Grand Tour of Poland

Our Grand Tour is the ultimate choice if you wish to discover the best of Poland in 12 days. Enjoy a varied extensive program with many unusual experiences. A thrilling personal insight into Poland, with fantastic landscapes and 1000 years of amazing history.

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Duration 12 days
* extensions available
Availability May, 2017 - Sep, 2018
Departures from Warsaw
Ends in Warsaw
Distances 1950 km / 1209 miles
Group Size Max 25
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Grand Tour of Poland - prices

Tour Date Double occupancy Single occupancy
18/May/2018 - 29/May/20182016 EUR / per person2433 EUR / per person
22/Jun/2018 - 03/Jul/20182016 EUR / per person2433 EUR / per person
13/Jul/2018 - 24/Jul/20182016 EUR / per person2433 EUR / per person
10/Aug/2018 - 21/Aug/20182016 EUR / per person2433 EUR / per person
24/Aug/2018 - 04/Sep/20182016 EUR / per person2433 EUR / per person
28/Sep/2018 - 09/Oct/20182016 EUR / per person2433 EUR / per person
Included in price

  • hotel accommodation as described above or similar
  • transport (air-conditioned high-class motorcoach)
  • experienced driver
  • parking fees
  • professional English-speaking escort guide while on tour
  • 17 diversified meals, including breakfasts and 6 three-course dinner
  • city tours of Warsaw, Gdansk, Krakow, Zakopane and Wroclaw (licenced guides), sightseeing of Gniezno, Malbork Castle, the Jasna Gora Monastery, Wawel Castle, Our Lady’s Church,
  • Auschwitz, Wieliczka Salt Mines, Swidnica Peace Church
  • entrance to private Chopin piano concert
  • cruise on the Ostroda-Elblag Canal
  • organ concert in Gdansk-Oliwa
  • cable car to Mt. Gubalowka
  • highlander show in Zakopane
  • city taxes in Krakow, Sopot and Zakopane
  • information booklet
  • tour organization and travel documents

Not included in price

  • airfare
  • airport transfer
  • lunches and 6 dinners
  • optional gratuity

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Day 1

Arrival

Evening: Meet with your tour leader and a representative from our office. This is followed by a hearty and delicious welcome dinner.

Day 2

Warsaw

Morning: Your full-day tour of the city covers the very best of fascinating Warsaw: the charming Old Town (painstakingly rebuilt from scratch after WW II); the historical Jewish Ghetto area; the vibrant downtown and the elegant Royal Route with the Palace on the Water in the Łazienki Gardens, one of Europe’s finest 18th century royal residences.
Afternoon: The next stop is the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising, widely regarded as the best new museum in Poland, and dedicated to the uprising of 1944, the consequences of which scar and define the city to this day. Alternatively, you can choose to have free time to explore the cobbled lanes of the Old Town and spot the details of restoration on the facades of the historical houses.
Evening: A delicious traditional Polish dinner in a stylish restaurant. We conclude the day with a private piano concert of works by Chopin, a Polish composer-pianist revered worldwide as the greatest master of Romantic music.

Day 3

The Day of Teutonic Knights

Morning: Shortly after an early breakfast, we board our bus and head northwards to the Baltic Sea. We will travel through the Warmia (Ermland) region, stopping in the Ilawa Lake District to visit a marvel of 19th-century German engineering: the Ostroda-Elblag Canal, a system of canals combined with a narrow-gauge railway. Your boat cruise will let you take in the natural and technical wonders of this top Poland attraction.
Afternoon: A tour of Malbork (Marienburg) Castle, a triumph of architecture and one of the biggest medieval castles in Europe. Between 1309-1459, it was the seat of the mighty Order of Teutonic Knights. Today, it is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with meticulously restored interiors such as the great halls, magnificent high towers and even a central heating system.
Evening: Drive to Gdańsk. Check-in to a comfortable hotel. Dinner and overnight stay.

Day 4

Gdansk

Morning: We start in th Old Town of Gdansk, Gdańsk’s past as the richest Polish port city has made it one of the top tourist destinations in Poland. Its Old Town is full of maritime atmosphere and packed with unique Hanseatic-style architecture. Think Amsterdam; tall and slim red-brick waterfront houses. During sightseeing you will see the Old Town, St. Mary’s (the largest Gothic church in Poland), the Neptune Fountain and the Artus Court. After, we take you to Oliwa with a beautiful 13th-century cathedral famous for its set of incredibly complex pipe-organs. After an organ recital, you will have free time in Gdańsk.
Afternoon: On the way to the Old Town, we stop at the famous Gdansk (formerly Lenin) Shipyards, the birthplace of the Solidarity movement led by Lech Walesa.
Evening: Free time. Overnight stay in Gdansk.

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Day 1, Day 2

Sofitel Victoria, Warsaw

00-065 Warsaw, Królewska 11
Sofitel Victoria Warsaw hotel is located in the centre of Warsaw, just off the Saxon Garden park, a few steps from Krakowskie Przedmiescie street (the Royal Route) and the Old Town with the magnificent Royal Castle. A walk to the elegant shopping street of Nowy Świat takes about 15 minutes. Guests of this Sofitel hotel are offered 343 luxurious, air-conditioned rooms with free Internet access. All are equipped with an LCD TV with satellite channels, a telephone, a comfortable work desk and a safe. There is a tea/coffee set and a minibar in each room. The hotel features a heated indoor swimming pool and a gym, available free of charge to hotel guests. A Turkish sauna and a massage parlour are available at an additional fee.
Day 3, Day 4

Hanza, Gdansk

80-888 Gdańsk, Tokarska 6
The Hanza Hotel is situated on a historic bank of the Motlawa river, near the famous Gdansk Crane. Thanks to this our Guests are provided with peace and seclusion on the one hand, but close proximity to the Old City on the other, with its museums, galleries, cinemas, pubs, sights and marina. As the Hanza is well situated, the rooms have a view either over the Motława river or the Old City. In addition, the hotel is equipped with WIFI wireless Internet.
Day 5

Hotel 1231, Torun

87-100 Toruń, Przedzamcze 6
Hotel 1231 is a boutique hotel, in whose interiors modernity is combined with the history of the restored 13th-century Old Mill. Hotel 1231 is located in the center of Torun Old Town in the immediate vicinity of the ruins of the Teutonic Castle, over the Torun Struga. It is just a few steps from the Philadelphia Boulevard.
Day 6, Day 7

Best Western Prima, Wroclaw

50-110 Wroclaw, Kiełbaśnicza 16-19
Situated just a few steps from Wrocław’s Market Square, Best Western Prima Wrocław hotel offers air-conditioned rooms with free Wi-Fi connection and free access to the on-site fitness centre. Conference rooms are also available at the hotel. Best Western Prima Wrocław is located just 200 metres from the lovely Market Square in Wrocław. During their stay, guests can visit numerous monuments in Wrocław, spread around the Market Square and enjoy the great atmosphere of Wrocław in one of the many cafes and pubs.
Day 8, Day 9

Wersal, Zakopane

34-500 Zakopane, Tetmajera 14A
An intimate and stylish hotel in the center of Zakopane (only 300 m from the famous Krupówki street). The excellent location of the hotel meets the expectations of guests planning a mountain trip to the Tatras and looking for numerous attractions of the city. Guests are offered comfortable rooms with free WIFI, a valued hotel restaurant and a café with bar and recreational services. Most of the rooms have balconies and a beautiful view of the Tatras and the hotel garden.
Day 10, Day 11

Columbus, Krakow

31-038 Krakow, Starowiślna 57
Located in Kazimierz, Hotel Columbus offers modern accommodation in comfortable rooms with internet access. In addition, the hotel provides a wide range of additional services and dining facilities. The hotel is located just a few steps from popular restaurants, bars, cafes or Vistula boulevards, a favorite walking place for Cracovians. The hotel is in close proximity to both the Main Market Square and the Wawel Royal Castle.

Details

  • Visit to the Museum of the Warsaw Uprising
  • Private Chopin piano concert
  • Organ concert in Oliwa Cathedral
  • Wonderful cruise on the Elblag canal
  • Former Lenin Shipyards in Gdansk (the place where the Solidarity movement started)
  • Presentation on amber
  • Gingerbread tasting & the Polish leaning tower of Pisa in Torun (Copernicus’ birthplace)
  • Fascinating Church of Peace in Swidnica
  • Less frequently visited Auschwitz II (Birkenau) Holocaust Memorial
  • Highlander show in Zakopane
  • Cable car ride to Mt. Gubalowka
  • Opening of the world’s largest wooden Gothic altar
  • Horse-drawn cart ride across the Old Town in Krakow
  • Tour of the Czestochowa monastery led by a Pauline monk
  • Arrival in Warsaw

The proposed programme is a framework, the order of the visited objects may change.

Unesco world heritage monuments

  • Historic Centre of Warsaw
  • Castle of the Teutonic Order in Malbork
  • Medieval Town of Torun
  • Krakow’s Historic Centre
  • Wieliczka Salt Mine
  • Auschwitz Concentration Camp
  • Church of Peace in Swidnica

National & landscape parks

The Tatra National Park

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