UNESCO World Heritage Site lists 16 unique sites in Poland. Each of them is a real treasure worth visiting while you are in our country. Discover fascinating history of Warsaw Old Town, amazing Renaissance architecture of Zamosc, unique Centennial Hall in Wroclaw and exceptional Churches of Peace in Jawor and Swidnica. We promise you an unforgettable experience.

Day 1

Warsaw

Arrival in Warsaw and transfer to your hotel
Rest of the day at leisure
Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw

 

Day 2

Warsaw

Breakfast at the hotel
Full-day sightseeing tour of Warsaw featuring Old Town, Royal Route and Lazienki Place and Park complex. UNESCO Committee accepted Warsaw Old Town onto the World Heritage List as an exceptional example of meticulous reconstruction which preserved its original style.
Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw

 

Day 3

Warsaw – Zamosc

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Morning: transfer to Lublin for walking city tour featuring Old Town with Cathedral and Castle (up to 3 hours)
Afternoon: continue to Zamosc
Rest of the day at leisure
Overnight in Zamosc

 

Day 4

Zamosc – Lancut – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Morning: guided walking tour of the town known for its exceptional Renaissance architecture. The founder of the town, Jan Zamoyski, wanted to modeled it in line with the theories of the “ideal city”. The Italian architect Bernardo Morando was in charge of its design and construction. Zamosc was awarded with UNESCO World Heritage title because of its well preserved original layout

 

Afternoon: transfer to Lancut for a tour of Lancut Castle. It is one of the most beautiful aristocratic residences in Poland, famous for its interior decoration and an exceptional collection of horse-drawn carriages
Continue to Krakow for overnight

 

Day 5

Krakow – Wieliczka – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel
Morning: Half-day city tour of Krakow includes among other Royal Wawel Hill with Castle and Cathedral, Old Town with St Mary Church and Cloth Hall

 

Afternoon: Transfer to Wieliczka for a tour of the Salt Mine “Wieliczka”. It is a must-see UNESCO Site while you are in Poland. The oldest operating salt mine in Europe amazes all visitors with sculptures, chambers and galleries, all carved in salt
Return to Krakow and rest of the day at leisure

 

Day 6

Krakow – Oswiecim – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel
Monument and Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau tour to pay respect to 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. The Monument and Museum is listed as the UNESCO World Heritage Site to save the memory and prevent such things happen again
Return to Krakow and rest of the day a leisure

 

Day 7

Krakow – Wroclaw

Breakfast at the hotel, check out
Morning: drive to Wroclaw, check-in at your hotel
Afternoon: guided city tour of Wroclaw featuring Old Town with the Town Hall. The tour continues to Cathedral and further to The Centennial Hall, the UNESCO World Heritage monument and a unique example of reinforced concrete architecture from early 20th century.
Rest of the day for private sightseeing

 

Day 8

Wroclaw – Jawor and Swidnica – Wroclaw

Breakfast at the hotel
Morning: excursion to the Churches of Peace in Jawor and Swidnica which are recognized as UNESCO World Heritage. Both are the largest timber-framed religious buildings in Europe and bear testimony of the quest for religious freedom
Return to Wroclaw and rest of the day at leisure

 

Day 9

Wroclaw

Breakfast at the hotel and departure for your next destination or home

UNESCO sites in Southern Poland
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