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Treasures of Poland

Treasures of Poland

A 12-day-long, in-depth private tour covering Poland from the north to the south and from the east to the west. The best option to visit all top destinations of Poland and experience every aspect of it. Discover the rich diversity of Polish traditions and customs originating from different regions. Learn more about the turbulent history of our country. Relax in Zakopane, the most famous Polish holiday destination, dip your feet in the waves of the Baltic Sea, taste the famous “pierogi”. Prepare yourself for an experience that will fill your body and soul. 
the phoenix city of Warsaw
Malbork - one of the biggest castles in the world
the amber city of Gdańsk
Toruń - the city of Copernicus
the Church of Peace in Świdnica
the mysterious Książ Castle
Kraków - the city of kings
Wieliczka salt mine
the Tatra Mountains
Jasna Góra monastery
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:
airport transfers
licensed local guides
transportation during the whole tour
entrance tickets


Your personal driver meets you right at the arrival hall, so you don’t have to worry about getting to your hotel...
The driver will take care of you from the first minute of this tour.


Just after breakfast you are going to depart for Nothern Poland. The first stop will be the amazing Castle in Malbork...
It is the mightiest fortress of medieval Europe. The building of the castle started in the 13th century and it was constructed by the Teutonic Knights in stages. The belts of defensive walls with towers and gates are very impressive and the red brick walls of Middle and High Castle are quite distinctive. Tourists can admire the genius of the medieval builders when they see the smart system of central heating, difficult to imagine in 14th century. After the sighsteeing and lunch break you are going to head for Gdańsk.


For some of you Gdańsk may be the most familiar city in Poland. It is the home of Lech Wałęsa, Solidarity and former Lenin Shipyards...
It is believed to be the most beautiful city of Nothern Europe. It outstands with precious historical sites as well as with turbulent history. In 1939, the first shots of World War II were taken here. During the tour you are going to see the main attractions of the Old Town, including the Neptune’s Fountain which is the symbol of the city, the biggest gothic church made of brick in Europe and amazing tenement houses of Długa Street. The second part of the sightseeing will be devoted to the visiting the European Solidarity Center and the shipyard – the place where the Solidarty movement was born. Optional: Tour to Sopot – the most famous Polish seaside resort.


Wrocław – the capital city of the Lower Silesia region is the fourth largest city in Poland...
Throughout centuries, different influences and the changing Polish borders affected the city. Needless to say, before World War II the city belonged to Germany! Now, you can admire those multicultural influences of the city and its architecure. We will start the sightseeing with a walk around the marvelous Main Market. Our English- speaking guide will take you round to show the eye-catching Old Town Hall built in the 13th century, the gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, the impressive building of the University of Wrocław with the magnificent baroque hall of Aula Leopoldina.


This day will be dedicated to a trip outside of Wrocław. Our first stop will be the town of Świdnica, where you can admire one of the most suprising UNESCO Heritage Site – the Church of Peace...
It is an Evangelical Church, built in the 17th century – the largest timber-framed religious construction in Europe. The next stop is the Książ Castle – one of the best-preserved castles in the Lower Silesia region. This majestic residence was transformed into a bomb-proof bunker for Hitler during the war. Return to Wrocław in the afternoon for the overnight.


This day will be dedicated to a walking tour of Kraków and a visit to the majestic Salt Mine in Wieliczka. The tour starts with the Castle and Cathedral on the Wawel hill...
Following the Royal Route, you go down Kanonicza and Grodzka Streets to see the ancient Jagiellonian university premises, and then a stroll leads you through the largest medieval Town Square in Europe. While there, you can stop to visit the oldest shopping mall – the Sukiennice cloth hall, and then the Church of the Virgin Mary with its magnificent Gothic wooden altar by Veit Stoss. The tour finishes at the fortified city walls beside the Barbican Gate. After a quick moment of rest, prepare to be amazed at the devotion and faith, not to mention superstition, that drove miners to carve figures, monuments and altarpieces into the walls of an 800-year-old salt mine in Wieliczka. As you walk down the 360 steps into the salt mine, you get the impression of entering a vast underground city, complete with huge caverns and underground lakes. This subterrean world has earned a place on the UNESCO World Cultural Heritage list. You will visit the largest chapel, devoted to St Kinga, the patron saint of salt miners. The underground church is richly decorated with chandeliers, sculptures, and religious figures carved out of salt.


Feel invited to our one day tour to Zakopane – a major Polish mountain resort, crowded with visitors thoughout its summer hiking and winter skiing seasons...
First you are going to take a funicular up to the top of Gubałówka Hill to admire the excellent view of the Tatra Mountains. Later you are going to exprience the unique local highlander style by walking though the bustling streets of Zakopane, including Krupówki – the main street in Zakopane. After sightseeing you are going to have some free time for lunch in a local restaurant and shopping. Return to Kraków in the afternoon.


Transfer to the airport
Have a safe trip back home!
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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