Highlights of Poland tour


with Dignity Travel

Contact Us

Encounter the crossroads of history and cultures

14 days


June 5 - 14, 2018

 

The beauty and resilience of Poland is revealed as we encounter a land in the crossroads of history and cultures. The past uncovers as we explore the rebuilt center of Warsaw along with the medieval old towns of Gdansk, Wroclaw and Krakow. Enjoy the rich culture this country has to offer as we delight in traditional Polish music and cuisine, while discovering the Poland of today.


Join Dignity Travel as we provide the highlights of Poland with this easy and wheelchair accessible tour. The tour features a visit to the best cities Poland has to offer in addition to tours to the Jasna Gora Monastery, the world famous Wieliczka salt mines and the renowned mountain resort of Zakopane. 


Tour package

$5,963.70* per person (double occupancy)

$9,259.70* per person (single occupancy)

 

RESERVE YOUR SPOT NOW


Reservations are closed for this tour.


All itineraries and prices are subject to change without notice and are based on estimated group size. A deposit of $4,000.00 per person is required to confirm your reservation. If traveling as a single occupant a $6,000 deposit is required. All major credit cards accepted for deposit. Deposits are fully refundable until the final payment deadline -minus processing fees. Final payment is due by May 1.

What makes this tour special?

  • Small group experience with fulltime group hosts to assist throughout tour
  • Deluxe accessible 4-star hotel accommodations with daily breakfast
  • Tour designed specifically for people who have difficulties walking long distance or use a wheelchair

  • Lunch and dinners per itinerary
  • Evening dinner show in Warsaw
  • Riverboat tour in Krakow
  • Day tour to the world famous Wieliczka Salt Mines
  • Visit to Jasna Gora Monastery
  • Tips for local guides and drivers included
  • Entrance fees to listed attractions included as per itinerary
  • Local English-speaking guides at all destinations
  • Be surrounded by culture as we discover the many different cities of Poland
  • Personal care attendants and/or nurse (based on group size or arranged on an individual basis)
  • Roommates for single travelers may be arranged
  • Security and social opportunities of group travel experience
  • Accessible ground transportation throughout tour

Tour itinerary

June 05 - Depart US

June 06 - Arrive Warsaw and transfer to 4-star accessible hotel

June 07 - City tour of Warsaw including the Royal Castle

June 08 - Visit the summer palace - Lazienki Park

June 09 - Travel to Gdansk with a stop at Torun

June 10 - Visit Malbork Castle

June 11 - City tour of Gdansk including Artus Court

June 12 - Travel to Wroclaw with a stop at the WW II Museum

June 13 - City tour of Wroclaw including the Raclawicka Panorama

June 14 - Travel to Krakow with stop at the Jasna Gora Monastery

June 15 - City tour of Krakow including the Royal Castle

June 16 - Visit the Wieliczka Salt Mines

June 17 - Free day with optional tour to Auschwitz

June 18 - Day tour to Zakopane and Gubalowka Hill Funicular

June 19 - Transfer from hotel to the airport 

Tour highlights

June 06 - Warsaw

Arrive Warsaw and check-in to 4-star accessible hotel. Rest and then enjoy a group welcome dinner. D


June 07 - Warsaw

Today we will enjoy a city tour of Warsaw. We will visit the Old Town with the Royal Castle - a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site - the Old Market Square, the KrasiƄski Palace, the Palace of Justice, and much more. BLD


June 08 - Warsaw

We will visit the summer residence of the Polish Kings, Lazienski Park. BLD


June 09 - Warsaw/Torun/Gdansk

We depart Warsaw for the Baltic Sea city of Gdansk. On the way we will visit UNESCO heritage town of Torun, which has impressive 13th century architecture and one of the most magnificent town hall areas in Poland. BDL


June 10 - Gdansk/Malbork/Sopot/Gdansk

A day tour to Malbork Castle is the highlight today. The castle is the largest brick building in Europe and features exemplary restoration work. After a tour of the castle, we will stop in the seaside resort city of Sopot which hosts the longest wooden pier in Europe. BLD


June 11 - Gdansk

Our city tour of Gdansk includes the Bay of Gdansk, the old town and St. Mary's Basilica -believed to be the largest brick church in the world. We will also enjoy a wooden pipe organ concert in the Olivia Cathedral. BLD


June 12 - Gdansk/Wroclaw

We depart Gdansk for Wroclaw. Along the way, we will visit the World War II Museum. BLD


June 13 - Wroclaw

Our city tour of Wroclaw features, the market square, the town hall and the Raclawicka Panorama - one of the wonders of Wroclaw. BLD


June 14 - Wroclaw/Jasna Gora/Krakow

We depart today for Krakow.  We will visit the Jasna Gora Monastery along the way. The hosts the shrine of Our Lady of Czestochowa the Queen of Poland. We will also visit the armory and treasury rooms. BLD


June 15 - Krakow

Today we will have a city tour of Krakow which will include the Florian Gate, Old Market Square and the Royal Castle. In the afternoon we will enjoy at boat trip on the Vistula River. BLD


June 16 - Krakow/Wieliczka/Krakow

We will visit the world famous salt mines - a UNESCO World Cultural Heritage Site. You will marvel at the salt carvings in the richly decorated chapels and galleries. In the evening, we will enjoy dinner in the Kazimierz district. BLD


June 17 - Krakow

Today is a free day to enjoy time in Krakow as you like. Or, you may choose to take an optional tour to visit the Auschwitz Museum. BD


June 18 - Krakow/Zakopane/Krakow

We take a trip to Zakopane today, the most famous Polish mountain resort. The town has its very own style of architecture and features delightful pedestrian street for you to enjoy shopping, coffee or pastry. We will also take a funicular to the Gubalowka Mountain to partake in the breathtaking views. BLD


June 19 - Krakow

Transfer from the hotel to the Krakow airport for your flight home. B

Tradition Polish dinner show

One of the highlight of our Poland tour is a traditional Polish dinner show which features dancing and music.

Make your reservation for the Highlights of Poland tour today!

612-381-1622

View our calendar of upcoming tours

An exciting accessible and easy destination is waiting for you to discover!

Learn More