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Price Per person double occupancy
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Price Includes: Roundtrip air from USA, 6 nights at 4 star hotel accommodations, 6 breakfasts, 2 dinners, all transfers, admissions, guides, and sightseeing per itinerary, baggage handling, hotel taxes and service charges, local guides for panoramic and full-day tours.
Not Included: Air taxes, Gratuities to guides, drivers, restaurant and hotel staff, transportation/guides other than specified above, entrances, sightseeing and meals other than specified above, transfers to and from US Airport, and travel insurance.
Deposit Required: $300 per person will reserve your place. A $100 service fee will be charged for cancellation at any time in addition to our normal payment and cancellation policy.
Day 1: Departure
Relax on your overnight flight to Warsaw. Dinner and breakfast will be served aloft.
Day 2: Arrive in Warsaw
Upon our arrival in Warsaw we will be greeted by a Pilgrim Tour representative and enjoy a brief city tour of Warsaw to include a visit to Chopin's Memorial Park and the Church of the Holy Cross before arriving at our hotel. The Hotel Marriott will be our home throughout our stay in Warsaw. We will have the remainder of the day as free time to relax, rest, and explore the historical city of Warsaw.
Day 3: Warsaw: Free Day
Today will be free for your leisure to explore Warsaw on your own.
Optional Tours: Day 4-7
The next 3 days will be free for you to enjoy on your own or possibly take one of our optional tour programs.
Day 7: Warsaw: Free Day
Today will be our final full day in Warsaw. Take time to rest, shop, or explore any parts of Warsaw you haven't seen yet.
Day 8: Return to US
After breakfast, we will be transferred to the Warsaw airport for our return flight to the US.
Optional Day Tours
Day 4: Zelazowa Wola
This morning after breakfast we will begin our full day guided tour of Zelazowa Wola. Zelazowa Wola is a tiny village 53 Km to the west of Warsaw. It owes its fame entirely to the composer Frederic Chopin who was born there in 1810. His birth place was renovated and furnished in the style of the early 19th Century. It is now a museum which contains an exhibition on the composer. The main attraction is Piano concert which we will enjoy at the end of our tour.
Day 5: Lodz
This morning after breakfast we will begin our full day guided tour of Lodz. Lodz, situated 130 Km to the east of Warsaw, is still a young city but encountering rapid industrial development. It has recently surpassed much older towns and is now Poland's largest urban center after the capital. Although there are no buildings older than 200 years, there is an enormous selection of 19th century architecture including many examples of art nouveau. We will take time to tour the Historical Museum of Lodz, whish is located in the palace of the Poznanski family who were among the wealthiest Jewish clans in the city. The most impressive feature of the Palace is its spectacular dining hall. Visitors can enter the museum of art which displays works by many contemporary artists including Picasso, Chagall and Enrst.
Day 6: Czestochowa
This morning after breakfast we will begin our full day guided tour of Czestochowa. Czestochowa represents the spiritual heart of Poland and the country's national shrine. It owes its fame to the Black Madonna. This religious icon has attracted pilgrims to the Jasna Gora Monastery for centuries. Today, the site ranks 5th in the list of Pilgrimage sites after Vranasi, Mecca, Lourdes and Rome. The painting of the Black Madonna was presented to the Paulite order of monks in 1384. From then on the town grew in fame until it attained its current status as one of the most important Pilgrimage sites in the world. We will enjoy a guided tour of the the Black Madonna (Jasna Gora Monastery). Time permitting we will enjoy visits to the Church Of St. Barbara and The Jewish Ghetto before returning to Warsaw.