Poland is a country in Central Europe, bordering Belarus, the Czech Republic, Germany, Lithuania, the Russian Kaliningrad Oblast exclave, Slovakia and Ukraine.
Its capital and largest city is Warsaw. Poland is filled with marvellous countryside, mountains, valleys, grasslands, forests, lakes, beaches, and many farms. In the cities you will find splendid castles and monuments everywhere, and lots of architecture from all ages. Because Poland was located in the middle of the WWII battles, many monuments and museums are dedicated to those battles.
Certainly worth a visit, Poland is a place where you get to think about all of its history, which will make you think even more.
Day 1: Warsaw (L, D)
On your arrival to Warsaw Airport Meet & Greet service by our representative and depending on the arrival time transfer by private coach for lunch or to check into your hotel. Check in and refresh at the hotel, rest of the day is free for leisure to explore the city on own. Dinner at Indian Restaurant included. Overnight stay in Warsaw.
Day 2: Warsaw (B, L, D)
After breakfast your tour guide will tell you about the tormented, often tragic history of this important gateway city between East and West. See the medieval Old Quarter with its Market Square, St John's Cathedral, Palace of Culture & Science, Lazienki Palace and the Jewish ghetto. Some free time in the afternoon for leisure. Overnight in Warsaw.
Day 3: Warsaw - Poznan (B, L, D)
After breakfast we drive to Lodz to see the Manufaktura complex, a former textile manufacturing factory and the grand Poznanski Palace for a photo stop. Continue the journey to Poznan, where guided sightseeing features the major sites of this historic city: Old Market Square, Town Hall, St. Peter and Paul Cathedral. Overnight in Poznan.
Day 4: Poznan - Wroclaw (B, L, D)
After breakfast we drive to Wroclaw, the historical capital of Silesia. Through the ages, the city belonged to Bohemia, Austria, Prussia, Germany, and after 1945 to Poland. Hear about its turbulent history during your guided tour, and admire its highlights, the Cathedral and the Market Square with its fine patrician houses. Overnight in Wroclaw.
Day 5: Wroclaw - Krakow (B, L, D)
After breakfast check out and drive to the Auschwitz concentration camp which was operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland during World War II. On this tour you see what is left of the notorious World War II Concentration Camps, a chilling reminder of the Holocaust. After the tour drive to Krakow. Overnight in Krakow.
Day 6: Krakow (B, L, D)
After breakfast we have a morning tour of the Wieliczka salt mines. Later, follow your local guide for a walk through Krakow’s historic Jewish center, the Kazimierz Quarter, with its cosy art cafes, antique shops, and galleries. Also visit the Remuh Synagogue and the 14th-century St. Mary’s Church with its uneven towers. Overnight in Krakow.
Day 7: Krakow - Warsaw - Departure (B)
Breakfast included at the hotel, then check out and transfer to Warsaw for some free time for leisure and shopping before heading to Warsaw Airport for the group's departure.
Choice of Budget to Luxury Hotels
Knowledgable Local tour guides
Travel in comfort with our executive Touring coaches
Attraction as per the itinerary above
Sumptuous lunches & dinners at Indian, Asian and local restaurants
USP of Tour