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Polish folklore


Beautiful Poland

7 days / 6 nights

Discover Poland - its rich culture, tasty food, wild nature and the pearls of UNESCO World Heritage.

Saturday > Warsaw

Welcome to Poland !
Arrival to Warsaw. Transfer to the hotel and check-in.

Time for leisure.

Accommodation in a cent­rally located hotel.

Sunday > Warsaw

Breakfast in the hotel.

Meet your guide for city tour in Warsaw.

Visit Warsaw — the capital city of Poland. During this tour, we will visit the most important spots in the city and will have an oppor­tunity to become acquainted with the some­times tragic past of Warsaw and the history of Poland. We will start our tour by vis­iting the Old Town, which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the New Town. We will con­tinue our journey to Krasinski Palace, the Supreme Court building and the Warsaw Uprising Monument. After that, we will go to the Lazienki Royal Park where we will see the famous monument ded­icated to Frederic Chopin where we will have an oppor­tunity to relax in the beau­tiful rose garden and among the dazzling natural ele­ments of the park. You will truly forget that you are in a major European Capital City.

From the 11th century till the beginning of the World War II, Poland was known as the cul­tural and spir­itual centre of European Jews. Many of the Polish Jews gained the fame all around the world. As examples we can mention: Arthur Rubinstein, Wladyslaw Szpilman (his story is the base of the Polanski’s movie “The Pianist”). During your trip around Warsaw you will have a chance to see parts of old Jewish Warsaw, syn­agogue, kirkut (cemetery) and other places con­nected with the rich history and tra­di­tions of Polish Jews as well as the monu­ments com­mem­or­a­tiong mar­tyrdom of Jews during WWII and Jewish Uprising in the Warsaw Ghetto.

Optional: Chopin’s concert in a unique concert hall 

Start your romantic evening in the Old Town listenning a Chopin concert. Nestled in the cobble­stone streets of the Old Town of Warsaw stands a unique neo­clas­sical concert hall with ori­ginal “plaster stucco” walls, crystal mirrors, and stylish nine­teenth century dec­or­a­tions. Walk through the doors and step into the era of Chopin for a two-part ensemble of Chopin’s greatest pieces played by inter­na­tionally recog­nized pianists. Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine. End your day in one of the many res­taurants in the Old Town. 

Monday > Warsaw > Zamosc > Kazimierz Dolny

Breakfast in the hotel.

Sightseeing of Kazimierz Dolny, a pic­tur­esque artists’ town situated on the banks of Vistula, full of renais­sance archi­tecture and sur­rounded by lush coun­tryside. See the most important sights like the Market Square, gothic Parish Church, remaining frag­ments of a XIV century castle with a tower, from where you can take in the aston­ishing views of the Vistula valley, Kazimierz and the Janowiec Castle. The sur­rounding fields, woods, ravines, meadows and hops plant­a­tions all form a part of Kazimierz Landscape Park.

In the afternoon arrive in Zamosc and stroll through the per­fectly pre­served XVI century Renaissance town also known as the “Padua of the North”. Its ori­ginal for­ti­fic­a­tions and an impressive amount of com­bined Italian and Central-European archi­tecture earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Accommodation in a cent­rally located hotel.

Tuesday > Zamosc Zalipie > Krakow

Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning transfer from Zamosc to Krakow with stop in Zalipie. Zalipie — this pic­tur­esque little town has been enchanting its vis­itors for the past 80 years with its exquisite tech­niques of folk painting used by the locals to dec­orate their houses with col­orful flower designs. Visit the Painters’ hut–museum to find various examples of tra­di­tional folk art of the area.

Accommodation in a cent­rally located hotel.

Wednesday > Krakow > Wieliczka  > Krakow 

Breakfast in the hotel.

Meet your guide for walking tour in Krakow

Krakow is the cul­tural capital of Poland with Old Town listed as UNESCO Heritage. During the tour you would see Barbican and defensive walls with Florian’s Gate, the Main Market Square with Sukiennice Cloth Hall, St Mary’s Church and Town Hall Tower. We would proceed to the Jagiellonian University, pass by Archbishop Palace (where John Paul II used to live) as well as St Andrew’s Church and St Peter and Paul’s Church to reach the Wawel Hill.

Optional: Trip to Wieliczka Salt Mine

Visit Wieliczka the most beau­tiful and the oldest oper­ating salt mine in the world (UNESCO Heritage). From over 700 years it was a source of Polish fortune and a physical fun­dament of culture. Today Wieliczka is the most will­ingly visited Polish tourist object with mag­ni­ficent chapels, charming under­ground lakes and ori­ginal tools and equipment. During this tour you could see a number of excavated chambers on 3 levels adorned with beau­tiful sculp­tures made of salt as well as a salt museum.

Accommodation in a cent­rally located hotel.

Thursday > Krakow > Oswiecim (Auschwitz) > Czestochowa > Warsaw

Breakfast in the hotel.

Morning transfer from Krakow to Warsaw with stop in Auschwitz Museum and Jasna Gora Monastery.

All over the world, Auschwitz has become a symbol of terror, gen­ocide and the Holocaust. It was estab­lished by the Nazis in 1940, in the suburbs of the city of Oswiecim (Auschwitz in German) which, like other parts of Poland, was occupied by the Germans during the Second World War. A visit to con­cen­tration and exterm­in­ation camp museum might help you to com­prehend what incomprehensible.

Czestochowa is known for the famous Pauline mon­astery of Jasna Gora that is the home of the Black Madonna painting, a shrine of the Virgin Mary. She is the Queen of Poland that the whole nation and country was entrusted to. This spir­itual capital of Poland every year attracts thou­sands of pil­grims from all over the world. During your trip you could visit: the Basilica with Black Madonna Shrine, the exhib­ition devoted to the 600-years of the Monastery, the Armoury Room and the Treasury Room.

Accommodation in a cent­rally located hotel.

Friday > Warsaw

Breakfast in the hotel.

Optional: Trip to Wilanow Palace

Wilanow Palace is one of the most beau­tiful archi­tecture monument in Warsaw called “The Little Versailles”. The typical baroque palace is remarkable for its ori­ginal archi­tecture, a blend of the European art with the Old-Polish building tra­dition. During this trip you could visit the royal summer res­idence of the King John III Sobieski on the out­skirts of a city with a beau­tiful French style garden and a land­scape park.

Transfer to the airport in Warsaw.


Prices and Dates:

PB1 06.04 - 12.04.2024
PB2 25.05 - 31.05.2024
PB3 08.06 - 14.06.2024
PB4 29.06 - 05.07.2024
PB5 17.08 - 23.08.2024
PB6 31.08 - 06.09.2024
PB7 14.09 - 20.09.2024
PB8 28.09 - 04.10.2024
Package per person in dbl/twin room
3rd person in triple room
SGL supplement
1380 EUR 1380 EUR 399 EUR



Price includes:

  • 6 nights in 4* & 5* hotels centrally located with a breakfast:
    - 2 nights in 5* Regent Hotel in Warsaw
    - 1 night in 4* Artis / 4* Zamojski Hotel in Zamosc
    - 2 nights in 4* Puro Kazimierz Hotel in Krakow
    - 1 night in 5* Regent Hotel in Warsaw
  • 6 x daily breakfast
  • 1 x homemade lunch with traditional dishes
  • 1 x tasting of Kazimierz Dolny's typical pastry
  • 1 x tasting of Obwarzanek a typical Krakow bajgel
  • English-speaking guide for the entire tour (driver-guide for groups of less than 7 pax)  
  • Transportation according to program by minivan/bus
  • Entrances:

    - Castle ruins in Kazimierz Dolny
    - House-museum in Zalipie
    - Wawel Cathedral in Krakow
    - Auschwitz-Birkenau Muzeum with local guide
    - Jasna Gora Monastery in Czestochowa


Price excludes:

  • Chopin’s concert in a unique concert hall. Supplement 32 EUR/pax (min 1 pax)
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine Tour. Supplement 60 EUR/pax. (min. 2 pax)
  • Wilanow Palace Tour. Supplement 60 EUR/pax. (min. 4 pax)
  • Transfer to/from Warsaw Airport, one way. Supplement 55 EUR (1-2 pax), 80 EUR (3-5 pax).
  • Transfer to/from Modlin Airport, one way. Supplement 90 EUR (1-2 pax), 100 EUR (3-5 pax).