Millions of pilgrims from all over the world visit the sanctuaries and churches every year. And they do it not only to pray but also to admire the pearls of sacral architecture. During your unforgettable spiritual experience through Central Europe we visit Warsaw, Krakow, Prague, Salzburg and Vienna just to name a few. And we introduce you to the life of saints: Pope John Paul II, Maximilian Kolbe, Faustina Kowalska and many more. Take a moment to flee from everyday hassle.

Day 1

Warsaw (PL)

  • Arrival in Warsaw Airport, transfer to your hotel for check-in
  • Rest of the day at leisure
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 2

Warsaw (PL)

  • Full-day city tour of Warsaw featuring Old Town with visits to the Royal Castle and St. John Cathedral. Next drive along the Royal Route: Krakowskie Przedmiescie, Nowy Swiat and Aleje Ujazdowskie to admire monuments, historic buildings and palaces.
  • The tour continues to Lazienki Park, where you learn the history of the famous Palace on the Isle. We also stop at the Chopin’s monument, where summer concerts take place.
  • Rest of the day – time for private sightseeing
  • Overnight in Warsaw

Day 3

Warsaw – Niepokalanow – Swinice Warckie – Czestochowa (PL)

  • Morning: Transfer to Niepokalanow to visit Basilica of the Immaculate Conception and learn the history of St. Maximilian Kolbe, who established the Franciscan Monastery there.
  • Afternoon: drive to Swinice Warckie, a small town where Saint Faustina was baptized and had her first Holy Communion in a local parish church. Her parents were buried at the local cemetery by the church as they all lived in a nearby village of Glogowiec. We stop by the house where she was born and lived with her family.
  • Continue to Czestochowa for dinner and overnight

Day 4

Czestochowa – Wadowice – Kalwaria Zebrzydowska – Krakow (PL)

  • Morning: visit the Monastery of Pauline on Jasna Gora, one of the most important pilgrimage centers. Pilgrims and travelers visit the sanctuary because of the miraculous icon of Our Lady of Czestochowa, entrusted to the Pauline Order in the 14th century.
  • Afternoon: drive to Wadowice, the birthplace of St. Pope John Paul II. Visit his family house where he was born. Today it is a museum that presents the story of his life.
  • The tour continues to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska Sanctuary with beautiful Mannerist Church and a series of small chapels illustrating the Passion of Jesus Christ and the life of the Virgin Mary.
  • Transfer to Krakow for overnight

Day 5

Krakow (PL)

  • Morning: half-day tour of Krakow featuring Wawel Hill with the Royal Cathedral, the Royal Route and the old part including the Market Square, the Cloth Hall and St. Mary’s Basilica.
  • Afternoon: visit to Wieliczka Salt Mine. It is an exceptional tourist attraction, included in UNESCO’s Human Heritage List. A tour of the mine includes beautiful chapels, spacious chambers, crystal grottoes and underground ponds, all sculpted in salt. All these wonders are 250 meters below ground.
  • Return to Krakow for overnight

Day 6

Krakow – Auschwitz-Birkenau – Krakow (PL)

  • Morning: transfer to the Memorial and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau, the largest of the German Nazi concentration camps during II World War where over 1.1 million men, women and children lost their lives during the Holocaust.
  • Afternoon: transfer back to Krakow and rest of the day, time for private sightseeing.
  • Overnight at the hotel in Krakow

Day 7

Krakow –  Lagiewniki – Zakopane (PL)

  • Morning: visit to the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy in Lagiewniki, where St. Faustina lived till the end of her life. The Divine Mercy Message has spread all over the world, and today it is one of the most visited pilgrimage centers in Central Europe.
  • Next, we drive to Zakopane, a picturesque town in the Tatra Mountains. Half-day walking tour includes Jaszczurowka Chapel and Krzeptowki Sanctuary. The tour ends with a funicular ride to Gubalowka Mountain to enjoy an amazing view of the Tatra Mountains.
  • Transfer to your hotel in Zakopane

Day 8

Zakopane (PL) – Kutna Hora (CZ) – Prague (CZ)

  • Morning: departure for Czech Republic; our first stop is Kutna Hora–the historical town center with the Church of Santa Barbara and the Cathedral of Our Lady at Sedlec that are UNESCO World Heritage Site. St. Barbara Church is a jewel of the late Gothic period and the Cathedral was restored in splendid Baroque style.
  • Afternoon: continue drive to Prague
  • Rest of the day at leisure
  • Overnight in Prague

Day 9

Prague (CZ)

  • Morning: half-day city tour of Prague includes Hradcany with the St. Vitus Cathedral and the castle area, Mala Strana district where there is a Church of Our Lady of Victorious and the statue of the Infant Jesus of Prague. We walk down the Charles Bridge and stop by some famous statues. Next stops are Old Town Square and Jewish Quarter.
  • Afternoon: time for independent sightseeing
  • Overnight in Prague

Day 10

Prague (CZ) – Cesky Krumlov (CZ) – Salzburg (AT)

  • Morning: departure for Salzburg; first stop is Cesky Krumlov; the town is an excellent example of a medieval settlement built around 13th-century castle; we can admire well-preserved elements of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. It is another site listed by UNESCO as the World Heritage.
  • Afternoon: continue to Salzburg; upon arrival, time for independent sightseeing
  • Overnight in Salzburg

Day 11

Salzburg – Melk – Vienna (AT)

  • Morning: half-day city tour of Salzburg, also known as the city of Mozart; the tour features the Old Town, Hellbrunn Palace, Mirabell Garden and the Mozart Museum.
  • Afternoon: drive to Melk for a visit of impressive Baroque Benedictine Abbey and a tour of the town. It a UNESCO World Heritage Site that we cannot miss on our tour.
  • Continue to Vienna for overnight

Day 12

Vienna (AT)

  • Morning: half-day city tour of Vienna includes Old Town walk with a brief visit to St. Stephen Cathedral and panoramic drive along Ringstrasse, Vienna’s major boulevard. The last stop is Schönbrunn Palace. We visit both the palace and park of this splendid royal residence and park complex, which some say was Austrian response to French Versailles.
  • Afternoon: time to enjoy the city on your own; there is still plenty to see.
  • Overnight at the hotel in Vienna

Day 13

Vienna – Mariazell – Venna (AT)

  • Full-day excursion to Mariazell, the most popular pilgrimage center in Austria. Visit the Basilica to pray at the miraculous statue of Maria. Listen to the legend of the monk Magnus and the rock.
  • Return to Vienna for overnight

Day 14

Vienna (AT) – departure

  • Departure for your next destination or home
Warsaw - Krakow - Prague - Salzburg - Vienna
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