Arrival to Warsaw
Arrive to Warsaw. Meeting with a driver and transfer to your hotel. Free rest of the day.
Warsaw sightseeing (3 hours)
Meet with one of the best local guides and explore such highlights as The Old Town (the Castle Square – St John’s Cathedral – the Old Town Market Square – the Barbican), the Royal Palace on the Water (Lazienki and the Frederic Chopin Monument), the Royal Route and the former wartime Jewish Ghetto (the Umschlag Platz, the Museum of Polish Jews). Discover Praga, the most authentic Warsaw area, nowadays becoming famous as an artistic district. Compare it with the business downtown and the area around the House of Parliament.
On the way to Krakow. Czestochowa tour (8 hours)
In the morning continue to Krakow with a stop in Czestochowa.
The Monastery of Jasna Gora is home of the miraculous “Black Madonna” painted icon. The mysterious image helped to make Czestochowa one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in the world, right after Rome, Lourdes and Fatima. The tour includes the Miraculous Picture Chapel and the Basilica, the 600th-Anniversary Museum, the Arsenal and the Treasury.
Arrive to Krakow in late afternoon.
Krakow sightseeing (4hours)
One of the most professional local guides will take you around the magical Old Town: up to the Castle and Cathedral on the Wawel hill. Following the Royal Route, you will see the ancient Jagiellonian university areas and walk through the largest mediaeval square in Europe. While there, stop to visit the oldest shopping mall, the Sukiennice, and the Church of the Virgin Mary (with the magnificent Gothic wooden altar by Wit Stwosz). The tour finishes at the fortified city walls beside the Barbican Gate.