Arrival to Warsaw and hotel registration. At night, enjoy the concerts of Chopin. You will hear the most famous works of Frederic Chopin performed by the best pianist in a recital in two with a glass of wine to be served during the interval.
A half day sightseeing city of Warsaw, including city highlights, such as the beautifully reconstructed Old Town after the Second World War, with the impressive Royal Castle, the seat of Polish kings. It was when the May 3 Constitution was promulgated in 1791, the second constitution, next to the U.S. Constitution, each time in the world. You can admire some of its 300 rooms. All interiors, carefully restored and look like it was centuries ago. You can see that there Canaletto Room with 23 paintings of his, Throne Room, Knight Grand Hall with six large paintings by Marcello Bacciarelli, marble room with 22 portraits of Polish kings and the largest and most impressive of all cameras the castle ballroom. Short break for typical Polish donut (paczek) in the cafeteria of the famous Warsaw U Bliklego.
In the afternoon goes to Zelazowa Wola, birthplace of Frederick Chopin. Visit the interior of the manor, now a museum dedicated to our great composer, where you will see memorabilia of Chopin and his family. Invite yourself to a home-hosted dinner served by the young couple of artists who will welcome you in their charming wooden cottage based on Lowicz castle ruins. Meet with their family and enjoy the traditional Polish hospitality.
Morning departure for Krakow. Drive to Czestochowa to visit the Jasna Gora Monastery, religious and spiritual center of Poland, the place of many Pilgrimages coming from all over the world to see the world famous Black Madonna Picture. Also visit the Treasury Room with a nice collection of many precious gifts given to the monastery. Lunch at a local restaurant. Continue to Auschwitz to see the former Nazi concentration camp – the biggest factory of death in the history of humanity and a silent witness to human tragedy. Continue your drive to Krakow. Short stop in Wadowice, the birthplace of Pope John Paul II. See the Wadowice Basilica and the house of our great Pole, now a museum devoted to Karol Wojtyla.
A guided tour of the ancient capital of Poland, a royal city on the Vistula extends to the foot of Wawel – a limestone hill on whose peak increase in a splendid royal palace and the Cathedral Church of St. Stanislaus Bishop and Waclaw. Start with the Royal Castle and Wawel Cathedral, which were remodeled according to the new Renaissance taste in the beginning of 16 century.
One morning, out of Zakopane. A half-day tour of Zakopane beautifully situated at the foot of the Tatra Mountains in the valley among Gubalowka and Giewont. It is the most popular resort in Poland and one of the most beautiful for its picturesque location. Find a spa that combines architecture with the natural landscape of local construction.
A departure for Warsaw. En route to Wieliczka to see the oldest salt mine in Europe. Visit the unique underground world of salt lakes, chambers and chapels created by many generations of Polish miners.Light lunch will be served at a local restaurant and continue drive to Warsaw.
After breakfast at the hotel, head to the airport and your flight back home.