Day 1. WARSAW
Arrival to Warsaw, meeting at F. Chopin airport, transfer to the hotel, check in, overnight.
Day 2. WARSAW
Morning: Breakfast. Warsaw City Tour among the most popular attractions. The Old Town – included on the UNESCO World Heritage List after reconstruction from the rubble of the war: Market Square – the central place is the Market Square, whose narrow streets lead to medieval defensive walls, Barbican, St. John’s Cathedral; The Royal Square and Royal Castle -the former residence of Polish kings and the seat of the Sejm of the Two Nations Republic (visit inside). Drive through the Royal Route – with superb aristocratic residences and monuments. Visit the Royal Park – a walk in the most beautiful park in Warsaw.
Afternoon: Free time for an individual exploration of the city Overnight in Warsaw.
Day 3. WARSAW – CRACOW (train) (300 km)
Morning: after breakfast check out from the hotel. Transfer to Cracow by train. Accommodation and overnight at the hotel.
Day 4. CRACOW (120 km)
Morning: Breakfast.Cracow City Tour (4 hours), Sightseeing tour among the beauty of the Old Town with its original Medieval street layout, marvelous architecture, and unique atmosphere that distinguishes Krakow from the rest of Poland. As the former capital of Poland, it has a rich history, which is still visible even today. This guided tour constitutes an unrepeatable opportunity to discover some little known historical facts and anecdotes while pacing through the heart of the city. The program comprises the most important monuments and all essential places for the historical development of Cracow throughout the centuries. The trail starts from the alleys of Old Town and goes through the Main Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, the Cloth Hall, the historical complex of Jagiellonian University, Planty park and leads up to the Wawel Hill, guarded by the famous dragon, where you can admire the castle and the Krakow panorama.
Afternoon: Free time for an individual exploration of the city Overnight in Cracow.
Day 5. CRACOW – WIELICZKA – CRACOW (40 km)
Morning: Breakfast. Drive to Wieliczka. Visit the Salt Mine Wieliczka is one of the most popular and amazing place to see in Poland. Tour trail has been opened for visitors at the beginning of 19th century. Few years later Salt Mine Wieliczka was designated as one of the Unesco World Heritage Sites (1978). What can you expect are numerous drifts, galleries, chambers where traces of mining activity has been preserved. Its huge network of underground pits and tunnels. You will see remarkable shrine as the Chapel of St Kinga – a church where completely everything is made of salt. Explore beautiful salt lake in Eram Baracz Chamber. Wieliczka stays as the largest mining heritage museum in the world collecting unique pieces of mining equipment reflecting the development of mining from the Middle Ages until present. Salt Mines are also known for its microclimate, which has a beneficial impact on people who suffer asthma and allergies. Tour is starting with a stairs travel up to 327 meters underground. Whole tour finishes at a depth of 135 meters. Visitors are taken above the ground by a lift.
Afternoon: Free time for an individual exploration of the city
Overnight in Cracow.
Day 6. CRACOW – WARSAW (train) (300 km)
Morning. Breakfast. Check out. Transfer to Warsaw by train. Accommodation at the hotel, free time in Warsaw, overnight.
Day 7. WARSAW
Morning: breakfast at the hotel. Free time in Warsaw. Transfer to the airport. Departure.