Tour Warsaw - Krakow - Prague

Price: 689.00 EUR
Countries: Czechia, Poland

Number of days: 9
Country/City: Poland/Warsaw, Poland/Krakow, Czechia/Prague

This wonderful budget  tour, we do recommend for those, who want to see highlights of Warsaw, Krakow, Prague,- eght nights of accommodation at three and four star hotels , English speaking escort and drivers, transport and guide service.

 1st day: Arrival to Warsaw
Check into your hotel, meet our Tour manager. Dinner
Overnight in Warsaw.

2nd day: Warsaw After breakfast City Tour
Warsaw has been the capital of Poland since 1596. It is a beautiful, amazing city full of contrasts. There are lots of people from all over Poland and it is a very vibrant, modern, but green city.It has a rich and interesting history, is the birthplace world famous Maria Skłodowska-Curie (the Nobel Prize winner in chemistry and physics) and Fryderyk Chopin (the great musician and composer). The Old Town of Warsaw was razed to the ground during the Second World War, but it was faithfully rebuilt and is now registered in the UNESCO list as a World Heritage Site Enjoy a tour of Warsaw to introduce the highlights of the city: the Old Town with a lovely Market Square and the Barbican, the majestic Royal Castle. Drive the Royal Route with Presidential Palace, the Tomb of Unknown Soldier, the Holy Cross church with the heart of Chopin buried there, and walk around the Lazienki Park with its famous Chopin Monument and Palace on the Water. dinner and overnight in Warsaw
Overnight in Warsaw.

3rd day: Warsaw - Czestochowa - Krakow
After breakfast transfer to Krakow via Czestochowa Visit Jasna Gora (Mons Clara) - order of the Pauline Monastery, dinner 
Overnight in Krakow.

4th day: Krakow
Breakfast walking tour through the old part of Krakow with local, licensed guide The historic centre of Krakow is situated at the foot of the Wawel Castle (entrance fee included), the former residence of the Polish kings. It was built in Renesance style during the reign of Sigismundus I and his Italian wife Bona Sforza. After the fire that consumed the majority of the castle, Wawel was rebuilt in Baroque style. Worth seeing on the Wawel Hill are: the Gothic Cathedral where Polish kings are buried, Royal Chambers, Sigismundus’ Bell, treasures and armaments. The Market Square, the largest one in the medieval Europe, is framed by tenement houses, palaces and churches with their magnificent interiors. The Cloth Hall (Sukiennice) houses plenty of shopping stalls and cafes. On the first floor there is the Gallery of Polish nineteenth-century art with its rich collection of paintings and sculptures. Next to the Cloth Hall is the Town Hall Tower (Wieza Ratuszowa) - the only surviving part of the medieval Town Hall which was destroyed in the early 19th century. St. Mary’s Church with its two beautiful towers is the most imposing building of the Market Square. It is famous for the magnificent late Gothic wooden altar. The church functioned for a long time as a municipal watch-tower. For centuries a bugle-call (Hejnal) has been played every hour from its windows into the four quarters of the globe; its melody stops abruptly in memory of the death of a watchman hit by a Tartar arrow dinner
Overnight in Krakow.

5th day: Krakow – Wieliczka Salt Mine – Krakow breakfast Transfer to Wieliczka, Visit Salt Mine
Wieliczka - a historic salt mine,the only mine construction in the world that worked constantly from the Middle Ages to our times. Since 1978 it has been listed among UNESCO's World Heritage sites. Its original excavations (tunnels, inclined planes, operating chambers, lakes, wells) whose total length is about 300 km, have been arranged on 9 levels and reach a depth of 327 m. In historical times, between the eleventh and twelfth centuries, Wieliczka was one of the largest salt centers in Europe. Today it is an absolutely gorgeous salt museum with dozens of underground salt statues
Return to your hotel in Krakow, where you will have some free time before farewell Polish dinner. dinner.
Overnight in Krakow.

 6th day: Krakow – Zakopane – Krakow Breakfast Full day tour to Zakopane
Visit Zakopane - a town in the extreme south of Poland and is part of the Podhale region. It is known informally as "the winter capital of Poland”. It is a popular destination for mountaineering and skiing. The town is known as a place where you can experience picturesque highlander culture -unique styles of food, speech, architecture, music, and costume. Among other attractions there is a funicular on the Gubałówka mountain where a continuous steel cable is attached to a pair of tram-like carriages set at a steep angle on narrow gauge rails.
Transfer back to Krakow Dinner
Overnight in Krakow.

7th day: Krakow - Prague breakfast Transfer to Prague Accommodation
In the evening - Vltava cruise with dinner
Enjoy a unique view of the panorama of Prague Castle and beautifully illuminated Prague highlights.
Overnight in Prague.

 8th day: Prague
After breakfast Guided tour of Prague Our guide will take you through the Old Town , Spanish Synagogue, St. Agnes Monastery, Republic Square, Municipal House, Powder Tower, Masaryk Railway Station, State Opera House, National Museum, Wenceslas Square, New Town Hall, Charles Square, Dancing House, National Theatre, Charles Bridge, Rudolfinum Music Hall, Petrin Hill with look-out tower, Manes Bridge, Lesser Town, Pohorelec and Strahov Monastery, Czernin Palace – Ministry of foreign affairs, Loreto Prague, Prague Castle, Royal Summer House, The Straka Academy – Government of the Czech Republic, Josefov – Jewish Town, The Old-New Synagogue. Dinner.
Overnight in Prague.

9th day: Prague Departure day
Your holiday ends with breakfast this morning.

Price includes:

  • 8 nights accommodation at 3 and 4star hotels in Warsaw,Krakow,Prague
  • BB,SNGL/DBL/TWIN/TRPL accommodation
  • English speaking escort / another language is upon request
  • English speaking guides / another language is upon request
  • Private bus transfers between cities
  • Dinners

Price excludes:

  • Entrance fees
  • Arrival and departure transfers from/to Warsaw airport
  • Flight and Train tickets
  • Travel health insurance

Price: per person / in room / for package

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