Individual arrivals to hotel.
Evening: Meeting at the hotel’s lobby with tourguide and office representative. This will be continue by a delicious welcome dinner.
Overnight in Warsaw.
Warsaw - the city that never sleeps
Morning: Walking city tour with the best of fascinating Warsaw: the Old Town almost completely rebuilt after the destruction of World War II; the area of the former Jewish ghetto; the living city centre and the stylish Royal Route connected with the Lazienki Royal Gardens and its Palace on the Water, the former residence of the Polish King Stanislaw August Poniatowski.
Afternoon: Visit the Polish Vodka Museum, a brand new place devoted to Polish vodka, a national tradition of more than 500 years and one of our best-known product exports. During the tour you will listen the fascinating story of its production, expansion and consumption. The theoretical part of the tour ends with tasting of three types of vodka at a local restaurant.
Evening: A classic Polish dinner in one of the best restaurants located in the Old Town area. We will finish this day with an exclusive piano concert with a music of Frederic Chopin, the best known Polish composer and pianist of 19th century who made an incredible impact on the music world.
Overnight in Warsaw.
Great Masurian Lakes
Morning: Travelling to Masuria, a region in northern Poland famous for impressive natural beauty with almost 3,000 lakes, dense forests, organic farms and charming resort towns. The first attraction of the trip will be a stop at the Krutynia river to enjoy a traditional boat trip through one of the most spectacular nature landscapes in Poland.
Afternoon: Arrive to Gizycko, the biggest yacht harbor in Masurian area. During free time don’t forget to look at a former Prussian Boyen Fortress, Water Tower, the unusual swing bridge and charming historic houses.
Evening: Dinner and overnight stay in the 14th-century Teutonic castle converted into an elegant hotel.
Gierloz & Swieta Lipka
Morning: Our sightseeing starts in the heart of the Masurian forests where was Adolf Hitler’s first Eastern Front military headquarters in World War II. Wolf’s Lair was also the site of the famous assassination attempt in 1944 as a part of Operation Valkyrie, a covert plan to take control in the German Reich following Hitler’s death.
Afternoon: Our next step is Swieta Lipka, known from the Sanctuary of St. Mary, an important pilgrimage shrine, a masterpiece of Baroque architecture.
Evening: Free time. Second overnight stay in Gizycko.