Days : 9 | Nights : 8Warsaw , Poland
Poland is a country in central Europe which has lured tourists from all over the world for its architecture and museums. Its palaces, churches, and colourful buildings have always been a rage among the tourists.
Warsaw tour packages will embark your journey with the visit to the bustling capital of Poland. The city is home to some vivid architecture that is reminiscent of the tumultuous history of Poland. The air around the Gothic churches, Skyrocketing buildings, Soviet-era blocks, and neo-classical places, all of these reek of the long war-torn account of this place. Market Square, The Monument of the Warsaw Mermaid, Warsaw Old Town, Wilanów Palace, Warsaw Uprising Museum, POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews, Sigismund's Column, and Kampinos National Park are some of its major attractions.
The Kraków Tours will include a visit to this a southern Poland city which is home to the remnants of medieval core and Jewish quarter, kept pristine in their originality. Wawel Castle, St. Mary's Basilica, Ojców National Park, and Rynek Underground permanent exhibition are the major tourist spots. Wroclaw holidays will mean a visit to Wrocław which is a city tucked away in the western part of Poland. It’s known for its Market Square, Gothic Old Town Hall, Wrocław Fountain, National Museum, and Four Domes Pavilion. The tour also includes a visit to Torul.
Day 01: Arrive in Warsaw
Meet and greet upon arrival at Warsaw Airport and transfer to your hotel. Check into Hotel. Rest of the day free at leisure. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 02: Warsaw
Breakfast at Hotel. Today we proceed for Half day Morning tour of Warsaw. Featuring the old town, which was successfully rebuilt after its complete devastation during the Warsaw uprising. View the old town square, city walls and Cathedral of St John. Afternoon at leisure or optional tour to the 16th-century royal castle to see the ornate staterooms of the imperial residence. Later return back to hotel. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 03: Warsaw - Gdansk
After breakfast proceed for half day tour of Warsaw including Royal Route with its famous statues, buildings and churches; the Royal Lazienki Park with F. Chopin’s monument and numerous edifices like e.g. Palace on the Water. Old Town area ,listed on UNESCO World Heritage List, features the Royal Castle Square with Royal Castle, St John’s Cathedral , the picturesque Old Town Market Square. In the afternoon drive to Gdansk. Overnight in Gdansk.
Day 04: Gdansk - Torun
After breakfast Sightseeing of Gdansk & Sopot incl. walk along Sopot pier. In Gdansk stroll along Długa Street with Artus Court and Neptune fountain - symbol of Gdańsk. Drive to the Gates of Gdańsk Shipyard where "Solidarity" Union started, which later led to the collapse of Communist regime in Eastern Europe. Transfer to Gdansk Oliwa Cathedral famous for Rococo pipe-organ. Additionally stop in Sopot – Baltic SPA city; walk along the pier in Sopot – the longest in Europe. In the evening transfer to Torun. Overnight in Torun.
Day 05: Torun - Wroclaw
Breakfast at Hotel. Proceed for the tour of Torun Old Town- listed on UNESCO World Heritage List. Unique example of Gothic architecture with churches, burghers’ houses, defensive walls; en route also the Statue of Nicolaus Copernicus- famous citizen of Torun. Then transfer to Wroclaw Overnight at Hotel.
Day 06: Wroclaw
Breakfast at Hotel. This morning sightseeing of Wroclaw called the city of hundred bridges. Old Town features Town Hall and picturesque tenement houses. Visit to Ostrow Tumski- the oldest part of the city. Overnight in Wroclaw.
Day 07: Wroclaw - Krakow
Breakfast at Hotel. In the morning, we travel south from the capital into Lesser Poland, stopping to visit Jasna Gora monastery in Czestochowa, the largest pilgrimage site in Poland. Founded in the 14th century, visitors are attracted to the monastery to view the icon of the Black Madonna. Arrive and check into hotel. Rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 08: Krakow
Breakfast at Hotel. We proceed for Half day Krakow city tour. View Rynek Glowny, the medieval square and considered one of the best-preserved examples in Europe, the Church of St Mary, the Cathedral of Saints Stanislaw and Waclaw, and tour the Oskar Schindler factory. Later afternoon we visit to the salt mines of Wieliczka – one of the oldest operational mines in Europe, dating back more than 700 years, and a Unesco World Heritage site. Inside are galleries, chambers and buildings that have been carved from salt. Return back to hotel. Overnight at Hotel.
Day 09: Depart Krakow
Breakfast at Hotel. Later departure transfer to Airport.
Days : 9 | Nights : 8