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Poland in 7 days

Poland in 7 days

A seven-day-long journey into the world of amazing Polish history: from the Middle Ages, through the era of prosperity in the 16th and 17th hundreds up to the tragedy of the World War II and the new beggining. The best sites to visit in 7 days. A perfect option for those who want to admire the beauty of Polish Mountains – the last day will be spent in Zakopane. Let yourself be enchanted by the unique union of stories, monuments and landscapes. It is simply the essence. We all know there is much more to see, but on the other hand time is always too short. Our goal is to let you take advantage of namely each hour of your tour.
the phoenix city of Warsaw
Jasna Góra monastery with the painting of Black Madonna
Kraków - the city of kings
undergound kingdom of salt - Wieliczka
the Tatra Mountains & Zakopane

Since this is a private tour, the price is calculated individually, depending on many factors, including type of accommodation you choose, type of transportation, time of your trip and number of travelers.

What's included in the price:
Trip preparation and assistance of the dedicated Tour Consultant. You can be sure that your tour will be carefully planned. During your stay in Poland your personal consultant will be at your disposal in case of any emergency situations.
Licensed local guides - as travelling is also about learning about the places you visit, RealPoland books knowledgable and experienced city & museum guides.
Transportation during the whole tour - chauffered transportation with professional driver or transfer with a fast train? We will take care of it!
Accommodation with breakfasts - you can be sure that your consulant proposed the best available hotels in each city.
Entrance tickets - no need to worry about booking and purchasing entrance tickets, everything will be arraneged by RealPoland.


After your arrival at the Warsaw Chopin Airport, be sure that a representative of RealPoland will take care of you during every moment of this trip...
You will be accompanied by drivers and guides and your tour consultant will be at your disposal 24 hours a day. On your first evening in Warsaw, you may like to explore the beautiful city on your own. You can choose the viewing terrace on the 30th floor of Palace of Culture and Science to admire the breathtaking scenery of Warsaw.


In the morning, you depart for Częstochowa, the location of the most famous Polish Sanctuary – the church of Jasna Góra, home of the miraculous Black Madonna painting and one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in the world...
The tour of the monastery will be led by a local guide (with luck, one of the monks of the order). As Kraków will be our following base, you can make yourself at home in one of the centrally located hotels.


You start your stay in Kraków with a walk around the lovely Old Town, culminating with a visit to the Wawel Castle – the original seat of the Polish kings...
The Wawel Cathedral, built in renaissance style, is a famous jewel of architecture. Moving on from the castle, you will pay a visit to the premises of the Jagiellonian University – one of the oldest in Europe. The next step is the Floriańska Gate and the barbican – vestiges of the medieval fortifications. The Main Market Square – the central part of the Old Town – is always packed with a colorful tourist crowd. While there, you cannot miss the opportunity to visit St. Mary’s Church, famous not only for the anthem played from its tower, but also for the medieval wooden altar sculpted by Veit Stoss. In the afternoon, you are free to explore Kraków on your own. In the evening, a short walk around Kazimierz – the old Jewish Quarter, nowadays a district of contrasts: vibrant with night-life on one hand, on the other – you can still feel its tragic history. After a short walk with our guide, you can try the traditional Jewish cuisine in one of the district’s restaurants.


For the end of your tour, you move to the mountain refuge only two hours away from Kraków...
Zakopane, also known as the Winter Capital of Poland – is a town very popular among skiing lovers, but also visited by thousands of tourists in the summer, offering many opportunities for mountain excursions. Visitors can also admire countless examples of unique architecture style typical for this region. Your visit will start with Gubałówka mountain with its famous cable car. From the peak you can admire the beautiful panorama of the Tatra Mountains. The next step will be a walk along Krupówki Street, famous for its stalls with hand-made souvenirs. After the sightseeing, you are going to have some free time for lunch and shopping. Zakopane is well- known for its hand-made souvenirs. Return to Kraków in the afternoon.
My father and I recently returned from our Ultimate Poland tour and we really cannot express how impressed we were with the RealPoland coordination, staff, accommodations, food, local guides and transportation. The itinerary was filled with visits to key historic and cultural sites along with some fun activities like making our own Polish pottery and a pierogi workshop - admittedly, my father and I still need to work on these skills. The accommodations were top class European standard hotels. Breakfast each day was provided in the hotels and dinners were pre-planned at various interesting restaurants in whichever city or town we happened to be staying. Lunch was on us, this may seem daunting but the tours are arranged so that a convenient lunch break happens in a square or Old Town area with an ample choice of cafes and restaurants. As for the Polish cuisine, don’t expect kielbasa and pierogis for every meal - they like to mix it up for you.

Our original intent for taking the tour was to learn more about our Polish heritage. We asked to add an extra day on the end so that we could visit my great grandparents village - the Real Poland staff took care of everything for us, an extended itinerary with hotel, transportation and a local guide.

I can't say enough about how much we enjoyed the beautiful county of Poland. It's clean, safe and very affordable. Additionally, the staff at RealPoland are amazing - especially all of the "Magdas". If you are considering a trip to Poland and are worried about getting around or finding the right tour I would highly recommend RealPoland they are first class.
Tony – Pennsylvania, USA
Natalia' and Magda's quick responsiveness was tremendous! Overall, my total xperience with Real Poland was excellent. They were helpful during setting up my tour plans, and also very helpful when we had to cancel. Natalia researched my grandfather and found lots of information about him that I did not know. I am satisfied with the work she did and I look forward to traveling to Poland in the future. I hope to visit the area where he was from and maybe meet some of my relatives.
Julie – Washington, USA
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We are an inbound Poland Tour Operator, located in Poland, specializing in group and private tours. Our aim is to make your stay here an unforgettable experience. We are experts in organizing unique, custom-made Polish holidays, suiting your personal needs. Our team consists of natives, fascinated by their homeland, licensed guides and touring agents with huge knowledge and energy to share. We will do our best to meet your highest expectations.

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