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Overview

Poland is an outstanding country in the central Europe, still undiscovered by wider masses of tourists. Go on a five day adventure with three Polish capitals: Warsaw - administrative, political, economy and media centre of the country; Cracow - historical, cultural and educational heart of the nation and Zakopane - so called winter capital of Poland with multitude of mountain attractions and sport activities. Don't wait any longer check Poland just now!

Number of days/duration

5 days/4 nights

Included meals

HB (4 breakfasts, 4 dinners)

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

2 cities, 1 town

Group size

10-50

Trip pace

Medium/Fast

Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*

Itinerary

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What's included

4 nights
8 meals
Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Local guides and Wieliczka mine guide

Entrance fees to

Wieliczka Salt Mine, St. Mary's Basilica, Gubałówka Funicular Train, Tatra National Park Entrance, viewing terrace of Palace of Culture and Science

Transport

Coach, funicular train

Pickup place

Airport and hotel for sightseeing trips

Drop off place

Hotel, airport for departure

Language offered

English, German and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

Round tour

Not included

Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
Three 'capitals' of Poland
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General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Themed dining: enjoy your meal with live performance of Klezmer tunes

Themed dining: enjoy your meal with live performance of Klezmer tunes

A themed dining is always a good choice when visiting another city. It is an amazing opportunity to experience first-hand some of the tradition and culture. And there is no better way than to have an authentic and tasty meal while enjoying a local band. An evening with live Klezmer music and Jewish cuisine will almost directly transfer you to the beginning of 20th century giving you insight into the Jewish culture of the old days.

Royal Wawel Castle

Royal Wawel Castle

It is the old residence of Polish kings situated in the heart of Cracow at Wawel Hill which is a Jurassic limestone rock rising at the left bank of the Vistula (Wisła) river. During the first Polish kings reigns from Piast dynasty Wawel was one of the first royal abodes. In 14th century when Kuyavia Ladislas the Short (Władysław Łokietek) was crowned and moved to Wawel, this is how the new royal headquarters was established. The golden age of ...

Town Hall Tower

Town Hall Tower

The Town Hall Tower is the only remaining part of the Old Kraków Town Hall. This building was built at the turn of the XXIII and XIV centuries in the Gothic style. In 1524 a clock imported from Nuremberg was installed on the tower. The tower is currently a branch of the Historical Museum of the city of Krakow. From the top of the town hall tower visitors can watch the panorama of the Old Town. There is also a tourist information point in Krakow.

Collegium Maius

Collegium Maius

It is the oldest Polish university and also one of the oldest universities in the word. It was established on the 12th of May in 1364. The golden age of Collegium Maius was in the 15th and 16th century. A great number of Polish best well known scholars studied and taught at this university, among others Nicolaus Copernicus and many western European professors. Having the Collegium, Cracow became even the important centre of alchemy sciences. N...

Folklore show

Folklore show

Polish folklore combines the tradition and culture of our country. The performance of the folklore group is a combination of unique dances, singing and colourful folk costumes. The band consists of professional musicians and a pair of dancers. During the show you will be able to take an active part in both dancing and singing folk songs.

Schindler’s Factory

Schindler’s Factory

The factory is a part of National Museum in Kraków and shows exhibition devoted to World War II. The place itself was popularized by 1993 film “Schinler’s List” by Stephen Spielberg picturing Oskar Schindler saving Jews during World War II. Tourists who come here from all around the world may see the exhibition “Cracow – times of occupation 1939-1945”. It tells the story of Polish, Jewish and German citizens in the occupied Cracow during World...

St. Francis of Assisi Church

St. Francis of Assisi Church

St. Francis of Assisi Church is situated in the very heart of Kraków’s Old Town at 2 Franciszkańska Street just by the famous Pope’s Window. The church, currently Minor Basilica, was consecrated in 1296. It has been enlarged many times. In 1462, 1476, 1655 and 1855 the building burnt. Nowadays, it has a brick construction with a presbytery, transept, aisle and 3 chapels. Tourists usually want to see here stained glass windows made by famous Po...

Kasprowy Wierch - Zakopane

Kasprowy Wierch - Zakopane

Kasprowy Wierch in Zakopane area provides length of the journey almost 4.3 km. The height difference between the first station in Kuźnice and the destination station at Kasprowy Wierch is 936 m. On the way to the summit there is one ropeway change. The ropeway carts move with the speed of 8 meters per second. One cart can take up to 60 people at a time. In winter the cart starts the journey every 10 minutes (if there are very few people every ...

Reviews

Thank you ITS Poland for an excellent trip. Everything went seamless. The dinner with highlanders restaurant with folk music was the real highlight with all those wooden beams everywhere! It was truly magical. I will definitely come back to Poland for a longer stay.
Jennifer

Questions and answers

We travel in winter, should we have any particular clothes?

For the cities good walking shoes are the key. Still, beware of winter conditions in Zakopane and prepare very warm clothes such as winter coat, hat and glowes and winter underwear. It can get really cold there.

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