All around Poland





All around Poland you can find fabulous cities and towns worth visiting. We can take you anywhere you want. The choice is yours!!!  We give you a wide choice of places to visit. You choose where to go and then we plan your itinerary and send you the pricing.

Our recommendations:

*Cracow – see our Cracow City Sightseeing tour offer.
*Gdańsk – history of this impressive city started in the Middle Ages, nowadays Gdańsk is Poland’s principal seaport. It was also a birthplace of Solidarity movement which, under the leadership of Lech Wałęsa, played a major role in bringing the communist rule across Europe to an end. Along with the town of Sopot and the city of Gdynia it forms a metropolis known as Tricity.
*Kazimierz Dolny - one of the most beautifully situated little towns in Poland. It’s Old Town is full of genuine renaissance buildings and it’s unique atmosphere attracts artists and film-makers.
*Poznań – the city full of amazing medieval and renaissance architecture which is called the music capital of Poland thanks to the international Henryk Wieniawski Violin Competition organized here every 5 years.
*Toruń – the birthplace of Mikołaj Kopernik, the astronomer who stopped the Sun and moved the Earth. In 1997 it’s Old Town was inscribed onto World Heritage list of UNESCO. Nowadays Toruń is considered to be one of the most beautiful places in Poland.
*Warsaw – the capital of Poland and the residence of Polish government. In 1980 Warsaw’s Old Town was inscribed onto  World Heritage list of UNESCO. Apart from the amazing post-war architecture the habitants of Warsaw may be also proud of the famous park – Łazienki which is full of monuments (ex. Palace on the water) and sculptures and is also well-known for summer Chopin Concerts that are organized here annually. On our tour you will also have an opportunity to see the remains of Jewish ghetto operating during the Second World War.
*Wrocław – one of the oldest cities in Poland which was already inhabited in 9th century. It’s famous for having the biggest concentration of historic buildings in Poland and for it’s unique monuments, ex. Gothic City Hall with enormous tower clock.
*Zakopane – see our Zakopane – Tatra Mountains tour offer.
*Żelazowa Wola – Fryderyk Chopin’s Birthplace placed ca. 50 km from Warsaw.

If you are interested in visiting any other city or town not mentioned on our list – please ask!!!