Historic Highlights of Poland
A fantastic twelve day tour to Poland, a nation with a proud cultural heritage and many fantastic cities to explore. We include guided tours of Wroclaw and Krakow plus visits to Auschwitz and the Wieliczka Salt Mines.
● Coach travel with reserved seating on your holiday coach
● Overnight stops in both directions on a dinner, bed and buffet breakfast basis
● Two nights dinner, bed and buffet breakfast at the Hotel Invite, Wrocklaw, the Conrad Hotel, Krakow and the Golden Tulip Hotel, Warsaw
● All bedrooms with en-suite facilities
● One night dinner, bed and buffet breakfast at the Novotel Centrum Hotel, Poznan
● Overnight sailings on board P&O North Sea Ferries on a dinner and breakfast basis in en-suite cabins
● Guided tours of Krakow, Warsaw and Poznan and included visits to Wroclaw, Auschwitz and Wieliczka Salt Mines.
Hotel Invite - WROCLAW
Situated only 2km from the old town of Wrocklaw and within 800 metres of the newly renovated railway station.
Conrad Hotel - KRAKOW
Only ten minutes drive from the centre of Krakow, the Conrad Hotel has bright and airy rooms with a warm atmosphere.
Golden Tulip Hotel - WARSAW
Perfectly located adjacent to the famous Puskas Ferenc Stadium, this striking modern hotel offers comfortable rooms and a warm and friendly welcome.
Novotel Centrum Hotel - POZNAN
Centrally situated near the old town square, the splendid Novotel Centrum, offers stylish and modern accommodation.
We continue to Wroclaw for two nights at the Hotel HP Park Plaza. A wonderful city boasting fascinating architecture, many bridges and rivers and a lively and cosmopolitan cultural scene. Mostly destroyed in the Second World War, today it has been lovingly restored.
Today we travel to Krakow via a visit to Auschwitz, established by the Germans in 1940 in the suburb of Oswiecim. A concentration and extermination camp, today it is a museum in memory of those who lived and died there.
Guided Tour of Krakow and the Wieliczka Salt Mines
A half day guided tour of Krakow, The royal capital for 500 years, today it is a treasure trove of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, with no other city boasting so many historic buildings and monuments. Our journey continues today with a visit to the Wieliczka Salt Mines, A UNESCO World Heritage site, at 327m deep and 300km long, the mines produced salt from the 13th century until 2007.
Guided Tour of Warsaw
We continue to Warsaw for a two night stay at the Golden Tulip Hotel, Warsaw. A half day guided tour of Warsaw. At the end of World War II, this wonderful city lay in rubble and ruin but with determination almost all has been rebuilt. We take a stroll through its pristine old town and see the royal castle, museums and cafes.
Guided tour of Poznan
Today we travel to Poznan for one night at the Novotel Centrum Hotel, Poznan. Enjoy a half day guided tour of Poznan, a large city steeped in history. Its highlights include the striking Cathedral and the bustling old town square, alive with cafes and bars.
Welcome to Poland, a nation with a strong 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.
Its countryside is diverse, from lowlands and undulating hills to forests and lakes and even sandy beaches at the Baltic Sea.
European Holiday Insurance
At National Holidays, we always do everything we can to ensure your holiday runs as smoothly as possible from start to finish. For this reason, we strongly recommend you take out holiday insurance to ensure you’re prepared for the unexpected.
For all holidays to mainland Europe we require all holidaymakers to take out some form of Holiday Insurance.
To provide you with a travel insurance policy designed with our customers in mind, we’ve teamed up with specialist insurance providers Towergate Chapman Stevens. Some of the benefits of our insurance policy include:
• All ages are considered
• 24-hour English speaking emergency assistance
If you are British citizen then you must bring your passport with you. If you are not a British citizen you should check via your own embassy whether you require a visa.