On this 7 night Eastern European multi-centre break, we will take you to Poland’s major cities of Krakow and Warsaw for you to explore and discover their rich heritage and architectural gems.

7 nights,  From £438*

Price is a guide for this itinerary including all your flights, hotels, trains and transfers.

* Prices are only to act as a guide

Itinerary

4 Nights – Krakow
3 Nights – Warsaw


✈ UK – Krakow (4 Nights): On arrival in Krakow airport, we will meet you and transfer you to your hotel, where you will stay for the following 4 nights. Krakow is Poland’s former capital and has plenty of historical treasures to discover. In Krakow’s Old Town, the impressive main market square of Rynek is the largest medieval square in Europe and is considered by the locals as the heart of Krakow. At the centre of the square is the magnificent Cloth Hall (or Sukiennice), which dates back to the Renaissance period and is still an active market today, although is no longer a major centre for international trade. Also in the main square is the relatively new Underground museum which offers an interesting insight into Krakow’s medieval heritage plus the stunning Gothic Church of the Virgin Mary which dates back to the 14th century. Bars and cafes also encircle the square and offer the perfect spot for al fresco dining and people watching in the warmer months. Other sights to discover in this fascinating city are the historical Jewish Quarter, the Wawel Cathedral and Wawel Royal Castle and the Wieliczka salt mine which is located on the outskirts of the city. After dark, Krakow has a lively nightlife scene with live music, bars and pubs carrying on until the early hours.

🚂Krakow – Warsaw (3 Nights): On your final day in Krakow, you will take a train from Krakow to Poland (approx. 3 hours) where you will stay at your hotel for the following 3 nights. Warsaw is Poland’s buzzing capital city, destroyed in the Second World War, but incredibly rebuilt and transformed into one of Europe’s major cities. There is a lot of history to uncover in this fascinating place, and where better to start than the Old Town. This area makes the perfect destination for a stroll around its beautiful cobbled streets and baroque palaces which have been expertly rebuilt after they were flattened during the War. Some sights to discover in the Old Town are the Royal Castle, the lively Market Square which is surrounded by 17th and 18th century houses, and the Barbican, one of the few fortifications that used to encircle Warsaw that have still survived. Leading South from the Old Town is the ‘Royal Route’, a former communication route which features some wonderful buildings. If you are seeking a spot of tranquillity, visit Lazienki Park which offers an abundance of green space, stunning landscaped gardens and a sentiment to Chopin – a musical bench. In fact, if you are a Chopin fan, you can follow a self-guided Chopin tour comprising 14 places throughout the city each with a multimedia bench dedicated to the great composer himself who spent the first half of his life in Warsaw.

✈ Warsaw – UK: On your final day in Warsaw, we will pick you up from your hotel and take you to the airport for your flight home to the UK.