaurant
  • Dinner (fish–menu) at the famous „Pod Łososiem” restaurant in Gdansk.

Day 5, Gdańsk - Poznań

Buffet breakfast. Seaside is behind us. Now travelling  more to south - to Poznań through Toruń. Toruń is the historic city mainly famous for Mikołaj Kopernik (Nicolas Copernicus) You have no option than to see there the Old Town and the Kopernik Museum in the house where he was born. Transfer to Poznań. It is too late for additional attractions today so overnight at your hotel.

Day 6, Poznań – Wrocław

Breakfast. You can face Poznań during sightseeing  – Poznań is a city of international trade fairs – and it has the Old Town with Renaissance Town Hall and the Ostrów Tumski Island. You will visit the magnificent cathedral and the Royal Chapel. And finally down the map to Wrocław for overnight at your hotel.

Day 7, Wrocław - Częstochowa

Buffet breakfast. City tour  of the Old Town in Wroclaw and Ostrów Tumski  with the Town Square, the Town Hall, the Aula Leopoldina – one of the most beautiful Baroque halls in Poland, the St John’s cathedral and Centennial Hall (UNESCO - List) in Szczytnicki Park. From Wroclaw to Częstochowa, again a little towards north for overnight at your hotel in Częstochowa.

Day 8, Częstochowa – Auschwitz – Cracow

After breakfast time for religious experiences or at least meeting with history and art. During visit to the Pauline Monastery of Jasna Góra, which includes the Icon of Our Lady – the Black Madonna. The day is full o seriousness and meditation. Now you visit the Memorial Museum in Auschwitz - Birkenau – former the largest of all Nazi extermination camps. Lost in thought you move to Cracow for overnight at your hotel.

Day 9, Cracow

Buffet breakfast. City tour of Cracow including:

  • the Old Market Square
  • the St. Mary’s Church with the famous altar carved in wood by Stwosz Altar
  • the Cloth Hall
  • the Wawel Hill.

For more impression we highly recommend optionally:

  • Guided tour the Royal Chambers – Wawel Castle
  • Guided tour Wawel Cathedral

During afternoon something what you, most probably, have not seen before and you have chance during excursion to Wieliczka for a tour of salt mine (UNESCO - List).
When you come back to Cracow we propose to replace typical dinner with one of optional versions:

  • Dinner with music in Jewish restaurant in Kazimierz
  • Folklore dinner with typical Polish cuisine in local restaurant

Day 10, Departure

Breakfast. The end of tour. But there is still in Poland plenty of places where you should be in the nearest future. We are waiting for your next visit.