Experience a nine-day journey through Poland. Get to know the most beautiful cities in the country – Szczecin, Gdansk, Warsaw, Cracow and Wroclaw. Enjoy the fresh Baltic air, discover the natural beauty of Polish Tuscany and experience pure culture. A journey of discovery not to be missed.

Great Polish Cities



Day 1: Szczecin

The journey takes us to Szczecin, where we explore the city on a guided tour. The old Hanseatic and trading city likes to call itself the “Gate to the Baltic Sea” and is now also called “Paris of the East” due to its spacious, leafy boulevard.

Day 2: Kolobrzeg – Gdansk

After breakfast we drive towards the Baltic Sea to Kolobrzeg, the largest and most famous seaside resort in Poland. Here we see the old cathedral and can stroll along the spa promenade. Then it goes on along the Polish amber coast to Gdansk.

Day 3: Gdansk

History was made in Gdansk. The heart of the old Hanseatic city is the Royal Route, which leads from the Great Gate to the Long Market. Here we see the Arturs Court, the Neptune Fountain and the Imperial City Hall. The St. Mary’s Church is the symbol of the city and the wooden crane gate is also well known in the cityscape. Afterwards we continue to the famous cathedral in Oliwa, where we experience a small organ concert (depending on the event). Then we reach the glamorous seaside resort of Sopot. The longest wooden pier in Europe is located here. Stroll along the famous Monciak promenade, where there are numerous cafes and boutiques.

Day 4: Malbork – Torun – Warsaw

After breakfast, drive to Malbork, the largest castle complex in Europe. Then he goes to Torun, whose old town is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List. We see the Gothic town hall and walk along the picturesque streets. In the evening we reach the capital of Poland – Warsaw.

Day 5: Warsaw

Wilanow is our first position in today’s program. This is the summer residence of the Polish King Jan III. Sobieski. The gardens and parks as well as the palace interiors are especially worth seeing. Then we visit the green lungs of Warsaw – Łazienki Królewskie with a great monument to the famous Polish composer Fryderyk Chopin. We continue our trip along the Royal Route to the old town. In the Castle Square, we can see the Sigismund’s Column and the magnificent Royal Castle. We walk along picturesque alleys and curves to the market square. Here we serve dinner in a rustic restaurant.


Day 6: Kazimierz Dolny – Sandomierz – Cracow

Today we are leaving Warsaw and going south along the Wisla River. First, we stop in Kazimierz Dolny. The town is situated on the Wisla River, with stylish buildings, it resembles an open-air museum. Then we reach Sandomierz. It is one of the most beautiful and oldest cities in Poland, picturesquely situated on a high rock over the Wisla River. In the evening we reach Cracow.

Day 7: Cracow

Royal Krakow, also known as “Florence of the North”, is our destination for today. The city is a real experience and a great mix of art, culture and history. We can see the market square with the Cloth Hall, St. Mary’s Church and the Wawel Hill with the Cathedral. In the afternoon, a visit to the nostalgic, Jewish district of Kazimierz.

Day 8: Wroclaw

After breakfast, drive to Wroclaw. During a city tour, we visit the beautiful market square with a gothic town hall and tenement houses, as well as the cathedral island. Centennial Hall (UNESCO) with a multimedia fountain followed by a tour of the most beautiful baroque hall in Poland – Aula Leopoldina.

Day 9 – Check out in the hotel and travel back to home.

Price: on request – contact with the agency

Price included:

  • Accomodation in hotels 4* (four stars hotels cathegory).
  • Rooms: TWIN double rooms – separate beds, shower/bathroom/WC incl.
  • 1 x overnight stay in Szczecin.
  • 2 x overnight stay in Gdansk.
  • 2 x overnight stay in Warsaw.
  • 2 x overnight stay in Cracow.
  • 1 x overnight stay in Wroclaw.
  • 8 x breakfast bufet.
  • 7 x dinner as a 3-course menu or buffet in the hotels.
  • 1 x dinner in a rustic restaurant in Warsaw.
  • English-speaking tour guide in all cities.
  • City tours in: Szczecin, Gdansk, Sopot, Torun, Warsaw, Kazimierz Dolny, Sandomierz, Cracow and Wroclaw.
  • Visit to the cathedral in Oliva including organ concert (depending on the event).
  • Visit to the pier in Sopot including admission fee.
  • Entrance and guided tour in the Malbork.
  • Admission fee and guided tour of Wilanow Castle in Warsaw.
  • Tourist tax.
  • VAT tax.
  • Insurance.
  • Audio-guide system.

Price not included:

  • Accomodation in other Hotels cathegory – price on request.
  • Own expenses, e.g. souvenirs, tips and others.
  • The cost of renting a bus or coach.
  • Road and parking fees.
  • We can offer a bus or coach rental service – price on request

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