Your tour leader will meet & greet you at the Krakow's airport. After the 30 minute transfer to your hotel you will check-in and depending on the time of arrival you will have some free time prior to the welcome dinner at your hotel.
You will start your Polish journey with Krakow sightseeing. During the full day city tour you will walk along the Royal Route, visit the biggest medieval Market Square in the world, admire the Cloth Hall and St. Mary's Church, listen to the Krakow's famous bugle call and pass the University District until you reach the Wawel Hill with the Residence of Polish Kings. After the visit at the castle and its chambers you will continue the sightseeing and walk toward Jewish Quarter where you will have lunch in one of the local restaurants.
The second part of a day will dedicated to the WWII and terrifying history of Jewish people during Holocaust. You will see former Jewish Ghetto which will be followed with the visit at the Schindler's Factory museum.
After sightseeing tour you will have a dinner at the hotel.
Today you will participate in a full day tour to Auschwitz-Birkenau and Salt Mine. Both listed as UNESCO World Heritage sites. First, you will visit the biggest former Nazi concentration camp where an experienced museum guide will take you through the exhibitions in the remaining prison blocks and show you the ruins of gas chambers and crematoriums.
The visit will be followed with lunch at one of the local restaurant after which you will continue the trip to the Salt Mine so you can descend into a magical world of chambers, corridors and chapels made of salt. The visit includes impressive Chapel of St. Kinga with unique reliefs and altars.
The day ends at the dinner in your hotel.
Today you will visit a winter capital of Poland - Zakopane. Zakopane is located in Tatra Mountains which is the highest range of Carpathian Range. The highlight of the day will be a funicular ride up to Gubalowka Hill for a great panoramic view of the Tatry Mountains. During the tour you will also visit one of the most popular Polish cemeteries - Na Peksowym Brzyzku where local artists and politicians strongly connected with the region are buried. After lunch you will stroll along Krupowki st., the shopping promenade, where you must try local specialty - Oscypek, smoked cheese made from a mix of cow and sheep milk.
The day will be finished with the folk show dinner in a traditional restaurant in Krakow.
After breakfast you will leave Krakow it is time for Warsaw now. Before arriving to the capital city of Poland you will stop in Czestochowa, at the Jasna Gora Monastery which is one on the most important pilgrimage points in Christendom along with Rome, Lourdes or Fatima. Led by a monk guide you will see the miraculous icon of Black Madonna and monastery premises.
After the visit you will have lunch before heading up north toward Warsaw. Dinner will be awaiting you at the hotel.
This day you will spend on exploring the beauty of Warsaw, the capital city of Poland. After breakfast a local licensed guide will pick you up at the hotel lobby. You will walk along the Royal Route passing Copernicus monument, St. Cross Church where the heart of Chopin lays down and many others until you reach the Castle Square. Warsaw's Royal Castle and its surrounding is another UNESCO World Heritage Site you will visit during your Polish journey.
After lunch you will be led through the Old Town toward the Jewish Ghetto Area to learn more about the horrifying event of WWII. At the end of the city sightseeing your guide will take to the Royal Lazienki Park. Afterwards you will enjoy a private Chopin Concerts in one of the popular locations in Warsaw which will be followed with a dinner at the local restaurant.
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