Arrival to Warsaw
Welcome meeting at the airport or the train station with our driver who will take you to the selected centrally located hotel in Warsaw. Rest of the day free for leisure. Recommended 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
Enjoy 6-hour introductory Warsaw tour. All of the transfers are included in the price.
Morning: you will see the highlights of the city, starting from the Old Town, carefully rebuilt after the II World War, with its market square, St. John’s Cathedral and the Royal Castle. Then we you will see the Lazienki Royal Park with the Palace on the Water.
Afternoon: you will go to the church of St. Stanislaus Kostka – where the tomb of the beatified Jerzy Popieluszko is located, later on, a visit to a museum dedicated to Jerzy Popieluszko, a Polish Catholic priest, associated with the Solidarność movement. Popiełuszko was declared beatified on June 6 in 2010 during a ceremony held on Pilsudski Square in Warsaw. Thanks to the visit to the museum you will know the history of Popiełuszko’s life.
Evening: free time.
Warsaw - Krakow
Morning: We’ll arrange a transfer to the railway station, where you will board the express train to Cracow. The journey shouldn’t take more than 3 hours. In Cracow our local driver will welcome you at the arrival platform and transfer you to the hotel.
Afternoon: Our local driver will pick you up from the station and take you to the hotel. Later on, you will meet our local Cracow guide at the lobby of the hotel. You will have a 4-hour guided tour to explore intriguing and magical Old Town of Cracow. You will see, among others, the biggest medieval square in Europe and the gothic altar in the splendid St. Mary’s Basilica. You will take some time to walk the cobbled streets of the Old Town along the ceremonial route to the Wawel Hill and the castle of the Polish monarchs.at the end of the tour, a visit to the Archdiocesan Museum. The Archdiocesan Museum displays a collection of sacral works of art, often withdrawn from worship, from the 14th to the 18th century. The museum’s objective is to hold on permanent display and make visitors familiar with the artistic legacy of the Cracow bishopric.
Evening: Free time
Krakow - Czestochowa - Krakow
Afternoon: Return to Krakow.
Evening: Free time