Polish mosaic 12 days, 11 nights

We recommend this tour for those who want to discover Poland, the historic cities, gems of the UNESCO Heritage, culture, tasty cuisine and unspoiled nature.


Day 1. Warsaw

Arrival in Warsaw Okęcie Airport. Meeting with your tour guide and transfer to hotel. Time to rest and unpack. Next city tour of Warsaw including the Old Town, Royal Route, Royal Castle and other tourist attrractions. In the afternoon walking tour of the Royal Łazienki Park followed by Chopin music concert with a glass of champagne. Welcome dinner at one of excellent local restaurants. 

Day 2. Warsaw - Mikołajki

After breakfast departure for Masurian Lakes. En route stop in Żelazowa Wola, the birthplace of Frederick Chopin and visit the manor house, where the great pianist and composer was born. Then transfer to Brochów, to visit beatiful church - the place of Chopin baptism. Lunch at a local restaurant. Later transfer to Miko?ajki, the most popular yacht port and sailor's village at the Masurian Lakes. In the evening a bonfire party with folk music and additional attractions.

Day 3. Masurian Lakeland

All day sightseeing of the Masurian Lakes - the land of thousands lakes. The tour features the bishops' castles in Lidzbark Warminski and Reszel, remnants of the former Hitler's headquarter in K?trzyn, one of the most beautiful Baroque basilicas in ?wi?ta Lipka and many other tourist attractions. In the evening romantic cruise by ship, including dinner on the board.

Day 4. Mikołajki - Malbork - Gdansk

In the morning departure for Gda?sk. En route stop in Malbork, to visit the famous Medieval castle, the former seat of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order. This biggest structure of that type in Medieval Europe was registered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After arrival to Gdansk, check-in at one of the hotels, located near the Old Town. In the evening stroll in the Old Town area, followed by a dinner with Kashubian folk show at one of excellent local restaurants.

Day 5. Gdańsk / Tricity

After breakfast enjoy a cruise by ship to Gdynia. After the cruise, sightseeing of the Tricity including Sopot with its impressive wooden pier, Oliwa Cathedral, including organ music concert, and Gda?sk Old Town. Lunch at a local restaurant. In the evening free time for shopping of local souvenirs.

Day 6. Gdańsk - Toruń

Morning departure for Kaszuby - the land of green woods, clear lakes scattered admist post-glacial hills and unique culture famous for its folk art , specially for handicrafts. Stop in Wdzydze Kiszewskie to admire the open-air etnographic park. After lunch at a local restaurant transfer to Toru? - the capital of Polish Gothic and the birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus. In the evening walking tour of the Old Town area. Dinner at one of the local restaurants, with honey and gingerbread degustation. 

Day 7. Toruń - Poznań

After breakfast departure for Pozna?. En route visit Biskupin, the pre-slavonic fortified lake village built around 700-800 years BC and Gniezno, the cradle of Polish statehood. Arrival to Pozna? and lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon walking tour of the Old Town area with a beautiful Town Hall and unique Museum of Musical Instruments, housing the largest collection of old instruments in Europe. Dinner at one of the local restaurants situated in the Market Square.

Day 8. Poznań - Wroclaw – Lower Silesia / Castle 

Transfer to Wrocław - the capital of Lower Silesia. Then private tour of Wroc?aw Old Town with a local guide. In the afternoon drive to beautiful valley of palaces and gardes of Jelenia Gora region. Accommodation at one of palaces or small castles of this area. Time for relax in beautiful castle and its surroundings. Candlelight dinner at elegant castle’s restaurant.

Day 9. Lower Silesia - Kraków

After breakfast, drive to Krakow. En route stop in O?wi?cim and visit the infamous Nazi concentrartion camp of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Lunch at a local restaurant. After arrival to Krakow, check-in at one of comfortable hotels located in the Old Town area. In the evening transfer to the former Jewish district of Kazimierz. Dinner with klezmer musi entertainment at one of the local Jewish style restaurants.

Day 10. Kraków

Private half-day tour of Krakow, including Wawel Hill with Royal Castle and Cathedral, Royal Route, Old Market Square with St. Mary's Church, Cloth Hall and many other sites. Lunch at a local restaurant. Afternoon free or optional excursion to Wieliczka, to visit the 700-year old Salt Mine. In the evening dinner at a local restaurant with old-Polish style cuisine.

Day 11. Kraków - Dunajec river gorge - Krakow

All day excursion to the Pieniny Mountain National Park for a relaxing trip on wooden rafts through the breathtaking Dunajec Gorge. Before drive back to Krakow, stop in the charming spa town of Szczawnica and, after that, tour of the beautiful Niedzica Castle, perched on a steep rock overlooking a mountain lake. In the afternoon transfer back to Krakow. Dinner at a hotel.

Day 12. Kraków - Warsaw

Transfer to Balice Airport in Krakow and flight to Warsaw. After arrival, visit the beautiful Wilanów Palace - the former summer residence of King Jan III Sobieski. Then transfer to the Old Town. Late farewell lunch at a local restaurant. Transfer to the Ok?cie Airport and flight home.