Poland in 8 days

Poland

culture

Poland in a nutshell. Visit the best of the best attractions and places in Poland. Enjoy the Old Town in Warsaw, take a walk around Krakow, see Gdańsk from a bird's eye view and taste the Toruń gingerbread, dance on a folk evening in Bydgoszcz. Discover Poland's true flavours!

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PROGRAMME

Day 1

pick-up from the airport in Warsaw

walk around Old Town: Sigismund’s Column, Royal Castle, St. John’s Cathedral, Old Market Square, Barbican, Warsaw Mermaid, pomnik murów getta, pomnik Powstania Warszawskiego, Krakowskie Przedmieście Street, Piłsudski Square

free time for dinner

admire the view from the terrace on the 30th floor in Palace of Culture and Science

transfer to hotel

overnight

Day 2

breakfast

8:00 transfer to Krakow,

city walk: Main Market Square with St Marys church, Cloth Hall and Townhall Tower, Barbican and St Florian Gate, St Francis Church, Bishops Palace and „papal window”, Wawel Hill with Cathedral and Wawel Castle, Wawel Dragon

free time for dinner

visit to Wieliczka Salt Mine entered into UNESCO list

overnight in Krakow

Day 3

breakfast
visiting Krakow's Kazimierz telling the Jewish history of the city

visit to Oskar Schindler's Factory

free time for dinner

Visit to Auschwitz - Birkenau Museum - german nazi concentration and extermination camp

overnight

Day 4

breakfast

transfer to Torun

stroll around Old Town and New Town, Castle, Cathedral with beautiful view from the viewpoint on the tower, the biggest medieval churchbell in Europe,

free time for dinner

visit in The Living Museum of Gingerbread

transfer to Bydgoszcz

overnight

Day 5

breakfast

sightseeing: Old Town with Old Market Square, Mill Island, Cathedral, Downtown with Deluge Fountain, Freedom Square, Music District and Archer Monument

free time for dinner

visit in the Museum of Soap and History of Dirt

folk evening – traditional Polish cuisine and music

overnight in Bydgoszcz

Day 6

breakfast

transfer to Tricity

walk along the path of Gdynia Modernism,

free time for dinner

transfer to Sopot, stroll along the longest wooden pier in Europe, time for sunbathing

overnight in Gdańsk

Day 7

breakfast

walk around Main Town in Gdańsk: Long Market, Neptun’s Fountain, Artus Court, Golden Gate, Green Gate and The Crane, St. Mary’s Church, admire the view of the city from the viewpoint on the tower

visit in European Solidarity Centre, observation deck

free time for dinner

overnight in Gdańsk

Day 8

breakfast

transfer to Warsaw and to the airport

INCLUDED AND NOT

transportation with car/ minibus

YES

English-speaking guide and driver

YES

insurance

YES

entrance fee to mentioned museums and attractions, some food and drink tasting

YES

accomodation (can be arranged or recommended if needed)

NOT

PRICE

18 pers

on request

40 pers and more

on request

It was an amazing adventure. So many beautiful places in such a short time!

Joanna

I love discover the world !

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