The central European country of Poland is known for its historic castles, cities, and national parks. Though it has a chaotic history, both ancient and modern, today it draws visitors with its 16 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, beautiful countryside, and popular dishes such as pierogies and kielbasa. Take this luxury Poland tour and discover this beautiful country for yourself.
Visit the Wolfschanze, the former headquarters of Adolf Hitler
Take a half-day boat trip to Maldyty along the Elblag-Ostroda canal
Climb up to St. Mary Church for the best panoramic views of Gdansk
Embark on a cable car ride to Kasprowy Wierch
Try out the centuries-old recipe of Torun Gingerbread
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Your Poland journey begins once you arrive in Warsaw. You will be transferred to a luxury hotel by your tour guide. After check-in, relax in the comfort of your room and explore the city at your own pace.
Day 2: Explore Warsaw on a day tour
Your guide will take you in a private car through the Grand Theater and Opera House, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier and the Saski Park, the Jablonowski Palace, the Town Hall, Umschlagplatz and the Monument of Heroes of Ghetto. End the day by taking a walk around Lazienki Royal Park for a blissful time.
Day 3: Continuing the Warsaw sightseeing
Start the day with an open-air Chopin's concert. Head to the Royal Castle to get a peek inside the former residence of Polish monarchs. Walk around the Old Town and the New Town: the Krasinski Palace, the Monument of Warsaw Uprising, and the Palace of Justice. Enjoy a traditional Polish dinner at the Old Town before heading back to your hotel.
Day 4: Traveling to Kazimierz Dolny
Your guide will transport you to Kazimierz Dolny on the Vistula River Valley. Stroll around a scenic town and visit the Three Crosses Hill overlooking the town. You can also walk to the Roots Gorge in the evening. Youll be transferred to your hotel in Krakow.
Day 5: Krakow And Wieliczka tour
Head to the Wawel Royal Castle and Krakow Old Town, a UNESCO Heritage Site. Walk around Old Town, St. Mary Church, the Sukiennice Cloth Hall, and Barbican.
In the afternoon, your guide will take you to Wieliczka, a thirty minute drive from Krakow. Visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine; a UNESCO Heritage site considered the oldest operating salt mine in the world. In the evening, youll be transferred back to Krakow.
Day 6: Visit Auschwitz-Birkenau
Tour the infamous Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp where over 1 million people lost their lives.
Later, visit Wadowice, the birthplace of Pope John Paul II, to see the Basilica of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the museum in the Pope's family home.. Continue to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, a monastery with chapels spread around in the gorgeous countryside. Return to Krakow to experience the bustling nightlife.
Day 7:A cable car ride in Zakopane
Head to Zakopane, the highest located town in Poland. Embark on a cable car ride to Kasprowy Wierch and admire gorgeous panoramas of high mountains in the Tatra National Park, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. It is located at an altitude of 1957-meters above sea level. Stroll along the Krupowki walkway, a major tourist attraction in Zakopane. Youll then be transferred to your hotel in Niedzica.
Day 8: Head to Niedzica
After breakfast, your guide will accompany you to the Niedzica Castle overlooking Czorsztyn Lake. Experience gentle rafting on the Dunajec River to Szczawnica. You will see the high and steep rocky walls dominate the river, offering spectacular views. In the evening, youll be taken to Wroclaw.
Day 9: A Relaxed Day at Wroclaw
Explore the oldest part of Wroclaw - Ostrow Tumski Island, the Old Town, and the Wroclaw cathedral. Visit the Panorama Raclawicka Museum, the biggest attraction in the city. End the day amidst nature in the Wroclaw Botanical Garden. Your guide will drive you to Torun in the evening.
Day 10: Try the famous Torun gingerbread
Torun is the birthplace of famous Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus. Stroll around the Old Town, filled with incredible gothic architecture. Your guide will take you to the finest bakery to try out the famous Torun Gingerbread. It is a recipe that dates back to the 13th century. In the evening, head to Gdansk for your next destination.
Day 11: Learning the history of Gdansk
Start your day by walking through the historic Long Market in Gdansk. The entire strip is a 500-meter straight line known for its shopping centers, pubs, and cafes. Climb up to St. Mary Church to get the best panoramic views of Gdansk. The town has been a significant part of world history, and the Museum of the Second World War is a great place to learn about it. End the day by visiting Mariacka Street, known for its galleries and fancy restaurants. Spend the night at Gdansk.
Day 12: A Boat Trip to Maldyty
Take a half-day boat trip to Maldyty along the Elblag-Ostroda canal and see swamps, stunning trees, and wildlife. It is also a unique canal still functioning without electricity and operated by water power. Later, youll be transferred to Gierloz. Visit the Wolfschanze, the former headquarters of German dictator Adolf Hitler on the Eastern front during the Second World War. In the evening, you will be taken to Bialowieza for your stay.
Day 13: A Day of Exploration in Bialowieza
Explore the Bialowieza National Park, a UNESCO Heritage site and UNESCO Biosphere Reserve. Spend the day amid nature in the biggest primeval forest complex in Europe. You can head out to Bison Reserve while meandering through the forest. Later, your guide will take you to the nearby Hajnowka town, known for its organ and choir festival. In the evening, youll be transferred to Warsaw.
Day 14: Departure Back Home
Today, you will have enough free time to explore Warsaw for shopping. Your guide will ensure a timely departure to the international airport for your flight back home.