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 spectacular medieval castle, fascinating history of Warsaw Old Town, stunning Gothic complex in Torun and enjoy unspoiled nature in Bialowieza on our Northern Tour. We promise you an unforgettable experience

Day 1


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

Day 2

Warsaw – Bialowieza

  • Morning: meeting with a local guide for a half-day sightseeing tour of Warsaw. The tour features the Old Town, the Royal Route starting at Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street, leading along Nowy Swiat Street and Ujazdowskie  Avenue to Lazienki Palace and Park Complex. Discover the fascinating history of the city through the stories, monuments, historic buildings and palaces.
  • Afternoon departure for Bialowieza
  • Upon arrival and check-in at your hotel

Day 3


  • Morning: half-day guided walk in the Bialowieza National Park. It protects the best pre-served parts of Bialowieza Forest and it is the last natural forest at the European Lowland Area. Bialowieza has a primeval character meaning identical with the one that covered the area ages ago. Our tour includes a visit to the European Bison Show Reserve where the biggest European mammals live. Bialowieza Forest is listed as UNESCO World Biosphere Reserves.
  • Rest of the day at leisure to enjoy the beauty of unspoiled nature
  • Overnight in Bialowieza

Day 4

Bialowieza – Mikolajki area

  • Breakfast at the hotel, check out and departure to Mikolajki area
  • En route stop in Tykocin, a small quaint town to learn eventful history of local communities
  • Afternoon: continue to Mikolajki area for the leisurely afternoon at Mazury Lake District
  • Overnight at your hotel

Day 5

Mikolajki area – Malbork – Gdansk

  • Morning: departure for Gdansk. Before reaching the city, visit to Malbork Castle, the largest Medieval Fortified Castle in Europe. The Teutonic Knights, a powerful order of German knights, constructed Malbork Castle in the 13th century. Today it is a landmark and World Heritage site recognized by UNESCO, that you cannot miss.
  • Afternoon: continue to Gdansk
  • Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk or Tri-City area

Day 6

Gdansk – Sopot – Gdynia

  • Full-day sightseeing tour of Gdansk, Gdynia and Sopot, often called the Tri-Cities. The tour features: Gdansk with Royal Route (Dluga Street and Long Market – Dlugi Targ), Gothic town hall, the Arthus Court, Neptune Fountain and St. Mary Church, the largest brick church in Europe. Next stop is Oliwa Cathedral where famous organ concerts take place.
  • Afternoon: tour continues to Sopot, the beautiful and famous seaside resort for a stroll along the longest pier in Europe. Last stop on the tour is Gdynia, the port city which was built from scratch in 20th century. The highlights are two ship Dar Pomorza and battleship Blyskawica.
  • Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk or Tri-City area

Day 7

Gdansk – Torun – Warsaw

  • Morning: transfer to Torun, the city of Nicolaus Copernicus and gingerbread
    City tour includes stunning Gothic Old Town and medieval fortification, Town Hall, Cathedral, Nicolaus Copernicus Monument and House which serves today as Copernicus Museum. Torun is recognized as UNESCO World Heritage Monument for the unique Gothic complex.
  • Late afternoon: transfer to Warsaw and check-in at your hotel

Day 8


  • Transfer to Okecie Airport or to Central railway station for your next destination
UNESCO Sites in North of Poland
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