9-day roundtrip

… taste and smell…
Discover what pierogi, gołąbki and schabowy are … during our Culinary Tour, and experience the flavors of Polish cuisine.
Try some of the best soups, sour pickles straight from a wooden barrel; learn why the most popular pierogi are called Russian pierogi and why good bigos (hunter’s stew) needs to wait for a week or more before you eat it. And don’t worry: the sweet part of the tour awaits you too!
Take a chance to soak up the history of Polish food and our eating habits and learn about the traditions we know from our grandparents…. Discover how the sorts of food we consume and the ways we prepare and eat it can tell you many things about the very complex history of our country and us, Poles.
This tour gives you an opportunity to taste fantastic Polish dishes…

Day 1

Warsaw

Upon arrival in Warsaw (capital city and heart of Poland), meet with your guide/assistant and transfer to your hotel. Check-in at the hotel.
Walk through the Lazienki Park with famous Palace on the Island, Old Orangery, famous Chopin’s monument and Belvedere.
Welcome dinner at Folk Gospoda restaurant, one of the oldest restaurants in the city. You will try traditional Polish pork chop or Polish beef. For the dessert we serve apple-pie from Polish delicious apples. Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw.

 

Day 2

Warsaw – Poznan

Breakfast at the hotel
Full day classic sightseeing tour of Warsaw, including Old Town located on the UNESCO List with Royal Castle Square with King Sigismund Waza Column. The Royal Route: Nowy Swiat and Aleje Ujazdowskie, with numerous churches (Holy Cross Church with Chopin’s heart), monuments, historic buildings and palaces; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; stop in front of the Parliament; walk by the Palace of Culture and Science, the special gift which we’ve got from Russian nation.

Lunch at local restaurant with Warsaw speciality, after that transfer to Poznan – capital of potato (ca. 310 km, 3,30 h).

Check in and dinner at local restaurant with local Poznan food like “gzik”, “gelart” or potato fritter
Overnight at the hotel in Poznan

 

Day 3

Poznan

Breakfast at the hotel
Morning city tour of Poznan with local guide include the island of Ostrow Tumski with Cathedral St Peter and Paul’s. Charming Old Town of Poznan, where you will see the hallmark of the city, the “Poznanskie Koziolki”, the Old Town Square with its Renaissance Town Hall and Merchant houses and St. Stanislav’s Church.

Lunch at local restaurant and then visit the Croissant Museum. This is the place to be for everyone who wants to know Poznan better and quickly become familiar with its symbols, especially the famous St Martin’s Croissants – the most popular sweet in the city. The visit of centre includes live show during which will do the croissant on your own. Back to hotel.
Overnight at the hotel in Poznan

 

Day 4

Poznan – Zielona Gora – Wroclaw

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Morning transfer to Zielona Gora (ca. 150 km, 2 h), short city tour and then transfer to Lazy for visit the Milosz Vineyard where you can see how the Polish vine is produced. We start from the sightseeing of vineyard and next we will have tasting of wine and different kinds of Polish cheeses.

Continue our drive to Wroclaw (ca. 170 km, 3,30 h). Arrival and check in at the hotel.

Dinner at Cesarsko-Krolewska resataurant where you can try “zrazy” – stuffed beef with red cabbage or rabbit in mushroom sauce.
Overnight at the hotel in Wroclaw

 

Day 5

Wroclaw

Breakfast at the hotel
Culinary tour around Wroclaw during which you will be able to experience the history, development and current tastes of the city. The programmes includes brunch in a rather untypical place, which is Hala Targowa – the most famous food market in Wrocław. Next, we will visit the Culture of Tastes – A Food Truck Rally. Another spot we will visit is BARBARA – an info point and café. We will finish our culinary adventure with superb lunch and craft beer tasting in one of craft brewery.
Afternoon at leisure
Dinner at Piwnica Swidnicka Restaurant – the oldest restaurant in whole Europe

Overnight at the hotel in Wroclaw

 

Day 6

Wroclaw – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Morning transfer to Krakow (ca. 280 km, 4,30 h). Arrival and check in at the hotel.
Lunch at a local restaurant with Polish dumplings workshop. After that city tour with local guide include the most interesting place like Royal Wawel Hill with Castle and Cathedral, Old Town with St. Marry’s Church, the biggest market square in whole Europe and Cloth Hall.
Back to the hotel
Dinner at Hawelka Restaurant which is the oldest restaurant in the Main Market Square in Krakow, operating continuously since 1876. Here you can try Polish food like “golabki” or “maczanka Krakowska” or veal.
Overnight at the hotel in Krakow

 

Day 7

Krakow – Wieliczka – Zakopane

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Transfer to Wieliczka for visit the Salt Mine “Wieliczka”, the world-class attraction included in the UNESCO Human Heritage List. It illustrates the historic stages of the development of mining techniques in Europe from the 13th to the 20th century. It encompasses 9 levels, 2040 chambers and 360 km of galleries that form a mysterious labyrinth.

Lunch at underground mine restaurant traditional Polish soup “Zurek” with egg and sausages
Continue our drive to Zakopane (ca. 100 km, 2 h), arrival and check in at the hotel.

Dinner with traditional highlander dishes like moskol, grilled oscypek cheese and trout
Overnight at the hotel in Zakopane

 

Day 8

Zakopane

Breakfast at the hotel
Half day walking tour including Krupowki which is the main, commercial street in Zakopane; visit the Tatra Museum, Sanctuary at Krzeptowki, the Jaszczurowka Chapel.

Lunch at a local restaurant
Afternoon at leisure / time for shopping

Evening dinner at traditional highlander inn with the accompaniment of folk bands. We will serve you the “kwasnica” soup, lamb and shot of Polish “sliwowica”.

Overnight at the hotel in Zakopane

 

Day 9

Zakopane – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel, check out.
Morning transfer to Wadowice (ca. 95 km, 2 h) for visit the city where John Paul II was born. Visit the Museum Family Home of John Paul II and then lunch at local restaurant with the most famous cakes in Poland – “kremowki”.

Continue our drive to Krakow Balice Airport for departure flight

Important:

Due to unforeseen changes in local schedules & events, we reserve the right to change the sequence of sightseeing, events and activities as well as substitute those listed with others of similar quality…
Flight details may cause changes in the program.

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