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See three of the most interesting Polish cities during one trip. Modern Warsaw, bustling Krakow, or maybe romantic Wroclaw? Find out for yourself that you like most of all


Day 1

- Arrival in Warsaw, transfer to hotel

- Visiting the Old Town with a guide. The route includes:

  • Royal Castle (Zamek Krolewski) – former kings ruled Poland from the Castle
  • Warsaw Mermaid (Syrenka Warszawska) - heroine of numerous urban legends
  • Monument to the Little Insurgent (Pomnik Małego Powstanca) - a memorial to the heroic fight of Warsaw residents for freedom

-Welcome dinner with live music

Day 2

- Visit to the observation deck in the most famous Warsaw building - the Palace of Culture

- Lazienkowski Park (Park Lazienkowski) - a beautiful palace, Chopin's monument and charming squirrels await guests

- Transfer to Wroclaw, hotel accommodation

-Wroclaw Beer Trail - a visit to two selected craft breweries combined with tasting the golden drink in which the "beer war" broke out centuries ago

Day 3

-Visiting Wroclaw with a guide. The route includes:

  • Ostrow Tumski – an island with a gothic cathedral and a garden hidden in its shade
  • Market Square (Rynek) – cortical and at the same time one of the largest Old Town squares in the world
  • Centennial Hall (Hala Stulecia) – inscribed on the UNESCO list, after the victory over Napoleon

-Transfer to Krakow , hotel accommodation

Day 4

- Visiting the Old Town with a guide. The route includes:

  • Wawel – a hill with a castle and a cathedral where Polish kings were crowned
  • Market Square (Rynek) – the largest medieval market in Europe surrounded by world-class monuments
  • St. Mary's Church (Koscioł Mariacki) - the church is famous for the bugle call and the amazing altar
  • Collegium Maius – the seat of the oldest Polish university
  • Underground of the Market - a multimedia journey in time allows you to discover the oldest history of Krakow

- Krakow by night – a tour of the most popular clubs in Krakow, fun in a party tram or an old Polish feast in a stylized restaurant

Day 5

- Continuation stay in Krakow. The route includes

  • Kazimierz – charming Jewish quarter
  • Nowa Huta – today a district of Krakow, once a "perfect" socialist city

-Transfer to the airport. Return flight to the country of residence



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