Taste of Poland
Domestic and International Travel Since 1947
10days / 9 nights – Air & Land
9 days / 8 nights – Land only
Land only: $2,199.-
Single supplement: $399.-

Rates do not include airfares which can be booked at the time of booking. Call us for very special rates.


Starting Dates in Warsaw     Ending Dates in Warsaw

July 28                     August  05

August   25                      September       02


Airport transfers
Selected class hotels, rooms with private facilities
English-speaking tour escort assistance
Obligatory local guides
Private air-conditioned motor coach/minibus/car (depending on the group size)
Meals as per itinerary:
breakfast daily, 2 lunches, 6 dinners (including festive dinner at Gniew Castle) served at local restaurants
Sightseeing tours as per itinerary

Entrance fees:
Warsaw – Royal Castle
Gniew Castle
Malbork Castle
Gdansk – Amber Museum
Museum of Kashubian Pottery, Kashubian Regional Museum - Vodka Tasting - Beer Tasting - Cooking Lesson - Visit to an Amber factory
Chopin concert with a glass of sparkling wine
Luggage handling at hotels (one piece per person)
Hotel charges and taxes

WARSAW– 2 nights at Novotel Centrum (4*)
GNIEW–1 night at Gniew Castle
GDANSK–2 nights at Scandic Hotel (4*)
POZNAN–2 nights at Scandic Hotel (4*)
WARSAW– 1 night at Novotel Centrum (4*)


DAY 1 Friday
Leave this evening on an overnight flight to Warsaw, Poland's dynamic capital.

DAY 2 Saturday
Upon arrival, we meet you and transfer you to your hotel. After check-in, relax and work up an appetite for this evening's Gala Welcome Dinner. To start, we welcome you the traditional Polish way, with a loaf of bread and salt. No dinner is complete without a touch of music. We oblige with a piano recital of the great Chopin's music. We follow that with a dinner of superb, traditional dishes from the Polish kitchen and climax the evening with a vodka tasting ceremony, where you can learn how vodka is produced, then sample more than twenty different brands.

DAY 3 Sunday
WARSAW [Breakfast, Dinner]
Today we introduce you to the highlights of Warsaw with a comprehensive walk through Old Town. Stops include the Barbican, St. John's Cathedral, Warsaw's oldest and most distinguished house of worship, the Ghetto Memorial, the Monument of the Warsaw Uprising and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. We follow that with a drive along the Royal Route and a visit to the Royal Castle. Dinner tonight includes not just a delicious meal but a cooking lesson in the making of "pierogi". After dinner, we take you to a typical beer restaurant with live music, more irresistible food and lots of beer.

DAY 4 Monday
WARSAW – TORUN – GNIEW [Breakfast, Dinner]
We leave Warsaw today, en route to Gniew. On the way, we visit Torun, a town associated with Copernicus, the great astronomer. Our tour of Torun highlights also includes a stop at a gingerbread factory with generous sampling of this special treat. A medieval treasure, Gniew boasts among its must-see attractions Ordensburg Castle, Marysienka's Palace and medieval Old Town with a 14th century Gothic church. A festive dinner of Polish delicacies is on tap, served by waiters dressed as ancient Knights of Gniew and accompanied by a parade of historical costumes and old fighting traditions.

DAY 5 Tuesday
GNIEW – MALBORK – GDANSK [Breakfast, Dinner]
We bid "good bye" to Gniew and drive to Gdansk. On the way, you are treated to one of the tourist highlights of Poland, Malbork, site of the famous fortress of the Teutonic Knights. An extensive tour takes us through the entire complex of draw bridges, moats, mounds and the three-part castle. It belongs on UNESCO's Heritage Sites. Upon arrival in Gdansk, we take you on a walk through fascinating Old Town, and then drive you to nearby Sopot, the fashionable seaside resort. Walk along the pier, the longest along the Baltic coast, Dinner this evening is accompanied by famous "Danziger Goldwasser" and traditional Polish sea shanties.

DAY 6 Wednesday
GDANSK [Breakfast, Dinner]
Today, we explore Gdansk in depth, starting at the Upland Gate, a fragment of the city's former fortification, Prison Tower and Torture House, Golden Gate and Long Market, lined with historic Renaissance and Baroque merchant houses, Town Hall, Artus Court, St. Mary's Basilica, Mariacka Street and Long Wharf on the Motlawa, with the renowned Gdansk Crane. A special treat on today's program is a visit to a manufacturer of amber jewelry and a tour of the Amber Museum, situated in Gdansk's House of Torture, today a multi-floor, multimedia exhibition and display dedicated to amber in all its uses, applications and artistic creations.

DAY 7 Thursday
Our tour next takes us to Poznan, with stopovers at some important attractions. First, we visit Kartuzy and its Kashubian Regional Museum, an introduction to the area's domestic, cultural and religious traditions presented through folk songs and dramatic readings. In nearby Chmielno, there are stops at a one hundred year-old potter's workshop and the Museum of Kashubian Pottery. Another highlight is Wdzydze Kiszewskie, Poland's oldest open-air, ethnographic museum, with skansens of central and southern Kashubia. Here we enjoy a lunch of typical, local specialties and folkloric entertainment and an opportunity to purchase original works of embroidery and wickerwork.

DAY 8 Friday
POZNAN [Breakfast, Dinner]
Designated as Europe's Cultural Capital in 2016, Poznan boasts a fascinating Old Town and a renowned Renaissance Town Hall, where the Historical Museum is located. Ostrow Tumski houses the oldest part of Poznan, with the great Gothic cathedral, dating from the 10th century, with its fabulous Gold Chapel, containing sarcophagi with the ashes of the first Polish king. Other attractions include the 15th century Gothic Church of the Sacred Virgin Mary, the 16th century Lubranskich Academy and the Bishop's Palace. Food and drink have an honored heritage in Poznan. Among them, you will remember "rogale marcinskie", an irresistible cake stuffed with poppy seeds and nuts, as well as flavorful, aromatic, cloudy and unpasteurized brands of beer. They are an indispensable accompaniment to your dinner in Poznan.

DAY 9 Saturday
POZNAN – LOWICZ – WARSAW [Breakfast, Dinner]
After breakfast, we return to Warsaw. En route, we stop in Lowicz, a small town known for cultivating the folk traditions in music, dress, embroidery and paper cuts. An old Polish saying goes "Guest in the home, God in the home". In keeping with this tradition, we invite you to a home hosted lunch prepared by a local family in their charming house set by the ruins of the former Lowicz Castle. You will also have a chance to sample typical home-made jams and preserves. See a demonstration of the making of typical Lowicz paper cuts and try to create some by yourself. Dessert will be served in a beautiful garden.

DAY 10 Sunday
WARSAW [Breakfast]
After breakfast this morning, we transfer you to the airport for the return flight home.

Contact us:    248.743.2660
Departures from USA are one day prior the starting Date in Warsaw

Warsaw, Gniew, Gdansk, Poznan