DAY 1: WARSAW
Arrival to airport in Warsaw. Meet your Eastern Poland representative and transfer to the hotel. Next Warsaw city tour. We will see Warsaw Old Town and the Royal Castle. Visiting Museum of the History of Polish Jews – nominated for the European Museum of the Year Award 2015. Dinner. Evening time for a rest or participating in the night life of the city. Overnight in Warsaw.
DAY 2: WARSAW – KAZIMIERZ DOLNY – ZAMOŚĆ
Breakfast. Check out from hotel. Drive to Kazimierz Dolny – a charming and picturesque town on the bank of the Vistula river. It is a prominent tourist attraction as one of the most beautifully situated little towns in Poland. Kazimierz is known as an artists’ town. Drive to Zamosc – the pearl of Renaissance (UNESCO World Heritage List). Walking tour through the beautiful Old Town. We will see also the Great Synagogue. Dinner and night in Zamosc.
DAY 3: ZAMOŚĆ – LUBLIN – GRABARKA – BIALOWIEZA
Breakfast. Then drive to Bialowieza. Our route goes near the Belarus border. Visiting Grabarka, the Crosses Hill – saint hill of the orthodox church. Transfer to Bialowieza. We will see wild nature part of Bialowieza Forest (UNESCO World Heritage Site) and beautiful original architecture of villages. Visit to a bison reserve. Special dinner – traditional dishes of the region. Night in Bialowieza. The hotel includes a swimming pool, sauna and spa center.
DAY 4: BIALOWIEZA – BELARUS – BIALOWIEZA
Breakfast. A day trip to Belarus, a visa-free cross the Polish-Belarusian border (passports are necessary). We will visit the Belarusian National Park and Kamieniuki village. Dinner and night in Bialowieza. The hotel includes a swimming pool, sauna and spa center.
DAY 5: BIALOWIEZA – BIALYSTOK – TATAR TRAIL – SUPRASL
Check out from hotel. Drive to Bialystok through the beautiful land of Bialowieza Forest. On the way we will see a picturesque old wooden villages (traditional architecture). Arrival to Suprasle, we will see Museum of Icons and Tartar Trail – the oldest mosque in Poland. Lunch – delicious cuisine Tatar. Overnight in a hotel in Suprasl. Dinner – campfire with live music. Regional cuisine: the patato cake, potato sausage and “bigos” – the famous Polish dish, a hunter’s stew, cooked from cabbage with meat, sausage and mushrooms. Night in Suprasl.
DAY 6: SUPRASL – BIALYSTOK – TYKOCIN – WARSAW
Breakfast. Check out from the hotel. Arrival to Bialystok – capital of the north-eastern Poland, region famous from wild nature and multicultural traditions. This is the place in Europe, where meets the East and West. In Bialystok is beautiful aristocratic residence called “The Polish Versailles”. Driving to Warsaw. On the way visiting Tykocin – small city famous for its history and one of the largest Jewish communities in Poland. Visiting the Great Synagogue. Lunch in Tykocin – the eastern Poland Jewish cuisine. Check in. Overnight in Warsaw.
DAY 7: WARSAW AIROPORT
Breakfast. Transfer to airport. Departure from Warsaw.
All transfer by comfortable bus;
6 nights in hotels;
HB meals(breakfast and dinner);
2 lunches: in Tykocin and on Tatar Trail;
Local tour leader and guide service;
Entrance fees to museums;
1 place for Tour Leader FOC