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Poland Four Corners Tour - Warsaw, Poznan, Wroclaw, Krakov

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A nation known for its intense history, charming narrow streets and colorful buildings! Immerse yourself in cultural wonders, UNESCO Heritage sites, rich history, culinary specialities, quaint squares and pleasant nature walks. Traverse the country by train and get a feel for life outside Poland's essential cities.    ...

A nation known for its intense history, charming narrow streets and colorful buildings! Immerse yourself in cultural wonders, UNESCO Heritage sites, rich history, culinary specialities, quaint squares and pleasant nature walks. Traverse the country by train and get a feel for life outside Poland's essential cities.    

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Tour itinerary includes
  • City
    City
  • Sightseeing
    Sightseeing
  • Local cuisine
    Local cuisine
  • Train
    Train

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This itinerary has been crafted by our Local Agency with one idea in mind: to inspire you. Every element can be adapted to your needs and your interests, from duration to accommodation and activities.

Day 1: Welcome to Poland!

• Arrive in Warsaw Chopin Airport
• Transfer to the hotel and check-in


Day 2: Discovering Warsaw

• Begin with a city tour highlighting the contrasts of the nation's capital:
• Explore the Lazienki Royal Park stopping at the monument of Frederic Chopin, the
Palace on the Island and the Royal Theatre
• Continue to the Old Town to the Royal Castle, St John’s Cathedral, Market Square and the Barbican
• Onto the New Town, Krasinski Palace and the Supreme Court building, followed by the Grand Theatre, National Opera, Jablonowscy Palace, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Saxon Garden


Day 3: Exploring Poznan

• Transfer to Poznan by train (4h) and check-in to the hotel
• During a city tour visit Mickiewicz Square, Collegium Maius building, Opera House, Mickiewicz University and the magnificent Imperial Castle
• Continue to the picturesque Srodka district and Old Town


Day 4: Free Day in Poznan

• In the morning, enjoy some free time to continue exploring Poznan city at your own pace
• Transfer to Wroclaw by train (3h) and check-in to your hotel


Day 5: Wroclaw: "City of 100 Bridges"

• Begin your tour of Wroclaw by the main entrance of the 13th century Cathedral of St. John the Baptist
• Walk along Odra river bank and ascend the “Polish Hill”, offering a splendid view over the city
• Stroll around medieval cobblestone streets which lead to the Market Square
• Rest of the evening is free to do as you wish


Day 6: Krakow - Poland's Cultural Capital

• In the morning, transfer to Krakow by train (3h30) and check-in to the hotel
• Krakow is the cultural capital of Poland with Old Town listed as a UNESCO Heritage site
• Spend the day exploring the many treasures of the city


Day 7: UNESCO Wonder in Wieliczka

• Transfer from Krakow to Wieliczka the most beautiful and the oldest operating salt mine in the world and a UNESCO Heritage site
• View magnificent chapels and charming underground lakes
• Explore a number of excavated chambers, adorned with beautiful sculptures made of salt as well as the salt museum
• In the evening, transfer to Warsaw by train (3h)


Day 8: Departure

• A chance for some last minute shopping! 
• Transfer to Warsaw airport for departure


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