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Poland Tour(08Days/07Nights)

Day 01

Arrival at Warsaw & Stay freely there

Overnight in Warsaw.

Day 02

City Tour at the Warsaw.

v The Old Town with the Royal Castle and the Warsaw Mermaid

v The Royal Route with the Presidential Palace and the University of Warsaw

v The Lazienki Royal Park with the Chopin Monument.

v The former Jewish district with remains of the ghetto wall

v The Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944

v The Palace of Culture and Science.

Overnight in Warsaw.

Day 03

Moving to Czestochowa

Pauline Monastery of Jasna Gora

The Jasna Góra Monastery in Częstochowa, Poland, is a shrine dedicated to the Virgin Mary and one of the country's places of pilgrimage. The image of the Black Madonna of Częstochowa, also known as Our Lady of Częstochowa, to which miraculous powers are attributed, is one of Jasna Góra's most precious treasures.

The site is one of Poland's official national Historic Monuments and is tracked by the National Heritage Board of Poland.

Auschwitz Nazi Camp

Auschwitz concentration camp was a complex of over 40 concentration and extermination camps operated by Nazi Germany in occupied Poland (in a portion annexed into Germany in 1939) during World War II and the Holocaust. It consisted of Auschwitz I, the main camp (Stammlager) in Oświęcim; Auschwitz II-Birkenau, a concentration and extermination camp with gas chambers; Auschwitz III-Monowitz, a labor camp for the chemical conglomerate IG Farben; and dozens of subcamps. The camps became a major site of the Nazis' final solution to the Jewish question.

Birkenau camp

Moving to Krakow.

Overnight in Krakow.

Day 04

City tour at Krakow

v The Main Market Square

v Saint Mary’s Basilica

v Krakow Barbican

v Collegium Maius courtyard (the oldest part of the Jagiellonian University)

v Shopping time in Sukiennice (Krakow Cloth Hall)

v The Wawel Hill with the Cathedral

v The Royal Castle and the famous Wawel Dragon

Walking tour at Kazimierz

Overnight in Krakow.

Day 05

Moving to Wieliczka Salt Mine

The mine is currently one of Poland's official national Historic Monuments , whose attractions include dozens of statues and four chapels carved out of the rock salt by the miners. The older sculptures have been supplemented with new carvings made by contemporary artists. There is a chapel, and a reception room that is used for private functions, including weddings. A chamber has walls carved by miners to resemble wood, as in wooden churches built in early centuries. A wooden staircase provides access to the mine's 64-metre (210-foot) level. A 3-kilometre (1.9-mile) tour features corridors, chapels, statues, and underground lake, 135 metres (443 ft) underground. An elevator (lift) returns visitors to the surface; the elevator holds 36 persons (nine per car) and takes about 30 seconds to make the trip.

Moving to Zakopane

Overnight in Zakopane.

Day 06

Zakopane city tour

Tatra Mountains

In the winter, Zakopane's tourists are interested in winter sports activities such as skiing, snowboarding, ski jumping, snowmobiling, sleigh rides, snowshoe walks, and Ice skating. During the summer, Tourists come to do activities like hiking, climbing, bike and horse ride the Tatras mountain, there are many trails in the Tatras. Tourists ride quads and dirt bikes that you can rent. Swimming and boat rides on the Dunajec river are popular. Many come to experience Goral culture, which is rich in its unique styles of food, speech, architecture, music, and costume. Zakopane is especially popular during the winter holidays, which are celebrated in traditional style, with dances, decorated horse-pulled sleighs called kuligs and roast lamb.

Popular tourist activity is taking a stroll through the town's most popular street: Krupówki. It is lined with stores, restaurants, carnival rides, and performers.

During the winter and summer seasons, Krupówki Street is crowded with tourists visiting the shops and restaurants. In the summer, a local market along Krupówki Street offers traditional Goral apparel, leather jackets, fur coats, shoes, and purses. Venders also sell foods like the famous oscypek smoked sheep cheese, fruit, vegetables, and meats. There are also many stands with Zakopane souvenirs.

Zakopane is popular for its nightlife. At night there are always people walking around town checking out the different bars and dance clubs. Most of these bars and dance clubs are located on Krupowki street. These are the bars that are located in Zakopane: Paparazzi, Cafe Piano, Anemone, Anemone, Cafe Antrakt, Literatka, Winoteka Pod Berlami, and Karczma u Ratownikow. These are dance clubs located in Zakopane: Vavaboom, Finlandia Arctic, Genesis, Rockus, Morskie Oko, and Cocomo Go-Go Club.

Shopping at Krupowki street

Overnight in Zakopane.

Day 07

Gubalowka Hill

As in all funiculars, on the Gubałówka, a continuous steel cable is attached to a pair of tram-like carriages set at a steep angle on narrow gauge rails. These two carriages travel up and down the steep mountain slope, the ascending and descending vehicles counterbalancing each other in turn. The line is single, apart from one automatically controlled passing place situated roughly halfway up. The cable runs between the rails, guided by numerous roller wheels. Street style lighting is provided along the whole length of the line.

An overbridge carries a ski-run over the line, otherwise the route is uninterrupted, a single station being present at either end. The standard return fare is 22.00 Zł.

Moving to Krakow.

Overnight in Krakow.

Day 08

Move back to airport

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