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… these cities – Warsaw, Krakow, Wroclaw & Poznan – guarantee that everyone who comes here will certainly see and experience something interesting, regardless of whether they spend several hours or several days….

 Warsaw – the capital of Poland, a really different city: survived the destruction during the World War II. There are restored Gothic, communist concrete, modern glass and steel. As a result, it is a fascinating collection of neighborhoods and landmarks. Now this amazing city is full of contrasts and surprises. It will excite and inspire you.

Krakow – former royal capital, Poland’s the most recognizable town. It is famous for its priceless historical monuments of culture and art; a place where legends, history and modernity intertwine. A visit to Krakow is a meeting with one of the most glorious era in Polish history.

 Wroclaw – has been looking the waters of the Oder River for over a thousand years. It is a unique city, consisting of 12 islands connected with 117 bridges. Wroclaw is a city of tolerance and many religions: Catholicism, Protestantism, Orthodox faith and Judaism. Multicultural, open to new ideas and challenges, the city is famous for it’s hospitality. The charming historical centre, parks, good restaurants, hotels, and friendly people make it a pleasant place to visit and to do business.

Poznan – a city with over a thousand years of history associated with the beginnings of Polish statehood. It is an important industrial and railway center and is the site of a major international trade fair. With a rough history, beautiful architecture and unique atmosphere, it’s a perfect tourist destination even for the most demanding travelers. “Come for business, stay for pleasure” is said about Poznan.

Day 1


Upon arrival at Warsaw Chopin airport, meet with your driver and transfer to your hotel. Check-in
Short guided tour of Warsaw incl. the entrance to the Palace of Culture and Science – the highest building in Poland (built between 1952 and 1955), it was a “gift of the Soviet people to the Polish nation”, offered by Joseph Stalin himself. The big attraction is a large viewing terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace – with an excellent panoramic view…

Overnight at the hotel in Warsaw


Day 2

Warsaw – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel; check out
Join the General Warsaw Tour for sightseeing in the morning including the Historic Centre of Warsaw which is a unique example of a planned near-total reconstruction of a span of history covering the 13th – 20th century. The Old Town has its place on the UNESCO’s list since 1980. Our tour includes: The Castle Square (with King Sigismund Waza Column); the Royal Castle (built in the 14th century as a wooden fortress for the Dukes of Mazovia), St John’s Cathedral, the Old Town Market Square, the Barbican. Drive through the Royal Route: Nowy Swiat and Aleje Jerozolimskie, with numerous churches (Holy Cross Church with Chopin’s heart), monuments, historic buildings and palaces.

Transfer to the Central Railway Station; train tickets for the train to Krakow. Arrival Krakow, transfer to hotel and check in.

Overnight at the hotel in Krakow


Day 3

Krakow – Wieliczka – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel

Morning: join the General Krakow Tour for half of the day, including the Royal Wawel Hill (entrance to the Royal Cathedral and courtyard of Wawel Castle), the Old Town area with the Old Town Market Square, the Cloth Hall, entrance to St. Mary’s Basilica, Collegium Maius (part of Jagiellonian University – the oldest university in Poland), Jewish quarter of Krakow. Lunch on your own.

In the afternoon visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine (join to the Regular Tour) the world-class attraction mentioned on the UNESCO Human Heritage List. It is the oldest operating salt mine in the world. It encompasses 9 levels, 2040 chambers and 360 km of galleries that form a mysterious labyrinth. Unique altars, statues and entire underground chapels with reliefs and chandeliers sculpted in salt… (tour incl.: tour guide assistance, guided tour, entrance ticket, leaving the mine in a lift after the tour, transportation).

Overnight at the hotel in Krakow


Day 4

Krakow – Auschwitz – Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel

In the morning join the Regular Tour to Auschwitz – Birkenau Museum, standing on the UNESCO World Heritage List since 1978; (incl. guide assistance during the journey, documentary film, headphones, transportation); duration ca. 7 h. KL Auschwitz was established by the Nazis in 1940, and was the largest of the German Nazi concentration camps and extermination centres. It has become a symbol of terror, genocide and the Holocaust. Over 1.1 million men, women and children lost their lives here. Back to Krakow.

Overnight at the hotel in Krakow


Day 5

Krakow – Wroclaw

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out
Private transfer to the Krakow Main Train Station for morning train to Wroclaw. Wroclaw – the capital of Lower Silesia, one of the oldest cities in Poland; The European Capital of Culture of 2016.

Transfer to the hotel Wroclaw, check-in.
Half day guided (walking) afternoon city tour through Wroclaw. Visit the Old Town – the heart of the city, with its Main Market Square, with a fountain surrounded by picturesque tenements houses. Continue to the Aula Leopoldina (entrance) – where most important events from Wroclaw University take place. It is a beautiful room with magnificent murals. Then visit Panorama Raclawicka (entrance) – huge painting stretches 114 meters in its depiction of Poland’s battle for independence from Russia in 1794.

Overnight at the hotel in Wroclaw


Day 6

Wroclaw – Poznan

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out
Private transfer to Wroclaw train station for morning train to Poznan. Private transfer to the Poznan hotel, check-in.
Half day guided afternoon city tour of Poznan, incl. the Island of Ostrow Tumski, the most important royal residence during the days when Poland was still a pagan country. This is where you will find. Poland’s very first Cathedral St. Peter and Paul’s. From there we will take you to the charming Old Town of Poznan, where you will see the hallmark of the city, the “Poznanskie Koziolki”, two charming billy-goats that butt heads every day at noon. While in the Old Town you will have time to admire the Old Town Square with its Renaissance Town Hall and Merchant houses – the unique relics of early commercial architecture. From there you will stroll through the narrow streets of this historical area until you reach St. Stanislav’s Church – a precious pearl of the Polish Baroque, brimming with gilded ornaments and mouldings.

Overnight at the hotel in Poznan.


Day 7

Poznan – Warsaw – departure

Breakfast at the hotel; check-out
Private transfer to Poznan train station for morning train to Warsaw.
Private transfer to Chopin Warsaw Airport for your departure flight



Our rate per program:

from 985 Euro per person per program in shared double/twin room basis on BB

- The given price is valid for two pax (individual rate)
- The price is non-commissionable and apply for reservations booked and payable through LCC Supertour Poland only;
- The rate is estimate, no reservation has been made
- Quotation is based on *** hotels
- Quotation is based on train tickets at 2 class
- The given rate do not include the guide/assistant for the whole tour
- Local guides where obligatory - are included
- !!! The final rate for the offered program requires reconfirmation (when the final itinerary, exact date, hotels, and services will be agreed)
- 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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