Treasures of Poland, including Krakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw
- Experience the highlights of Poland on this 5-night guided holiday including 3 of its biggest cities.
- Stay 2 nights in Warsaw, 2 nights in Krakow & 1 night in Wroclaw.
- Enjoy guided city tours & free time in each city, so you can explore at your leisure.
- See the famous Black Madonna on a half day excursion to the holy city of Częstochowa.
- Includes 5 nights on a half board basis.
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Your Treasures of Poland, including Krakow, Warsaw and Wroclaw Holiday Overview
Discover the beautiful pastel buildings and gothic churches of Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw with us on our 5-night Treasures of Poland holiday. We’ll start our trip with a guided panoramic tour of the sprawling city of Warsaw, where we’ll visit sites like Zamkowy Square, Wilanow Park & Lazienki Palace. As we continue our journey towards Krakow, we’ll stop at Jasna Gora Pauline Monastery to see the miraculous ‘Black Madonna’. A guided walking tour of Krakow, the old Polish capital, will take us to St. Mary's Church and the Royal Tombs, the final resting place of 13 Polish kings. In Wroclaw, we’ll discover the key monuments that give this city such rich culture. With leisure time included in each city for you to sightsee, shop and relax, you’ll be sure to uncover all the treasures of Poland.
Activity Level: Busy
Travel to Warsaw Poland
Arrive in Warsaw
We have arrived! We meet our local representative and transfer to our hotel.
Let’s enjoy the rest of the day at leisure to settle in, relax, and get to know our surroundings.
Join Us For Dinner
This evening, we join our fellow travellers for a welcome dinner at our hotel. An evening meal is also included for each of the five remaining hotel nights of our tour.
Discover Warsaw on a guided tour
Old Town and Lazienki Park
Let’s discover Warsaw on a full day guided excursion; we start in the Old Town, seeing the Central Market Square as we make our way through the narrow streets leading to medieval defensive walls, Barbican, St. John’s Cathedral and the Royal Castle.
In the afternoon we continue on to Łazienki Park, the most beautiful Warsaw park. Once a hunting ground, in 18th century it was turned into an English-style park with formal gardens where the Royal summer palace was built on the lake. One of its most important features is the Frederic Chopin monument, where Chopin concerts are held every summer.
We return to our hotel to relax and unwind after a day of discovery.
Transfer to Krakow Including Tour of Czestochwa
Czestochowa - Jasna Gora Pauline Moastery and the Black Madonna
This morning we say farewell to Warsaw and transfer to Krakow. Enroute we stop at one of the most important spiritual destinations on this tour, Częstochowa, where Pope John Paul II visited many times. Experience the Jasna Gora Pauline Monastery, known for its miraculous picture of Our Lady, called the “Black Madonna” due to its discolouration from candles lit in supplication.
After some time at leisure, we continue our journey towards one of the treasures of Poland – Krakow!
Arriving in the evening into Krakow; we settle into our hotel and soak up the atmosphere of this charming and historic city, where we will spend the next two nights.
See More on Half Day Guided Tour of Krakow Old Town.
Discover why Krakow is a much a loved tourist destination, and uncover its charms on a half day walking tour. See more on our tour as we take in the raw beauty of the Old Town Square of Krakow; visit St. Mary’s Church and explore Wawel Cathedral.
Krakow at Leisure
There is so much to discover in and around Krakow; shop in the old Cloth Hall with its small craft stalls; soak up the atmosphere of the main square Rynek Glowney and watch the world go by in one of the many cafes. Of course, one can’t leave Krakow before trying some Polish delicacies, including delicious pastries, or Pierogi; “Polish dumplings”, a must for any visit to Poland!
Visit some of the historic places of interest including Schindler's Factory, the Rynek underground museum, take a relaxing cruise on the Vistula or enjoy a leisurely walk through the historic Jewish Quarter; there is so much to choose from.
Transfer to Wroclaw with Tour
Wroclaw Old Town, Cathedral Island and Aula Leopoldina
This morning we leave Krakow and transfer to Wroclaw, one of the oldest and most charming cities in Poland. On arrival we experience more with a guided tour of Wroclaw Old Town including Cathedral Island, Market Square with the Town Hall, Wrocław University (including entrance) to the Watchtower and Aula Leopoldina.
After our day of adventure, we enjoy time to reflect on our journey so far, as we relax and unwind after our busy day in Wroclaw.
Wroclaw At Leisure & Return Home
Wroclaw at Leisure
Today we enjoy some free time to experience the charms of Wroclaw.
Shop till you drop in upmarket boutiques and shopping malls and perhaps buy some last-minute souvenirs. Wander the streets on the lookout for one of Wroclaw’s most famous attractions the “Krasnale” : little people, or gnomes. These ubiquitous little charmers are dotted all over Wroclaw. It is impossible to leave this city without taking a few Instagram shots of these little fellows, making more memorable moments before we depart for home.
Depart Wroclaw Poland
Later, we say a fond farewell to Poland and treasure the memories of our journey and newfound friends, as we depart to Wroclaw Airport for our homeward flight.
Know before you go
Will I be met at the airport?
You will be met on arrival at your destination airport and transferred to your accommodation. You will be accompanied on all included excursions by your Travel Department guide. Your expert local guide is also available to give you tips and advice on any aspect of your holiday.
Do I need a Visa?
Please visit our visa page for information on requirements for each country's entry requirements
What if there is an emergency?
We have local representatives in all of our destinations who are available 24/7 as well as an emergency contact number for our offices in Ireland should you ever need it.
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