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  • Cloth Hall - Sukiennice
    Cloth Hall - Sukiennice
  • The Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec
    The Benedictine Abbey in Tyniec
  • Wrocław - Old town
    Wrocław - Old town
Pearls of Southern Poland
Wrocław - Duszniki Zdrój - Kudowa Czermna - Wambierzyce - Częstochowa - Kraków - Zakopane - Dębno Podhalańskie - Dunajec Gorge - Wieliczka

1st DAY
Arrival in Wrocław, , short guided tour via Old Town. Wrocław is the capital city of Lower Silesia. The Old Town in Wrocław is bound to delight all the visitors. The City Square, one of the biggest in Europe, is dominated by the Town Hall – a masterpiece of Silesian Medieval civic architecture. The Main Market in Wrocław is surrounded by cafés and restaurants, which attract tourists.
Diner with beer taste in the restaurant Spiż.


2nd DAY
After breakfast trip to Kotlina Kłodzka which is of peculiar tourist value. On its outer spreads the National Park of Table Mountains who is peculiar rock formations resembling animals or huge mushrooms. The poviat’s capital Kłodzko is a well known for its huge stronghold with underground corridors partly open for tourists. You will visit Duszniki Zdrój which is a popular spa. Its old paper mill from 17th century is one of the oldest examples of industrial architecture in Poland. Now serves as museum.
Next visiting Skulls' Chapel in Kudowa Czermna, then Wambierzyce – pilgrimage target since 13th century called Polish Jerusalem. Sightseeing places: Holy Mother of God Visitation Basilica (St Mary with Child Statue crafted in linden wood dated on 16th century, kalvarian complex and city gates, Mechanical Nativity - one of the oldest in Poland), Relics.
Diner in the hotel. 


3rd DAY
After breakfast, trip to Kraków via Częstochowa. City where the Pauline Monastery is located. It is Poland’s most important religious sanctuary, famous for its miraculous icon of Black Madonna. Throughout centuries, the monastery gathered a wealth of art object and precious votive offerings.
After arrival in Kraków short walk via the beautiful streets of Old Town and the largest market square – Rynek Główny (in medieval Europe it was the meeting place of Kraków burghers and merchants from all over the Europe), you can meet inhabitants sitting in the gardens of pubs and restaurants of Kraków and hear the Bugle Call, played from the taller tower of St. Mary’s Church every hour to four sides of the world. Entrance to the St. Mary’s Church with one of the largest Gothic altars in Europe which was carved in linden wood by Master Veit Stoss.
Dinner in the restaurant in Old Town. 


4th DAY
After breakfast guided tour of Kraków, including entrance to Wawel Castle (The Polish Acropolis. Originally Romanesque, later Gothic, the castle is mostly a Renaissance construction in its present form), Collegium Maius (the oldest preserved building of the Jagiellonian University, founded by The Royal Act of 12th May 1364, dates back to the early 15th century. The museum’s rich collection includes objects related to Nicolas Copernicus, who studied at the Krakow Academy, old Arabian astronomic instruments, including famous early-16th-century globe with a representation of America), Collegium Novum and Cloth Hall – Sukiennice.
In the evening sightseeing a Jewish district of Kraków – Kazimierz. At the present Kazimierz is one of the most popular districts of the city thanks to its rich tradition and the atmosphere enabling us to feel the „spirit” of its former inhabitants.
Entrance to Remuh Synagogue, one of the few left in Cracow. It couldn't have held more than eighty or ninety people, but then there aren't that many Jews left in the city. Before the war, there had been as many as 70,000. Between 200 and 300 remained. On the synagogue ground is an ancient and historic cemetery.
Dinner in Kazimierz district with the concert of Klezmer music. 


5th DAY
After breakfast trip to Zakopane via Chochołowska Valley. Zakopane is one of the best-known and most visited tourist venues in Poland. Zakopane and its environs are well known for the highlander’s handcrafts. In the area of Krupówki Street, the Zakopane’s main shopping mall, stand a number of wooden houses. In Chochołów, to the north-west of Zakopane, are more than 30 of these lovely highlanders’ timber constructions.
Diner and overnight in the Hotel in Zakopane. 

6th DAY
After breakfast trip to Dębno Podhalańskie which is a part of the Małopolska Trail of Wooden Architecture. Here you will find 15th century church with interiors entirely covered by paintings. Than we propose traditional rafting down the Dunajec Gorge which is one of Poland’s greatest tourist attractions. The route passes through one of Europe’s mountain gorges in Pieniny National Park.
In the afternoon on the way back to Kraków sightseeing Wieliczka Salt Mine - one of the most ancient mines in the world. It has been operating since the 13th century with no intermissions. In 1978, it was listed as UNESCO World Culture and National Heritage Site. The tourist route open for visitors connects three levels, and reaches 135 meters under the surface. Besides the Tourist Route, the underground passages and chambers house the Kraków Salt-Works Museum, one of the largest mining-related museums in Europe.
Dinner and overnight in hotel in Kraków. 


7th DAY
After breakfast - departure.

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