9-day roundtrip

One of the greatest treasures of Poland is nature.
Without any doubt, Poland is “green” with its protected landscape areas – there are 23 national parks;  landscape parks; forests – Polish forests cover about 30% of Poland’s territory;  natural reserves (for fauna, flora, forests, steppes, peat-bogs, waters); special bird protection areas; the rivers – total length of about 19,000 km of which 4,800 km are open to navigation; lakes – f.ex. the Masurian Lake Distict contains more than 2000 lakes; sandy coast – the length of the Polish Coast  is about 700 km; Green Lungs of Poland means Bialowieża &surroundings – approximately 32% of the city are covered by green, creating a very specific and healthy microclimate.
Even in Warsaw – green space covers a quarter of the surface area of the capital, there are 82 parks which cover 8% of its area.
Let’s explore natural areas, let’s see attractions of the region. Discover Green Poland… and have  rich natural, cultural and historical experiences.

Day 1


Upon arrival in Warsaw Chopin Airport (capital city and heart of Poland), meet with your guide/assistant and transfer to your hotel; Check-in at the hotel.

Walk in the Old Town including Royal Castle Square with King Sigismund Waza Column; entrance to the Royal Castle, former residence of Mazovian princes.

Welcome dinner at the Old Town’ local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 2


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; Tomb of the Unknown Soldier; stop in front of the Parliament; walk through the Łazienki Park with its famous Palace on the Isle, see an Old Orangery, the famous Chopin monument and Belvedere.

Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 3

Warsaw – Bialowieza

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Bialowieza (ca. 240 km, 4 h).

In Bialowieza, the last prehistoric wooden complex in Europe, you will see the native land of the forest’s king – the bison. Here live the biggest herds of bison, saved from dying out, by the Polish naturalists. Bialowieski National Park has entered the UNESCO’s list of World Biosphere Reserves. 3 h walk with a local guide through the strict nature reserve of the Bialowieski National Park.

Dinner at the hotel’s restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Bialowieza or nearby


Day 4

Masurian Region

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to the Masurian region (Land of 1000 Lakes, called Polish Switzerland). Round tour of the Masurian Landscape, including Wilczy Szaniec (Wolf’s Liar-Hitler’s headquarter from World War II ).

Dinner at the local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel on Masurian region.


Day 5

Elblag – Malbork – Gdansk

Breakfast at the hotel
Transfer to Ostroda. Ship journey on the Ostroda-Elblag Canal. The most unusual and longest (82 km) navigable canal, deals with 99.5 m difference in water levels by means of a unique system of slipways, where boats are physically dragged across dry land on rail-mounted trolleys. During the journey you will admire beautiful landscapes of the Masurian region.

Transfer to Malbork. Visit Malbork Castle – the largest Medieval castle in Europe, registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Transfer to Gdansk, the city known as city of amber and “Solidarnosc”

Dinner at a hotel’s restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Gdansk


Day 6


Breakfast at the hotel.
Morning cruise on the route Gdansk – Westerplatte (place where World War II began) – Gdansk by beautiful galleon-styled ships “Black Pearl” or “Galleon Lion” (cruise will take around 90 min.) Aboard of the ship the guide will tell you more about the history of Gdansk, its Shipyard and Westerplatte (without stop-over at Westerplatte).

Afternoon: time at leisure
Dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight in the hotel in Gdansk


Day 7

Gdansk – Sopot – Warsaw

Breakfast at the hotel
Let’s explore Gdansk and Sopot (up to 4 h) 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), the Neptune Fountain (a symbol of Gdansk), St. Mary’s Church (the largest brick church in Europe which offers seats for 25,000 people), Oliwa Cathedral (famous for its 18th century organ and concerts played there).

Drive to Warsaw (ca. 380 km, 5 h).

Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 8


Breakfast at the hotel.
Morning: time at leisure / time for shopping
Afternoon: sightseeing of the Wilanow Complex, the baroque palace of the Polish king Jan III Sobieski, surrounded by beautiful gardens.

Farewell dinner at a local restaurant. Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 9

Warsaw – departure

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out
Transfer to the Warsaw Chopin Airport for your return flight



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- 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
similar quality… Flight details may cause changes in the program

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