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Poland Two Capitals - Krakow and Warsaw

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Western Europe move over! It is time for Poland and its neighbors to step into the limelight. Since joining the EU, Polish tourism has experienced a significant boom helping with building new roads, replacing old infrastructure and allowing the country to better connect with the rest of the world. With its rich history, lively colorful cities, warm hospitality and delicious food you may&...

Western Europe move over! It is time for Poland and its neighbors to step into the limelight. Since joining the EU, Polish tourism has experienced a significant boom helping with building new roads, replacing old infrastructure and allowing the country to better connect with the rest of the world. With its rich history, lively colorful cities, warm hospitality and delicious food you may be tempted to extend your stay. During these 7 days, discover Poland's two most significant cities and the countryside connecting them.

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Tour itinerary includes
  • City
    City
  • Local culture
    Local culture
  • Sightseeing
    Sightseeing
  • Food and drink
    Food and drink
  • Local cuisine
    Local cuisine

Customisable trip itinerary

This tour idea is fully customisable

The itinerary has been created by our local agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.

Day 1: Welcome to Poland!

• Arrival at Warsaw Airport
• Transfer to your hotel for check-in
• Rest of the evening free to settle in

Visited:
Warsaw

Day 2: Private Warsaw City Tour

• Begin with a private city tour (4h)
• Visit the Old Town, a UNESCO World Heritage site, the Krasiński Palace, the Supreme Court and the Warsaw Uprising monument
• Continue to Łazienki Royal Park and the Frederic Chopin monument
• Spend the remainder of the afternoon relaxing  in the beautiful rose garden 

Visited:
Warsaw

Day 3: Free Day to Explore

• Enjoy a day of free exploration
• Wander down the narrow cobbled streets of charming Old Town
• Sample traditional Polish cuisine and desserts 
• Warsaw is home to some of the best museums and entertainment in the country!

Visited:
Warsaw

Day 4: Kraków Old Town Tour

Catch a train to Krakow (2h40) and transfer to your hotel
• Enjoy a private tour of Kraków Old Town (4h)
• Visit the Market Square with Sukiennice Cloth Hall,St Mary's Church and Town Hall Tower
• Pass by the Jagiellonian University and Archbishop's Palace to reach Wawel Hill

Visited:
Krakow

Day 5: Concentration ​Camp Museum

A day you will never forget...


• Embark on a private tour of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration and extermination camp museum (6h)
• As this is often an emotional day, it may be best to leave your evening free


Day 6: Free Day

• Spend the day as you wish, or if you’ like our local agency can great recommendations to help you make the most of this day
• Optional tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine, the most beautiful and the oldest operating salt mine in the world and a UNESCO World Heritage site

Visited:
Krakow

Day 7: Departure

• Depending on the time of your flight, you may have time to explore the city a bit more
• Transfer to the airport for departure

Visited:
Krakow

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