From Warsaw to Krakow in 1 week

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Visiting Poland in a week through the two main cities is possible! Warsaw and Krakow, especially in summer, enjoy a more than pleasant climate for walking with family, couples or friends. Let yourself be seduced by this charming destination a few hours from us.

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<p>Palace of Science and Culture (Sala Congresova).</p> <p>The Juliusz Poet theatre seen from the top of the church of Notre-Dame.</p> <p>Bed Hall.</p> <p>Rynek Główny and the Draps Hall view from the top of the church of Notre-Dame church.</p> <p>.</p>

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  • Warsaw
  • Krakow
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Details of the stay: From Warsaw to Krakow in 1 week - 7 days

Day 1 : Warsaw

Visit the old city of Warsaw (inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List). Take the royal road, after visiting the royal castle, and discover a group of palaces and parks, including that of Lazienki. Walk from place to place: Bankowy Square, Teatralny Square and Senatorska Street, Marshal Jozef Pilsudski Square.

Day 2 : Kazimierz Dolny

Visit the old town and the Rynek where there are two superb and unique arcaded houses with Renaissance facades. Take a detour to the parish church and the Franciscan church on either side of the Rynek. Climb up to the top of the small hill, which offers a beautiful view of the city and the Vistula, and shelters the ruins of the castle and the watchtower. Stroll along the Vistula River to admire several attics in particular.

Day 3 : Visit of Sandomierz and/or Zamosc

Sandomierz: display the old town, its Rynek and its underground passages, the cathedral and its famous martyrology.
Zamosc (city centre on UNESCO's World Heritage List): visit the Rynek, its passage under the arcades, its superb town hall and the Saint-Thomas collegiate church.

Day 4 : Krakow

Enjoy this city with a tour of Planty Park and/or a horse-drawn carriage ride. Discover the historic old town: Barbican, the St Florian Gate, the market square (Rynek), the cloth market (craft market), the belfry of the old town hall, the main shopping streets, the many churches

Day 5 : Krakow (bis)

Walk up and down Wawel Hill: the royal castle, the cathedral, its crypt and tower. Stroll through Kazimierz, the former Jewish quarter of Krakow, to discover synagogues. Visit the Czartoryski Museum.

Day 6 : Wieliczka and/or Auschwitz

Visit the Wieliczka salt mines and/or Auschwitz-Birkenau camp and/or Zakopane and the Tatras.

Day 7 : Warsaw

Discover the Praga district and the new city district. Relive the history of socialism in Warsaw with a visit to the Palace of Culture and Science. Follow in Frederic Chopin's footsteps.

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