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A route that will allow you to get to know all the most interesting cities in Poland. Each of them lies in a different region, each shaped a different story, and thus, it is impossible to get bored on a trip! Metropolitan, evening entertainment is an additional attraction


Day 1:

- Flight arrival to Gdansk

- Tour of Gdansk – the largest city on the Polish coast.

  • Dlugi Targ, the heart of the city leading to the old port, surrounded by beautiful tenement houses
  • St. Mary's Basilica, the largest Gothic building in Gdansk. Admiring the unique panorama of the Baltic Sea from the observation tower
  • Cruise by water tram on Westerplatte - a symbolic place of the outbreak of World War II

- Welcome dinner with live music, consisting of specialties of the local cuisine, sea fish in the main role

Day 2:

- Transfer to Poznan

- Poznan – one of the largest and oldest cities in Poland, historically related to Piasts, the first ruling dynasty. The route includes:

  • The old market squere - famous for its Renaissance town hall and charming tenement houses
  • Imperial Castle - a reminder of the times when Poznań belonged to the Second German Reich
  • Cathedral - beautifully located on the island, probably the place of the baptism of Poland

- Transfer to Wroclaw

Day 3:
- Guided tour of Wroclaw. On the route, among others:

  • Ostrow Tumski - island with a Gothic cathedral and a garden hidden in its shade
  • Market - a historic square surrounded by colorful tenements, with two town halls
  • Centennial Hall - the greatest work of Wrocław modernism, a UNESCO heritage site

- Transfer to Krakow

- Old Polish feast in a restaurant stylized as a medieval tavern. There will be neither a traditional food nor a drink!

Day 4:

- Krakow – the second largest city of Poland, once the capital. It was here that almost all the kings
of the former Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth were crowned. On the route, among others:

  • Wawel - a hill with a royal castle and a monumental cathedral
  • Market - the largest medieval square in Europe
  • Underground of the Market - a multimedia journey in time allows you to discover the oldest history of Krakow

- Transfer to Warsaw

- Evening cruise on the Vistula with refreshments on board

Day 5:
- Warszawa
– at the end of the trip, the capital. A city with a rich, but unfortunately abundant history

On the route, among others:

  • Royal Castle - the former seat of the kings of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth
  • Warsaw Mermaid - a monument to the heroine of the legend about the creation of the city
  • Monument of the Little Insurgent - a memorial of the struggle of Warsaw residents for freedom during the II WW

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



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Lodowa 31/1
60-227 Poznan
+48 530 767 776

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