* Poland – From Krakow to Berlin DMC Travel
Period : May, June, July, August, September, October
Reference : 09P019
Prix : 990€ Ask for a quote
At the crossroads of the Northern and Germanic Slave countries, you will discover in Poland a cultural patrimony and traditions that your guide will show you through unforgettable sites, many of which are listed World Heritage Sites such as Cracow, the Wieliczka Salt Mine, the city of Warsaw, or Auschwitz Camp. Travelling with DMC from Varsaw to Berlin you will enjoy its patrimony and some of the most beautiful towns in the East. An original and complete program punctuated with evenings out to appreciate the local music and people.
D1 – Nuremberg
Arrival at the end of the afternoon in the region of Nuremberg. Check into the 3-star hotel in Nuremberg or its region. Dinner. Accommodation.
D2 Dresden / Wroclaw
Depart for Dresden, former capital of Saxony. Guided visit of the Florence of the Elbe with a Zwinger, vast esplanade surrounded by pavilions and baroque galleries, the castle… Lunch. On towards the Polish border. Continue towards Wroclaw. Meet your French-speaking Polish guide who will stay with you for the duration of the trip in Poland. Check in to a 3-star hotel in Wroclaw. Dinner. Accommodation.
D3 Auschwitz / Cracow
Depart for Auschwitz. Lunch. Visit of the former concentration camp. Then continue towards Cracow. Check in to a 3-star hotel in Cracow. Dinner. Accommodation.
Day reserved for a guided visit of Cracow, the cradle of the polish culture and the historical heart of the country. Discover the biggest medieval square in Europe with the port of St Florian, the church of Notre Dame…Lunch. In the afternoon, visit Wawel Royal Palace from the renaissance period. Return to the hotel. Dinner. Accommodation.
D5 Wieliczka / Zakopane
Depart for Wieliczka. Visit of the former salt mine in Wieliczka with its superb chapel and Klinga, a genuine cathedral sculpted in rock salt. Lunch. Depart for Zakopane, capital of the Tartras. Guided visit of this winter sports resort, a holiday resort since the end of the 19th century with its wooden villas and its typical architecture and its old 19th century church entirely made of wood. Return to the hotel. Dinner. Accommodation.
D6 Czestochowa / Warsaw
Depart in the direction of Czestochowa. Arrival for lunch, then visit of the Josna Gora Monastery, home to the miraculous icon of the Black Madonna. Continue on to Warsaw, capital of Poland. Check into the 3-star hotel in Warsaw. Dinner. Accommodation.
Day reserved for a guided tour of Warsaw. Most of the quarters were destroyed during the Second World War but have been rebuilt exactly as they were before and the old town is listed as a World Heritage Site. Lunch. In the afternoon, visit of Lazienki Palace, “the Palace on Water”, at the heart of a vast historical park. Dinner in a typical polish restaurant with traditional polish music. Return to the hotel. Accommodation.
D8 Warsaw / Gdansk
In the morning, leave Warsaw for Gdansk, “the Baltic Pearl” and the biggest port in Poland. Lunch in Gdansk. Guided visit of this former hanseatic town, with its majestic town centre almost completely destroyed during the Second World War then rebuilt identically. Check into the 3-star hotel in Gdansk. Dinner. Accommodation.
D9 Gdansk / Stettin
Continue the panoramic tour of the town of Gdansk and its port. Free time. Leave for Stettin, the third biggest town in Poland. Luch on the way. Visit of the Duchy of Pomerania Castle. The building has five wings, dating from the renaissance period, all identically rebuilt after being destroyed during the war. Your polish guide leaves you. Check into the 3-star hotel in Stettin. Dinner. Accommodation.
Depart for Germany. Arrival at the end of the morning in Berlin, capital of the federal republic. Lunch. An afternoon devoted to discovering Berlin. Guided panoramic visit by coach of Reichstag, Brandenburg port, Unter den Linden avenue, the Victory Column, Alexanderplatz, Parliament. Check into the 3-star hotel. Dinner. Accommodation.
Discover the former East Berlin : the ruins of the wall, ex-Checkpoint Charlie and the museum relating the different evasions, the Memorial Centre on the theme of the Cold War. Lunch. Depart for Nuremberg. Check into the 3-star hotel in the region of Nuremberg. Dinner. Accommodation.
Coach tour for groups
Accommodation in 3-star hotels depending on the programFull Board (3 course meal – mineral water + tea or coffee in Poland) from the dinner on D1 to breakfast on D12, on of which being a traditional dinner in Warsaw
French-speaking guide in Poland from the end of D2 to the afternoon of D9
Guided tours (excluding entries) : Dresden (2h), Cracow (1 day), Zakopane (2h), Warsaw (1 day), Gdansk (2 half days), Berlin (2 x 3h)
Entries to : former Auschwitz Camp, Wawel Castle, Wieliczka Salt Mine, Our Lady Church in Cracow, Jasna Gora Monastery in Czestochowa, Lazienki Palace, Stettin Castle, Memorial Centre in Berlin
1st person free in an individual room for 20 paid
2nd person free in a twin room for 40 paid
Individual rooms (11 nights) : 385 €
Dinner in an inn with musical entertainment in Berlin (instead of a hotel) : 11 €