Day 1: Arrival to Warsaw, Poland. Rest of the day at leisure and overnight stay.
Day 2: Visit the Palace of Culture and Science, Presidential Palace, Plac Zamkowy - Castle Square, Warsaw Old Town - a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Old Town Market Square and the Mermaid of Warsaw statue. Overnight stay in Warsaw.
Day 3: Travel to Torun - Visit the Old Town Market Square which includes The Old Town Hall, Cathedral Basilica of St. John the Baptist and St. John the Evangelist, Church of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary – are all UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Then, visit the House of Nikolas Copernicus, Łuk Cezara Gate, Leaning Tower of Torun, Teutonic Castle ruins - a UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Overnight stay in Torun.
Day 4: Travel to Gdansk – Visit the Long Lane – Dluga, which includes the Golden Gate, Long Market and ends at Green Gate, Ulica Piwna or Beer Street, Basilica of St. Mary – WORLD LARGEST BRICK CHURCH, Amber Sky Wheel, Gdansk Crane. Overnight stay in Gdansk.
Day 5: Visit Malbork Castle – WORLD LARGEST CASTLE - a UNESCO World Heritage Site and Malbork Castle museum, The Dinosaur Park. Overnight stay in Gdansk.
Day 6: Travel to Wroclaw - Visit the Market Place, Royal Palace of Wrocław, The Opera House, Corpus Christi Church. Rest of the day at leisure. Overnight stay in Wroclaw.
Day 7: Visit Racławice Panorama Monumental, cycloramic painting depicting the Battle of Racławice, Ostrow Tumski, Wrocław Cathedral, Tumski Bridge, Most Tumski. Overnight stay in Wroclaw.
Day 8: Travel to Krakow - Visit Main Square – Old Town, Cloth Hall, Kraków Barbican, St. Florian’s Gate, St. Mary’s Basilica, Wawel Castle - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Later, visit the Kazimierz. Overnight stay in Krakow.
Day 9: Trip to Auschwitz Birkenau Museum and Concentration camp - Tour of the history of the Holocaust and the Nazi concentration camps. Overnight stay in Krakow.
Day 10: Visit the Wieliczka Salt Mine - a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is famous for its deep salt mine. It’s an eerie world of pits and chambers, and everything within its depths has been carved by hand from salt blocks. The mine has a labyrinth of tunnels, with about 300km distributed over nine levels, the deepest being 327m underground. Overnight stay in Krakow.
Day 11: Travel to Warsaw - Visit the Museum of History of Polish Jews, a tram ride to Lazienki Park and the Lazienki Palace. Overnight stay in Warsaw.
Day 12: Departure from Poland