Meet your personal driver at the airport or the train station and travel to a reserved hotel in Warsaw. Rest of the day on your private disposal. We recommended the following activities: viewing terrace on the 31st Floor of the Palace of Culture and Science, museums: Warsaw Uprising, Fryderyk Chopin or the Museum of the History of Polish Jews or visit in Praga district.
After breakfast, you will meet your local guide to start a 3-hour city tour. It includes private transport and the sightseeing of the most interesting places like Old Town, the Royal Route, part of the former Jewish Ghetto and Lazienki Royal Park. After the tour the driver will take you to your hotel or you can stay in centre to enjoy the beautiful city landscape.
Afternoon & evening:
Free time. Overnight in Warsaw.
On the way to Krakow. Visit th old capital of Poland.
Transfer to the central railway station to take the express train to Krakow. After arrival in Krakow our local driver will welcome you at the platform and drive you to the selected hotel.
It’s time to explore the historic city! During 4-hours walking tour around the Old Town you will see: the largest medieval square in Europe, St. Mary’s Basilica with the world’s largest Gothic altar and Barbican Gate. Don’t forget to take some time to walk to Wawel Hill and the castle of the Polish monarchs.
Free time and overnight in Krakow.
UNESCO sites day: Auschwitz-Birkenau & Wieliczka
Travelling to Auschwitz, to visit ex-German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp. Preserved as a memento and a warning, it’s a poignant memorial to the victims of the worst atrocity in the history of humanity. The tour will covered the area of two preserved parts of the camp: Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau, which encompasses post-camp buildings and ruins, including these of gas chambers and crematories.
After visiting Auschwitz, you reach the Wieliczka Salt Mine, an unique city of salt: with churches, chapels, and legendary ventilation, lighting and transportation systems. You can walk down tunnels adorned with amazing sculptures carved in salt or sit back in one of the many chapels with the oldest, 17th century Chapel of St. Anthony and magnificent St. Kinga’s Chapel, a real underground sanctuary with delightful decor.
Return to Krakow in the evening for overnight.
On the way to Wroclaw. Visit the city of bridges.
Meet your local driver after breakfast and get to the railway station to board the express train to Wroclaw. The journey shouldn’t take more than 3,5 hours. After arrival to Wroclaw, welcome meeting with your local driver and transfer to the centrally-located hotel.
Meet the one of our English-speaking guides and enjoy a 3-hour walk around the city, which includes the most important and impressive sites, like: the Old Town with splendid manor houses, busy Market Hall and beautiful Opera building; Ostrow Tumski (the Cathedral Island) with the cathedral of St. John the Baptist’s and the two-storey Gothic Holy Cross Church and University with magnificent Baroque hall of Aula Leopoldina. Your visit will be incomplete without a gem of modernist architecture, the Centennial Hall (Hala Stulecia). Don’t forget to visit this UNESCO monument on your free time!
Free time and overnight in Wroclaw.
Mysterious Silesia Tour (Ksiaz castle - Swidnica - Osowka)
The Mysterious Silesia tour is perfect for everyone who like a magical atmosphere of imposing castles, unique religious architectural structures and uncharted secrets of the Second World War.
During this special tour our professional driver/guide take you to the various Silesian sites: mediaeval castle in Ksiaz, splendid church in Swidnica and impressive underground town Osowka.
Ksiaz (Fuerstenstein in German) is the biggest and most imposing of the Silesian castles, belonging to the same league as Wawel and Malbork. Daily sightseeing tour includes the most beautiful representative rooms and a fragment of a mysterious tunnel constructed by Nazis during the Second World War. The rest of the route leads through the oldest medieval-Renaissance part of the castle with the Hunting Hall, the Knights’ Hall and a small ballroom. After the tour, stay for a while on the castle terraces. The view is incredible!
Next place in your visit is an architectural marble listed a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the largest timber church in Europe, the Church of Peace in Swidnica. It was supposed to be a sign of reconciliation between Roman Catholics and Protestants ending the longest war in the history of Europe. Its characteristic construction is supported on a wooden framework filled with straw and clay briquettes. A modest architectural form contrasts with rich interior – woodcarvings and painted decorations as well as pipe organs constitute outstanding Baroque pieces of art made
by local masters.
The last part of the programme take place in the mysterious Osowka underground complex, the last and the most developed Hitler’s headquarters built in Lower Silesia. Being a part of the „Riese” (Giant in German) undertaking in the Owl Mountains, contains a huge network of concrete corridors, fortifications and chambers, open not only for people interested in the history of II World War.
Return to Wroclaw in late afternoon for overnight.
The end or continuation
Depending on your departure schedule, our driver will take you either to the airport in Wroclaw or to the central railway station. If you plan to continue your Polish adventure, we will be glad to assist with further arrangements.