June 13 - 23, 2020
Tour Status - Available
A land of striking beauty, Poland is punctuated by great forests and rivers, broad plains, and tall mountains. Warsaw (Warszawa), the country’s capital, combines modern buildings with historic architecture, most of which was heavily damaged during World War II but has since been faithfully restored in one of the most thoroughgoing reconstruction efforts in European history. Other cities of historic and cultural interest include Poznań, the seat of Poland’s first bishopric and Kraków, a historic centre of arts and education. Join Select Holidays on this truly remarkable tour!
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Meals & Attractions as per itinerary
Farm & Technical visits
Krakow City Tour
Warsaw City Tour
Visit Auschwitz, largest concentration camp
Visit Wieliczka Salt Mine
Wroclaw City Tour
Poznan City Tour
Visit Bronisze wholesale market
Day 01: June 13, 2020: Depart North America (IFM)
Depart North America for a flight into Krakow, Poland.
Day 02: June 14, 2020: Krakow, Poland (D)
Arrive Krakow, Poland. Upon arrival, transfer to the hotel for 3 nights. Welcome Dinner this evening.
Day 03: June 15, 2020: Krakow (B/L/D)
Today enjoy a Krakow city tour. Walk along beautiful Kanonicza and Grodzka streets, enjoy the ambience of the Main Market Square and listen to the bugle call from the tower of St. Mary’s Church. There will be a special Polish lunch. After lunch visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Return to hotel early evening with dinner at a local restaurant.
Day 04: June 16, 2020: Krakow (B/L/D)
Following breakfast you will head for the Memorial and Museum Auschwitz Birkenau. It is a German name for Oswiecim, a town located 60 km to Krakow. Between 1940 and 1945 it was home to the largest of Nazi Germany’s concentration camps. Tonight, dinner at the restaurant Ariel. It houses the first private Judaistic art gallery in Krakow, with old and contemporary pieces of art, and in the second symmetric wing of the building, newly constructed, there is a cafe and restaurant with Jewish music concerts.
Day 05: June 17, 2020: Krakow ~ Wroclaw (B/D)
Check out of the hotel and drive through the Polish countryside as you make your way to Wroclaw. Enroute, visit a large cattle and grain farm as the hosts explain the day to day operation. Later on, continue into Wroclaw and check into hotel for two nights with an authentic Polish dinner this evening.
Day 06: June 18, 2020: Wroclaw (B/L/D)
After breakfast, enjoy a Wroclaw city tour. Wrocław is a city on the Oder River in western Poland. It’s known for its Market Square, lined with elegant townhouses and featuring a modern fountain. Also on the square is the Gothic Old Town Hall, with its large astronomical clock. Nearby is the Panorama of Racławice, a painting depicting the 1794 battle for independence. The Centennial Hall, with its giant dome and tall spire, lies across the river. In the afternoon, travel into the countryside and visit the oldest winery in Poland for a tasting and dinner. Return to hotel.
Day 07: June 19, 2020: Wroclaw ~ Poznan (B/L/D)
Check out after breakfast and travel to visit a vegetable farm specializing in fermentable products. Lunch at a local microbrewery that serves dishes and products grown on the farm. Continue your journey through the countryside to Poznan, one of the top 10 "Must See Polish Cities" to visit. After checking into your hotel for 2 nights, enjoy dinner at a local restaurant.
Day 08: June 20, 2020: Poznan (B/L/D)
Today enjoy a Poznan city tour. With over a thousand years of history Poznan is one of the oldest cities in Poland. Take a walk around the Old Town and see the 13th century town hall with the famous billy-goat clock. After lunch travel into the countryside and visit a local farm. Dinner this evening where you can once again taste traditional Polish cuisine.
Day 09: June 21, 2020: Warsaw (B/D)
After breakfast, check out and start your journey towards Warsaw. Enroute, visit another local farm specializing in crop production and rural management. Continue into Warsaw and enjoy a Chopin Concert in the park. Check into hotel for a 2-night stay and dinner.
Day 10: June 22, 2020: Warsaw (B/L/D)
Following breakfast, visit Bronisze wholesale market in Warsaw, established in 1995, operated by a company comprised of the government and the sellers. The fruit and vegetable market is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week. Enjoy a city tour of Warsaw which is the largest Polish city as well as the capital of Poland. The city has contrasts where history blends with modernity. Highlights include: the Palace of Culture, the Royal Route and Lazienki Garden. In the Old Town see the with characteristic Sigismund’s column and the Royal Castle. Enjoy a "Farewell dinner" at a local restaurant this evening.
Day 11: June 23, 2020: End of Tour* [B]
After breakfast, transfer to the airport.
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