About the tour: Polish Explorer – Warsaw, Zakopane, Krakow & the Tatras Mountains by Air

Fly to Warsaw from a local UK airport and embark on a delightful introduction to Poland. With an exploration of Warsaw, Poland’s re-built capital city, and with an included visit Krakow, seeing its beautiful square, which is now a UNESCO World Heritage Site - you won’t be disappointed. This holiday also takes in the wonderful resort of Zakopane, where you’ll see the iconic Tatras Mountains. What’s more, for a deeply moving experience you’ll have the opportunity to visit Auschwitz, the largest of the Nazi Concentration Camps.

Tour Includes

  • 6 nights' hotel with continental breakfast
  • 6 evening meals
  • Return flights to/from Warsaw
  • Airport transfers in Warsaw
  • Airport Taxes

Departure Dates

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Tour Itinerary

Certain excursions are included in the price of your holiday. If you choose not to go on an included excursion, for whatever reason, no refunds will be made.
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We believe that our holidays may not be suitable for children under 8 years old (except for Disneyland Paris bookings) however, we will consider individual requests on application. Customers aged 18 and under at the time of travel must be accompanied by an adult, parent or guardian aged over 18 years old.
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    Fly to Warsaw, where you will be met and transferred to your hotel

    • Included meals: Dinner

    Today we travel into the centre of Warsaw for free time. Although the beginnings of Warsaw go as far back as the 12th and 13th century, the city was forced to completely rebuild after its near-total destruction during World War II. The symbol of the capital’s rebirth was an unprecedented post-war re-creation of the Old Town, which in 1980 was put on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. To introduce you to the sights why not join our optional guided sightseeing tour. You will see the “Royal Route” with its aristocratic residences, statues and historic churches before visiting the Old Town, the Castle Square the Barbican and such historical sites as the Ghetto Memorial, the Chopin Monument and the Belvedere Palace. Our local guide will provide an informative commentary, and reveal many of the stories behind the buildings and personalities that have shaped the often-tragic history of this fascinating city. The remainder of the day is at leisure in this remarkable city. Explore the streets of the Old Town with atmospheric alleys, squares and cosy cafes.

    • Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Included highlights

    • Warsaw

    Optional highlights

    • Warsaw Guided Tour

    We leave Warsaw today and head south passing the cities of Piotrkow-Trybunalski and Krakow. We arrive at out hotel in Zakopane where we stay for the next four nights.

    • Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Spend a day at leisure in Zakopane or why not join our poignant optional excursion to the Auschwitz-Birkenau complex. A site of great importance to the Holocaust story, Auschwitz will forever be seen as the centre of a vast plan to exterminate a whole race of people. Rudolph Hess was given the assignment of expanding the camp to accommodate 30,000 prisoners. In this process he built an annex that would hold 100,000 prisoners of war. As the prisoners arrived, approximately 25 percent were then and there determined to be “fit for work” and allowed to live a bit longer. The great majority of Jews, however, who were deported to Auschwitz - men, women and children - were immediately sent to their deaths in the gas chambers of Auschwitz II - Birkenau. When the SS realized that the end of the war was near, they attempted to remove all evidence of the atrocities committed there. They dismantled the gas chambers, crematoriums and other buildings. They burned documents and evacuated all the prisoners who could walk to the interior of Germany. The number of victims was approximately one million, only 667 prisoners escaped; 270 were recaptured and executed. Those who were not evacuated were liberated by the Red Army on January 27, 1945. Auschwitz is the largest of the Nazi concentration camps, and is preserved in order so that mankind never forgets the atrocities committed here. This remains a hugely emotional experience.

    • Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Optional highlights

    • Auschwitz

    Today our included excursion takes us to Krakow. As the ancient capital of Poland, Krakow was the royal residence for centuries. It was also the only major city in the country to escape major damage during World War II. Krakow’s assembly of monuments are listed by UNESCO as one of the world's twelve most significant historic sites. Why not join our optional guided tour to introduce you to the sights of the Old Town, now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Market Square is one of the largest medieval squares in Europe and deserving of its place among the most beautiful in the world. The square is the focal point of the city and is divided by the imposing Gothic style Cloth Hall. After the sightseeing tour there will be time at leisure to explore all at your own pace. Perhaps walk up Wawel Hill to the Royal Cathedral, one of Poland’s greatest buildings, and the burial place of over 40 Polish Kings.

    • Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner

    Included highlights

    • Krakow

    Optional highlights

    • Krakow Guided Tour

    Today our optional excursion takes us to Morskie Oko Lake, the largest and best-known lake in the Polish Tatras and is regarded as one of the most beautiful. Accompanied by our guide we start our excursion with a scenic drive through the breath-taking mountain scenery to Palenica Bialczanska. From here we take a horse and carriage ride through this beautiful area to Polana Wlosienica. We then continue by foot for approximately 1 mile to Morskie Oko Lake where there will be ample free time to explore at your leisure. Please note: This excursion may not be suitable for passengers with walking difficulties.

    • Included meals: Breakfast, Dinner
    Morskie Oko
    Morskie Oko

    Optional highlights

    • Morskie Oko

    Transfer to Warsaw airport for your return flight to the U.K.

    • Included meals: Breakfast


    Polish Explorer – Warsaw, Zakopane, Krakow & the Tatras Mountains by Air

    Book online OR call our friendly travel advisers on:
    01709 787 463


    If you prefer, then you can join the tour at the hotel. To do this, we will require a copy of your passport for identification purposes and you must advise us at the time of booking.

    No reduction will be given if you should choose to do this.

    All hotel rooms benefit from private bathroom facilities.
    Some hotels have tea and coffee making facilities. Please check the tour pages for more information or call our Customer Service Department on 01709 830333.
    Most hotels have a lift, please call our Customer Service Department on 01709 830333 for more information.
    Some hotels have ground floor rooms. Please email for information on individual hotels or call our Customer Service Department on 01709 830333.
    Your hotels will supply towels in your room.

    We are unable to guarantee that the hotel will be able to meet your dietary requirements. We find that the majority of European countries do not generally cater for vegetarians and that the meal supplied may well be what everyone else is having minus the meat.

    We will of course endeavour to arrange for a vegetarian meal at the hotel. We do however suggest that you advise us of your dietary requests at the time of booking and recommend that you speak to the receptionist on arrival with regard to your request.

    You will stay for two nights at the 4-star Radisson Blue Sobieski in Warsaw, centrally located in the Business District. You will then stay for four nights at the 3-star Hotel Sabala, or similar in Zakopane. The hotel is the oldest in Zakopane and is built in the traditional wooden style, typical of the region. Located in the heart of the resort on the main street, the ‘Krupowki’, the hotel has a restaurant and bar.


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