Across Poland 10 days

Trip Across Poland

Mega Travel organizes business, motivational, integration trips and incentive travels. We professionally deal with complex business services. Each program is adapted to the wishes of the customer and his financial capabilities. We are serveral years on the touristic market and our consultants organized many travels to Poland. We do our best, therefore each travel and stay are always successful. Contact with us in any time you want.

Day 1 Warsaw
- arrival to International Airport Okecie in Warsaw and meeting tourguide
- transfer to the hotel and check in
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
- overnight at the hotel.

Day 2 Warsaw
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- city tour of Warsaw
- back to the hotel
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
- overnight at the hotel.

Programme of sightseeing: Old Town with Market Square, Barbacan and Castle Square with King Sigismund Waza Column; drive along the Royal Route: Krakowskie Przedmieście, Nowy Świat and Aleje Ujazdowskie, with numerous churches /Holy Cross Church with Chopin's heart kept in the pillar/, monuments, historic buildings and palaces, many of them housing embassies and ministries; stop in front of the Parliament, walk through the Łazienki Park with famous Palace on the Water, one of the last 18th century court theatres in Europe in Old Orangery, famous Chopin's monument and Belvedere Palace

Day 3 Warsaw - Czestochowa - Oswięcim (Auschwitz) - Cracow
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- drive to Cracow via Częstochowa and Auschwitz German Nazi camp
- visit to Jasna Gora Monastery
- optional: lunch
- drive to Oświęcim
- visiting Auschwitz - Birkenau former German Nazi concentration camp.
- drive to Cracow
- transfer to the hotel and check in
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
- overnight at the hotel.

Czestochowa is one of the most important sites in the Christian world and is often called a Religious Capital of Poland. Millions of pilgrims, including over 100 000 foreigners, come here every year to pray at the miraculous Black Madonna Shrine. Historians date the famous painting to the 14th century. But a legend says it has been made by Saint Luke Evangelist on a piece of wood from the table used by Virgin Mary in Nazareth.

Auschwitz - Birkenau former German nazi concentration camp: much has been written about this place and many have tried to explain its existence. It is for each visitor to try and understand why this happened. Do not be deterred. It is practically a duty to visit Auschwitz. But be prepared. The Auschwitz concentration camp is a symbol of horror, a memorial to Man's inhumanity to Man, of organised slaughter on a scale never conceived of before and of the Holocaust, the planned and systematic, destruction of a race of people. The camp was constructed by the German Nazis in 1940 near the town of Oświęcim in south eastern Poland. (Auschwitz is German, for Oświęcim)

Day 4 Cracow
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- city tour of Cracow
- drive to Wieliczka Salt Mine
- visiting Museum in Wieliczka.
- optional: lunch.
- back to the hotel.
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant.
- overnight at the hotel.

Programme of Cracow's sightseeing: crossing a belt of greenery - "Planty" - which replaced medieval defence walls. Some towers of the fortifications still remain. One of them is Floriańska Gate, built around 1300. Market Square, one of the biggest in Europe, reminds power and welfare of medieval Kraków, Polish capital at that time. The 13th century Sukiennice. Only a tower remains from the 14th century, Town Hall was burnt in a fire. Mariacki Church (dating back to year 1221) owes its present shape to the 14th century, however it contains Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque elements. Wit Stwosz Altar inside (15th century) is one of the most precious Gothic altars in Europe. Collegium Maius with Gothic arcades, was home to Jagiellonian University, the second oldest university in Central Europe.

The Wieliczka Salt Mine was added to the UNESCO list in 1978. Inactive at present, is a world of corridors, chambers, and chapels adorned with salt sculptures. It has been attracting visitors for centuries. Visitors can see the chambers of three levels, from 64 to 135 meters below ground. Particularly impressive is the Chapel of the Blessed Kinga, with its salt sculptures from the early 20th century.

Day 5 Cracow - Zakopane - Cracow
- buffet breakfast at the hotel.
- full-day trip to Zakopane.
- dinner in local restaurant
- optional: folklore show
- back to Cracow
- overnight at the hotel.

Attractions in Zakopane: Cable car ride to Mt. Gubałówka. The further to the south, the more hilly the landscape becomes - you are entering completely different world. Zakopane, located 1000 m a.s.l., gives you many opportunities of spending time.

Day 6 Cracow - Warsaw - Torun
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- drive to Warsaw
- optional: lunch in Restaurant in Warsaw
- continue to Toruń. Transfer to the hotel and check in
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
- overnight at the hotel.

Day 7 Torun - Gdynia
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- city tour of Toruń
- drive to Gdynia
- transfer to the hotel and check in
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant.
- overnight at the hotel.

Torun owes its origins to the Teutonic Order, which built a castle there in the mid-13th century as a base for the conquest and evangelization of Prussia. It soon developed a commercial role as part of the Hanseatic League. In the Old and New Town, the many imposing public and private buildings from the 14th and 15th centuries (among them the house of Copernicus) are striking evidence of Torun's importance.

Day 8 Gdynia
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- city tour of Gdynia, Gdańsk and Sopot.
- back to the hotel
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
- overnight at the hotel.

The agglomeration called the Tricity in fact consists of three cities Gdynia (ca 253 000), Sopot (ca 41 000) and Gdańsk (ca 461 000). It stretches along the coast for almost 50 km around the Bay of Gdańsk. The well organised system of public transport, the SKM (Fast City Rail) enables you to move around the Tricity area very easily and to get to the hotel you have chosen very quickly.

Day 9 Gdynia - Olsztyn
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- departure for Olsztyn via Malbork
- drive to Olsztyn.
- transfer to the hotel and check in.
- dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
- overnight at the hotel.

Castle in Malbork: in the early 13th century the Teutonic Order launched its first crusades to the territories around the central stretch of the River Nogat in order to convert the local inhabitants to Christianity. At the beginning of the 1380s the Teutonic Knights started building a castle here which they referred to as St. Mary's Stronghold (German Marienburg). In just under 30 years they had raised a quadrangular convent building complete with chapel, chapter house, dormitory, refectory, an enclosed courtyard and a bailey situated to the north. A long, high gallery was built leading from the south-west corner to the Danske or sewage-tower, which was also used for defence purposes.

Day 10 Olsztyn - Warsaw
- buffet breakfast at the hotel
- drive to Warsaw
- transfer to the International Airport Okęcie
- assistance on embarkations formalities
- departure.

The price includes:
-9 x overnight in DBL room
-9 x breakfast at the hotel
-9 x dinner at the hotel or in the local restaurant
-Transfers from / to airport
-Transport by coach
-Guide assistance (in English or in other language if required)
-Taxes
The price doesn’t include:
-SGL supplement
-Entry fees and obligatory local guides
-Optionals
-Tips
-Personal expenses
-Other costs not mentioned in the itinerary.

The price per person from 999 EUR*
* price is calculated individual


From many years Mega Travel specializes in organizing tours for individual clients as well as for travel agencies and companies. Professionalism and high quality service is appreciated by our customers, who regularly use our help to organize trips to Poland.