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  • Vacation Style Holiday Type
    • Activity Level Challenging
    • Group Size Medium Group
    All about the WARSAW 6 DAYS.

    Discover Warsaw on a city break: a beautiful old town with a historic market place, numerous museums and many other attractions and opportunities to have an exciting holiday! Follow in the footsteps of Chopin, relax in the idyllic Lazienki Park and let yourself be guided along the Royal Route from the Royal Castle to Wilanow and many other impressive Warsaw sights!
    Warsaw is ideal for a cheap city break or a weekend tour – so let’s go!

    The tour package inclusions and exclusions at a glance
    What is included in this tour?Items that are included in the cost of tour price.
    • 5 x nights: 5 x Hotel Hetman 3* (or similar) in Warsaw.
    • Meals: HB.
    • English-speaking city tours (or other languages required) in Warsaw, Zelazowa Wola, Kazimierz Dolny.
    • All-route English-speaking guide.
    • Transfer by modern coach throughout the whole trip.
    • Entrance+guided tours: All sacred buildings according to the program; Wilanow Palace and Garden, birth house of Frederic Chopin in Zelazowa Wola, Chopin Museum in Warsaw, Lazienki Park.
    • Other highlights: boat trip by Vistula river in Kazimierz Dolny.

    What is not included in this tour?Items that are not included in the cost of tour price.
    • Visa Fee
    • Travel Insurance
    • Flights
    • Single Supplement
    • Any meals not mentioned
    • Any transfers not mentioned (e.g. first and last day)
    • Any expenses of a personal nature
    • Camera/video permits
    • Tips to the guide and driver
    1. Day 1 Arrival to Warsaw

      Welcome to Warsaw! Your plane lands at the international Frederic Chopin airport in the Polish capital, where you will be warmly welcomed by our guide and taken by the comfortable coach to the hotel. After a short break we will have a city tour to have our first acquaintance with Warsaw. The rebuilding of the Old Town after World War II was one of the biggest reconstruction projects in Europe. Now, the Old Town and the Royal Castle are included on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage List. The Market Square is lined with burgher houses, exclusive restaurants and shops. It is also worth seeing Gothic St John’s Cathedral and the Barbican. In the evening gather for a common dinner.

    2. Day 2 Welcome to the Polish Capital

      In the morning we go for a walk to the Lazienki Park – with its 80 ha it is the largest park in Warsaw. We will behold beautiful Lazienki Palace, mirrored in the park lake. Could you imagine, just a few minutes walk from the Old Town, ‘hanging gardens’ of … Warsaw? If that’s not enough for you, we offer you another unique green space in the city – a modern oasis in Warsaw University Library. The Warsaw University Library is a magical architectural wonder – not just because of a beautiful façade, but because of the largest roof garden in Europe, with incredible views of Warsaw, open to all, not just students. Narrow-paved footpaths, benches here and there, plant sculptures invite you to stop and stare. Paths, stairs and bridges are neatly maintained within the park. You will be literally  captured by the organic blend of natural and urban. In  the afternoon  we visit the Wilanow  Palace and Garden. This  “Polish Versailles” in the  suburb of Warsaw is considered as the national pride of Poland. Built for the King Jan III Sobieski (the so-called “savior of Vienna”  from Ottomans) in the best of Baroque traditions, the palace and the park are one of the most beautiful memorial places of the Polish national culture. The next owners of the Palace expanded and enriched the residence. In particular, Count Stanisław Kostka Potocki was particularly active – he turned some rooms into museum in 19th century (one of the first public museums in Poland). In addition to valuable works of art, the exhibition contained items, which reminded of the glorious times and activities of Jan III Sobieski and whole history of Poland. Before having dinner together at the hotel, you have some free time and can enjoy the atmosphere of Warsaw on your own.


    3. Day 3 Chopin’s Day

      A stay in Warsaw usually has a musical touch and is very closely associated with the name of a world famous composer Frederic Chopin, since it’s here where he played his first concerts. In the morning of this day we do a trip to Zelazowa Wola – a tiny village about an hour`s drive from Warsaw, where in spring of 1810 in the family of home teachers a musical genius was born. The Frederic Chopin monument in a beautiful park around the house reminds the locals of their famous compatriot. In the birth house you have a tour through museum (the exhibition was recently renewed). The interiors were designed in style of the Chopins. Special pride of the museum is the birth room of Frederic Chopin. Two beams of light focus your attention on the open piano and on a portrait of the composer. In the afternoon we continue Chopin’s theme and visit the modern and interactive Chopin Museum in Warsaw, housed in Ostrozki Palace. The museum is called Europe`s most advanced biographical museum: the touchscreens and multimedia equipment provide all the information about life and work of the composer.Our impressions will be enhanced by music, heard from around, as well as by the violet odor (the favorite flowers of the composer). Here you can see the “Paris Salon” – the largest museum room with the piano, touched by the talented fingers of the maestro. In the “Women hall” curious of you can learn more about the private life of the artist. During the dinner, we exchange your impressions of the day.


    4. Day 4 Kazimierz Dolny

      Today we are going to Kazimierz Dolny – City of Artists. It is a small town with only about 2500 inhabitants, where the great architecture blends with picturesque landscape. Favorable climatic conditions and nearly an idyllic location turned this centuries-old city into fabulous tour destination. It is also where countless anecdotes about Polish nobility came from. In the old town we find a lot of 500-years-old buildings – all of them under state protection. The city is heavily investing in preserving the old architecture, that’s why a renovated building, not fitting with architectural ensemble, is simply unthinkable here! New buildings are totally forbidden.
      Unsurprisingly that in this milieu painting became a way of life. “Only here life becomes an art form..” – this is how Rilke wrote about Kazimierz. In tiny Kazimierz Dolny there are 7 museums and 50 galleries. The city hosts numerous singing, theater and art festivals and hosts about one million tourists annually. Kazimierz has his own symbol – bun in the form of a rooster. The rooster buns are made by different bakeries and have the same taste, but are competitive on whose rooster is the “most authentic”. A one-hour boat trip on the Vistula crowns our impressions of Kazimierz Dolny. After the trip we will come back to Warsaw for dinner.

    5. Day 5 Departure

      Today you are waving goodbye to Warsaw. Your guide will get you to the airport. We hope you have discovered Warsaw and its surroundings, Polish culture, traditions and nature, and will keep this emotions for your lifetime. We are always happy to become your devoted companion for your future travels!


    Overall Rating
    Reviewed On 13/02/2019

    Wonderful trip. All drivers and guides were on time and professional. Hotels were perfect.