Poland is a land of contrasts with contemporary Warsaw as its capital. Horse-drawn carts down peaceful laneways litter the countryside, religious cities like Krakow and Czestochowa draw pilgrims from around the world, while hiking and skiing can be enjoyed in the Tatras and Carpathian Mountains in the south. Then there are the long beaches and the historic streets of Gdansk, the countries newest boomtown and biggest port, on the Baltic coast. Krakow became the worlds first UNESCO World Heritage site in 1978. The country’s former Royal Capital has survived many wars in Poland and is full of churches, monasteries and abbeys in Gothic and Renaissance architectural styles.
The Magic of Poland
6 Nights - This regular tour runs every fortnight from May to October. Check with our office for dates.
Overview: This popular escorted tour of Poland visits the historic cities of Warsaw and Krakow as well as the majestic and scenic mountains along the Austrian border near…