What's better than a quick get-a-way combining charming medieval towns, stunning scenery with delicious local cuisine, baking workshops, and beer tastings? That's pretty much as good as it gets, if you ask us. Polish culture is heavily influenced by spending quality time with friends and family around food. There is even a national holiday dedicated to eating fried doughnuts! Be prepared to have your mind blown, by endless charm of Poland's medieval cities and bring your loose pants so you can properly enjoy this tasty discovery!See more
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.
Let the adventure begin
• Arrival in Warsaw
• Check-in to your hotel
• Explore the Polish capital and its main sights
• Start our route with the visit of the Old Town (UNESCO) and the New Town
• Stroll down cobbled streets from the Royal Castle through the Market Square and Barbican to the New Town and Lazienki Royal park
• Optionally visit the "Warsaw Breakfast Market" (only on weekends, hours: 10-17)
• Transfer to Poznań
• Visit in Mickiewicz Square, the Collegium Maius building, the Opera House...
• and the Mickiewicz University and the magnificent Imperial Castle!
• See the picturesque Srodka district: stop by the Gothic Cathedral on the island of Ostrow Tumski
• Explore the Old Town and participate in a croissant baking workshop
Visit the Ulan brewery, learn the process of beer making and taste the best local beer
The city of a 100 bridges!
• Transfer to Wroclaw
• Visit the 13th century Cathedral of St. Johnthe Baptist
• Continue to Old Town to explore Wroclaw University and the famous Grunwaldzki suspension bridge
• Ascend the “Polish Hill” for a splendid view over the city
• Transfer to Kraków
• Visit the Barbican, Florian's Gate, Market Square, Sukiennice Cloth Hall, St Mary's Church and Town Hall Tower
• Stop at the Archbishop Palace , the former residence of John Paul II
• Visit the Kraków Bagel Museum and learn to bake “obwarzanek” a braided ring-shaped bread
A journey by foot, train, and cable car!
• Take a one-day trip to Zakopane, the gateway to the Carpathian mountain range
• Walk through the village of Chocholow
• Ascend Gubalowka Mountain by railway and cable car
• Stroll through Krupowki, a street known for regional crafts before returning to Kraków
Where are you off to now?
• Transfer to the Kraków airport for departure
• We hope you've enjoyed discovering the many treasures of Poland!
The price reflects this specific tour itinerary and is designed to give you an idea of the budget required for this destination. Throughout the trip-planning process, our local agency will tailor your itinerary around your budget.
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