- Note: Poland offers vegetarian friendly food and have many options to choose from.
What is NOT included in the tour
- Airfare from Hometown and Return
- Lunch and Dinner
- Visa Fee
Day 01: Arrival at Warsaw
Welcome meeting at the airport with the driver who will take you to the hotel. Depending on the time of arrival and your preferences there would be a free time in the evening or a 3-hour guided Warsaw City Tour, that will allow you to see the highlights of the city, starting from the Old Town, carefully rebuilt after the II World War, with its market square, St. John's Cathedral and the Royal Castle. Then we you will go to the beautiful Lazienki Royal Park with the Palace on the Water. Vegetarian dinner. Overnight in Warsaw.
Day 02: Warsaw - Krakow - Zakopane
Transfer by train from Warsaw to Krakow in a 1st class compartment, which takes approximately 2,5 h. 3-hour Krakow guided Krakow City Tour. Meet one of the best local guide’s to explore the historic city, in particular the largest medieval square in Europe with the 16th-century Cloth Hall in its centre and the world’s largest Gothic altar in the splendid St. Mary’s Basilica. You will walk the cobblestone streets of the Old Town up the ceremonial route to Wawel Hill and the castle of the Polish monarchs. This comprehensive tour will take 4 hours. Vegetarian lunch. Private car transfer from Krakow to Zakopane. Free time and dinner in Zakopane. Overnight in Zakopane.
Day 03: Zakopane
3-hour guided Zakopane Tour. Our tour will start with a stroll along Krupówki Street – one of the best-known Polish promenades and attracting visitors from all over the world. One can find various kinds of architectural styles along this small local boulevard. While walking here you will pass numerous bars, pubs, inns, restaurants and various shops. Next, you will have an opportunity to take a ride up a funicular railway to the top of Gubalowka Hill and to see a stunning view of the Tatra mountains, and also of other mountain ranges: the Gorce, the Pieniny and the Beskid. After a gentle walk around the peak, you will return to visit the oldest parts of Zakopane, such as the beautiful timber lodge of Villa Atma with its archetypal Zakopane style architecture and now used as a museum, and the famous cemetery of “Na Pęksowym Brzysku”, a place so sentimental and special with many “gravestones” in the birch grove made of wood. These grave markers are considered to be supreme works of art. The last stop will be the wooden Old Church built in 1847. Vegetarian lunch and dinner included. Overnight in Zakopane.
Day 04: Morskie Oko
The path should be well-fitting to your condition. Our proposal is a trip to Morskie Oko, which takes a full day. You will travel by limousine or coach in the direction of Slovakia. The ride will take a little more than one hour, then you have to leave this vehicle and walk up a good, steep path for another hour and a half before you eventually reach Morskie Oko. During your free time at the lake, you can stroll around the beautiful valley or undertake another easy two-three hour hike. After four hours spent in this beautiful place it will be time to return to Zakopane the same way you arrived. Lunch pack and dinner in Zakopane included. Overnight in Zakopane.
Day 05: Zakopane - Krakow - Warsaw
A transfer from Zakopane to Krakow by private car. Lunch break in Krakow. Transfer by train, in a 1st class compartment from Krakow to Warsaw. Dinner in Warsaw. Overnight in Warsaw.
Day 06: Warsaw
Time for shopping. Private transfer at the airport in Warsaw for departure to hometown.