Visit the Relaxing Places in Poland With a Perfect Planning of Poland Tours

Author: Srikanth Krishna on Oct 09,2018

Poland, where all the ways are connected with an improving transportation system. A country whose unexplored and lease renowned gems would fill you with the great feeling of the leisure and treasure as well. A country has much more to explore that has been described in the below-mentioned itinerary.

Highlights from the Trip:

 

To have a small break at least of a week, you can easily spend a quality time here out from the hustle-bustle of your routined timetable. There are a lot of places to explore in Poland which you could easily explore typically at an ease.

Places to Visit:

 

  • Warsaw (Central Europe’s heartland)

  • European charm of Krakow in the south

  • Warsaw’s Old Town (Stare Miasto)

  • Royal Castle

  • Warsaw Rising Museum

  • Palace of Culture & Science

Tour Price

Our private tours typically range from $500 - $1000 per person/per night depending on chosen hotels and room categories, vehicles used, types of tours, flight cost, time of year and other factors. Make an inquiry for a customized trip quote.

Start Planning your trip

Detailed Itinerary

Day 1: Praga

Praga is a capital of Poland and is the coolest up-and-coming district of Warsaw. In just east direction, visit the tourist bubble of Old Town to witness the transformation of the district ranging from Shabchic to meander along Ulica Z?bkowska. The next destination of the day would be Praga Museum which is situated in the south direction of the Ulica Targowa.

Day 2: Gdansk

When it comes to the best places of Poland, Gdansk is listed on the top. The first destination of the day would be Gdansk’s Main Town & Old Town. Begin with D?uga Targ to the main market square which reminds tourists of the Hanseatic seafaring days. The other recommended destinations are:

  • St. Mary’s Basilica (important religious symbol of the city)

  • Gdansk Shipyards

  • The European Solidarity Centre (Europejskie Centrum Solidarno?ci)

  • Malbork Castle

And a lot smaller destinations are there which you can easily cover on Day 2.

Day 3, 4 & 5: Wroclaw

Wroclaw is a bit like Krakow. Here, you must begin your day 3 with the Town Hall (Ratusz). It is completely a masterpiece on Market Square. Here, getting tuned with the Cathedral Island (Ostrow Tumski) is worth to invest. Relax and chill on the Oder River’s northern banks. Spend the evening hours at Krakow which comprises of a couple of the best places like a cherry on the top. Other recommended places are:

  • Rynek Glowny

  • Cloth Hall

  • St. Mary’s Basilica

  • The Rynek Underground

  • Wawel Hill

  • Wawel Cathedral

  • Wawel Castle

  • Wieliczka Salt Mine (first UNESCO Heritage Sites in the entire world)

  • Nazi concentration camps

Although Wawel Castle isn’t as striking as Malbork Castle near Gdansk

On the ways, you will be also encountering intricate formations from varied statues and monuments to underground chapels and lakes. This will be one of the most impressive tours when it comes to the Chapel of St. Kinga where every decoration is carved from salt. Alongside this, experience and explore the real history of the city at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Day 6: Zakopane & Departure

 

When it comes to the most famous retreating outdoor of Poland, Zakopane is premier enlightened. You can visit here at any time in the year. In the winter season, the are bustles as the top ski resort in summer it is considered as the best for hiking. However, for hiking the best peaks mainly include Gubalowka, Strazyska Valley and Kasprowy Wierch. Alongside this, the other recommended destinations are:

  • Tatra National Park

  • Lysa Polana

  • Marvel at the beauty of Morskie Oko

Visiting all such can easily cover the duration of your day 6. After having your dinner and some rest you may easily say a goodbye to Poland at night while departing from the airport.

Learn more about leisure plans

Signup for Exclusive Deals

Exclusive access to private sales, customized specials & more

Book Now