5 days incl. HB/programme from € 229,50
Arrival in Gdańsk, an old Hanseatic town with a historical city center. A city sightseeing tour including the Old Town with gothic St Mary’s Church, Town Hall, Artus Court, Neptune Fountain and Old Crane – both symbols of the city. Transfer to the palace in Sasino, built in 1862 and surrounded by a nice park. After check-in, you can relax, visit a fitness room, a sauna and solarium or take a walk through the park. In the evening, candle-light dinner with a glass of wine. Overnight.
After breakfast, you visit the lighthouse in Stilo, 89 m above the sea level, built by the Germans on concrete and white granite foundation. There are only three such structures in the world, two of which are situated in Europe. After visiting the lighthouse, you drive Słowiński National Park, which was included in UNESCO’s list of World Biosphere Reserves. There you can admire unique moving sand dunes that shift inland at a speed of about 10 meters a year. Afterwards, you can visit an open air museum in Kluki, where rural architecture with timbered-framed buildings from 16th-20th century can be seen. Overnight in the “Amber Palace” in Strzekęcino, built between 1899-1901, situated in the beautifully maintained park. There is an indoor swimming pool as well as a spa centre in the hotel.
During today’s excursion you will visit Koszalin, the biggest city in the region. The city sightseeing tour includes the Immaculate Conception Holy Mary’s Gothic cathedral from 14th century and the medieval defensive walls. After that, we visit the Chełmska Hill, once a place of pagan worship. It rises up to 136.2 m above sea level and at he top there is a viewing tower (31.5 m) from which you can see a magnificent panorama of Koszalin and its neighbourhood up to the Baltic Sea. Drive to Kołobrzeg, Poland’s famous seaside resort and spa. Visiting the Old Town totally destroyed during World War II, the gothic cathedral and the “Golden Lane” with its beautiful houses, stores and galleries, bars and gift shops. On request, we can arrange a boat cruise on the Baltic Sea. Drive back to Strzekęcino and overnight. Dinner can be organized as barbecue with beer and roasted piglet.
In the morning, you leave the Amber Palace and drive to Słupsk for a short city sightseeing tour incl. the Gothic castle of the Pomeranian Princes and drive further through the Kashubian Lakeland, so-called “Kashubian Switzerland”, which, with its picturesque post-glacial landscape, is one of the most beautiful parts of Poland. The region is also famous for its folk art, especially for handcrafts. In the village of Chmielno, you will visit a pottery manufacture. Worth a visit is also the regional Kashubian museum in Kartuzy. Overnight in the Leźno Palace. You will enjoy your farewell dinner in one of regional restaurants with Kashubian folk group presentation. Overnight in the Leźno Palace, near Gdańsk.
Breakfast and departure.