Christmas Market

We offer you an unforgettable tour to Poland, that includes:

  • 9 nights in the most beautiful cities in Poland:
    Warsaw (3 nights), Poznań (1 night), Wroclaw (1 night), Prague (1 night), Polanica-Zdrój (1 night), Kraków (2 nights)
  • Visiting 5 Christmas markets in Warsaw, Poznan, Krakow, Wroclaw and Prague; a unique opportunity of making your own baubles during our workshops; lunches and dinners (as per itinerary) where traditional Polish dishes will be served; unique atmosphere of upcoming holidays, and much more..

Duration: 10 days
Nov 30th – Dec 10th, 2023
Total distance: 968 miles
Arrival: Warsaw
Departure: Warsaw


Welcome to Warsaw, Poland!
We meet you at the airport and transfer to a comfortable
hotel in the center of Warsaw.
After some rest, we invite you for an introductory walk
around the Old Town of Warsaw. We will see the
Presidential Palace, Tomb af an Unknown Soldier and walk
along the elegant street of Krakowskie Przedmiescie.
We finish the walk at the traditional Polish restaturant
where the welcome dinner will be provided.

Overnight: Warsaw, 3* or 4* Hotel in the Center of the town


Our day begins in the heart of Warsaw’s Old Town Square.
As we wander around the square, we’ll admire the stunning
historic architecture of the colorful buildings. Later we’ll
make our way to the Christmas market, located just a short
walk from the square. The market is filled with the aroma
of gingerbread, and mulled wine. Here, we’ll have the
opportunity to browse through local Polish handmade
crafts and shop for souvenirs while soaking up the festive

Overnight: Warsaw, 3* or 4* Hotel in the Center of the town


After breakfast we head to Poznań, one of the first capital
cities of Poland. Today Poznań is best known for its
renaissance Old Town and Ostrów Tumski. The Old Town is
probably the most colorful place in Europe thanks to the
facades of the buildings that are like a butterfly’s wings.
Ostrów Tumski is an island and the oldest part of the city
where a palace of the Piast dynasty was built in the 10th
century. In the evening we visit one of the lagest christmas
markets in Poland.

Overnight: Poznan, 3* or 4* Hotel in the Center of the town


In the morning we drive south to the city of Wroclaw, and
ejoy the day visitng the most imporant sites here: the
beautiful Old Town with the famous Market Square and an
Old City Hall in its centre, and the Island of Ostrów Tumski.
We find out more about the history of city and its role over
the centuries.
As Wroclaw used to be a Germancity, we finish the
sightseeing with a cup of Glühwein at the Christams

Overnight: Wrocław, 3* or 4* Hotel in the Center of the town


Today we explore Ksiaz Castle complex. The history of this
place goes back to 13th century. Over the centuries it was
rebuilt and expanded. During World War II, the castle was
seized by the Nazis and became part of the vast
underground Project Riese complex, presumably a
projected Führer Headquarter.
In the evening we head to Prague in Czechia, where we will
have a short walk around the Old Town.

Overnight: Prague 3* or 4* hotel in the Center of the town


We start our tour with the sightseeing of Prague. We walk
along the famous Golden Street. On our way to the
Prague’s Old Town we can admire the Charles Bridge – an
icon of Czech Republic.
Later we come back to Poland to the beautiful resort town
called Polanica-Zdrój, known for its beautiful parks, historic
architecture, and natural mineral springs. We will take a
sleigh ride around the town known as Kulig and finish the
day with a bonfire.

Overnight: Polanica, 3* or 4* hotel in the Center of the town


In the morning we drive to the city of ‘kings and dragons’.
Kraków, the former capital of Poland, is situated at the foot
of the Royal Wawel Castle. This city of medieval roots owns
Europe’s largest market square and many historical
monuments and churches with magnificent interiors. On
our way we will visit the famous Salt Mine Wieliczka. The
mine features a labyrinth of salt tunnels and is recognized
as the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
In the evening you may also enjoy another Christmas
Market in Kraków.

Overnight: Kraków 3* hotel in the center of the city.

salt mine in wieliczka in poland, underground salt statues


This day is dedicated to sighseeing of the Royal Wawel
Castle. It was built on the hill on the banks of the Vistula
River. When Kraków became the capital of Poland in 1138,
the Wawel’s Cathedral became the coronation place of the
Polish kings and the castle their most important residence.
Devasted during the partitions era but was not forgotten by
the nation. Today we can admire the whole complex
beautifully renovated.
Enjoy your free time in the afternoon having a cup of coffee
or your favourite tee at the Main Square.

Overnight: Kraków 3* hotel in the center of the city.


After breakfast, we head back to Warsaw. On our way we
visit the the bauble factory in Piotrków Trybunalski, where
we will participate in the workshop of painting and

decorating Christmas tree baubles and learn how the fifty-
person crew handcrafts Christmas tree glass balls, from

blowing the shape, to decorating, to preparing them for
shipment around the world.
In the afternoon, we get to Warsaw and have a farewell
dinner together.

Overnight: Warsaw 3* hotel

DAY 10

Today is our final day in Warsaw. The last moment to get
some Polish Christmas gifts that will remind you your
amazing time spent in Poland in a charming Christmas
Transfer to the airpot and departure from the Chopin
Airport in Warsaw.

Tour Fee and Inclusions/Exclusions:

  • $2.399 per person – DOUBLE or TWIN room accommodation (land only)
  • $590 per person – SINGLE Supplement


  • Airport transfers in Warsaw on arrival and departure day
  • Comfortable air-conditioned transportation in a mini-bus (max. 15 people)
  • English speaking tour leader throughout the itinerary
  • Accommodation in TWIN or DBL room at 3- or 4-star hotels with buffet breakfasts (9 nights)
  • Meals as per itinerary (8 x lunch, 1 x welcome dinner, 1 x farawell lunch)
  • All of the entrances to tourist attractions, and local guides, as specified in the itinerary.
  • Genealogical support before and during the whole trip
  • Guaranteed departure