Our 12/14-day private tour includes all the highlights of Poland. You will travel by private car. Your English-speaking driver will be at your disposal throughout the entire tour. You will visit all the must-see landmarks with local guides in all the corners of Poland. You will also have free time to relax and explore Poland at your own pace.
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You will see:
Warsaw Old Town
Warsaw Old Town was almost completely destroyed during World War 2 and later rebuilt with great attention to details. Colourful tenements an... [ read more ]
Walking down Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street (Royal Route) you can pass many important sites. In St. Anne’s Church, you can climb up it... [ read more ]
Palace of Culture and Science
Palace of Culture and Science was the highest building in the country for a long time. It is 237 meters high and was recently pushed to the ... [ read more ]
Former Warsaw Ghetto
The Warsaw ghetto existed from November 1940 to May 1943 (when the Ghetto Uprising was put down) in the area of today's Northern Srodmiesc... [ read more ]
Lazienki Royal Park
Lazienki Royal Park consists of the Royal Gardens, that have been existing there since the 18th century, the Frederic Chopin's monument whic... [ read more ]
Gdansk Main City
Main City area includes all the most important must-sees in Gdansk: the Coal Market (Targ Węglowy), the Museum of A... [ read more ]
Artus Court in Gdansk
A former meeting place of merchants and a centre of social life, whose hayday falls into the 16th and 17th century. Nowadays it hosts the Mu... [ read more ]
European Solidarity Centre
European Solidarity Centre, opened in 2014, is located just outside the entrance to the historic Gdansk Shipyard. It is here that ... [ read more ]
Oliwa Cathedral is famous for its old organes and 18th-century park with lakes and old exotic trees. Inside the Cathedral you can ... [ read more ]
Malbork is a town in the Vistula delta, founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order. It is known for its medieval castle, bu... [ read more ]
The pier was built as a mooring point for cruise boats and opened in 1827. It is the longest wooden pier in Europe with a length of 511.5m. ... [ read more ]
The beautiful three-masted frigate 'Dar Pomorza' (Gift of Pomerania), also called the White Frigate. It now houses a museum with exhibi... [ read more ]
Torun Old Town
Torun main square is the heart of the city. In its center you will find a Gothic Town Hall, which houses the town museum. Inside y... [ read more ]
Monument of Nicolaus Copernicus
Nicolaus Copernicus - a famous astronomer who formulated a heliocentric model of the universe or, in other words, “stopped the Sun and... [ read more ]
A fully reconstructed settlement from Bronze Age dating back 750 B.C. One of the oldest archeological sites in Poland – nowadays... [ read more ]
The Cathedral is famous for the romanesque Gniezno Doors portraying the life of st. Adalbert – the saint patron of Poland. ... [ read more ]
Poznan Old Town
Poznan Main Square is one of the most picturesque market squares in Poland. The colorful townhouses create a fairytale atmosphere.... [ read more ]
Poznan Town Hall
Located right in the middle of the Main Square, Poznan Town Hall is a 16th century renaissance masterpiece. Today it houses Museum of Histor... [ read more ]
The Neo-Romanesque palace served as the provincial residence of Kaiser Wilhelm II. Built in the first decade of the 20th century, it is the ... [ read more ]
Monument of the June 56’ Protest Victims (Poznan Crosses)
In Adam Mickiewicz Square you can observe how different phases of the history interweave just in one place. You will see the Monument of the... [ read more ]
Jasna Gora monastery
The famous Pauline Monastery of Jasna Gora is the main Catholic centre in Poland. Every August, thousands of people join... [ read more ]
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial & Museum
Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial & Museum is the former Nazi concentration and extermination camp. It was intended to carry out Hitler's Endl... [ read more ]
Family House of John Paul II
John Paul II's family home has been converted into a museum. Inside the house 'where it all began' you may see a rich collection of his fami... [ read more ]
Dunajec River Gorge
The Dunajec River Gorge is undeniably one of the most scenic river rafting routes in Europe. You will find yourself in the middle the P... [ read more ]
Tatra mountains – the highest mountain range of Carpathians. Tatra National Park is the most frequently visited national park in ... [ read more ]
In Zakopane you must take a ride by the funicular railway to the top of Gubalowka Hill(1,126 m). From the high altitude,... [ read more ]
Wielka Krokiew Ski Jump
Zakopane is considered one of Poland’s main centres of winter sports. Many skiing slopes attract ski-lovers from all over the country.... [ read more ]
On Krupowki, Zakopane’s most famous street, you will find local shops and stalls with products from the mountainous Podhale regio... [ read more ]
Wieliczka Salt Mine
Wieliczka Salt Mine, also known as the Krakow Salt Mine is a 'must' when you visit Poland! It is a world-class, Unesco-listed underground la... [ read more ]
The former enamel factory is now a home to the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. The museum presents life of the Jews in the 20th cen... [ read more ]
Krakow Old Town
Krakow Old Town offers a unique atmosphere with thousands of bars and delightful regional restaurants, many historic buildings, and horse-dr... [ read more ]
Wawel Hill, with the Cathedral and the Royal Castle, is the most picturesque and recognizable landmark in Krakow. S... [ read more ]
Kazimierz Jewish District
Kazimierz is a fascinating historical district tied closely with the Jewish culture. It was built in 1335 by Kazimierz Wielki (in fact that'... [ read more ]
Warsaw – Gdansk – Malbork – Torun – Gniezno – Poznan – Czestochowa – Auschwitz – Wadowice – Niedzica – Zakopane – Wieliczka – Krakow – Zalipie – Sandomierz – Kazimierz Dolny – Warsaw
Morning arrival at Warsaw Chopin Airport or Warsaw Central Railway Station. Transfer to your hotel. In the afternoon, a half-day private Warsaw city tour. You will explore the modern capital of Poland impressively rebuilt after World War II, the seat of the Polish government since the 16th century, the business, the political and cultural heart of Poland. The tour includes all the must-sees of Warsaw: the Old Town with the Royal Castle and the Warsaw Mermaid, the Royal Route with the Presidential Palace and the University of Warsaw, the Lazienki Royal Park with the Chopin Monument. You will see also the former Jewish district with remains of the ghetto wall, the Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944, and the Palace of Culture and Science. After the tour, free time at your disposal or an optional Chopin piano concert performed by one of the most talented Polish musicians. Afterward, a traditional Polish food tasting in one of the best restaurants in the Old Town. An optional Polish folk dance show.
Overnight in Warsaw.
After breakfast, a departure from Warsaw. Transfer to Gdansk – Poland’s principal seaport located at the Baltic coast, a former member of Hanseatic League, the capital of amber and the birthplace of “Solidarity” trade union, which played a major role in bringing an end to communism. Half-day private Gdansk city tour. The program includes top sites in the Main City: the Long Market, the Neptun’s Fountain, the Artus Court, St. Mary’s Basilica, Zuraw Gdanski, and others. Afterward, transfer to the European Solidarity Centre connected with the history of Polish resistance against communism. Finally, visit at the gothic Oliva Cathedral where you will listen to the organ concert.
Overnight in Gdansk.
Half-day tour to Malbork castle. This medieval stronghold built in the 13th century by the Knights of the Teutonic Order is the biggest castle in the world! The castle complex is considered an outstanding example of defense architecture and is listed on UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.
After the visit to Malbork castle, transfer back to the seaside. Time at leisure in Sopot – the most popular summer resort in Poland with the longest wooden pier in Europe. Alternatively, visit to Gdynia – a port town where you can see famous Polish ships.
Overnight in Gdansk.
Departure from Gdansk and transfer to Torun, the city of Nicolaus Copernicus and the best gingerbread in the world. One of the oldest cities in Poland, an outstanding example of a medieval gothic town, a UNESCO heritage site, called one of Seven Wonders of Poland. Private Torun city tour. The program includes the gothic Old Town, Monument of Nicolaus Copernicus, the Town Hall, gothic churches, the New Town, and The Nicolaus Copernicus’ House.
Overnight in Torun.
After breakfast, a departure from Torun. Transfer to Biskupin and visit at one of the oldest archeological sites in Poland – nowadays an open-air museum. You will see a fully reconstructed settlement from Bronze Age dating back 750 B.C. Next, drive to Gniezno – the first capital of Poland. You will see the Cathedral with the famous romanesque Gniezno Doors portraying the life of st. Adalbert – the saint patron of Poland. There will also be some time to explore the city on your own.
Afterward, transfer to Poznan. Overnight in Poznan.
After breakfast, a half-day private Poznan city tour. You will see the highlights of the bustling business and cultural center of the Wielkopolska Region. The program includes: the Old Town with the impressive Town Hall, the Imperial Castle, Adam Mickiewicz Square Monument of the June 56’ Protest Victims and the country’s oldest cathedral with the tombs of the first Polish rulers.
In the afternoon, a departure from Poznan and transfer to Czestochowa. You will be able to celebrate an evening mass at the Jasna Gora Monastery. Overnight in Czestochowa.
After breakfast, a visit to the famous Pauline Monastery of Jasna Gora. It is the main Catholic center in Poland. Every August, thousands of people join walking pilgrimages to Jasna Gora to pray in front of the famous Black Madonna painting – one of the most recognizable sacred images in Poland. The monastery is also home to votive objects connected to Saint John Paul II, e.g. a part of the cassock stained with blood with a hole after the assassination attempt in 1981. The Pope himself visited this sacred place many times. In 1991, Jasna Gora was the venue for World Youth Day.
After the visit to Jasna Gora Monastery, transfer to Auschwitz Nazi Camp – a primary symbol of the Holocaust. It was a concentration and extermination camp built and operated by the Third Reich in Polish areas annexed by Nazi Germany. The museum exhibition contains original documents, suitcases, shoes, and other belongings of murdered prisoners. Then, a ride to Birkenau camp, which functioned as a war camp, extermination camp and place from which people were sent to labor in Nazi Germany. More than 90 percent of prisoners, mostly Jews, were killed there. Birkenau was mainly destroyed by the retreating Germans. Both camps are inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Transfer to the hotel in Oswiecim.
After breakfast, transfer to Wadowice – the hometown of Karol Wojtyla (Pope John Paul II). You will visit his family home, later converted into a museum and the Basilica of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. After sightseeing, you will taste the famous “kremowka”(cream puff cakes), the favorite cake of young Karol. Next, you will visit the Pieniny National Park, where you will join the rafting on the Dunajec River. You will enjoy a view of the two beautiful castles of Niedzica and Czorsztyn and you will enter the deep gorge, surrounded by white limestone peaks.
After the river rafting, transfer to Zakopane. Overnight in Zakopane.
After breakfast, Zakopane city tour. You will visit the main sights of “the winter capital of Poland” located at the foothill of the Tatra Mountains. You will see Wielka Krokiew Ski Jump, the best examples of wooden architecture characteristic of the Zakopane region, the oldest cemetery in Zakopane, and others. Next, a ride to Gubalowka Hill by funicular railway. From this viewing point, you will admire the panorama of the High Tatras. In the afternoon, you will have a free afternoon for shopping in the famous Krupowki street full of hand-made, regional products and for trying out the local cuisine, including the traditional oscypek cheese made of salted sheep milk. Instead, you can set out for a 2-hour walk in one of the valleys of the Tatra National Park with our guide.
Overnight in Zakopane.
Departure from Zakopane and transfer to Wieliczka Salt Mine, a world-famous UNESCO site. It is visited by more than 1 million tourists each year. It was built in the 13th century and produced table salt continuously until 1996. In the depth of 135 meters underground and during a trip through almost 3 kilometers of meandering corridors you will see chambers chiseled out in rock salt, saline lakes inside, timber constructions and unique salt sculptures. You will also enter the only underground church in Europe.
Next, transfer to Krakow with a stop at the former Oskar Schindler’s Factory, now home to the Historical Museum of the City of Krakow. Overnight in Krakow.
After breakfast, a half-day private Krakow city tour. Krakow is the most popular tourist destination in Poland. It was the capital of Poland until the 16th century, now it is called “the city of kings”. The program includes: the Main Market Square, Saint Mary’s Basilica, Krakow Barbican, Collegium Maius courtyard (the oldest part of the Jagiellonian University) and shopping time in Sukiennice (Krakow Cloth Hall) – once a major center of international trade. Afterward, a visit at the Wawel Hill with the Cathedral, the Royal Castle and the legendary Wawel Dragon. Then, you will walk in the former Jewish district – Kazimierz, where you will see the most important places connected with Jewish history and culture, for example, the historic synagogues. In the evening, dinner with Jewish Klezmer music in a restaurant in Kazimierz.
Overnight in Krakow.
Transfer to Warsaw Chopin airport or extension of the tour.
Day 12 (extention)
You can prolong the tour and move on to the city of Sandomierz in Central Poland. On the way there you will stop in Zalipie – famous as the “painted village” because of its colorfully painted cottages, barns, walls, fences and kennels. You will visit a small museum, located in the old house, painted in- and outside, with colorful, decorative patterns. A local guide (the resident of the village) will tell you about local folklore traditions and will describe life in the Polish village hundred years ago.
Next, you will follow the Vistula river valley till you reach Sandomierz. In the afternoon, Sandomierz city tour. This charming town at the Vistula River is a fine example of Renaissance architecture. The program includes a walk through the streets of the Old Town, a visit to the Sandomierz Royal Castle and the Underground Tourist Route.
Overnight in Sandomierz.
Day 13 (extension)
Departure from Sandomierz and drive to a nearby town of Kazimierz Dolny. Situated by the Vistula river and surrounded by local vineyards, loess ravines and forests, it is considered one of the most picturesque towns in Poland. The program includes the Old Town, the Goldsmith Museum and the Franciscan Monastery, famous for its picturesque view of the city. A 1-hour tourist cruise along the Vistula river will end your tour of Kazimierz Dolny region.
In the afternoon, a direct transfer to Warsaw. In the evening, farewell dinner in one of the best restaurants in Warsaw.
Overnight in Warsaw.
Day 14 (extension)
Check-out from the hotel and transfer to Warsaw Chopin Airport, according to your flight schedule.
per person in a twin/double room – 8 people
per person in a twin/double/triple room – 7 people
per person in a twin/double room – 6 people
per person in a twin/double and triple room – 5 people
per person in a twin/double room – 4 people
per person in a triple room – 3 people
per person in a twin/double room – 2 people
per person in a single room – 1 person
Prices for groups of more than 8 people are quoted on request.
Price applies for 12-day option. The extended, 14-day option is quoted on request.
- Accomodation: 11 nights in 3* and 4* hotels in double, twin or triple rooms
- Airport transfers
- Private transportation by car/minibus/bus (depending on the number of people) throughout the entire tour
- English-speaking driver (tour leader)
- Meals: Breakfasts in hotels, 1x dinner in a form of Polish food tasting in a restaurant in Warsaw, 1 x dinner (starter, main course, dessert, water) with Jewish Klemzer music show in Krakow
- Private local guides in the cities included in the program
- Group guided tours in Auschwitz-Birkenau and Wieliczka Salt Mine
- Self-guided tour with audioguide in Malbork castle
- Entrance fees to: Viewing Terrace on the top floor of the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, Artus Court in Gdansk, organ concert in Oliwa Cathedral, Malbork castle, The Nicolaus Copernicus’ House in Torun, Biskupin archaeological museum, vaults in the Poznan Cathedral, Jasna Gora Monastery, Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial & Museum, John Paul II Family Home Museum, rafting on the Dunajec river, funicular railway to the Gubalowka Hill in Zakopane, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Schindler’s Factory, St. Mary’s Basilica in Krakow
- Single room supplement – 480EUR
- Chopin piano concert in Warsaw – 20EUR per person
- Polish folk dance show during food tasting in Warsaw (30 minutes) – 390EUR per group
- Upgrade to 5* hotels – quoted on request
- Extention of the tour to 14 days – quoted on request
- Tours around Poland can be linked with any other neighbouring country – Germany (Berlin), Czech Republic (Prague), Slovakia (Bratislava), Austria (Vienna), and Hungary (Budapest). To be quoted on request.
Accommodation with breakfast in 3* and 4* hotels. Exemplary hotels:
Warsaw – Novotel Centrum 4* / Polonia Palace 4*
Gdansk – Mercure Stare Miasto 4* / Bonum 3*
Torun – Mercure Centrum 4* / Bulwar 4*
Poznan – Puro 4*
Czestochowa – Patria 3*
Oswiecim – Galicja 3*
Krakow – Best Western Old Town 3* / Wielopole 3*
Zakopane – Kasprowy 3* / Belvedere 4*
Sandomierz – Sarmata 3*
Skoda Superb Limousine
1 - 3 passengers
Included in the price
Skoda Superb Limousine
1 - 3 passengers
1 - 7 passengers
+ 300 EUR
Mercedes Vito + 300 EUR
1 - 7 passengers
individually regulated backrests of each seat, more space
+ 500 EUR
Mercedes V-class + 500 EUR
- luxurious option, diplomatic standard
- leather seats, backrest regulation, comfortable suspension
- ambient lighting system inside
- the most leg space
- soft drinks
Included in the price
For security reasons maximum size of backpacks or handbags brought into the Auschwitz museum cannot exceed dimensions: 30x20x10 cm. Please leave your bags in the car.
You need to go down 800 steps in the Wieliczka Salt Mine. In the beginning, you have to take 350 of them in order to get to the mine. Wear comfortable shoes. In case you have walking difficulties you can join a group for disabled tourists so that you avoid the steps (though you visit fewer chambers).
Please bring warm clothes for Wieliczka Salt Mine. The temperature underground ranges between 14° and 16° C.
You will be assisted by tour leader and driver (the same person) for the group up to 8 people.
If the group is bigger than 8 people, you will be assisted by tour leader and driver (2 persons).
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