DAY 1 WROCLAW (lunch,dinner)
The transfer time from the Wroclaw airport to the Wroclaw city center is about 40 minutes (13 km)
Arrival. at the Wroclaw - Strachowice Airport in the morning. Transfer to the hotel, accommodation and time for refreshment. Then we will go on a tour of Wrocław, which will start with the Market Square, where there are many valuable monuments, such as the Wrocław City Hall, a late Gothic building, one of the best preserved historical town halls in Poland and one of the main architectural monuments of this beautiful city, the Tourist Dwarf who, like no other Wrocław dwarf, knows the world, the Count Aleksander Fredro Monument located on the southern frontage of Wroclaw’s Market Square or the Football Fountain located on the square at the corner of Szewska Street and Sw. Mikołaja Street, which owes its name to elements resembling soccer balls. After the walk we will go for lunch in a local restaurant. Next, we will go to the Sky Tower lookout point located on the roof of the shopping gallery. It was created to delight all lovers of fantastic views. Access to the lookout point located on the 49th floor of the skyscraper takes place in a high-speed elevator. The culmination of our trip will be a visit to the Museum of Art in Wrocław, where we will be able to admire the Racławice Panorama. It is one of the few places in the world where you can admire a relic of 19th century mass culture. The enormous painting (15x114m) is the first and only surviving Polish work of this kind. The authors of the idea wanted mainly to commemorate national traditions on the 100th anniversary of the Kosciuszko Uprising and the victorious battle fought on 4 April 1794 at Racławice by the insurgent army under the command of General Tadeusz Kosciuszko. In the evening we will go to an amazing show of the Multimedia Fountain, surrounded by a pergola near the Centennial Hall. It is the largest fountain in Poland and one of the largest in Europe, because it has an area of about 1 ha. Dinner at a local restaurant. Return to the hotel.
DAY 2 CZESTOCHOWA (breakfast,lunch,dinner)
The transfer time from the Wroclaw city center to Czestochowa is about 2 hours 30 minutes (200 km)
After breakfast a drive to Czestochowa. We will start the tour from the Old Town, located on the left bank of the Warta River, the location of i.a.: St. Sigismund's Church - one of the monuments of Częstochowa. A walk towards the Archicathedral of the Holy Family, a neo-Gothic basilica which is one of the largest churches in Poland, 100 m long. It was built at the beginning of the 20th century, the front elevation is crowned with 2 towers and a ridge turret. Lunch in a local restaurant. A walk towards the Town Hall - a symbol of Czestochowa and the main seat of the Museum in the city. It is a reminder of the origins of present-day Czestochowa. Then a visit to Jasna Gora – the Sanctuary and Pauline Fathers Monastery - the beginnings of the monastery date back to the 14th century. One of the most important elements is the Chapel of Our Lady with the painting of Our Lady of Czestochowa, famous for many miracles, presented in a Baroque, ebony altar. While there, you can also visit: the Jasna Gora Tower - the tallest in Poland, the Arsenal, the Treasury, the St. Roch Bastion, the Knight's Hall, the Jasna Gora Golgotha, the Museum of the 600th anniversary of Jasna Gora. Free time for sightseeing the city, shopping for souvenirs or gifts for your loved ones, coffee in one of Czestochowa’s cafes. Dinner in a local restaurant. Return to the hotel. Overnight accommodation.
DAY 3 KATOWICE (breakfast,lunch,dinner)
The transfer time from the Czestochowa city center to the Katowice city center is about 1 hour 10 minutes (70 km)
After breakfast a drive to Katowice. The tour will begin with the Silesian Insurgents' Monument - a monument commemorating three seditions of the Silesian population against the German authorities, aimed at winning the annexation of Upper Silesia to Poland. A walk in the direction of the Spodek - a sports and entertainment hall, one of many symbols of Katowice. Next, the Polish National Radio Symphony Orchestra. A walk in the direction of the Main Market Square located in the city center. A stroll towards the Wyspianski Theatre, where the largest dramatic stage of the whole Upper Silesia is located. Lunch at a local restaurant. A walk along one of the most famous streets of Katowice, i.e. Mariacka Street. Its name derives from St. Mary's Church, to which it leads. In 2008 the street was transformed into a promenade. Today it is mainly known as an entertainment center, because there are many bars and pubs there. However, its religious significance must not be forgotten. The next stop of our trip will be the Archicathedral of Christ the King. Built between 1927 and 1955 in classicist style according to architects' design. Drive to a huge shopping center - the Silesia City Center. Time for shopping. Drive to the nearby Chorzow Park, near which there is the Chorzow Zoo and the Legendia Funfair. Time for independent walks in the park. Dinner in a local restaurant. Return to the hotel. Overnight accommodation.
DAY 4 CRACOW (breakfast, lunch,dinner)
The transfer time from the Katowice city center to the Cracow city center is about 1 hour 20 minutes (86 km)
After breakfast a tour of Cracow City which will run along the Royal Route. We will start the tour at Wawel Hill, the location of the Cathedral with the gilded dome, and the Royal Castle under which, as legend has it, was possible to meet the Dragon of Wawel. Lunch at local restaurant. After lunch, a walk along Grodzka Street towards the Market Square. On the way you will be able to admire such monuments as St. Idzi's Church, St. Andrew's Church and St. Paul's and Peter's Church. After a few minutes we will reach the Market Square, where we will visit the Draper's Hall, St. Mary's Church and we will see the Town Hall Tower. Walking farther along Florianska Street we will reach the Barbican, a part of the northernmost municipal fortifications of Cracow. The tour ends at Matejko Square. Free time in the historic city, which can be spent walking around the city, buying souvenirs or taking a rest in the cafes. Dinner at a local restaurant and return to the hotel.
DAY 5 KIELCE (breakfast,lunch,dinner)
The transfer time from the Cracow city center to the Kielce city center it is about 2hours 5minutes (120 km)
After breakfast a drive to Kielce. The tour will start with a visit to the Nature Reserve - an inanimate nature reserve, which houses the Kadzielnia Amphitheatre, astonishing all visitors. A walk towards the Monument to the Fighters for National and Social Liberation, dedicated to the memory of the inhabitants of the Kielce region. Lunch in a local restaurant. After the meal we will continue in the direction of the Palace of the Bishops of Krakow - a baroque palace in Kielce. It is the former residence of the bishops of Krakow. The best preserved original early baroque palace residence from the first half of the 17th century in Poland. At present, it houses the National Museum of Kielce. A walk along the Sienkiewicza Street - a representative street of Kielce, combining its historic character with a modern shopping street. It is about 1270 m long. This street is intersected by a red city trail leading through historic and interesting tourist places in Kielce. Time for walks, sightseeing on one's own or shopping. Dinner in a local restaurant. Return to the hotel. Overnight accommodation.
DAY 6 CRACOW (breakfast)
The transfer time from the Kielce city center to the Cracow – Balice airport is about 2 hours 20 minutes (126 km)Contact us
Check out after a breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Transfer to the Cracow – Balice Airport two hours before the planned departure.