Choose our proposal and come with us on a seven-day trip to Wroclaw-Czestochowa-Cracow-High Tatra Mountains-Giant Mountains.

The Treasures of South Poland excursion is an offer for all those seeking impressions of traveling around the beautiful Polish country.


Tour schedule:

Day 1: Wroclaw.

In the afternoon you reach Wroclaw and see the beauties of the Odra Rivier metropolis on a city tour. Wroclaw City Hall with its astronomical clock is one of the city’s landmarks. The Cathedral Island is considered to be the birthplace of Wroclaw and on the Sand Island you will see St. Mary on the Sand, one of the oldest Gothic churches in Poland.

Day 2: Czestochowa – Royal Cracow

after breakfast you drive to Czestochowa. Here you will get to know the deep Polish religiosity on a guided tour in the Pauline monastery. The Marian pilgrimage site is known for the Black Madonna, to which numerous miracles are attributed. In the evening you will reach Cracow on the upper reaches of the Wisla river.

Day 3: Royal Cracow & Kazimierz Judic Quarter

Today you explore the former royal city of Cracow, one of the most beautiful cities in Eastern Europe, all day with a guide. The highlights of the city tour are the Wawel Heights with the residential palace and coronation church of the Polish kings. The St. Mary Kirche, a Roman Catholic basilica, with its Cracow Great Altar, the largest altar of its kind in Europe, is one of the city’s landmarks and the Cloth Hall on the main market is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the afternoon you will visit the nostalgic Jewish quarter of Kazimierz.

Day 4: High Tatras excursion with Zakopane

On a day trip to the mountains of the High Tatras, the highest part of the Carpathian Mountains, which is under special protection as a national park, you will see Zakopane, the largest winter sports center in the country, on a guided tour. The highest town in Poland is also called the “the winter capital of Poland”. The characteristic wooden architecture of the houses is unique. In the village Chocholow you can see a living building tradition: dozens of inhabited log houses with shingle roofs.

Day 5: Church of Peace in Swidnica – Giant Mountains

after breakfast, head towards the Giant Mountains. In Swidnica you will visit the UNESCO-protected Evangelical Peace Church. It is considered to be the largest half-timbered church in Europe. In the evening you will reach your hotel in the Jelenia Gora area, at the foot of the Giant Mountains.

Day 6: Tour of the Giant Mountains

Greetings from Liczyrzepa: on the tour of the Karkonosze National Park you will visit, among other things, Karpacz, the most important holiday destination in the Polish Karkonosze Mountains. The nearby wooden Wang Church, a medieval Norwegian stave church richly decorated with carvings, is also worth a visit. In Jelenia Gora you can see the town hall with beautiful bourgeoisie and stroll through the picturesque streets of the old town. Then visit The oldest thermal bath in Poland – Cieplice Zdroj. You walk through the well-tended spa park and promenade and see the Shaffgotsh Palace.

Day 7 – 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.
  • 6 x breakfast buffet
  • 6 x dinner as a 3-course menu or buffet
  • City tour of Wroclaw
  • Entry to the Aula Leopoldina
  • Admission & guided tour of the Pauline Monastery in Czestochowa
  • City tour Cracow
  • Entry fee to St. Mary Church with altar by Witt Stwosz
  • Entry fee & guided tour of Wawel Castle
  • Entry fee & guided tour of the Church of Peace in Swidnica (UNESCO)
  • Tour guide for trips to the High Tatras and the Giant Mountains
  • 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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