Gdansk – Warsaw – Krakow North-South of Poland
Old Town in Krakow
The Crane of Gdansk
Panoramic view of Old Town in Warsaw
Wawel Castle in Krakow
Program of the roundtrip
Gdansk is a royal and Hanseatic city, regarded as a symbolic place where World War II broke out and the decline of the communism in Central Europe began. It is considered as an important culture, science, industry and communication centre. It is a cradle of Solidarity leaded by Lech Walesa. Warsaw is an unusual city situated in the centre of Europe, on the intersection of communication routes connecting the West with the East and the North with the South of the continent. It fascinates visitors with its history, climate, monuments… Adopts changes brought by new epochs and preserves tradition at the same time. Krakow Poland’s former royal capital; a city of inspiring contrasts: rich tradition and history, a treasury of national heritage, historical architecture and art and at the same time an open, dynamically growing “young-at-heart” place.
Upon arrival in Gdansk Walesa Airport, meet with your guide/assistance and transfer to your hotel. Check-in. Afternoon cruise on the route Gdansk – Westerplatte (place where the Second World War began) – Gdansk by beautiful galleon-styled ships “Black Pearl” or “Galleon Lion” (cruise will take around 90 min.) During the cruise the guide will tell about the history and monuments of Gdansk, its Shipyard and Westerplatte (without stop-over at Westerplatte).
Welcome dinner at a local restaurant or at the hotel’s restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk
Breakfast at the hotel ; Time at leisure
City tour of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot, including: the Royal Route (with Dluga Street and Long Market – Dlugi Targ), Gothic Town Hall houses, the Artus Court (one of the most magnificent building of this type in Europe; with entrance), the Neptune Fountain (a symbol of Gdansk), St. Mary’s Church (the largest brick church in Europe which can seat 25,000 people; with entrance), Oliwa Cathedral (famous for its 18th century organ and concerts played there; with entrance), pier in Sopot (the longest pier in Europe; with entrance).
Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk
Gdansk – Malbork – Warsaw
Breakfast at the hotel, check-out
Transfer to Warsaw via Malbork (ca. 80 km / 1 h). Visit the Malbork Castle – the largest Medieval castle in Europe, registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Continue tour to Warsaw (ca. 350 km / 4,30 h). Walk in the Old Town including Royal Castle Square with King Sigismund Waza Column.
Dinner at the Old Town’s local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw
Breakfast at the hotel
Full day classic sightseeing tour of Warsaw, including the Royal Route: Nowy Świat and Aleje Ujazdowskie, with numerous churches (Holy Cross Church with Chopin’s heart), monuments, historic buildings and palaces; stop in front of the Parliament; walk through the Lazienki Park with the famous Palace on the Isle, Old Orangery, famous Chopin’s monument and Belvedere…
Drive to Wilanow and visit the Wilanow Complex (one of the most precious monuments of Polish Baroque built for King Jan III Sobieski, surrounded by beautiful gardens).
Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw
Warsaw – Czestochowa – Krakow
Breakfast at the hotel; check-out. Transfer to Czestochowa (ca. 240 km / 3 h).
Visit the Monastery of Pauline on Jasna Gora (with miraculous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa), one of the biggest pilgrimage centres of the modern Christian world. Continue the tour to Krakow (ca. 130 km/2 h), the ancient capital city of Poland, was not destroyed during World War II. It has a very beautiful old town with many historic building dating back to Medieval Ages. Short walk to Kazimierz, ancient Jewish district, with entrance to the Remuh synagogue.
Dinner in one of the restaurant in Kazimierz, serving specialities of Jewish cuisine. Overnight at the hotel in Krakow
Breakfast at the hotel
Half day tour of Krakow, including the Royal Wawel Hill and entrance to the Royal Cathedral; the Old Town area with the Old Town Market Square, the Cloth Hall, Collegium Maius (part of Jagiellonian University – the oldest university in Poland), entrance to St. Mary’s Basilica, walk through Florianska Gate… and more…
Transfer to Wieliczka (ca. 20 km) – the world-class attraction listed on the UNESCO Human Heritage List. The underground tourist route is almost 3 km long and consists of winding corridors, 800 steps and a descend to a depth of 135 meters; this route leads through a mysterious labyrinth of galleries and caverns with unique sculptures, all carved in rock salt.
Dinner at a local restaurant in Wieliczka. Overnight at the hotel in Krakow
Krakow – Oswiecim – Krakow
Breakfast at the hotel
Drive to Oswiecim (ca. 70 km/ 1 h) – visit the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum, place of ancient Nazi concentration camp from World War II. The Auschwitz camp has become a symbol of terror, genocide and the Holocaust. It was established by the Nazis in 1940 in the suburbs of the city of Auschwitz, which was integrated into the Third Reich.
Return to Krakow. Time at leisure
Farewell dinner at a local restaurant in the Old Town. Overnight at the hotel in Krakow
Krakow – departure
Breakfast at the hotel; Check-out
Transfer to the Krakow Balice Airport for the return flight
15 persons in group : from 945 euro per person in dbl room
30 persons in group : from 805 euro per person in dbl room
Single supplement : from 275 euro per one single room
The above price includes:
7 nights’ accommodation at 4* hotels (close to the city center)
7 buffet breakfast
7 dinners at local restaurant (with mineral water)
English speaking city guides, according to the program
Bus, according to the program
Entrance to: Artus Court, St. Mary’s Cathedral, Oliwa Cathedral, pier in Sopot, Malbork castle (with English speaking local guide), Wilanow, Jasna Gora Monastery in Czestochowa (with English speaking local guide), Remuh synagogue, Wawel Cathedral, St. Mary’s Basilica, Wieliczka (with English speaking local guide), Auschwitz (with English speaking local guide)
The above price does not include
Guide’s assistance for transfer Gdansk – Malbork – Warsaw (Day 3)
Guide’s assistance for transfer Warsaw – Czestochowa - Krakow (Day 5)
Guide’s assistance for the departure transfer (Day 8)
Entrances not mentioned in the above
Additional drinks during the lunches and dinners
1. It is only an offer, no reservation has been made at the moment.
2. This is an entry price. The final price will be given after the final confirmation (with chosen exact date and given final number of pax).
3. The prices are non-commissionable and apply for reservations booked and payable through Supertour DMC Poland only.
4. Hotels names will be confirmed after written confirmation of booking.
5. After reconfirmation we will send you the conditions of cooperation
6. If the itinerary will change, the price will be subjected to reconfirm.
7. 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
8. Group’s flight details may cause changes in the program.