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Hotels & Private services • POLAND Warsaw


Our suggested hotels MDM *** Metropol *** Oxygen Residence R**** Platinum Residence **** Mercure Warszawa Centrum **** JM Hotel **** Regent Warsaw Hotel ***** Rialto *****


OUR PRIVATE SERVICES IN POLAND • Private transfers from Airport or Station to Hotels • Private guides • Private tours: City tour Half or Full day Excursion Auschwitz/Birkenau Zakopane Wieliczka Salt Mine.


Krakow


Our Welcome to Krakow package Include Transfer from Krakow airport or train station to your hotel* 48 hours Cracow Pass valid for free public transportation on busses and trams, free entrance in up to 30 Cracow museums and the hotel of your choice.


Our suggested hotels Crown Piast Hotel & Park ***** The Bonerowski Palace ***** Radisson Blu Hotel Krakow ***** Grand Hotel Krakow ***** Copernicus ***** Holiday Inn Krakow City Center ***** Senacki **** Metropolitan Boutique Hotel **** Queen Boutique Hotel **** Rezydent *** Campanile Krakow ***


Warsaw & Krakow City Break 5 Days /4 Nights


Day 1: WARSAW. Upon arrival to Warsaw to the Chopin Airport, private transfer with English speaking driver to your Hotel in the city center. Check in, walk around the Old Town full of bars and Restaurants. Day at leisure to explore the Capital of Poland. Overnight in Warsaw. Day 2:WARSAW - CITY TOUR - TRAIN to KRAKOW. This morning you will meet your private English speaking local guide for a half day walking tour of Warsaw. Then take a train to Krakow. Upon arrival you will find your way to the hotel and in the evening to the Royal Chamber in Bonerowski Palace with an amazing view to the Main Market sq. of the Old Town for the Frederic Chopin music concert. Overnight in Krakow. Day 3:KRAKOW - CITY TOUR OF KRAKOW, FOLKLORE DINNER This morning you will meet your private English speaking local guide for a half day walking tour of Krakow. In the evening take a walk or taxi to the Restaurant with for a folklore dinner with live music. Overnight in Krakow. Day 4: AUSCHWITZ + WIELICZKA SALT MINE. Another memo - rable experiences awaits you today. In the morning you depart on an excursion to the Auschwitz - former German Concentration Camp to understand better cruelty of II world war in Europe. In the after- noon - Wieliczka Salt Mine - with many hidden chapels, lakes and chambers. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight in Krakow. Day 5: End of Tour This morning depart to Krakow airport or to Prague, Budapest, Warsaw or Vienna or continue your stay in Poland on your own.


2017 Departure Dates: May 9-23-30*, June 6-27*, July 11*, August 1-29*, September 12- 19 -26*, October 10.


from $899


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Package includes: • 1 nights accommodation in Warsaw 4* hotels • 3 nights accommodation in Krakow 4* hotels • Daily breakfast • 2nd class train tickets • Folklore dinner in local Restaurant (3 course with water) with live music


• Excursion to Auschwitz • Excursion to the Wieliczka Salt Mine • Chopin music cameral concert in the Market Sq.


a R This tour is also available on a private base and as fly & drive www.tourcrafters.com 111 Poland


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