PILGRIM ROUTE

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Day 1        WARSAW
Arrival in Warsaw. Transfer to the hotel. Dinner.

Day 2    WARSAW
Breakfast. The tour of the Old Town and Warsaw churches: St. John’s Cathedral, Baroque St. Anna’s church, Church of Divine Mercy. Dinner.

Day 3        WARSAW – NIEPOKALANÓW – WARSAW
Breakfast. Departure for Niepokalanów. Tour of the Franciscan Fathers Monastery and the Museum of St. Maximilian Kolbe. Return to Warsaw. Stroll round the Royal Palace on the Isle – park and palace complex. Dinner.

Day 4     WARSAW – CZĘSTOCHOWA – KRAKOW
Breakfast. Departure for Częstochowa. Tour of the most famous shrine and pilgrimage centre of Polish Catholics - the Jasna Góra Monastery housing the famous icon of the Black Madonna. Drive to Cracow. Check-in at the hotel. Evening stroll round the beautifully-illuminated Main Market Square. Dinner.
    
Day 5        CRACOW – WADOWICE – KALWARIA ZEBRZYDOWSKA
Breakfast. Trip to Wadowice – home town of the late Pope John Paul II. Tour of the church where he was baptised and of the museum. Next, a drive to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska. Tour of the Bernardine Fathers Monastery Complex.
Return to Cracow. Dinner.
    
Day 6    CRACOW – LUDŹMIERZ – ZAKOPANE – CRACOW
Breakfast. Departure for Zakopane. Stop in Ludźmierz. Tour of Sanctuary of Our Lady from the 13th century. Drive to Zakopane, located at the foot of the Tatra Mountains – a place beloved by Pope John Paul II. Visit to Our Lady of Fatima Sanctuary. Next, a drive to the Holy Family Church. Dinner at a local restaurant. Return to Cracow.

Day 7    CRACOW
Breakfast. Guided walking tour of the centre of Cracow. Visiting Wawel Royal Castle and Cathedral, housing the royal tombs. Walk across the Old Town, visiting historical churches. Stop at the Bishops’ Palace with the window from which Pope John Paul II addressed pilgrims during his pilgrimages to Poland. Walk to the Main Square. Visiting St. Mary’s Basilica where the priceless altarpiece, carved in wood in the 16th century by Veit Stoss can be admired. In the afternoon, leisure time to grab a cup of coffee and relax. Dinner.

Day 8     CRACOW – AUSCHWITZ – CRACOW
Breakfast. Drive to Auschwitz. Tour of the former Nazi extermination camp Auschwitz-Birkenau. Return to Cracow. Leisure time. Dinner.

Day 9    CRACOW – WIELICZKA – ŁAGIEWNIKI – CRACOW
Breakfast. Departure for Wieliczka. Tour of the Salt Mine with the underground caves and a chapel carved in rock salt. Drive to Łagiewniki – a visit to the Sanctuary of Divine Mercy. Return to Cracow. Dinner.
        
Day 10     CRACOW – WARSAW
Breakfast. Departure for Warsaw. Check-in at the hotel. Trip to Wilanów – King Jan III Sobieski’s summer residence. Tour of the palace and a stroll in the park. Return to the city centre. Leisure time. Dinner.
 
Day 11     WARSAW
Breakfast. Transfer to Chopin Airport.

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  • Accommodation: 
    10 nights in TWIN room in 3* hotels:
    4 nights in Warsaw
    6 nights in Cracow
  • Board:
    - 10 x breakfast
    - 10 x dinner
  • Sightseeing programme including service of an English speaking local guides
  • Transfers from/to the airport and transportation by bus according to the programme
  • Assistance of a professional English speaking tour leader


Price does not include:

  • Entrance tickets, Optional propositions
     

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