DAY 1

Arrive to Warsaw

 Meeting with your guide and departure for your hotel

 Check in and time for rest


DAY 2 

Warsaw | Old Town | Evening concert 

After breakfast guided city tour of the Warsaw Old Town area -the oldest quarter of Warsaw totally destroyed during the Warsaw Up rising [1944], then perfectly reconstructed after the war, to realize how incredible it is visit the Warsaw History Museum located just at the Old Town Market Square and see the film"Warsaw Remains".   In the afternoon visit to Royal Castle  since 1595 the royal residence, then the seat of the Polish president, after the reconstruction became the museum and the scene of the gala receptions. Before the castle stands Warsaw`s oldest monument, the King Sigismund Column built in 1644.   

Optional Chopin recital at one of the historical palaces of Warsaw.

 Concert in one of  Warsaw's churches   Transfer back to the hotel  (B)


DAY 3

Warsaw | Zelazowa Wola | Cracow

After breakfast check out and transfer for Cracow.
On the way stop at Zelazowa Wola to visit a mansion house where famous Polish composer  Frederic Chopin was born. Chopin was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist. He is widely considered one of the greatest Romantic composers. Chopin was born in Zelazowa Wola, a village in the Duchy of Warsaw. A renowned child-prodigy pianist and composer, he grew up in Warsaw and completed his music education there; he composed many of his mature works in Warsaw before leaving Poland in 1830 at age 20.
 Transfer to the hotel in Cracow for overnight  (B)

Plitvice

DAY 4

Cracow | Evening concert

After breakfast guided sightseeing of Cracow. For the Polish people, Krakow is a special city: the capital of kings, theplace where kings were crowned and laid to rest. Today, Cracow is the key to understanding Poland and  Poland’s placein Europe. Come and see the Old Town area within the Planty green belt - anexcellently preserved medieval city. The vast Old Town Market Square is considered to be one of the largest town squares in Europe. The surroundings of the square have remained unchanged foral most 700 years and contain buildings of historic value such as St. Mary’s Church with the famous wooden altar, the Town Hall Tower, the Cloth Hall, the ”Wierzynek” restaurant and the burgher houses. Every hour, you can hear the bugle call to the four corners of the world from the tower of St. Mary’s Church. A visit to the Wawel Cathedral which used to be the scene of coronations and isthe eternal resting place of the kings of Poland. Wawel Hill is dominated bythe Cathedral, the Castle andthe defense towers.

  Concert in one of  Cracow's churches  Transfer to the hotel for overnight  (B)


Dubrovnik

DAY 5

Cracow  | Leisure Time

After breakfast optional excursion to be chosen 

The detailed information you can find here

In evening return to  Cracow  (B)



DAY 6
Krakow | Weieliczka | Warsaw

After breakfast check out and departure for visit at Wieliczka Salt Mine .One of the most ancient mines in the world is an amazing place, entered to theregister of the world heritage of material culture by UNESCO. The tourist routeopen for visitors reaches 135 m under the surface. Along the route you canadmire numerous chambers with interesting interiors consisting of sculptures insalt carved by many generations of miners-sculptors. The most beautiful one isa chapel of St. Kinga with astonishing relief sculptures, salt alter,chandeliers made of salt  crystals

  Possibility of concert in Wieliczka Salt  Mines

Continue to Warsaw. Check in at the hotel in Warsaw


DAY 7

Warsaw 

Morning is free ofleisure and transfer for the airport for your flight back home (B)