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The native land of Pope John Paul II
Warszawa - Częstochowa - Kalwaria Zebrzydowska - Wadowice - Łagiewniki - Kraków

Arrival in Okęcie Warsaw International Airport – transfer by chartered bus to hotel.
Tour of Warszawa: Old Town and the Barbican defense wall, the Royal Castle and many beautiful Baroque buildings, The Tomb of Unknown Soldier. In the afternoon trip to Żelazowa Wola - birthplace of Frederic Chopin. Here you will listen to a short piano concert.
Dinner and overnight stay in Hotel in Warsaw. 


2nd DAY
After breakfast trip to Częstochowa. City where The Pauline Monastery is located – destination of many pilgrimages, where the famous painting of Black Madonna is displayed.After lunch departure for Kraków. Half day sightseeing of Kraków - inscribed on the UNESCO List of the World Heritage. Former capital of Poland. A visit to the old Cracow includes the Wawel Castle, St. Mary’s Church, Jagiellonian University and the Cloth Hall.
Diner and overnight stay in Hotel in Kraków. 


3rd DAY 

After breakfast trip to Wadowice, Kalwaria Zebrzydowska and Łagiewniki Sanctuary in Kraków.
Kalwaria Zebrzydowska - a huge monastery with beautiful located Stations of the Cross – each one a separate chapel. The newest acquisition on the UNESCO List of the World Heritage in Poland. The excursion includes a visit to the nearby . Wadowice - a town situated on the Skawa River, 55km away from Krakow. It was an important spot on the trade route from Cracow to Silesia. One of the most interesting monuments of Wadowice is the parish church dating back to the 15th century, located in the Market Square. It was rebuilt in the 18th century but preserved its gothic presbytery till the present. The Pope John Paul II was born here. His family house is located at 7 Kościelna Street. In 1991 there was erected St. Peter’s Church which was a votive offering of the inhabitants of Wadowice expressing their gratitude for saving the Pope’s life after the assassination on May 13.1983.On the way back to Kraków visit to Sanctuary in Łagiewniki on the suburb of Kraków. The Centre of Divine Mercy was established by Pope John Paul II during his stay in Poland in August 2002. Next to the old church containing the mortal remains of Saint Sister Faustina, the herald of Divine Mercy, a new basilica was built to the design of professor Witold Cenckiewicz.
Diner and overnight stay in Hotel in Kraków.


4th DAY
After breakfast transfer to theairport Balice in Kraków.

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