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Day 01: Warsaw
Experience the resilience of Warsaw, a city that rose from the ruins of World War II. Once you've checked in this afternoon, you may unwind with some downtime or a walk around town. Gather with your traveling companions and Tour Leader tonight at the hotel.
Day 02: Warsaw: Exploring the Old City
In the morning, you will meet with a Local Specialist who will lead you on a comprehensive tour of the area. Visit the historic and modern features of the city that has served as Poland's capital continuously since the late 16th century. Learn more about the city's recovery after WWII's destruction. Optional Experiences to Wilanów Palace are available during your leisure time.
Day 03: Explore Gdansk's Coastal Area
Visit one of Poland's oldest cities and the world's amber capital, Gdask. Join a Local Expert on a tour of the must-see locations in this Baltic hub and get a taste of the local culture. Then, take a deep dive into Polish culture by visiting the European Solidarity Centre, which documents the Solidarity movement of Polish trade unionists and citizens. Overnight
Day 4: Gdańsk Your Way
Spend a day at leisure seeing the sights of Gdask as you like. The Teutonic Order of Knights built Malbork Castle in 1274, so you may take an Optional Experience to see it, or you might just explore the ancient Long Market and Long Lane to Golden Gate and admire the architecture.
Day 05: Journey to Toruń and Cultural Wrocław
Today, you should take a detour to the medieval village of Toru, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. You'll take a tour of the city with a Local Expert, visiting the Leaning Tower, the home of famous scientist Nicolaus Copernicus, and Toru Castle,
among other landmarks. Proceed to Wroclaw, a city that was formerly known as the "Capital of Culture" in Europe. Eat supper in the comfort of your hotel tonight.
Day 06: sightseeing in Wroclaw.
Come along on a tour of the city with your Local Specialist this morning. The Wroclaw Cathedral, the Main Market Square, the Old Town Hall, and the Salt Square, a former medieval marketplace and now a flower market, are just a few of the attractions you should see to get a sense of the city's rich history and key landmarks.
Participate in some academic culture by checking out Wroclaw University's Aula Leopoldina, a baroque ceremonial hall. This afternoon, you may like to take an Extra Activity to see the UNESCO-listed Ksi Castle and the nearby widnica Church of Peace.
Day 07: Tatra Mountains and Zakopane.
The Tatra Mountains, the tallest of the Carpathian Mountains that run throughout Central Europe, is the destination of today's travel. To get a feel for the region's mountains and valleys, take a break from sightseeing in town and join an Optional Experience that travels across the area's verdant countryside. In Zakopane, at the base of the Tatra Mountains, you may have a meal with a local Polish family.
This unique Be My Guest experience will allow you to dine with a local family in the Polish Highlands while learning about their culture and traditions over a home-cooked meal including regional specialties. Overnight
Day 08: Kraków
When you take a tour with a local expert in Kraków, you may see the Royal Castle and Cathedral on Wawel Hill. St. Mary's Church and the Cloth Hall are two of the stops on your walking tour of Old Town. This evening, after supper, you might see some exciting Polish performances.
Day 09: Explore Kraków at Your Own Pace
The Wieliczka Salt Mine, also known as the Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland, is worth seeing if you're interested in seeing a church entirely hewn from rock salt and hundreds of sculptures. After lunch, you're free to wander about and take in the sights at your own pace. Treat yourself to a piece of Polish Sernik Babci in the Old Town Square, check out a classic Polish milk bar, or spend an evening listening to Polish folk music.
Day 10: Visit Auschwitz – Warsaw
Our destination this morning is Auschwitz, the infamous concentration camp and a sobering reminder of the Holocaust's atrocities. While visiting the Jasna Góra Monastery, we shared the road with a large group of Catholic pilgrims, many of whom had made the same trip for generations.
Day 11: Departure