The many faces of Poland are revealed on a program featuring four UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Discover Warsaw’s dynamic past with a three-night stay. Travel to Kraków for four nights, with an excursion to its Jewish heart of Kazimierz. In Poland’s spiritual heartland, Czestochowa, see the notable Pauline Monastery of Jasna Góra. Take a guided tour of “the Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland,” the Wieliczka Salt Mine, and witness the solemn grounds of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Attend a recital featuring the works of Polish composer Frédéric Chopin and dine on authentic regional cuisine throughout.
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- Group Travel Tour, International Land & Rail Voyages
- Departure Dates
- May 16, 2020 - May 24, 2020
Hotel Bristol, Warsaw
A landmark on the city skyline, the legendary, Five-Star Hotel Bristol has been restored to its former glory. Elegant art nouveau interiors have retained their historic character and the comfortable rooms are the most luxurious in Poland. Since its grand unveiling in 1901, the Bristol has played an integral role in Warsaw life, hosting visiting dignitaries and heads of royal families. Located at the heart of the historical Old Town, the hotel provides attentive service, a welcoming ambiance and Five-Star amenities.
Sheraton Grand Kraków Hotel
Set along the Vistula River, at the foot of Wawel Castle, the deluxe Sheraton Grand Kraków is the perfect, centrally located base from which to explore the city’s cultural treasures. Extremely comfortable rooms are modern, spacious and well‑appointed, and the personable staff provide warm and attentive service. Amenities include restaurants/bars, an indoor pool, fitness center and sauna. The rooftop terrace provides memorable views over Wawel Castle.
- day May 16
Depart the U.S.
- day May 17
Check into the Five‑Star Hotel Bristol
- day May 18
Panoramic city tour, featuring the Jewish Ghetto, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Palace of Culture and Sciences. Walking tour of the Stare Miasto (Old Town) with a visit to St. John’s Archcathedral. Visit to the Warsaw Uprising Museum. Visit to the POLIN Museum.
- day May 19
Excursion to Łazienki Park and a visit to Łazienki Palace. Tour of the Royal Castle to see the Canaletto Room, and two Rembrandt paintings.
An exclusively arranged piano recital of Chopin’s music.
- day May 20
Check in to the deluxe Sheraton Grand Kraków Hotel. Excursion to Częstochowa to see the revered Black Madonna. Exclusively arranged visit to the Jasna Góra Monastery Library (closed to the public).
- day May 21
Walking tour of the Old Town; visit to 14th‑century Mariacki (St. Mary’s) Basilica. Visit to Czartoryski Museum to see Leonardo da Vinci’s Lady with an Ermine. Tour of the Jewish Quarter, Kazimierz.
- day May 22
Walking tour of Wawel Castle, part of Kraków’s Old Town. Excursion to Wieliczka Salt Mine.
- day May 23
Tour of memorial and museum Auschwitz‑Birkenau.
- day May 24
Kraków/Return to the U.S.
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