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A WEEKEND
IN KRAKÓW

Day 1: KRAKÓW

Arrival at Kraków. A guided walk in the Market Square, to St Mary's Church, Cloth Hall, and a walk along the Royal Route. In the afternoon a walk in Kazimierz - the old Jewish District. Dinner in a stylish restaurant.

Day 2: WIELICZKA - KRAKÓW

In the morning departure for the Salt Mine in Wieliczka: visit to the world's unique place, which has existed since the Middle Ages. After return a visit to the Wawel Royal Castle.

Day 3: NOWA HUTA

A visit to a socialist realism monument - Nowa Huta District with a church built with the assistance of the Pope-to-be - Karol Wojtyła. Return flight from Kraków.

A WEEKEND
IN TRICITY

Day 1. GDAŃSK

Arrival in Gdańsk. Meeting with the tour guide. Check-in at a hotel. Free time or an evening walk with the guide around the Old Town.

Day 2. GDAŃSK

A whole-day sightseeing tour: the Royal Road, the Main Town Hall, Artus' Court, St. Mary church, the largest gothic church in the world and the largest church in Poland, the old port crane, the Monument to the Fallen Shipyard Workers of 1970, cruise to Westerplatte, the Oliwa Cathedral, the 12th century church and monastery. Leisure time. An evening dinner in a stylish restaurant.

Day 3. SOPOT - GDYNIA

Transfer to Sopot: a walk around the 19th century resort and over 500 meter pier. Gdynia - port built in the 1920s, a visit to the museum ships: "Dar Pomorza", built in 1909 and "The Thunder" "Błyskawica", a destroyer which served the Polish Navy during the World War II.

Day 4. MALBORK - ELBLĄG CANAL

In the morning: a visit to the Malbork castle: a medieval brick fortress, one of the most valuable castles in Europe, the medieval capital of the Teutonic Order. Afterwards, transfer to Elbląg Canal: a one-of-a-kind structure in the whole Europe (the canal has 5 segments, slipways, locks and sections where the ships move on rails. The water level differs by 100 meters).

Day 5. GDAŃSK

Departure from Gdańsk.