The Warsaw Mermaid & The Cracow Dragon

Warsaw is the modern capital of Poland, and just a few hours in town is enough to feel its unforgettable atmosphere - this exceptional city is full of contrasts and surprises.
Depending on your mood you can choose from multiple different modern and historical activities, including museums, tourist trails, historic places and legendary sites, such as the Warsaw Mermaid. 

A long time ago in Cracow, the historic capital of Poland, in a cave at the foot of Wawel Hill there lived a dragon, whose appetite and ferocity made everyone tremble in fear…
Nowadays, of course, no one is scared. Cracow is not only the cultural centre of the Polish map, with its priceless historical monuments, incredible history and unique atmosphere, but also one of the most attractive destinations on the tourist map of Europe.

Come with us and visit a place where legends mix freely with modern style...


Day 1. Warsaw

  • Arrival in Warsaw,  transfer to hotel.

  • Welcome dinner at a local restaurant in the evenig. 

  • Overnight stay in Warsaw.

Day 2. 

  • Breakfast in the hotel.

  • City tour of all the main tourist attractions in Warsaw.

  • We’ll take you to the Old Town to see the Royal Castle, the Old Market Square and the Barbican.

  • We’ll follow the Royal Route to the Presidential Palace, the University of Warsaw, the Holy Cross Church (home to Chopin's heart), and the Copernicus Statue, then stop for lunch at the Belvedere restaurant.

  • After lunch we’ll continue on to the Lazienki Royal Park, with its Palace on the Water and famous Chopin Monument.

  • In the evening, we’ll have a traditional Polish Dinner at a restaurant in the Old Town.

Day 3. Warsaw - Cracow

  • Breakfast in the hotel.

  • Departure to Kraków, with lunch on the way.

  • Arrival in Kraków. 

  • Check-in at the hotel, with dinner at the evening at a local Restaurant in Old Town.

Day 4. Cracow - Wieliczka - Cracow

  • Breakfast, then departure to Wieliczka.

  • Guided tour around the Wieliczka Salt Mine (visit lasts around 3 hours).

  • Lunch at a traditional Karczma (inn).

  • After lunch we return to Kraków for a tour around the historic capital. We’ll meet with our guide, who will show us the Cathedral, Royal Tombs and the Sigismund Bell, all at Wawel Royal Castle, then walk back down along Grodzka Street to the Old Market Square. We’ll see the famous St. Mary’s Church, and walk along Florianska Street to the Barbican.

  • Visit to Kazimierz – Cracow’s Jewish quarter.

  • Dinner at a traditional Jewish restaurant, during which there will be live Klezmer music. This will be a special group booking, just for us.

  • Overnight stay in the hotel.

Day 5. Cracow - Warsaw

  • Breakfast in the hotel.

  • Check-out and departure for Cracow airport.

  • Flight to Warsaw.

  • Arrival at the airport.

  • Flight home.


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