Private tour to Krakow, Warsaw and Gdansk

Private tour to Krakow, Warsaw and Gdansk

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Trip Overview

Set off on an exploration of Poland's main treasures in 11 days. Begin in historic Krakow and see Market square and St. Mary's Cathedral. Then on to charming Wroclaw and its Ostrow Tumski old town. Continue to the capital city Warsaw to get an insight of royal residences located all along the Royal Route and see the Barbican. As a grand tour finale explore Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia also called as Tricity.

Tour type:
Private tour
Tour rating:
4.79 / 5, Based on
  • HOTELS
  • 4-star central hotels
    Standard rooms
    10 nights
  • TRANSPORT
  • Private airport-hotel transfers
    3 train rides
  • SIGHTSEEING
  • 4 guided city tours
    3 day tours
    4 entrance tickets
  • MEALS
  • 10 buffet breakfasts

Day-by-Day

Day 1

Arrival to Krakow

Welcome to beautiful Poland, a country which has become a popular tourist destination for its medieval architecture, charming nature and delicious cuisine. Your guide meets you at the arrivals hall of Krakow airport and brings you to your centrally-located hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free.

 

Day 2

Krakow City Tour

Today following breakfast your guide takes you for a 3-hours panoramic walking tour around the charming Krakow. Having escaped destruction during World War II, the city retains its charming medieval shape.

Krakow life revolves around the largest square in Europe known as the Market square, where several of its architectural and cultural landmarks can be found. In the middle of the square, there is the magnificent 14th-century Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), which today hosts a market selling local artifacts and souvenirs on the ground floor. Opposite the Cloth Hall is the St. Mary's Cathedral, world famous for its altar carved by Wit Stwosz. You enter the cathedral to explore its interiors.

Then you walk along Kanonicza and Grodzka Streets, see the Collegium Maius, Jewish District of Kazimierz and magnificent Wawel Hill with a splendid 14th-century cathedral.

After the tour the rest of the day is free.

 

Day 3

Free Day or Optional Tour

Today you have a free day to enjoy stunning Krakow on your own or to take an optional tour carefully prepared for you.

  • Optional tour: Tour to Auschwitz
  • Optional tour: Day Trip to Zakopane
  • Optional tour: Dunajec River Rafting​
  • Optional tour: Tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine

 

Day 4

Trip to Wroclaw

Today following breakfast you check out from the hotel and your driver takes you to the train station. There you take a 3-hour train to Wroclaw, a beautiful city located in western Poland.

Upon arrival, your private driver meets you at the platform and takes you to your hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free.

 

Day 5

Wroclaw City Tour

Today you are invited to a 3-hour walking city tour around the most important sights of Wroclaw, the city which bears the stamp of different cultures.

During the tour, your private guide helps you to take in all the must-see highlights of the city. You start with Wroclaw’s Main Market, the second-largest in Poland. You proceed to the Town Hall to adore one of the most important examples of Gothic architecture in central and eastern Europe. You also visit the oldest part of the city – Ostrow Tumski. This is a good place to learn about the long and complex history of Wroclaw, which goes back thousands of years.

After the tour the rest of the day is free.

 

Day 6

Trip to Warsaw

Today your driver picks you up in the hotel lobby and transfers you to the train station. There you take a high-speed train to the Polish capital Warsaw.

Upon arrival, you are taken to the hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is free.

 

Day 7

Warsaw City Tour

Today following breakfast you go on a 3-hour walking city tour of the amazing Polish capital. During the tour, your guide shows you the most magnificent city sights.

You start discovering Warsaw Old Town from its central Market Square from which narrow streets lead to medieval defensive walls. You proceed with exploring the exteriors of Warsaw Barbican - one of few remaining relics of fortifications that once encircled Warsaw. Situated between the Old and New Towns, it is a major tourist attraction.

Warsaw is the city of royal residences located all along the Royal Route. As part of the tour, you enter the stunning Royal Castle located on the Castle Square, at the entrance to the Warsaw Old Town. The castle served throughout the centuries as the official Polish monarchs' residence. You also visit the impressive St. John's Cathedral.

After the tour, you walk back to your hotel located in the very heart of the city. The rest of the day is at your own leisure.

 

Day 8

Trip to Gdansk

After breakfast, you check out and your private driver takes you to a railway station, where you board a 2 hour 50 minutes train to Gdansk.

Welcome to Gdansk, the city famous for its charming Gothic style architecture! Upon arrival, you are driven to your hotel for check-in. The rest of the day is at your own leisure, so you can start exploring the local attractions on your own.

 

Day 9

Day tour of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia

Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia are also known as Tricity. These three cities have much in common, but they are also very different. Today you have a guided day tour with private transport in order to cover all the main highlights of the Tricity.

Your tour starts with Gdansk, where you see the Monument to the fallen shipyard workers of 1970, the European Solidarity Centre and the house of Lech Walesa. You also listen to a 20-minute organ concert in Oliva Cathedral.

The next stop is Sopot. There you take a stroll along the famous promenade 'Heroes of Monte Cassino Street' and the longest wooden pier in Europe - Sopot Pier. You also see the amazing Crooked house, widely renown for its distinctive shape.

The last stop for today is Gdynia, an important seaport of Gdansk Bay. During your tour, you have a chance to explore the world's oldest destroyer ORP Blyskawica. You may also climb a viewing tower to enjoy the fantastic seascape.

After the tour, you are transferred back to your Gdansk hotel.

 

Day 10

Train to Warsaw

Today following breakfast you check out and your driver takes you to the station, from where you board a return train to Warsaw.

Upon arrival to your Warsaw hotel, the rest of the day is free, so you can continue exploring the nearby attractions on your own, have lunch in a local restaurant or enjoy our optional tour.

  • Optional tour: Tour to Wilanow Palace, Warsaw

Set off on a 4-hour tour of Wilanow Palace, often called "Little Versailles" for its magnificent interiors, English park, and Italian Baroque garden. One of Poland's most important monuments, the palace used to be a residence of King Jan III Sobieski, who ruled Poland in the 17th century. During the tour together with your guide, you explore the palace’s splendid interiors as well as beautiful natural terraces of Wilanow Park.

Day 11

Departure

This is the final day of your tour. Today your driver takes you to the airport for your flight back home. We hope you enjoyed your Polish tour and wish you a safe flight!

 


Hotels

10 nights in centrally-located hotels

  • Free WiFi
  • Gym
  • Restaurant
  • Room Service

Always included:

  • Central location close to major sights
  • Buffet breakfasts
  • Free WiFi
  • Spacious beds

  • Accommodation at remarkable centrally located 4-star hotels in Krakow, Wroclaw, Warsaw and Gdansk; 
  • Delicious breakfasts at your hotels;
  • Airport transfers and all transportation according to the itinerary;
  • 1st class train tickets: Krakow - Wroclaw, Wroclaw - Warsaw and roundtrip Warsaw - Gdansk;
  • Sightseeing tours with private professional English-speaking guides in Krakow, Wroclaw and Warsaw;
  • Day tour of Gdansk, Sopot and Gdynia with professional English-speaking guide and private transport;
  • Entrance tickets to St. Mary's Cathedral, Royal Castle, Sopot Pier and ORP Blyskawica;
  • Tickets to a 20-minutes organ concert in Oliva Cathedral;
  • All tourist fees & taxes, including tourist city taxes;
  • Emergency line support during the trip.

Not included: international flights, other meals not mentioned in the program, optional tours and services, all personal expenses, gratitudies.

Tour Highlights

  • Four guided city tours: Krakow, Woclaw, Warsaw and Gdansk
  • A visit to the longest wooden pier in Europe (Sopot)
  • Organ concert in Olivia Cathedral
  • A visit to Wroclaw's main market
  • A tour of the Royal Castle

What to Know

  • It's always best to bring some cash in local currency for your spendings during the trip. You will need Polish Zloty for your time in Poland
  • You will be walking quite a bit during your sightseeing tours, so make sure to bring comfortable shoes
  • The tipping norm in Poland is to tip around 10% of the bill

Dates & Rates

Package type Price
Regular package
based on double occupancy
$2,691
Deposit $539
Single traveler
$3,991
Deposit $799
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Package type Price
Regular package
based on double occupancy
$2,691
Deposit $539
Single traveler
$3,991
Deposit $799

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