Polska Organizacja Turystyczna
American Society of Travel Agents
RDA International Coach Tourism Federation e.V.
Polska Izba Turystyki
Private Southpoland


Polish culture cities with warsaw, Wrocław and Cracow. 7 days Private journey

1 day

flight to Warsaw. At the airport meeting with an experienced tour guide with his comfortable car. The modern city center of the capital city with its skyscrapers (The Palace of Culture and Science 234 meter high is the highest of all), government district, royal Łazienki Park with the Palace on the Water from 18th century, and also the Old Town rebuilt after the Second World War are part of the program. Overnight in Warsaw.


2 day

The aim of the day is Wroclaw. However first point of sightseeing is the place of Fryderyk Chopin's birth - Żelazowa Wola. Further road is highway to Poznań - Fair and Exhibition center, but also a town of music lovers and irreplaceable climate of the Old Market. Sightseeing points are: renaissance town hall, Cathedral Island where the two first Polish Masters are buried. Further ride to Wrocław. Overnight.

3 day

Wrocław by the River Oder - fourth biggest city in Poland is the regional capital of Silesia. Because of many bridges it is called "Venice of the North". The town hall, university with the Aula Leopoldina - the most beautiful baroque hall of Poland, Cathedral Island and the Sand Island, "Hala Ludowa" - for 90 years the greatest sport area in Europe are the finest historic monuments in the city.  
Free afternoon for enjoying the wonderful atmosphere in the walking area and tasting delicious specialties of Silesian cuisine in various local restaurants. Overnight in Wrocław.

4 day

In the morning ride to Częstochowa, "home" of  the Black Madonna. Częstochowa is the biggest pilgrim town in Poland, visited year by year by millions of pilgrims.  The next target is the former kings' residence - Cracow. 
In the afternoon possibility of sightseeing the Museum of the Holocaust in Auschwitz. In option is also visit in the Ojcowski National Park and amaze its bizarre rock-sculptures, or "Eagle's nest" (castles and palaces) on the road to Cracow.
The best way to spend the evening is to drag over the beautifully lightened Old Town of Cracow. Overnight.


5 day

Main point of the day ist he sightseeing of the city - the most important culture capital of Poland. In the year 2000 Cracow was proclaimed to be the Europe's capital of culture. The Royal Castle Wawel with its Cathedral, where took place coronations and burials of many Polish Kings; the oldest University in Poland (1364); Market Place with the Church of Virgin Mary, where is situated the most famous work of Master Wit Stwosz - Saint Mary's Altar; Jewish district Kazimierz with many synagogues (where Steven Spielberg made his "Schindler's List) are the iron sightseeing points of every tourist.
Afternoon to the group's disposal. In the evening dinner and klezmer music concert in Jewish restaurant "Ariel". Overnight in Cracow.

6 day.

Visiting the beautiful surroundings of Cracow - the Carpathian Mountains. In the morning raft flow over the Dunajec River. Two hours of rafting over the border with Slovakia through the picturesque Pieniny Mountais, where above the river raise over 500 peaks.
In the afternoon an excursion to Zakopane. This city of winter sports is also the capital of the Polish highlander's folk culture. Back to Cracow for overnight.

7 day

in the  morning visiting the oldest salt mine - Wieliczka. Kilometers of underground sidewalks, underground chapels and lakes, an underground sanatorium and a sport hall - no wonder that Wieliczka is on the UNESCO list from 1978...
Back to Cracow and in the afternoon departure from Poland.

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