DAY 1 WARSAW (lunch, dinner)
The transfer time from the airport to the center of Warsaw is about 30 minutes (8km)
Arrival at the Warsaw Chopin Airport in the morning. Transfer to the hotel, check-in and time to refresh. Then a Warsaw City Tour which we will begin with the Old Town which is the oldest urban center in Warsaw, on which medieval architecture prevails. During the Second World War 90% of it was destroyed. Following its excellent reconstruction, it was brought onto the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1980. It is the location of the Royal Castle, which was the seat of the authorities and the king. Today, the characteristic shape of the castle with the ClockTower (from which every day at 11:15 am a bugle call is played) opens the way to the Old Town, we will also see King Sigismund III Vasa’s Column, which is located on the longest street of Old Town - Piwna street or the Statue of the Warsaw Mermaid, which is located in center of the Old Town Market Square, surrounded by a fountain which lets you cool down in hot weather. Walking towards the Old Town Market we will admire the Fukier’s House, a tenement house located on the Varsovian Old Town between the Old Town Market Square and Piwna street. Next, we will admire monuments such as the Warsaw Barbacan built in 1548 as the part of the Warsaw fortified walls, Old Town Fortifications which are a part of the Barbacan, and the Little Insurrectionist statue, which stands at the outer defensive wall of the Old Town, commemorating the youngest participants of the Warsaw Uprising. Lunch in a local restaurant. After the meal, a walk down the Krakowskie Przedmiescie, where the Presidential Palace, the Monument of Prince Joseph Poniatowski and the MonumentofBoleslawPrus are located. Then we walk towards the Monument of the Marshall Jozef Pilsudski from where we will walk to the Pilsudski Square, the location of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and next to the Saxon Garden, where there will be some free time for independent walks. Dinner in a local restaurant and return to the hotel.
DAY 2 WARSAW (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
After breakfast we will walk to Lazienki Park– the summer residence of king Stansilaw August Poniatowski. As we explore it, we will visit such pearls of European architecture as the Palace on the Isle, one of the most valuable Polish classicist monuments, the Old Orangery – the location of the Royal Sculpture Gallery with plaster copies of the most famous sculptures of the ancient world, the Myslewicki Palace, where original polychromes have survived, among others views of Rome and Venice, the White House – the first building erected from the ground up by Stanislaw August Poniatowski, the Podchorazowka with Ignacy Jan Paderewski's Memorabilia, or the picturesque Amphitheater. We will also see the Belvedere – a palace located at the Belwederska street. The name ''Belvedere'' is also used for the entire palace and park complex, and also Monument of Frederic Chopin – a secession monument depicting a cast bronze figure of the composer sitting under a stylized Mazovian willow. In the gardens of Lazienki you walk down pathways and alleys among trees. At our disposal is: the Royal Garden, the Romantic Garden, the Modernist Garden and the Chinese Garden. Lunch at a local restaurant. After the meal we will walk to the Palace of Culture and Science, the tallest building in Poland, with 44 floors and 3288 rooms, where on the 30th floor there is an observation deck at 114 meters. Free time for shopping in Warsaw’s ‘’Golden Terraces’’. Dinner in a local restaurant and return to the hotel.
DAY 3 WARSAW (breakfast, lunch)
The transfer time from the center of Warsaw to the airport is about 30 minutes (8km)
Check out from the rooms after breakfast. A visit to the Copernicus Science Center,the purpose of which is to promote and popularize scientific communication. Visitors get to know the laws of nature by personally conducting experiments on the interactive exhibitions. The permanent exhibitions consist of hundreds of interactive posts placed in six permanent galleries: the World of Motion (issues associated with movement as a physical phenomenon), Man and the Environment (issues focused on the human being and their surroundings), the Roots of Civilization (issues presenting the history of human civilization and its most important inventions, such as the radio, the Internet or film), the Light Zone (the gallery utilizes a noir-style crime story to shows the issues related to physical light), Generation (a gallery for the so-called young adults, many exhibits refer to psychological and sociological phenomena) or Bzzz! (a gallery designed for children up to the age of 6 that presents issues related to nature in an accessible way). Lunch in a local restaurant. After the meal a cruise on the Vistula, during which we can sightsee Warsaw and at the same time – relax. After the cruise, a visit to the PGE National Stadium, the multifunctional sports stadium located on Ksiaze Jozef Poniatowski Avenue, built in 2008-2011. After the sporting emotions a transfer to the Warsaw Chopin Airport two hours before the planned departure.
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