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Luxury Poland

10 giorni / 9 notti

Alla scoperta della Polonia LUSSUOSA! Prova la deliziosa cucina locale! Partecipa agli affascinanti workshop. Ascolta il recital di pianoforte della musica di Fryderyk Chopin!

Day
1
> Gdansk
 

Welcome to Poland !

Arrival to Gdansk. Transfer to the hotel and check-in.

Overnight in the 5* Gdansk Boutique hotel in Gdansk.

 
Day
2
> Gdansk
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

The charm of Old Town Gdansk attracts mil­lions of tou­rists each year. We will start by taking a walk down Długa Street, which is one of the most beau­tiful European markets that is nestled around a dazzling selection of renais­sance buil­dings. It leaves from the Golden Gate and passes by the Town Hall, Neptune fountain, Arthur’s Court and finishes by the Green Gate over­looking the Motława River. On a way you may visit The Museum of Arthur’s Court and the Amber Chamber at which point, you will see an amber poli­shing demon­stration with a short lecture on amber. The tour con­tinues to the Old Crane, which happens to be one of the most popular symbols of the city. After that, the tour finishes at the church of St Mary, Europe’s biggest gothic brick church.

End the tour with a spot of liqueur tasting – Goldwasser, bottled with crumbs of authentic 24-carat gold, is the tra­di­tional ape­ritif of Gdansk and no visit can be com­plete without sam­pling it.

Overnight in the 5* Gdansk Boutique hotel in Gdansk.

 
Day
3
> Gdansk > Torun > Warsaw
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

Transfer to Torun.

Torun, the best example of medieval gothic town (UNESCO Heritage) and bir­th­place of great Polish astro­nomer Nicolaus Copernicus who made a crucial discovery that the Earth is not the centre of uni­verse. During the walk along the Old Town we would visit the Copernicus House and the Cathedral with a bell tower offering a splendid view over the city. Time for a sou­venir hunt could be a chance to try gin­ger­bread — a spe­ciality the city is famous for, that is baked according to old recipes and methods dating back to the 16th century.

Make it yourself – take part in a unique Gingerbread work­shops!
You can’t leave Torun without trying the local sweetness – the Gingerbread. There are numerous shops offering various kind of Gingerbread, but there is only one place, where you can bake it on your own – the Living Museum of Gingerbread! The museum magi­cally takes you to the Medieval times. Here you can learn about every ritual con­nected with baking gin­ger­breads. It all takes place under the wat­chful eyes of Gingerbread Master and charming Gingerbread Witch. The visitors prepare dough by them­selves and then bake the spe­cialties of Torun in tra­di­tional wooden molds. Smacznego!

Transfer to Warsaw.

Overnight in 5* Raffles Europejski hotel in Warsaw.

 
Day
4
> Warsaw
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

Visit of the capital city of Poland — Warsaw. 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.

In the afternnon we invite you for Chopin’s con­certs. 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. As you walk through the doors, you will step into the era of Chopin for a two-part ensemble of Chopin’s greatest pieces played by inter­na­tio­nally reco­gnized pia­nists. During the inter­mission, you will be invited to a glass of spar­kling wine, orange juice, or water. This concert is both a perfect start and/or fini­shing touch to a romantic evening in the Old Town. If you are starting your night with the concert, you may choose to end it in one of the many restau­rants that our beau­tiful old town has to offer.

Overnight in 5* Raffles Europejski hotel in Warsaw.

 
Day
5
> Warsaw > Auschwitz-Birkenau > Krakow
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

Transfer to Auschwitz-Birkenau. 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.

Transfer to Krakow.

Overnight in 5* Stary hotel in Krakow.

 
Day
6
> Krakow > Wieliczka > Krakow
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

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.

Feel like royalty on a car­riage ride around the market square.

Transfer from Krakow to 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. Transfer back to Krakow.

Overnight in 5* Stary hotel in Krakow.

 
Day
7
> Zakopane
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

Transfer to Zakopane.

The Tatra Mountain is a beau­tiful section of the Carpathian mountain range and the only one of Alpine cha­racter in central Europe. The whole Polish Tatras area con­sti­tutes the Tatra National Park (UNESCO Biosphere Reserve). During this tour you would walk through a village of Chocholow, take a trip by the cable and ground railway to Gubalowka Mountain and have a chance to stroll around streets of Zakopane, a town that is the heart of this tourist region.

Polish dinner in the local restaurant with folk music band.

Overnight in 5* Aries hotel in Zakopane.

 
Day
8
> Zakopane > Wroclaw
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

Transfer to Wroclaw.

Cruise on the Odra River, the second biggest in Poland, would be a chance to admire the brea­th­taking panorama of the Old Town and beau­tiful city bridges in Wroclaw. We care about the envi­ronment — the solar-powered cata­maran is the only eco sustai­nable water craft on the Oder River in Wrocław. Transfer back to the hotel.

Overnight in the 5* Granary — La Suite hote in Wroclaw.

 
Day
9
> Wroclaw
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

Welcome to magic Wroclaw – the city of 100 bridges. Its rich history and medieval cha­racter attracts mil­lions of tou­rists every year. The sightseeing starts by the main entrance of the 13th century Cathedral of St. John the Baptist located on Ostrow Tumski island — the oldest part of Wroclaw. Walking along Odra river bank, we ascend the “Polish Hill” offering the splendid view over the city. Nearby there is the Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice Museum pre­senting one of the biggest 360o pano­ramic battle scenes in the world, nowadays one of the nation’s symbol. The next pearl on our route is Aula Leopoldina – repre­sen­tative baroque hall at the Wroclaw University. Stroll around medieval cob­ble­stone streets leads to the Market Square, one of the largest in Europe, sur­rounded by old tenement houses with the gothic Town Hall in the centre.

In the afternoon free time.

Overnight in the 5* Granary — La Suite hote in Wroclaw.

 
Day
10
> Wroclaw
 

Breakfast at your hotel.

Transfer to the airport in Wroclaw.
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