5 days incl. HB/programme from € 177,50
Arrival in Warsaw, Poland’s capital and a never sleeping city. Overnight in Warsaw.
City sightseeing tour of Warsaw. The most significant spots are the renovated Old Town, the Royal Castle, the Łazienki Park, the Palace and Gardens of Wilanów. Along the Royal Route, visitors will find many old palaces and villas. The exclusive boutiques of the New World street are well known. In the afternoon, free time for shopping and individual visits. Overnight in Warsaw.
You leave Warsaw for an optional visit to the Malbork castle, only 55 km away from Gdańsk. The brick castle of Malbork is the former seat of the Grand Master of the Teutonic Order, the biggest structure of that type in medieval Europe. It is registered on UNESCO World Heritage list. The Grand Master’s palace is considered the top achievement of the late-Gothic style. The representative summer refectory is the most attractive chamber in the castle interiors. Overnight in Gdańsk.
Today you discover the pearls of Gdańsk at the historical Old Town. Long Street and Long Market are lined up with richly ornamented old housed and historical buildings. The Artus Court is one of the most magnificent buildings of this type in Europe and the Neptun Fountain is a symbol of Gdańsk. Another symbol of the city is the Gdańsk Crane, the biggest medieval port crane in Europe and situated at the waterfront of the Motława River. St Mary’s is the oldest brick church in Europe and at the Oliwa Cathedral you will listen to an organ concert. In the afternoon, visit to the „Tri-City“: the adjacent seaside spa of Sopot with Europe’s longest wooden pier and the port city of Gdynia. Overnight in Gdańsk.
Breakfast and departure.