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Poland in 11 days
Day 1 : Arrival into Warsaw airport
Meet our guide and bus transfer to hotel.
Day 2 : Warsaw
The Warsaw city tour starts with the visit to the historical museum presenting a short film about the history of the capital. Next, guided tour of the Old Town including the Royal Castle and the Royal Way with its monuments. After lunch, relaxing walk in “Lazienki Park”.
Day 3 : Warszawa – Malbork – Gdansk ( 360 km)
Drive to Gdynia. En route visit the famous teutonic fortress in Malbork. Arrival in Gdynia in the late afternoon.
Day 4 : Gdynia – Sopot – Gdańsk (50 km)
Sightseeing tour of the Tri-City: Gdańsk–Sopot–Gdynia. Visit famous Oliva Cathedral and listen to the organ concert. Walk on the pier in Sopot.
Day 5 : Gdynia – Toruń – Gniezno – Poznań ( 350 km)
Morning drive to Poznań. Stop in Toruń and visit its famous old city with churches, cathedral and walls – excellent examples of gothic architecture. After lunch continue to Gniezno – the first Polish capital with the medieval cathedral where the first Polish kings were crowned. Arrival in Poznań.
Day 6 : Poznań – Wrocław (190 km)
Visit the historic centre of Poznań and drive into Wrocław.
Day 7 : Wrocław
Sightseing tour of Wrocław with its most beautiful part on Ostrów Tumski island. Visit Aula Leopoldina – the magnificent University building in baroque architecture. Walk through the old city.
Day 8 : Wrocław – Auschwitz – Kraków (300 km)
Departure for Kraków. En route visit the former concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau.
Day 9: Kraków
Sightseeing tour of the Old Town including The Royal Way with its monuments. Visit the St Mary’s church with the majestic, wooden altar carved by Veit Stoss , and the Medieval cloth halls in the heart of the main square. Tour ends on the Wawel Hill with a guided visit to the Royal Cathedral and the Royal Castle (from outside). After lunch visit the Jewish quarter Kazimierz with entrance to Synagogue Remuh and its small historic graveyard.
Day 10 : Kraków – Wieliczka
Excursion to the nearby, famous worldwide Wieliczka salt mine. Lunch and free afternoon.
Day 11 : Departure
Transfer to the airport