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Arrival to Poland.
Check in at the hotel in Krakow.
08:00-10:00 pm – we recommend to visit Aqua Park in Krakow.
09:00-11:30 am - Krakow sightseeing „The Royal Road”, which begins at the medieval Gothic Style Barbican and leads through the Market Square, Grodzka Street to the Wawel Hill.
12:00 pm – tour around the Lagiewniki Sanctuary, the resting place of Saint Faustyna Kowalska. The Sanctuary is situated in buildings of monastery of the Congregation of the Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy.
02:00 pm – transfer to Wieliczka
03:00-05:30 pm - sightseeing of Wieliczka Salt Mine – one of the oldest salt mines in the world, which still operates. Inside the mine three chapels and an entire cathedral can be found.
06:00-08:00 pm – transfer to Zakopane
08:00 pm - we offer a regional evening at one of the restaurants in the Zakopane. You can try here regional dishes and listen to regional live music.
Accommodation in a hotel in Zakopane.
09:00-11:30 am – Zakopane sightseeing trip; a town in southern Poland at the foot of the Tatra mountains. Zakopane with its Old Cemetery; Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima in Krzeptowki; an old chapel in Jaszczurówka.
12:00 pm – leaving for Ludźmierz
12:30 pm – visit in Sanctuary of Our Lady in Ludźmierz.
01:30 pm – transfer to Wadowice
03:00 pm - tour around the Family Home of John Paul II, the birthplace of Karol Wojtyła – the future Pope John Paul II.
04:00 pm - transfer to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. The town in named after the religious complex (Calvary), listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Site. The sanctuary in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska combines the elements of the cult of Christ the Suffering and the cult of the Virgin Mary. Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is also known for the celebrations of the Holy Week, when paschal mysteries take place, gathering more than 100,000 people each year. They are one of the oldest and biggest in Europe.
06:00 pm – departure, dinner break
Overnight stay in a hotel around Katowice.
08:30 am – leaving for Częstochowa
10:00-11:30 am – sightseeing of Jasna Góra Sanctuary – a monastery complex of the Pauline Fathers, with the famous image of Black Madonna (depicting the Mother of God with the Christ Child). The painting is supposed to have been made by Lukasz the Evangelist on a piece of wood, taken from the table at which the Holy Family sat, prayed and had its meals. Recent research show that the painting is dated 6th - 9th century.
01:00–04:30 pm – transfer to Wrocław
05:00-08:00 pm – sightseeing of Wrocław – the largest city in western Poland, also know as “Venice of Poland” made up of 5 rivers, 12 islands connected by more than 150 bridges.
08:00 pm – dinner
Accommodation in a hotel around Wrocław.
09:00 am – leaving for Licheń Sanctuary
12:30-03:30 pm - sightseeing; Lichen is known for its biggest temple in Poland. In the centre of the sanctuary a 25 m tall hill is built, as a symbol of Golgotha. The church is built to remind a cross. It has 33 stars (reminding 33 years of the 33 years of Jesus life on Earth), 365 windows and 52 doors (they symbolize days and weeks in a year).
05:00 pm – departure for Warsaw, dinner break
Accommodation in a hotel around Warsaw
09:00 am - leaving for Niepokalanow Sanctuary, famous for Maximilian Kolbe (a Polish Franciscan monk), canonized by Pope John Paul II.
11:00 am – departure for Warsaw
01:00-05:00 pm - Warsaw sightseeing trip
Warsaw – the Polish capital, located on the Vistula River. You will see here the Old Town (listed by UNESCO as World Heritage Site) with the Royal Castle; Lazienki Park (the largest park and palace complex); Palace of Culture and Science (the tallest building in Poland and the most visible landmark in Warsaw).
06:00-8:00 pm – dinner break, free time
09:00 am – leaving for Żelazowa Wola – the birthplace of pianist and composer Fryderyk Chopin.
A trip to Nieborów Palace and Museum.