Poland bus tour (8 days)

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3 old cities, nature and history: Poland will amaze You for good during this 8 days tour. On the route: Warsaw, Cracow, Wieliczka, Auschwitz, Wrocław and palaces of Lower Silesia. Many UNESCO-listed places to see! 

Minimum number of participants: 15  

Price: from XX €  

 

Day 1.

Pick-up from Warsaw Okęcie Airport. Transport to the hotel. On the way: stop at Łazienki garden palace of the last Polish king, nowadays the most beautiful city park in Poland and one of Warsaw’s main tourist attractions.
After arrival to the hotel: check-in and free time in the afternoon.
Overnight in Warsaw.

Day 2.

After breakfast – sightseeing Warsaw on a guided walking tour. The route leads through Old Town, the oldest, historical part of Warsaw, with market square, cathedral of st. John, Royal castle, Sigmund’s III column and part of Krakowskie Przedmieście street on the way. You will see the building, where first female Noble prize winner, Maria Curie, has made her first experiments, and where Chopin’s heart is preserved.
After the tour – free time till the evening.
In the evening : traditional Polish dinner in a folk restaurant.
Overnight in Warsaw.

Day 3.

After breakfast and check-out: departure to Cracow. On the way the bus goes to Wieliczka salt mine. Wieliczka’s magnificent corridors were cut out in rock salt, which was extracted here from XIII-th century. Underground route in the mine is 3 kilometers long, with multiple chambers, underground Chapel of st. Clara and unique statues sculpted in salt. You will spend some time on the bank of underground lake during amazing light and music spectacle.  The second part of the route leads through underground Cracow Saltworks Museum. As Wieliczka corridors are 135 meters underground, final stage of the visit is 1.5 minutes journey to the surface in an original, miners lift.
The tour is guided in English.
After the tour the group will go to Cracow, for a hotel check-in.
Free time in the evening.
Overnight in Cracow.

Day 4.

After breakfast: half day tour to Auschwitz death camp. Auschwitz-Birkenau was the main place of the Holocaust. The camp, organized by the Nazi Germany, was used to exterminate more than 1 million of Jews and people of other nationalities during II World War. It became scary symbol of XX-th century atrocities.   After II World War the camp was turned into museum and was placed on UNESCO World Heritage list. Tour here is led by internal guide (in English). The visit lasts around 3.5 hour.
After coming back to Cracow – free afternoon. We recommend to visit National Gallery to see Leonardo da Vinci’s Lady with an Ermine, most precious painting in Poland (it’s price is estimated for 300 million dollars).  Visitors can see here also two other exhibitions here: about Polish artistic craftsmanship and old military equipment and colors.
Overnight in Cracow.

Day 5.  
After breakfast - sightseeing Cracow during guided walking tour. This city attracts 12 million of visitors each year. Cracow old town is UNESCO-listed and full of historical buildings. On the way participants will see the Market Square with medieval Cloath Hall and st. Mary’s church. And Wawel castle, where most of Polish kings are buried. The tour ends in medieval Jewish Kazimierz district, that remained largely intact since XV-th century. Nowadays it is vibrant bar & restaurant district, where one can spend the other part of the day.
Afternoon is free of any scheduled activities.
Overnight in Cracow.

Day 6.
Breakfast and check-out, then departure to Wrocław. After check-in to a hotel - Wrocław guided tour. On the way: Market Square with gothic town hall, university building and Ostrów Tumski (“peninsula of churches”), where huge, medieval cathedral is situated. City of Wrocław is a magnificent example of central European metropolis. During 1000 years of its history, it belonged to Poland, Germany, Austria and Czechia. With picturesque old town, endless city parks and vibrant night life, it’s a place that attracts more and more foreign visitors each year.
Evening will be free of any scheduled activities.
Overnight in Wrocław.

Day 7. 
After breakfast – start of Lower Silesia bus tour. On the route: amazing places around Wrocław. Among them Książ castle – one of the biggest palaces in the world, that was a mansion of wealthy German aristocrat from early XXth century. And UNESCO-listed church of peace in Świdnica, with magnificent interior (curved in wood only!). The tour leads also to Jelenia Góra spa town, favorite place of leisure of European aristocrats in XIXth century.
Farewell, Polish dinner will take place during the tour.
Evening will be free of any activities.
Overnight in Wrocław.

Day 8.
Departure day. After breakfast and hotel check-out, guests will be taken to Wrocław airport.

Warsaw Old Town

Łazienki palace garden

Royal castle square

Cracow Market Square,

Wawel Castle,

Kazimierz District

Lady with Ermine Leonardo da Vinci painting

Wieliczka salt mine

Auschwitz death camp

Historical center of Wrocław

Świdnica wooden church of peace (XVIIth century)

Książ castle

Jelenia Góra spa town  

Inclusions:

Transfer airport – hotel, hotel – airport

Bus transport with a driver for the length of the tour

7 BB in 3* hotel

assistance of English-speaking tour leader/guide during the entire tour

Auschwitz-Birkenau guided tour (in English)

Wieliczka salt mine guided tour (in English)

3x guided city tours in Warsaw, Cracow and Wrocław

Książ castle guided tour (in English)

Da Vinci’s painting and Świdnica church entrance fees

2 x Polish dinners (Warsaw & Jelenia Góra)

 

Exclusions:

Air Fare

Visa

Any items other than mentioned in our itinerary

Below You will find prices per participant in groups of different sizes.

15 tourists:

20 tourists:

25 tourits:

30 tourists:

35 tourists: