2010           Jewels of Poland with Tatra Mountain    16 days     from $ 1595*  no Air


Day 1 -
Board your overnight transatlantic flight.

Day 2 Arrival in Warsaw, Poland
Check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free for you to see some of Warsaw. Tonight meet your tour director and fellow travelers.

Day 3 Warsaw
The included sightseeing tour with a local guide is an excellent introduction to Warsaw, magnificently reconstructed after wartime destruction. Today its wide avenues are in striking contrast with the narrow lanes of the old section. This afternoon you might like to join an optional excursion to visit the great Kampinoski National Park for a stop in Zelazowa Wola, a manor house where Chopin was born. (B,D)

Day 4 Warsaw-Poznan
Journey westwards to Poznan, which has been part of Polish history for the past 1,000 years. Your included city sightseeing will take in the main sights. (B,D)

Day 5 Poznan-Wroclaw
A relatively short drive this morning to Wroclaw on the River Odra, the capital of Lower Silesia. The city’s network of canals and 100 bridges impart great charm. It also boasts Poland’s youngest population; half of its inhabitants are under 30! This afternoon learn more about this city on the included sightseeing tour. (B,D)

Day 6 Wroclaw-Jasna Gora-Krakow
First to Jasna Gora near Czestochowa, the monastery that withstood the repeated onslaughts of overwhelming Swedish forces during the religious wars of the 17th century. Since then its Black Madonna has been venerated as the "Queen of Poland" and has become the country’s national symbol. Your next encounter with history today will be a visit to what is left of the Auschwitz concentration camp, a chilling reminder of the holocaust. Overnight in Krakow. (B,D)

Day 7 Krakow-Zakopane (B,D)

Days 8-13 Zakopane
Located in a picturesque valley at the base of the Tatra, Zakopane has developed into a beautiful unspoiled resort with many touches of the past. Folklore lovers come here to seek out the preserved culture and strollers can enjoy the breathtaking beauty of the Tatra Mountains using the many footpaths running across the lower regions. Typical of this area are the highlander wooden houses and the influences from Hungarian and Austrian occupation periods, shown in the local costumes and dialect. Visitors will enjoy Krupowki street with its cafés, restaurants and souvenir shops. The local mountain, the Kasprowy Wierch has a funicular providing breathtaking views across the valley. (B,D daily)

Day 14 Zakopane-Krakow (B)

Day 15 Krakow-Warsaw
A morning to enjoy this interesting city at your own pace and mingle with the locals. There’s also an opportunity to visit the nearby salt mines. In the afternoon return to Warsaw for overnight. Tonight’s optional folklore dinner might be the way to round out your stay in this city. (B)

Day 16
Your homebound flight arrives the same day. (B)

                                                   All This Included
  • Scheduled transatlantic flights and airport transfers in Warsaw with air-included tour package
  • Local guides for city sightseeing in Warsaw, Poznan, Wroclaw, Krakow, Jasna Gora; services of a professional tour director
  • Touring by private first-class air-conditioned motor coach
  • Rooms with private bath or shower, hotel taxes, tips, and service charges
  • Buffet breakfasts (B); dinners (D) as detailed in the tour description
  • Choice of optional excursions at reasonable prices to customize your own experience. Please find a detailed list in your travel documents

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