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POLISH AMERICAN TOURS Your Visit To Poland Starts Here



Travel to Poland with PAT TOURS (Polish American Tours)


11 days/10 nights

Starts in Warsaw on Saturdays:

May 13 - May 23

June 3 - June 13

June 17 - June 27

July 1 - July 11

July 22 - August 1

August 12 - August 22

August 26 - September 5

September 9 - September 19

September 23 - October 3

October 7 - October 17


$2,129 dbl. ($589 single room suppl.)

Airfare not included.

Tour Cost Includes:

- Accommodations in first class hotels

- Two meals daily as specified

- One dinner with folklore entertainment in Wieliczka

- Chopin concert with a glass of wine

- Sightseeing tours with local guides

- Transfers on arrival and departure on tour dates

- Air conditioned coach

- English speaking tour escort throughout

- Baggage handling (one piece per person)

- All entrance fees to sites specified in tour program

- Hotel charges and taxes

Not Included:

Cost of passport, items of personal nature, optional insurance, gratuities to guides and driver.

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On Friday, depart U.S.A. for Warsaw via overnight flight.
2nd Day/Sat - WARSAW. On arrival, you will be met and transferred to your hotel in the heart of the city. Time free to unpack and rest. At 6:00 PM, meet your guide and the rest of the group in the hotel lobby. Drive along the beautifully renovated Royal Route with its historical monuments. Stop for a short walk through Old Town, and then join us for a welcome dinner at a local restaurant with typical Polish dishes and famous Polish vodka, “Zubrowka”. (Dinner)
3rd Day/Sun - WARSAW. This morning, we introduce you to the highlights of Warsaw. A half-day sightseeing tour includes Old Town, beautifully rebuilt after World War II with impressive Royal Castle, seat of Polish kings. Here the May 3 Constitution was proclaimed in 1791, the second oldest constitution in the world. After lunch in a local restaurant in Old Town, continue your tour with a drive to the former Warsaw Ghetto. Stop at the chocolate cafe, "Wedel," to taste the delicious hot chocolate and cake. This evening, take a musical journey through the world famous compositions of Frederic Chopin, at a piano recital. A glass of sparkling wine will be served during intermission. (Breakfast, Lunch)
4th Day/Mon - WARSAW-Czestochowa-ZAKOPANE. After breakfast, depart for Zakopane - one of the most popular vacation resorts in the Tatra Mountains. En route, stop in Czestochowa to visit the Jasna Gora Monastery and the Black Madonna Shrine with its miraculous icon. Lunch at the local restaurant in Czestochowa. In the evening arrive in Zakopane situated at the foot of the Tatra Mountains and settle-in at your hotel. (Breakfast, Lunch)
5th Day/Tue - ZAKOPANE-KRAKOW. This morning, you will have a sightseeing tour of Zakopane, where wooden architecture blends with the natural landscapes. Visit the famous Jaszczurowka Chapel, a great example of wooden architecture and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima, built by the local "Gorale" as a votive for saving the life of Pope John Paul II after an assassination attempt. Admire the breathtaking views of the Tatras from the top of Gubalowka Mountain and shop for souvenirs of arts and crafts of the Highlanders at a local bazaar. After lunch on your own continue to Krakow via Pieniny National Park where you will enjoy a spectacular rafting trip on the Dunajec River (weather permitting). Tonight’s dinner is at a local restaurant in Krakow’s Market Square. (Breakfast, Dinner)
6th Day/Wed - KRAKOW-Auschwitz-KRAKOW.. Today's city tour features Wawel Hill with the Royal Castle, home to three dynasties of Poland’s monarchs. Its stately chambers are filled with priceless medieval treasures including fabulous 16th century Flemish tapestries. You will also visit the Wawel Cathedral, where 18 chapels are true architectural masterpieces. Here the Polish kings were crowned and buried. Following a short break for coffee and cake at the famous Krakow café, drive to Old Town with its restored medieval Market Square, one of the largest in Europe. At St. Mary’s Basilica see the largest wooden altar carved (1477-1489) by Wit Stwosz and at the arcaded Cloth Hall, dating back to the 14th century, you can shop for souvenirs. After lunch, drive to Auschwitz to visit the Martyrdom Museum of the former Nazi concentration camp, a grim reminder of the Holocaust. (Breakfast, Lunch)
7th Day/Thu - KRAKOW-Wieliczka. Morning on your own. In the afternoon, drive to the Wieliczka Salt Mine, an unforgettable tourist attraction with 1.5 miles of underground chambers, grottoes, and chapels carved from salt. Dinner with a folklore show in a local restaurant in Wieliczka. (Breakfast, Dinner)
8th Day/Fri - KRAKOW-TORUN. This morning, you will depart for Torun. After lunch at the local restaurant, sightseeing tour of Torun, a birthplace of Polish astronomer, Nicolaus Copernicus, considered one of the most magnificent historic cities of Poland. Its Old Town has been included in UNESCO’s list for its impressive 13th century Town Hall, superb churches and historic streets preserving Torun’s past glory. A visit to the Copernicus Museum is included in your itinerary. (Breakfast, Lunch)
9th Day/Sat - TORUN-GDANSK. Departure for Gdansk. Lunch at the local restaurant. Afternoon time for orientation walk through the city. (Breakfast, Lunch)
10th Day/Sun - GDANSK-Malbork-GDANSK. Start the day with a tour of medieval Gdansk in depth. From the city's former fortifications and one of its main gates, walk to a "Dlugi Targ - Long Market", magnificent street with late Renaissance and Baroque facades where the richest burghers once lived in city's prosperous past. It's famous landmark is the Artus Court, with the Neptun's Fountain, where the Hanseatic League met. St. Mary's Basilica is the largest brick Gothic church in Poland. You have time for shopping for amber souvenirs in abundance here. In the afternoon excursion to Malbork where you have lunch and tour the impressive Teutonic Knights Castle, the largest fortified castle in Europe built in 13th century. Return to Gdansk. Evening is free. . (Breakfast, Lunch)
11th Day/Mon - GDANSK-Gdynia-Sopot-WARSAW. After breakfast, continue sightseeing of the Baltic Coast area with a visit to Gdynia, youngest port, Sopot, the fashionable seaside resort with longest wooden pier on the Baltic and Oliwa Cathedral where you'll hear a short concert on the famous pipe organ. After lunch, return to Warsaw for a farewell dinner in a local restaurant. (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)
12th Day/Tue - WARSAW. After breakfast, termination of tour services. Transfer to the airport for the return flight home. (Breakfast)
WARSAW - Novotel Warsaw Centrum
ZAKOPANE - Mercure Kasprowy or similar
KRAKOW - Novotel Krakow City West or similar
TORUN - Mercure Torun Centrum
GDANSK - Mercure Gdansk Old Town or similar
WARSAW - Novotel Warsaw Centrum

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