Magic of Poland
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Discover the magic of Poland rich in fine culture, scenic landscapes and extraordinary historical sites – from chic medieval hot spots like Kraków and Gdańsk to the energetic Warsaw and Wroclaw. Whether exploring the nation’s vibrant cities, the lakes and forests of her picturesque countryside or some of the other tourist attractions in Poland you are sure to bring away rich memories.
- Explore the contrasts of modern-day Warsaw
- Relax by the Baltic Sea in Sopot
- Visit The Auschwitz Concentration Camp
- Raft down the Dunajec River
- Wander the centuries-old streets of Krakow
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Welcome to Poland! Begin your tour in Warsaw, a colorful city with a complex history, that has recently blossomed into a diverse display of restored Gothic architecture and cosmopolitan modernism. Explore the old town, taste the traditional cuisine and the music of the Poland’s greatest composer, Chopin!
Continue through Poland with a trip to the northern, Baltic Sea port city of Gdansk. Breathe in the fresh sea air as you explore the quaint streets and reconstructed facades of mansions. Relax by the beach in picturesque Sopot, learn about the unique Kashubian people, and admire the views of the sparkling sea. Take a day to explore the magnificent town of Torun and learn to make Polish gingerbread.
Take a day to visit the capital of Lower Silesia, Wroclaw. A town nestled on 12 islands in the Odra River, that sports a unique character from years of Bohemian, Austrian, and Prussian influences.
On the way to Zakopane, we will pay a visit to the former Nazi death camp in Auschwitz, and take time to reflect at the poignant museum and memorial that stand on the grounds. Afterwards, we will take in the beautiful natural landscapes and breathtaking views of Zakopane, a resort town situated at the feet of the Tatra Mountains. Explore the unique culture of the mountain-dwelling locals, and raft on the Dunajec River!
Your tour ends in mystical Krakow. According to legend, the city was founded after the defeat of a dragon that lived in its hills. Krakow’s myths and legends linger still in its streets and squares. Walk around the quaint market square, Rynek Glowny. Explore the Wielczka Salt Mines, reaching 135 meters underground and they even have small chapels inside. Celebrate the end of our trip with fabulous local cuisine, and a traditional folk performance!
- 13 nights of accommodation
- 26 meals including Farewell Dinner
- Air-conditioned bus through out itinerary
- Event tickets and entrance fees
- Service of English speaking tour escort
- Meet and greets with local artists, craftsmen & performers
- International airfare
- Meals not specified
- Travel insurance
- Passport and/or visa fees, if required
- Items of a personal nature
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