Secrets of Poland with Prague (12 days / 11 nights)



Secrets of Poland with Prague – discover the magic of Poland, the most famous cities in the country and the little-known but charming places. Then continue the journey to Prague - the City of Hundred Towers, a UNESCO monument and one of the most beautiful cities in the world.


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Arrival in Warsaw. Accommodation in the hotel. Night in Warsaw.




In the morning visit of the Polish capital. During the excursion we will get to know the most important places in the city and we will have an unforgettable opportunity to learn about the past of Warsaw and the history of Poland. We will start our tour by visiting the Old City (UNESCO) and the New City. Then we will see the Krasinscy Palace, the Palace of Justice and the Warsaw Uprising Monument. Our excursion will continue in the Royal Lazienki Park, where we will admire the summer residence of the last King of Poland and we will rest next to the famous monument to Frédéric Chopin surrounded by the wonderful nature of this place. Free time. Accommodation. Night in Warsaw.

Optional: Piano recital of Frederic Chopin music.  


Warsaw – Sandomierz

Departure towards Sandomierz - one of the oldest and most historically important cities in Poland. Archaeological discoveries analyzed around the city indicate that humans inhabited the area since the Neolithic. The existence of the city has been known since the early Middle Ages, taking advantage of its excellent location at the crossroads of the Vistula and San rivers, and on the way to important trade routes. A walk through Old Town of Sandomierz with the local guide. Accommodation. Night in Sandomierz.

Optional: Visit to Underground Tourist Route below Sandomierz Old Town.  


Sandomierz – Krzyztopor Szczawnica – Zakopane

Departure towards the south of Poland. Stop at Krzytopor Castle. The ruins of this castle are full of magic and mystery, lost among the fields and hills of the Opatow region, far from the main roads and routes. It is a monument of international class, unique, although very damaged. Built in the years 1631-1644, Krzyztopor Castle was the largest palatial building in Europe until the construction of Versailles. The dining room ceiling was supposedly made of glass, and revelers had the opportunity to see exotic fish swimming over them during meals. It is nicknamed "callendario castle" because it had 356 windows as days in a year, 56 rooms as weeks in a year, 12 large chambers as months, 4 towers as stations. Continuation to Szczawnica. The city is located in the picturesque Grajcarek Valley, the right bank tributary of the Dunajec River, between Male Pieniny and the Radziejowa mountain range. Szczawnica is primarily a popular and appreciated spa, famous for its mineral waters. The favorable conditions here result from the city's location on the border of two geological units: the rocky belt of Pieniny made of limestone and the flysch of Beskid made of shale and sandstone. Two-thirds of the city's surface is covered with forests that provide a unique microclimate, shelter from the wind, and clean, healthy air. The town is surrounded by protected areas with numerous natural and scenic values. Free time to take advantage of the microclimate, the views and the mineral waters. Transfer to Zakopane. Overnight at the hotel. Night in Zakopane.

Optional: Horse Carriage Ride in Zakopane.

Optional: Dinner in a typical restaurant in Zakopane with a folk group show.


Zakopane – Cracow

The Tatras constitute the highest and most beautiful part of the Carpathian mountain range, which is the only one of its kind in Central Europe. The Polish part of the Tatras is part of the Tatra National Park, which is inscribed on the list of UNESCO Biosphere Reserves. Pope John Paul II frequently visited the area for hiking and skiing. During our walk through Zakopane with the guide we will visit Krupowki, the main street of the city full of crafts and regional folklore. In the city, known as the winter capital, its peculiar architecture stands out, known as the “Zakopanian” style, with its traditional wooden constructions from the end of the 19th century. Free time for lunch. Departure for Krakow. Arrival and accommodation. Night in Krakow.




Visit of the city of Krakow (UNESCO). During the walk we will see a part of the wall that surrounded the city with the famous San Florian Gate, the Market Square with the Cloth Hall, the Church of the Virgin Mary, the tower of the old town hall. Then we will walk near the historic buildings of the Jagiellonian University where many world-famous Poles have studied, for example Nicolas Copernicus or Karol Wojtyla, later named Pope John Paul II. During our route we will see the church of San Andrés and that of San Pedro y San Pablo. At the end of our walk we will reach the Wawel Hill, where the Castle is located - the former seat of the Kings of Poland and the cathedral (with Sigismund's bell, the largest in Poland). Free afternoon. Night in Krakow.  

Optional: Visit to Schindler’s Factor museum.

Optional: Afternoon excursion to the Wieliczka Salt Mine 

Cracow –  Auschwitz-Birkenau –  CracowAuschwitz

Visit of the Kazimierz district that in the past was a small city, inhabited mainly by people of Jewish origin next to the middle-aged metropolis - Krakow. With the growth of Krakow, Kazimierz became one of its neighbourhoods. Keeping the character a little different for its typical market squares, synagogues or Jewish cemeteries. Tradition and typical customs are maintained in the neighbourhood. That's why Steven Spielberg decided to shoot his famous Oscar-winning film Schindler's List at Kazimierz. During our trip you will have the opportunity to know history, monuments and an impressive culture in a part of Krakow still little known by tourists. In the afternoon excursion to Auschwitz - Birkenau, the largest ex-extermination camp. The global symbol of terror, genocide and the Holocaust. Built by the Germans in 1940 on the outskirts of the city called Oświęcim, the region that during Hitler's army occupation was the place of greatest sacrifice of people belonging to different countries of Europe (mainly people of Jewish origin). Today the field works as a museum. It is one of the places included in the UNESCO list. Visiting that place will help you understand the history of the s. XX in Europe. Return to Krakow. Night in Krakow.

Cracow  Kalwaria Zebrzydowska –  Cieszyn –  Ostrava 
Kalwaria Zeb

In the morning transfer from Cracow to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska - (UNESCO Heritage) a monastery complex of the Franciscans-Bernardines. The exceptional cultural monument conducted in natural scenery has attracted thousands of pilgrims from the very beginning. During this trip you will visit the monastery complex with the early baroque church and dozens of chapels spread around in a beautiful countryside scenery. Continuation to Cieszyn - a historic town picturesquely situated in the southern part of the Silesian Voivodeship, at the foot of the Silesian Beskids, on the Olza River on the border with the Czech Republic. The city is sometimes called "little Vienna". Although it is a small city, it is an important cultural and educational center. The Olza River divides the city into Polish Cieszyn and Czech Cieszyn – the old town however is  located within the Polish borders and  has preserved the medieval layout of the town. The central point is the beautiful Market Square with historic tenement houses. Continuation to Ostrava. Arrival and accommodation. Night in Ostrava.


Ostrava Prague 

Ostrava, the third largest city in the Czech Republic, is situated in the northeast of the country and forms the heart of the Moravian-Silesian region. It is an exciting city full of unique and still living industrial heritage. During our visit of the city we will have chance to visit Lower Vitcovice - a national site of industrial heritage located in the Vítkovice district of Ostrava. Here we will experience the history of steel like never before in this early-19th-century industrial complex. This area has been repurposed and is now used as a museum and science center, concert hall and conference center. After lunch break transfer to Prague. Arrival and accommodation. Night in Prague.



City tour of the golden city, described as the prettiest gem in the stone crown of the world. Transfer to the Prague Castle, home of Prague kings and queens for many years which houses nowadays the office of the president of the Czech Republic, several museums, the St. Vitus Cathedral, the Royal Castle and more; walk through this Hradcany district viewing the Loreto, the Archbishops Palace, Golden Lane and other interesting areas along the way to the castle; visit part of the St. Vitus Cathedral; walk down through the Little Quarter and over the Charles Bridge via the coronation route to the Old Town Square with the famous Astronomical Clock, Old Town Square Tower, end on Wenceslas Square, the new part of town. After lunch break we will be strolling through the Jewish Quarter, Josefov, which can be proud of its 6 synagogues and the cemetery. You will be passing by the Charles Bridge, the oldest bridge in Prague built by one of the most famous Czech emperors, Charles IV, in 14th century. Night in Prague.




Free day. Possibility of optional excursions. Night in Prague.

OptionalKutna Hora half day tour from Prague.



Airport transfer.

 Package price:  
Package 3* package (prices in EUR) 4* package (prices in EUR)
per PAX in TWIN
3rd pax in TRPL
SGL suppl
per PAX in TWIN 3rd pax in TRPL per PAX in TWIN
2339 2225 615
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2339 2225 615
2339 2225 615
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 The price includes:
  • 2 nights BB in 4* Radisson Sobieski/3* Metropol or similar in Warsaw
  • 1 night BB in 3* Hotel Sarmata or similar in Sandomierz
  • 1 night BB in 4* Grand Nosalowy Dwor/3* Nosalowy Dwor or similar in Zakopane
  • 3 nights BB in 4* Hilton Garden Inn/3* Vienna Easy House or similar in Cracow
  • 1 night BB in 3* Maria/4* Mercure Centrum in Ostrava
  • 3 nights BB in 3* Ibis Praha Mala Strana/4* NH City in Prague
  • English speaking Tour Leader for groups of 6 pax and more
  • Transportation during the whole itinerary (minivan, bus, train)
  • City tours according to the itinerary with local English speaking guides – Warsaw (4h), Sandomierz (2h), Zakopane (3h), Cracow (2x4h), Kalwaria Zebrzydowska (1h), Cieszyn (2h), Ostrava (2h), Praga (4h)
  • Entrances:
  • Krzyztopor Castle with local guide
    • Arcaded courtyard of the Wawel Royal Castle in Krakow
    • Auschwitz Birkenau museum with local guide
    • Dolni Vitkovice
    • Prague Castle
The price does not include:
  • Optional Excursions
    • Chopin’s concerts in a unique concert hall (1h): Price p/pax – 26 EUR (min 1 pax)
    • The Underground Tourist Route (45min): Price p/pax – 7 EUR (min 1 pax)
    • Horse Carriage Ride in Zakopane (1h): Price p/pax – 55 EUR (min 3 pax) 
    • Dinner in a typical restaurant in Zakopane: Price p/pax – 33 EUR (min 1 pax) (transfer not included)
    • Wieliczka Salt Mine (4-5h): Price p/pax – 55 EUR (min 4 pax) 
    • Schindler’s Factory (1h 30 min): Price p/pax – 16 EUR (min 1 pax)   
    • Kutna Hora half day tour from Prague: Price p/pax – 95 EUR (min 2 pax)
  • Airport Transfers
  • Lunches and Dinners
  • Anything that has not been mentioned in the “the price includes” part
  • Airport transfers. One-way transfer IN supplement 40 EUR (1-2 pax), 60 EUR (3-5 pax). One-way transfer OUT supplement 47 EUR (1-2 pax), 65 EUR (3-5 pax). Transfers before 6 am and after 10 pm +30%.

Please note some groups might be bilingual (Spanish and English speaking Tour Leader).

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