In order to emerge as a proud, independent nation, ready to assume its new position in modern history, Poland survived centuries of war. Visitors to Poland learn what the locals have known for a long time, that Poland is a country rich in beautiful culture, scenic landscapes and unusual historical sites. Visitors are sure to bring away rich memories, whether they are visiting the vibrant cities of the nation, the lakes and forests of its picturesque countryside or any of the other tourist attractions in Poland.
Castle Wawel : Since the Paleolithic Period, people have lived on the site of Wawel Castle. The castle itself was first built in the 14th century under the order of Casimir III the Great, a Polish ruler. The Gothic castle is home to the only surviving piece of the Jewels of the Polish Crown, the famed Szczerbiec Sword of Coronation. Decorated with symbols and floral designs, to hold a small shield, the blade is notched, giving the weapon its nickname, the Jagged Sword.
Birkenau-Auschwitz : A visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau is a powerful experience that can hardly be described by words. When tourists reach the entrance to the memorial and museum in Oswiecim, Poland, the enormous scale of the notorious Nazi concentration camp is the first thing that hits them. More than 25 million people visited Auschwitz-Birkenau, dedicated to the memory of the camp murders during the Second World War.
The Lakeland Masurian : The Masurian Lake District, situated in an region that includes the lower Vistula River to the border with Lithuania, comprises more than 2,000 lakes linked by an extensive canal and river system. The Masurian Lakeland is the most popular destination for tourism in the lake districts of Europe. In the villages that surround the lakes, hotels, guest houses and camp sites are numerous, and visitors also ride by bicycle or boat to explore the scenic area.
Slowinski Dunes of Sand : The Slowinski Sand Dunes are situated in northern Poland and are part of the Slowinski National Park on the Baltic Sea coast. The park is named after the Slovaks who once lived there, and an open-air museum features objects of their culture in the town of Kluki. As waves and wind bring sand onshore, the dunes themselves are shaped and can reach as high as 30 metres. With the season, their shapes alter and are known as the' moving dunes.'
Castle Malbork :The Teutonic Knights, who used it as their headquarters to help defeat Polish enemies and rule their own northern Baltic territories, built Malbork Castle in 1274. Until their retreat to Königsburg in 1466, the castle was extended several times to host the increasing number of Knights. It is the most popular tourist attraction in the city of Malbork today.
Salt Mine Wieliczka : The Wieliczka Salt Mine is located on the outskirts of Krakow and is considered one of the world's oldest businesses. Salt has been continuously mined from the site since the 13th century. New sculptures from contemporary artists are supplemented by hundreds of ancient sculptures carved from salt.
Forest of Bialowieza : A large remnant of the primaeval forests that once covered most of Europe is the Bialowieza Forest. The border between Poland and the Republic of Belarus straddles the forest, and there are border crossings for visitors on foot or by bicycle. About 800 wisent, a protected species of European bison, is native to the Bialowieza Forest. Although the wisent are held inside fenced areas, either on foot or in horse-drawn carriages, guided tours are available.
New Town Gdansk : Located on the Baltic coast, the history of the city of Gdansk includes a long occupation by Teutonic Knights of the 14th century whose fortresses strongly contrasted with the current city known as the Altstadt or "Old Town." Casimir IV of Poland allowed the Teutonic Knights to demolish the structures built in the 15th century. The Old Town area of Gdansk contains several buildings from the 17th century, including granaries, mills and churches.
New Market Place in Warsaw For five centuries, Warsaw and the city's central marketplace were the core of Polish culture, established in the late 13th century. During World War II, the original Old Town Market Place was demolished, but almost immediately after the war ended, it was carefully restored. The market square contains a bronze sculpture of the mermaid of Warsaw, the emblem of the capital of Poland.
Tumski Ostrów : One of the oldest areas in Wroclaw is this beautiful island. There are many prominent monuments on this island, connected by the Oder River, such as the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist (restored after World War II), the Holy Cross and the Collegiate Church of Saint Bartholomew. The area has some impressive architecture. The aesthetic and historic buildings here charm you.
The Beach of the River Vistula : In the centre of Warsaw, the Vistula serves as a district for entertainment and leisure activities. The beach, the stretch of natural grasslands and various indigenous bird species make this location, with its vibrant colours and magical atmosphere, a spectacular place to chill in the city. This place certainly tops Poland's list of most beautiful places to visit!
Most beautiful city in Poland
Malbork : The most beautiful castles in Europe, with all their glory and beauty, can be found in the quaint town of Malbork. With a serene view of each of the historical and architectural sites to visit in this country, for every kind of traveller, this place has something in store. Don't forget to stop by to indulge in the authentic flavours of this town at some of the nearby shops.
Gda?sk : Gdansk, regarded as the location where the Solidarity movement began in Poland, is a must-visit spot for its shipyards. A boat trip around the port will cause you to witness some of the best views and while you're here, you can certainly head straight to try some Polish beer. What's more, for travellers to discover, the Royal Road and the Old Town have some surprising hidden secrets!
Bydgoszcz : Bydgoszcz in Poland, considered to have some of the finest universities and schools, is a cosmopolitan city to visit. It's one of those places where by visiting the numerous theatres and music centres in the city you can pamper the artist in you. At Nicolaus Copernicus Square and Bydgoszcz Pantheon, don't miss out while you're here.
Salt Mine Wieliczka : The Wieliczka Salt Mine, another UNESCO site, has been open since the Middle Ages and it takes about 2 hours to visit the entire site. This mine is as deep as 140 feet below the surface of the earth and has plenty of stairs to help burn calories. As for some tourists, the feeling of travelling through this beautiful site often feels like heading towards the centre of the Earth.
The Forest of Bia?owie?a : The Bia?owie?a Forest, covering an area of more than 3,000 kilometres, is one of the rawest and most untouched types of scenic beauty that you can visit in Poland and is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is the speciality of this area to have a wide range of trees such as oaks as old as 500 years. If you're lucky, one of the many wild animals present here, including golden eagles, European bison and deer, can be seen.
About the Royal Palace : The Royal Palace is home to the Wroclaw Historical Museum, which illustrates the city's historical practises through immersive exhibits such as the Millennium of Wroclaw. This palace has a Baroque style garden and royal apartments, making it one of the places to visit in Poland.
Departing from Chennai airport.
Arrive in Warsaw and check-into your hotel.
Overnight in Warsaw
After Breakfast to visit Lazienki Royal Park.
Transfer to the old Jewish quarter and see the remnants of the former Jewish Ghetto and Holocaust memorials like Umschlagplatz and Ghetto Heroes Monument.
In the Old Town, a UNESCO Heritage Site, stroll through the cobbled streets leading from the Royal Castle through the Market Square and Barbican to the New Town, soaking up the medieval atmosphere.
Overnight in Warsaw.
Transfer to Kazimierz Dolny, a picturesque artists’ town situated on the banks of Vistula, full of renaissance architecture and surrounded by lush countryside.
To visit Market Square , Gothic Parish Church, Fragments of a XIV century castle and Three Crosses’ Mountain.
Next to visit The Vistula valley, Kazimierz and the Janowiec Castle. and Kazimierz Landscape Park.
In the afternoon arrive in Zamosc and stroll through the perfectly preserved XVI century Renaissance town also known as the “Padua of the North”.
Its original fortifications and an impressive amount of combined Italian and Central European architecture earned it a place on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
Overnight in Zamosc
After breakfast take in the fine views of Polish countryside en route to the village of Zalipie.
This picturesque little town has been enchanting its visitors for the past 80 years with its exquisite techniques of folk painting used by the locals to decorate their houses with colorful flower designs.
Visit the Painters’ hut museum to find various examples of traditional folk art of the area.
Overnight in Krakow.
Morning breakfast at Hotel.
Krakow, the former royal capital, fully deserves its position on the first ever published UNESCO World Heritage List.
Visit the Wawel Hill with the XIV century cathedral, The Wawel Royal Castle, Market Square, The famous Mariacka Basilica and The Town Hall Tower.
Overnight in Krakow.
In the morning transfer to the Auschwitz.
Birkenau Museum in Oswiecim (a unique in its kind UNESCO site being the largest extermination camp in the world and a world symbol of terror, genocide and Holocaust)
Afterwards transfer to Czestochowa.
To Visit Monastery of Jasna Gora famous for the painting of Black Madonna, attracting pilgrimages from around the world since XIV century.
Visit the basilica, the Chapel of Our Lady with the revered Black Madonna, the Treasury and the Armory.
Return to Warsaw.
Overnight in Warsaw.
After breakfast at Hotel and then check out from Hotel.
Then transfer to airport for your departure from Warsaw.
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English Speaking Guide *
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Luxury & Comfort Vehicle Transfer for all sightseeing
Return Airport Transfer