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Sopot Pier during Treasures of Poland group tour 11-day group tour of Treasures of Poland Wieliczka salt mine during Treasures of Poland group tour Tatra mountains in 11-day group tour Treasures of Poland 11-day group tour

Discover best Polish must-sees from north to south! You will have a unique chance to see the Tatra mountains and the Baltic Sea during one trip! Other Polish treasures, such as Jasna Gora monastery with Black Madonna, Wawel Hill, Wieliczka Salt Mine or Nicolaus Copernicus' House are waiting for you!

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Garey57  posted 2019-07-05 on TripAdvisor

A great travel agency  

AB Poland worked with me to completely customize my three days in Poland and make the most of my time. They answered all of my questions, made great suggestions and built the perfect itinerary all at reasonable enough prices. Plus, my guides Jacek in Warsaw and Kinga in Krakow were knowledgeable and friendly hosts, making conversation easy. Have nothing bad to say at all. I would highly recommend AB Poland.


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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 ]

Royal Castle in Warsaw

Royal Castle – the pride of Warsaw completely rebuilt after its destruction during World War 2. As a part of the Warsaw Old ... [ read more ]

Royal Route

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 ]

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 ]

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 ]

Tatra Mountains

Tatra mountains – the highest mountain range of Carpathians. Tatra National Park is the most frequently visited national park in ... [ read more ]

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Gubalowka Hill

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 ]

Krupowki street

On Krupowki, Zakopane’s most famous street, you will find local shops and stalls with products from the mountainous Podhale regio... [ read more ]

Wooden Church at Jaszczurówka

Picturesquely situated, the wooden chapel is a pearl of the Polish highland architecture.... [ 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 ]

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

Wawel Hill, with the Cathedral and the Royal Castle, is the most picturesque and recognizable landmark in Krakow. S... [ read more ]

Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial & Museum

You will see: Auschwitz I (about 2h): The Arbeit Macht Frei gate, the main gate seen by the prisoners barracks (storage, workshops) t... [ read more ]

Wieliczka Salt Mine

Wieliczka Salt Mine, also known as the Krakow Salt Mine is a 'must' when you visit Poland! The salt mine in Krakow is a world-class, Unesco-... [ read more ]


This small town is known for its triangular Market Square – the only one in Poland and one of only three in Europe. Just next to the M... [ 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 ]

The Nicolaus Copernicus’ House

A museum dedicated to the great Polish astronomer.... [ 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 ]

Malbork castle

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 ]

Dar Pomorza

The beautiful three-masted frigate 'Dar Pomorza' (Gift of Pomerania), also called the White Frigate. It now houses a museum with exhibi... [ read more ]

Sopot Pier

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 ]

Oliwa Cathedral

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 ]


Starting date in Warsaw Ending date in Warsaw
May 6-16 (sold out)
June 10-20 (sold out)
July 15-25 (soldo ut)
August 19-29 (sold out)
 September 9 September 19
October 7 October 17


 Tour plan

Day 1 Saturday – Warsaw

(Welcome dinner)

Arrival at Warsaw Chopin Airport. Taxi transfer to your hotel.

At 6 pm you will meet your guide and the rest of the group in the hotel lobby. The Royal Route and its buildings with historical value will be the first thing to explore. You will pass the Copernicus Monument, the University of Warsaw and the Presidential Palace until you reach the Castle Square. You will have a short walk around the Old Town. Afterwards, a welcome dinner consisting of traditional Polish meals and the Polish vodka “Zubrowka” will be served for you at a local restaurant.

Overnight in Warsaw.

  Nowy Swiat in WarsawCastle square in Warsaw

Day 2 Sunday – Warsaw


In the morning you will discover more Warsaw sights. During a half-day Warsaw city tour you will see more of the Old Town which, completely destroyed in World War II, was wonderfully reconstructed. The magnificent Royal Castle, Polish kings’ seat and the place of the proclamation of the second constitution in the world – the Constitution of May 3rd will undoubtedly impress you. Inside you will visit some of its 300 rooms, including the Canaletto Room with 23 of his paintings, the Throne Room, the King’s Hall, the Marble room and the splendid Ballroom. After the visit at the Castle, you will have lunch in a restaurant in the Old Town. Afterwards, you will pass by The National Opera House and the Town Hall. You will finish the tour in the area where the Warsaw Ghetto was located.

Next, you will visit the famous Warsaw chocolate factory ‘Wedel’ to taste the delicious hot chocolate at the ‘Wedel Old Fashioned Shop’.

In the evening, we will invite you for a piano recital. You will listen to Frederic Chopin’s masterpieces performed by of one the most talented Polish musicians. During the concert you will taste delicious sparkling wine.

Overnight in Warsaw.

  castle-square-2Warsaw Uprising Monument

Day 3 Monday – Warsaw – Czestochowa – Zakopane

(Breakfast, Lunch)

After breakfast, you will head to Czestochowa where you will visit Jasna Gora Monastery. It is the main Catholic center in Poland and its greatest pilgrimage destination, visited by more than 5 million pilgrims yearly. Every August, 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. You will have lunch at a regional restaurant in the city of Czestochowa.

You will spend the afternoon in Zakopane – a beautifully located holiday resort at the foothill of the Tatra Mountains, known as ‘the winter capital of Poland’ and a center of Goral (Polish highlanders) culture. Its picturesque location between Gubalowka and Giewont is a guarantee for breathtaking mountainous views.

Overnight in Zakopane.

  Czestochowa, Jasna Gora z Klasztorem OO. PaulinowGubalowka

Day 4 Tuesday – Zakopane – Krakow

(Breakfast, Dinner)

After breakfast, you will partcipate in Zakopane tour. You will admire the characteristic wooden architecture built in the so-called Zakopianski Style. One of its best examples is the Jaszczurowka Chapel. Another wooden church in Zakopane is the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima at Krzeptówki – constructed by the Gorals after the attempt on Pope John Paul II’s life. Then, you will admire the amazing views from the Gubalowka Hill*. You will also discover local shops with souvenirs and regional products hand-made by Gorals. Afterwards, you will have time to arrange lunch by yourself and also some free time at your disposal. Make sure to taste traditional local specialties, especially the famous Oscypek sheep cheese.

Next, you will depart from Zakopane and go to the Pieniny National Park to participate in an exciting rafting trip on the Dunajec River**. Next, you will arrive in Krakow and have dinner at your hotel.

* Funicular to Gubalowka Mountain (subject to confirmation on the spot; service depends on the weather and technical conditions)

** Dunajec Rafting Trip (subject to confirmation on the spot; service depends on the weather conditions)

Overnight in Krakow.

  Kraków, SukienniceKraków, Mariacki church

Day 5 Wednesday – Krakow – Auschwitz – Krakow


After breakfast, you will participate in half-day Krakow city tour. The program includes the Wawel Hill with the Royal Castle, the seat of three Polish monarch dynasties. There, you will have a chance to see valuable art, treasured furniture and other unique objects from the past. You will also visit the Wawel Cathedral, the former venue for coronations, royal weddings and funerals. In the Cathedral’s vaults, many Polish kings are buried. Inside, you will admire 18 chapels which are considered true architectural masterpieces. You will see the giant Sigismund’s Bell, ranked as one of the biggest in the world. The Unesco-listed Main Market Square in the Old Town is your next stop. There, you will admire the Renaissance Sukiennice (the Cloth Hall), once a major centre of international trade. You will also enter the famous St. Mary’s Basilica and see the awe-inspiring wooden altarpiece carved by Veit Stoss.

After lunch, you will head to the infamous Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz-Birkenau – the primary symbol of the Holocaust. The museum exhibition contains original documents, suitcases, shoes and other belongings of the murdered prisoners.

Overnight in Krakow.


Day 6 Thursday – Krakow


In the morning time on your own.

Coffee and cake at the famous Krakow caféteria and a visit to Czartoryski Museum, that presents most valuable art collection in Poland, and one of the most valuable in Europe. “The Lady with an Ermine” by Leonardo da Vinci or the “Landscape with the Good Samaritan” by Rembrandt van Rijn, as well as many other masterpieces of not only painting, but also sculpture, crafts, military, applied arts are presented in the renovated interiors of the museum.

Evening and dinner on your own.

Overnight in Krakow.

  Wieliczka Salt MineKomora Pieskowa skała w Wieliczce

Day 7 Friday – Krakow – Lowicz – Torun

(Breakfast, Lunch)

After breakfast, we leave for Torun. On the way, we will stop in Lowicz, a typical Mazovian town famous for folk art: colorful costumes and beautiful paper cut-outs. You will be invited for a home-hosted lunch by a local family, whose charming cottage is located at the foot of the former Lowicz Castle. You will be welcomed in a typical Polish way, with bread & salt, and enjoy your meal served by the young married couple in their lovely house. You will have time to talk about their day to day life and have your dessert in a beautiful garden. We continue to Torun, where the balance of the

day is at leisure.

Overnight in Torun.

  Torun Old TownArchitecture

Day 8 Saturday – Torun – Gdansk


In the morning we see the highlights of Torun. It is the birthplace of Nicolaus Copernicus and considered one of the most magnificent historic cities of Poland. Its Old Town has been included in UNESCO’s list for its impressive 13th century Town Hall, superb churches and historic streets preserving Torun’s past glory. A visit to Copernicus Museum. Following lunch on your own, we drive to Gdansk. Upon arrival, we take a brief walk through the town’s Old Town.

Overnight in Gdansk.


Day 9 Sunday – Gdansk


Today we tour Gdansk in depth. We start from the Upland Gate - a fragment of the city's former fortifications and one of its main gates. Just behind it, we pass by a baked-brick construction consisting of the Prison Tower and the Torture House - relics of the 15th century Gothic defense walls. The Golden Gate, situated next to the Prison Tower, opens onto Long Market - a magnificent street, with grand mansions decorated with late Renaissance and Baroque facades. A real feast for the eyes!!! It is here that the richest burghers of Gdansk once lived. Next, we come upon the Main Town and the

Artus Court - a building used for Hanseatic League meetings. It is renowned as the most beautiful court among all of Europe’s Hanseatic cities. Just behind it stands the tower of St. Mary's Basilica, a part of the most precious and largest red-brick Gothic churches in Gdansk. On our way back we pass by Mariacka Street, with its gabled terraced houses and elegant boutiques.

The balance of the day is free to give you time for shopping Baltic arts and crafts, including unique amber jewelry and trinkets.

Overnight in Gdansk.


Day 10 Monday – Gdansk – Gdynia – Sopot – Oliwa – Warsaw

(Breakfast, Lunch)

After breakfast, you will head to the youngest town of Tricity complex – Gdynia. In this port town you will see famous Polish ships. Afterwards, you will visit Sopot – the most popular summer resort in Poland. There, you will have a chance to take a walk on Europe’s longest wooden pier.

Next, you will go back to Gdansk to listen to an organ concert at the Oliwa Cathedral. You will have lunch at a local restaurant. In the afternoon, you will head back to Warsaw.

Overnight in Warsaw.


Day 11 Tuesday – Warsaw


Breakfast at a hotel and end of the tour.


1693 EUR

per person in twin / double room

455 EUR

per single room supplement

 Price includes
  • Selected class hotels, rooms with private facilities
  • English-speaking tour escort assistance
  • English-speaking local guides
  • Taxi transfer from Warsaw Chopin Airport to your hotel
  • Private air-conditioned coach/minibus/car (depending on the group size) throughout the entire tour
  • Meals as per itinerary: breakfast daily, 7 x lunch served at the local restaurants, 2 x dinner (including one dinner with folk show in Wieliczka), 1 x dinner at the hotel in Krakow
  • Cake & coffee/tea at famous Warsaw caféteria
  • Cake & coffee/tea at famous Krakow caféteria
  • Sightseeing tours as per itinerary
  • Entrance fees: Warsaw – Royal Castle, Czestochowa – Jasna Gora Monastery and the Black Madonna Shrine, Auschwitz-Birkenau, Zakopane – funicular to Gubalowka Hill and a rafting trip on the Dunajec River, Krakow – Royal Castle and Cathedral on the Wawel Hill, St. Mary’s Church, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Torun – Copernicus Museum, Gdansk – organ concert in the Oliwa Cathedral, Malbork Castle
  • Chopin concert
  • Hotel charges and taxes
Payment policy:
  • 20% deposit to confirm the tour (not refundable in case of cancellation)
  • balance 6 weeks before arrival
Cancellation policy:
  • up to 5 weeks before the tour – we charge 20% cancellation fee
  • 5 weeks or less – we charge 100% cancellation fee


  • 3 nights at 4-star hotel in Warsaw – Novotel Warszawa Centrum or similar
  •  1 night at 3-star hotel in Zakopane – Mercure Kasprowy or similar
  •  3 nights at 4-star hotel in Krakow – Novotel Krakow City West or similar
  •  1 night at 3-star hotel in Torun – Mercure Torun Centrum or similar
  •  2 nights at 4-star hotel in Gdansk – Mercure Gdansk Old Town or similar




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.

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StotheN  posted 2020-09-09 on TripAdvisor


I have done multiple tours with this company and found all of them to be excellent. Very good
communication and customer support. Recommended!

Robert H  posted 2020-07-04 on TripAdvisor

Top class tour operator!  

I participated in a few events organized by AB Poland Travel - Tours. They are extremely professional and trustworthy. Everything was organized perfectly. Piotr and his crew are very friendly, helpful and patient. I highly recommend this company! You will not be disappointed.

dcamargo  posted 2020-08-18 on TripAdvisor

Highly recommended  

Fair price, excellent customer support, guide had full knowledge and nice transportation. Would do a
trip with them again.

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