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Classic Polish Triangle

7 days
6 nights





$ 1,190.00 (Midrange (min.2 people) Double occupancy)
$ 1,510.00 (Midrange (min.2 people) Single occupancy )
$ 1,335.00 (Upscale (min. 2 people) Double occupancy)
$ 1,745.00 (Upscale (min. 2 people) Single occupancy )
$ 1,950.00 (Midrange (only 1 person))
$ 2,180.00 (Upscale (only 1 person))


Mar 01, 2020 - Oct 31, 2020 Starts every Friday. This program and its starting dates can be customized to match your needs and preferences.


MIDRANGE: *** hotel in Warsaw, *** hotel in Krakow, *** hotel in Wroclaw
UPSCALE: **** hotel in Warsaw, **** hotel in Krakow, **** hotel in Wroclaw


  • accommodation and breakfasts: 2 nights in Warsaw, 2 nights in Krakow and 2 nights in Wroclaw
  • all airport/train station transfers
  • private guided tours in Warsaw (including private transport), Kraków and Wroclaw
  • participation in Chopin piano concert in Warsaw
  • private full-day tour to Auschwitz and Wieliczka (including entrance tickets to the guided tour in English in both places)
  • private full-day tour: Mysterious Silesia or the Churches of Peace (please select one tour)
  • entrance tickets: St. Mary’s Church presbytery and Wawel cathedral
  • train tickets from Warsaw to Kraków (express train, II class) and from Krakow to Wroclaw (express train, II class)
  • all taxes included

Not included in price:

If your tour includes one of public holidays in Poland (1st May, 3rd May, 25th May, 5th June, 15th Jun, 15th Aug, 3rd Oct, 1st Nov, 11th Nov, 24th Dec, 25th Dec, 26th Dec, 31st Dec) then the rate needs to be reconfirmed by us due to the high season rates in the hotels.


 If you have seven days to explore Poland, we would like to invite you to discover the treasures of three Polish pearls – Warsaw, Krakow and Wroclaw. Many of our customers claim that they found Wroclaw to be the biggest revelation of their time in Poland. If you are looking for something different, we recommend heading out for picturesque environs outside the city such as fascinating places like Ksiaz, Swidnica or Walim, as yet relatively undiscovered and hence with a certain tempting appeal.

Day 1  : Warsaw

Welcome meeting at the airport or the train station with our driver who will take you to a centrally located hotel in Warsaw. Rest of the day is free for leisure. Recommended activities:

  • viewing terrace on the 31st Floor of the Palace of Culture and Science
  • museums: Warsaw Uprising, Fryderyk Chopin or the Museum of the History of Polish Jews

Day 2  : Sightseeing Warsaw

After breakfast, enjoy a 3-hour introductory tour of Warsaw. It will include transfers and the sightseeing of the very best of the city: the charming Old Town painstakingly rebuilt from scratch after WW II, the area of the former Jewish Ghetto, the busy downtown, the elegant Royal Route and Łazienki Royal Gardens.
To conclude the day, we shall invite you to the Chopin Piano concert taking place in the Old Town, close to the Royal Castle.

Day 3  : On the way to Krakow. Visit th old capital of Poland.

We’ll arrange transfer to the railway station where you will board the express train to Kraków. The journey shouldn’t take more than 3,5 hours. In Kraków our local driver will welcome you at the arrival platform and transfer you to the hotel.
Meet one of the best local guides to explore the historic city, in particular the largest medieval square in Europe with the 16th-century Cloth Hall in its centre and the world’s largest Gothic altar in the splendid St. Mary’s Basilica. Also take some time to walk the cobblestone streets of the Old Town up the ceremonial route to Wawel Hill and the castle of the Polish monarchs. This comprehensive tour will take 4 hours.
Evening: free time.


A full day private tour with your personal, English speaking driver who will take care of all the arrangements.
We will explore Auschwitz which has unfortunately become a grim symbol of our civilization. Our tour will include the Holocaust Museum in Auschwitz I, as well as the less frequently visited Auschwitz II – Birkenau, the extermination camp itself.
After visiting Auschwitz, you will travel to the Wieliczka Salt Mines, a fascinating monument of engineering which dates back to the 13th century. The subterranean universe comprises over 300 km of galleries hewn into the rock and salt deposits.


After breakfast we’ll arrange transfer to the railway station where you will board the express train to Wroclaw. The journey shouldn’t take more than 3,5 hours. In Wroclaw our local driver will welcome you at the arrival platform and transfer you to the hotel.
During a 3-hour walk around the city, our guide will show you the most important and impressive sites. Wroclaw is situated on 12 islands, and by visiting the oldest part of the city you’ll visit the most significant of them, Ostrow Tumski (the Cathedral Island). This is the place where St. John the Baptist’s Cathedral and the two-storey Gothic Holy Cross Church were constructed in the 13th Century. Then we’ll continue our walk to the University, with its magnificent Baroque hall of Aula Leopoldina. The tour ends with a stroll around the Market Square, where you’re bound to be amazed by the beauty of the Gothic City Hall.
Evening: free time.

Day 6  : WROCLAW

Decide by yourself how you would like to spend this day. You can choose between one of two equally interesting, but different complimentary tour options. Both are private, so you’ll travel with in comfort by car with a professional and personal English-speaking driver/guide:

The magical mystery Silesian tour is for romantics who like chivalrous stories from the middle ages and an atmosphere of imposing castles and strongholds. A chauffeured limousine leads you to the mediaeval castles in Bolkow and Ksiaz, as well as to the impressive Walim mines.
Ksiaz (Fuerstenstein in German) is the biggest and most imposing of the Silesian castles; do not miss its fairytale setting and interesting interiors. Another Gothic castle, Bolkow, dates back to the 14th century and although it is now in ruins it attracts many tourists due to its romantic location on a tall hill.
The third stop is the mysterious underworld of Walim. Hitler started to build it during World War II. The “Riese” project was never finished, but during a mysterious walk in the underground museum you will get to absorb the strangeness of this enormous underworld city of corridors and secret walls

If you are interested in architectural marvels, this private chauffeured limousine tour is especially for you.
You will have the opportunity to see Swidnica, a small town with a very interesting Evangelical (Augsburg denomination) Church of Peace, which is the largest timber-framed religious building of its kind in Europe. This beautifully decorated church, similarly to the church in the town of Jawor, was built after the Thirty-years’ war as a manifestation of a limited religious tolerance in the Catholic Habsburg monarchy. In 2001 these special churches were added to the UNESCO list.
The next impressive edifice is the magnificent basilica located in Wambierzyce, also called the Silesian Jerusalem. One of the greatest of Wambierzyce’s attractions is the spectacle of the biggest Polish nativity play – a mobile mechanism made of 800 wooden figures.

Day 7  : Last day in Wroclaw

Depending on your flight/train schedule, our driver will take you either to the airport in Wroclaw or to the railway station. If you plan to continue to Warsaw or to other destinations in Poland or Central Europe to extend your tour, we will be glad to assist with further arrangements.