Polish cuisine was born out of diversity. The wealth of flavors is Poland’s treasure that we want to share with you on your next trip to Poland. Each region has its unique culinary heritage and it is a challenge to name one national dish. Start planning your next delicious trip to discover the best food across the country.

Day 1


  • Arrival in Warsaw
  • Welcome dinner at a local restaurant. Try traditional Polish pork chop or Polish beef. Our choice for dessert is an apple-pie made of delicious Polish apples
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 2


  • Morning: half-day sightseeing tour of Warsaw featuring the Old Town and Royal Route
  • Lunch at a local restaurant serving regional dishes or time to try what you wish at one of trendy food courts
  • Afternoon: tour of Museum of Polish Vodka with tasting and workshop; snacks served at the premises
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 3

Warsaw – Poznan

  • Morning: transfer to Poznan, capital of Wielkopolska Region
  • Afternoon: city tour includes Ostrow Tumski with Cathedral, Old Town with Market Square and Renaissance Town Hall
  • Dinner served at a local restaurant-brewery where we try regional dishes like “gzik”, “gelart” or potato fritter
  • Overnight in Poznan

Day 4

Poznan – Zielona Gora – Wroclaw

  • Morning: visit to Poznan Croissant Museum presenting the history of the Saint Martin’s Croissant. The visit includes live show led by the Croissant Master
  • Drive to Zielona Gora for short city tour. Next transfer to Lazy for a visit to Milosz Vineyard and a tour of the vineyard with wine tasting. Try local cheese and other snacks served during the tour
  • Afternoon: drive to Wroclaw
  • Dinner served at one of the oldest restaurant in Poland
  • Overnight in Wroclaw

Day 5

Wroclaw – Krakow

  • Morning: half-day tour of the city featuring Old Town with Market Square and Town Hall
  • Afternoon: transfer to Krakow
  • Dinner served at manor house or traditional local restaurant
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 6


  • Morning: half-day walking tour of Krakow featuring Wawel Hill with the Cathedral, Market Square, the Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Church
  • Lunch served at a local restaurant with Polish dumplings workshop
  • Afternoon: time at leisure to explore the city on your own
  • Dinner served at Kazimierz Jewish District for a taste of Jewish dishes
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 7

Krakow – Wieliczka – Zakopane

  • Morning: transfer to Wieliczka for a tour of the Salt Mine
  • Lunch served at the mine restaurant or a nearby hotel serving local dishes
  • Afternoon: drive to Zakopane and rest of the day at leisure
  • Dinner at a traditional restaurant serving regional dishes like moskol, grilled oscypek cheese, kwasnica soup
  • Overnight in Zakopane

Day 8

Zakopane – Krakow

  • Morning: half-day walking tour of Zakopane includes Krupówki Street and stop at a local cheese-maker
  • Lunch at local restaurant
  • Afternoon: drive to Krakow, workshop at Zywe Muzeum Obwarzanaka
  • Farewell dinner served at a local restaurant
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 9


  • Departure for your next destination
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