Let’s start in Gdansk, the city that stands for freedom and independence. But also, as many port cities it has always been a strong trade center. Here affluent burghers and city itself founded beautiful buildings which we can admire today. Amber Museum, European Solidarity Center and the Crane are just a few on the long must-see list.
Next stop is Warsaw, modern and cosmopolitan city and the capital of the country. The Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage, is a masterpiece of reconstruction art that amazes all visitors. Three royal residences, Chopin’s Museum and Monument, beautiful gardens are to enjoy on your tour.
The tour ends in Krakow. It is a treasury of national heritage, the pearl of architecture and the cultural center. Krakow is also quickly developing city with strong student and academic communities. It is a magic place where each visitor discovers something unique and appealing.

Day 1

Gdansk

  • Arrival in Gdansk and transfer to your hotel for check-in
  • Time at leisure
  • Overnight in Gdansk area

Day 2

Gdansk

  • Full-day tour of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot. The tour includes: Royal Route, Gothic Town Hall, magnificent Artus Court, Neptune Fountain – symbol of Gdansk and the largest brick church Europe St. Mary’s Church.
  • Next the tour continues to Oliwa Cathedral, famous for its 18th century organ concerts, harbor in Gdynia where two popular ships Dar Pomorza and battleship Blyskawica. The last stop is Sopot with the longest pier in Europe
  • Overnight in Gdansk area

Day 3

Gdansk – Malbork – Warsaw

  • Transfer to Malbork (ca. 60 km, app. 1-hour drive) for a guided tour of the castle. It is the largest Medieval castle in Europe, registered as World Heritage at the UNESCO List; there is an extensive collection of amber exhibits on display
  • Afternoon: continue to Warsaw, check-in at your hotel
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 4

Warsaw

  • Full-day sightseeing tour of Warsaw featuring the Old Town, the Royal Castle and the Royal Route; next the tour continues to Lazienki Palace and Park Complex that includes the Royal Palace on the Isle, the former royal residence, Old Orangery and Open-air Theater. Lazienki Park is also known for the famous Chopin’s Monument where summer Chopin concerts take place on Saturdays and Sundays during summer.
  • Rest of the day, time for private visits
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 5

Warsaw – Czestochowa – Krakow

  • Morning: check-out and drive to Czestochowa (ca. 240 km / 3 h) for a visit of impressive Jasna Gora Monastery complex. It is home to the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, also known as Black Madonna. It is also a destination for many religious tours and pilgrims
  • Afternoon: continue to Krakow, after check-in at your hotel time on your own
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 6

Krakow

  • Meeting with a local guide for a half day walking tour of Krakow, including Wawel Hill with the Cathedral, and the old part area with the Market Square, the Cloth Hall, St. Mary’s Church and Florianska Gate
  • Rest of the day, time for independent sightseeing; Optional excursion to Wieliczka Salt Mine
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 7

Krakow

  • Morning: the sightseeing tour to Jewish District Kazimierz, where you can visit Old and Remuh Synagogues, Jewish Cemetery and Oscar Schindler’s Factory.
  • Rest of the day at leisure; optional: honor all those who lost their lives in Auschwitz-Birkenau Concentration Camp built by Nazi as the part of the ultimate solution. Honor the Holocaust victims to prevent such things happen again
  • Overnight in Krakow

Day 8

Krakow – departure

  • Check-out and departure for your next destination
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