Warsaw-Masurian Lakeland-Gdańsk

Day 1

Arrival in Warsaw. Sightseeing tour in the Old Town. Dinner in a landmark restaurant.

Day 2

Tour in the palace and park ensembles in Warsaw.

Day 3

Transfer to the Masurian Lake District. Hotel check-in. Night yacht sailing.

Day 4

Tour in the Masurian Lake District. Sightseeing. Optional kayaking on the Krutynia River.

Day 5

Transfer to Toruń and medieval tour. Night in a castle hotel.

Day 6

Transfer to Malbork. Visiting of the Malbork Castle.

Day 7

Tricity sightseeing tour (Gdańsk, Sopot, Gdynia).

Day 8


Warsaw-Masurian Lakeland-Gdańsk (8 days/7 nights)

our journey will be started in one-of-akind Warsaw. After arrival and hotel check-in you will go to a tour in the Old Town, which is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site. The tour will take you to the Royal Route, Castle Square, St. John’s Cathedral, the Barbican, and statue of the mermaid. You will be offered a dinner in one of the Old Town’s landmark restaurants at the end of the day.

The next day will be devoted to the palace and park ensembles in Warsaw

You will visit the residence of the Polish gentry, the park-and-palace complex Łazienki Park, and the Wilanów Palace, which is known as the Polish Versailles. After a busy day, you will go to a theater (like the Sabat Theater staging cabaret & musicals) or a concert.

A trip to the Masurian Lake District will take your thoughts off the everyday busy life. This area is called “the green lungs of Poland” for the reason. There are over 4 thousand lakes connected with each other by 12 canals and 8 rivers and surrounded by meadows and forests. You will stay in Mikołajki hotel, which is located in the middle of Lake Mikołajskie.

Here, in the Masurian Lakeland, you will have an opportunity to go for kayaking, visit the village of Święta Lipka with its Jesuit church and monastery, former Führer’s military headquarters Wolf’s Lair (Wolfsschanze). The next stop will be in the Toruń, the gingerbread capital of Poland, and in the world’s largest castle complex in Malbork.

The last days will be spent in Hanseatic city of Gdańsk. This city, with over 1000 years of history, used to be an important sea port in the Baltic region. Today Gdańsk consists of historical Gdańsk, resort city of Sopot, and cultural city of Gdynia.


Polish hotels

European service and Slavic hospitality.


Polish restaurants

Incomparable dishes of Polish cuisine, own breweries and amazing coloring of interior. Try to resist!





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