Kategoria: Turystyka przyjazdowa/ incoming
Kierunek wyjazdu: Polska
Gdańsk. Reception of a group of tourists from the airport. Accommodation in a hotel. Transfer to Sopot. Walk on the pier. Return to the hotel in Gdańsk, dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast buffet. Gdańsk. Sightseeing Westerplatte (a place of the outbreak of the World War II); visiting the Gdańsk Shipyard (the center of the birth of the Solidarity movement), Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers; the Old Town in Gdańsk. Artus Court, the Town Hall, Stary Żuraw. Return to the hotel, dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Trip to Malbork to visit the Castle Museum. A Gothic castle in Malbork built by the Teutonic Knights -XIII-XV centuries (the biggest in Europe medieval castle built with bricks). Drive on a cruise on the Elbląg Canal, on the route Buczyniec – Elbląg. Sailing through the canal, the ship overcomes a height difference of more than 100 m using the 5 slipways and a special trolley, which is transported. Then we will flow into Lake Drużno, a reserve of fauna and flora, where there are about 200 species of birds nesting. The only active, such a hydrotechnical facility on a global scale. Elblag. Accommodation in a hotel, dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Transfer to Frombork, sightseeing of the city guide: an archcathedral XIV century , the Radziejowski tower with the Fucault pendulum depicting the movement of the Earth, a Museum of Nicolaus Copernicus. Return to Elbląg, dinner buffet and overnight. Elbląg by night.
Breakfast Buffet. Transfer to Auschwitz Nazi Camp in Oswiecim – a primary symbol of the Holocaust. It was concentration and extermination camp built and operated by Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany during World War II. The collection of the museum contains original documents, suitcases, shoes and other belongings of murdered prisoners. The camp is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. Arrival to Krakow. Dinner. Accommodation in a hotel and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Visiting the Krakow district – Kazimierz. This district is known as an important place in Jewish history. We will visit the Remuh Synagogue and the Remu cemetery, which are a leaky and unique group of sacred buildings from the 16th century. Until today, Jewish services are regularly celebrated in the Remuh synagogue, it is visited by Jews from all over the world. Then we visit Remuh Kirkut, which is one of the oldest Jewish cemeteries in Europe. The passage to Nowy Square, where you can buy famous casseroles. We will visit the Church of Corpus Christi, founded and founded by King Casimir the Great himself. We will see the Ethnographic Museum. It used to be the town hall and the seat of the city authorities of Kazimierz, its construction began in 1414. We’ll see the church on Skalka, one of the most important churches in Krakow and, perhaps, Poland. In the basement there is crypt of meritorious. Next, the Wawel Hill: an external and internal courtyard. We will enter the Wawel Cathedral, where we will see, among others beautiful interior – the place of coronation of Polish kings, Zygmunt’s Bell, Royal Tombs. Then we will see the famous statue of the Wawel dragon. Then transition, the Royal Route: Matejki Square, Grunwald Monument, Barbican, St. Florian’s Gate, ul. Floriańska, Rynek Krakowski, Town Hall Tower, St. Mary’s Church. Return to the hotel, dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Zakopane, we will visit one of the most recognizable symbols of the city – a chapel in Jaszczurówka (a wooden church from 1908 designed by Witkiewicz). Transfer to the city center, where we will see a complex of 4 ski jumps, including the most famous „Wielka Krokiew” on which the World Cup in ski-jumping is held annually. Entering the cable car to Gubałówka, from where there is a beautiful view of the Tatras, as well as other mountain ranges – Gorce, Pieniny and Beskidy. Accommodation in a hotel, dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Drive through the city, where we will see numerous wooden buildings in the style of Zakopane. Walk the main promenade of the city – Krupówki, the opportunity to buy oscypków, souvenirs, etc. Return to the hotel, dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Arrival to Warsaw. Accommodation in a hotel. Shopping. Dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Visiting the Royal Castle to which we will enter. Built in the 14th century as the residence of the Mazovian Dukes. With the transfer of the residence by Zygmunt III from Cracow, he became the seat of the king and legislative authorities – the Seym, in 1791 the first in EuropeConstitution of May 3rd was enacted. Column of Sigismund III Vasa – the oldest and the highest secular monument in Warsaw erected in 1644. We will visit the Old Town Square, founded at the turn of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. One of the most picturesque corners of the city, which was once the main square of Warsaw – the legend of the Warsaw Syrena. We will see a monument to our most famous poet of the Romanticism era – Adam Mickiewicz – by Cyprian Godebski. On the route of visiting the Presidential Palace, an interesting history of its inhabitants over the centuries. We will stop for a moment at the most famous Bristol hotel in Warsaw, one of the most luxurious hotels in Warsaw, where Jan Kiepura sang from the balcony. Next Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Return to the hotel, dinner buffet and overnight.
Breakfast Buffet. Visiting the Warsaw Uprising Museum – it is a tribute to the residents of Warsaw, for those who fought and died for free Poland in 1944. The museum, housed in the building of the former streetcar power plant, was opened on the 60th anniversary of the outbreak of battles for Warsaw and is one of the most visited museum objects in the capital. The museum wants to reflect the atmosphere of that time, recreate the atmosphere of the uprising Warsaw, show not only the military history of the 63 days of fighting, but also the everyday life of the civilian population. Transfer to the airport. Farewell to the group.
IN PRICE: minibus, hotel accommodation 4/5 * rooms 2-per., board acc. program, guide.
PAID EXTRA: entry tickets
Sopot 8 PLN / per.
Malbork 45 PLN / per + 250 PLN / group – guide in English
Kanał Buczyniec 110 PLN / per
Frombork 26 PLN /per
Auschwitz 560 PLN / group
Kraków 12 PLN / per
Zakopane 24 PLN / per
Warszawa 40 PLN / per + 200 PLN / group – guide in English
together admission tickets around 350 PLN / per ~ around 85 € / per