Exploring The Various Faces of Poland: 8-Day Luxury Tour

Poland is a nation that is one of the undisputed gems of Central and Eastern Europe. It has a lot of features that make it a real favorite on the bucket list of travelers all around the globe. It has UNESCO-listed cities and extensive forests, rolling Masurian plains lined with pristine lakes, and cobbled historic centers revealing the various secrets of Copernicus and numerous kings. This 11-day luxury tour provides a perfect holiday itinerary for visitors looking to make the most of their trip to Poland.

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Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Welcome to Warsaw

Meet your private guide at Warsaw airport, who will transfer you to your hotel. Set off with your guide on an introductory tour of the city. Stroll in the Royal Route and peek at its buildings that have great historical significance. Notice that the architecture has been recently renovated. Reach Castle Square and have a walk in the Old Town. Afterward, enjoy a delicious dinner of traditional Polish delicacies combined with Polish vodka "Zubrowka" at a premium restaurant.

Day 2: Exploring Warsaw

Witness the Old Town that was completely destroyed in the second World War but has not been amazingly reconstructed. Be impressed by the majestic Royal Castle, which has the Polish kings' seat and the place of the proclamation of the second constitution around the globe. Wonder at the 300 rooms of the castle that includes the Canaletto Room. Be amazed by the spectacular ballroom, the paintings of Marcello Bacciarelli in the King's Hall, the portraits of Kings of Poland present in the Marble room, and the Throne Room. Later in the evening, enjoy a piano recital of some of the greatest compositions of Frederic Chopin.

Day 3: Venturing to Krakow

Halt in Czestochowa to witness the holiest Polish icon, the Black Madonna, in the Jasna Gora Monastery. Enjoy a delicious lunch at a posh eatery in Czestochowa. Afterward, get transported to the past in a former concentration camp in Auschwitz, where millions of individuals lost their lives during the Holocaust. 

Day 4: Discovering Krakow

Explore the treasured furniture, unique objects, valuable art, the seat of three monarch dynasties of Poland, and the Royal Castle in Wawel. Later, admire the 18 chapels, which are like true perfection at St. Stanislaus and St. Jadwiga, which is the place of the cult of the Queen of Poland. Be amazed by the Zygmunt, which is a massive bell that is ranked as the biggest in the entire world. The various Polish kings were crowned and buried there.

Day 5: Heading to Zakopane

Head out to Zakopane, which is a holiday resort in the Tatra Mountains. Mingle with the people who admire the local folk art, hikers, and other walk lovers. Visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine and look at the spectacular cathedral, lakes, chapels, and wonderful grottoes, which are all carved from rock salt. Then, be enchanted by one of the most famous resorts in the nation, Zakopane, which is situated between Giewont and Gubalowka. This was a trendy artist's shelter and a tiny village hidden in the mountains at the beginning of the previous century.

Day 6: Strolling in Zakopane

Enjoy the perfect combination of astonishing landscapes and wooden architecture called Zakopianski Style in Zakopane. Notice the wooden architecture of Zakopane in the Jaszczurowka Chapel and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima at Krzeptowki. Learn that the latter was built by the locals after an attempt at the life of the erstwhile Pope. Then, soak in the gorgeous views from Gubalowka Mountain. Following that, explore the local shops that have souvenirs of the arts and crafts of Highlanders. 

Day 7: Touring Wroclaw

Today, your guide will drive in a private vehicle to Wadowice, the birthplace of Pope John Paul II, where you can see his family house. Wroclaw is also called the "Venice of the North." Enter the Basilica of Wadowice and notice the plaque that commemorates his baptism in that church, as well as a stone font where he used to pray when he visited the nation for the first time after becoming the Pope. Finally, head to Wroclaw also termed the Cultural Capital of Europe in the past. Stroll through the Town Hall on the Market Square to see the country's treasure trove of urban Gothic-Renaissance architecture.

Day 8: Departure

Today, your private guide will transfer you to the airport for your international departure.

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