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Highlights Of Poland

  • Duration: 12 days
  • Board Basis: Half Board
  • Tour Ref: D2T10478

Holiday Summary

  • Travel Type: Coach

12 days

12 Days Away - 2022

Enjoy an unforgettable tour to Poland, a fascinating holiday destination with a rich cultural heritage and many historic cities to explore. We uncover the stories of picturesque Kraków, bustling Warsaw, colourful Wrocław and charming Poznań on guided city tours, and also include a poignant visit to Auschwitz. With a fantastic itinerary combined with excellent accommodation, this break is the perfect way to discover the highlights of Poland!

PRICE FROM ? £999 per person
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What's Included?

  • Return coach travel and ferry crossings
  • First and last night on a bed and breakfast basis in Germany
  • Additional overnight stay on outward and return journey on a half-board basis at the 4-star Michel Hotel, Magdeburg
  • 7 nights at selected 3 & 4-star hotels in Poland with breakfast plus 4 dinners
  • 3 dinners in local restaurants
  • Included visit to Hamelin
  • Included visit to Dresden
  • Guided city tour of Wrocław & River Oder cruise
  • Guided city tour of Kraków including guided tour of Wawel Castle & entrance to St Mary’s Basilica
  • Free excursion to Auschwitz
  • Guided city tour of Warsaw
  • Guided city tour of Poznań
  • Photo stop at Möhne Dam



Welcome to Poland, a nation with a rich historical and cultural heritage. Bordered by Germany, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Lithuania, Belarus, Ukraine and Russia, its rich tapestry of architecture, monuments and castles continues to attract visitors from far and wide. With a diversity of landscapes, from lowlands and undulating hills to forests and lakes and even sandy beaches at the Baltic Sea, Poland is a truly unique holiday destination.

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Embark on a guided tour of Warsaw to discover the history of the stunning capital of Poland, where modern skyscrapers rise above the red roofs of the Old Town to create a unique panorama.  At the end of World War Two, this wonderful city lay in rubble and ruin but with determination, almost all has been rebuilt. Now, Warsaw is a thriving city that beautifully balances history and modernity. 

Enjoy a stroll through the cobbled alleyways of the pristine UNESCO World Heritage Old Town, the beating heart of the city, dotted with museums and cafés as well as the Royal Castle and the Uprising Monument. The city’s other highlights include the peaceful Krasinski Gardens and the Royal Way, a popular walking route which links the homes of Poland’s monarchs. While in the capital, treat yourself to some Pierogi, considered by many as Poland’s national dish.

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