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Overview

Poland is well known for being one of the last countries in the old continent with huge Roman Catholic population. Being in Warsaw it is worth to see, apart from obvious capital's landmarks, also the religious heritage of the country. Visit the most important religious centres of the capital and learn more about two 20th century martyrs from Poland - saint Maximillian Maria Kolbe and blessed Jerzy Alexander Popiełuszko. Both being victims of totalitarian regimes of the last century - fascism and communism. Take this interesting journey during 1 day trip organised by ITS Poland DMC!

Number of days/duration

1

Included meals

Lunch on request

Suggested dates

All year

Number of cities/sights

1 city, 1 town

Group size

10-50

Trip pace

Moderate

Free cancellation

Up to 30 days*

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What's included

Private coach transportation
Trip staff

Tourguide, driver

Entrance fees to

Niepokalanów Museum, Temple of Divine Providence, St. John's Cathedral, Popiełuszko Museum

Transport

Coach

Pickup place

Your Warsaw's hotel/hostel

Drop off place

Your Warsaw's hotel/hostel

Language offered

English, German, Norwegian, French, Spanish, Italian and others on request

Mobile & printed vouchers accepted
Trip type

Theme trip

Not included

Warsaw Pilgrimage
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General conditions and customs

Optional Excursions

Warsaw sightseeing 3h

Warsaw sightseeing 3h

Warsaw is the capital of Poland and the largest city in the country with about 2 million population. The Warsaw's Old Town is a real pearl of the capital. Enlisted on the UNESCO World Heritage List, delights with colourful tenements and the unique atmosphere of narrow streets. In the Old Town square you will meet the Mermaid - the official symbol of the city. You'll see the Barbican and the bell on Kanona Street. You must also visit the Royal ...

Święta Lipka

Święta Lipka

Święta Lipka (Saint Linden) is situated 21 km from Mragowo (about 23 min drive) and 72 km from Olsztyn (about 1 h 15 min drive). Święta Lipka Sanctuary is run by Jesuit priests. The basilica of Our Lady with galleries and a monastery are the most important Baroque monument in northern Poland. The beginnings of the sanctuary date back to the 14th century, when a figure of Our Lady with the Baby was carved out of linden wood and became famous fo...

Jasna Góra Monastery in Częstochowa

Jasna Góra Monastery in Częstochowa

Czestochowa is a city laying about 125 km from Cracow which is the spiritual capital of Poland. Every year the sanctuary is also visited by a few million pilgrims from all over the world. It is the most important pilgrimage site connected to Marian devotion of the famous painting of Black Madonna. The sanctuary has been run by the Order of Saint Paul the First Hermit since 1382. The painting has been famous through the ages for miracles and he...

Lichen

Lichen

Lichen (Polish: Licheń) is located 16 km from Konin (about 20 min drive), 128 km from Łódź (1 h 40 min drive) and 95 km from Toruń (1.5 h drive). Marian devotion in this place dates back to 1852 and cholera epidemics in Licheń area. Still, the construction of the newest basilica started in 1994 and the church was consecrated in 2004. The new sanctuary is a 5 aisle basilica with a dome on top of it (139 m in length, 77 m in width and 141 m in t...

Royal Baths

Royal Baths

Royal Baths or Łazienki Królewskie is the largest park in the centre of Warsaw. Łazienki are situated halfway down the Royal Route, between Royal Castle and Wilanów. On the area of 76 hectares one may find over 40 points of interest and numerous historic buildings, designed by the king Stanisław August Poniatowski’s in-court architects. Palace on the Isle, Roman Theatre, Myśliwiecki Palace or Chopin Monument are just a small selection. Łazienk...

Wilanów Palace

Wilanów Palace

The Wilanów Palace, together with its garden, is one of the most beautiful objects of its type in Poland. Baroque palace and the meticulously designed surrounding gardens, situated at the end of the Royal Road and built for the king John III Sobieski, are filled with Polish as well as European culture. Wilanów hosts many exhibitions and concerts, including the International Summer Early Music Academy. The Wilanów Palace also houses one Poland’...

Warsaw Rising Museum

Warsaw Rising Museum

Warsaw Rising Museum is located just 3 kilometres from the Royal Castle. The museum was opened in 2004 and is situated at 79 Grzybowska Street. The main aim of the museum is to provide documentation and present history of Warsaw uprising during the Second World War and activities of Polish Underground State. The exhibition shows everyday life and fights during Nazi occupation and the fate of the insurgents during communist regime in People’s R...

Reviews

It was a very interesting trip. I believe we have seen everything that was in Warsaw to see when it comes to religious sights. Both martyr life examples are very moving. Highly recommended!
Clara

Questions and answers

Is it possible to organize Holy Mass in Stanisław Kostka Church?

Yes, we can organize Masses in majority of Polish churches and cathedrals. Just let us know which one is your preferred option and if you travel with your own priest or you would also need assistance to organize that as well.

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