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Germany & Poland


13 Days

Physical rate


Starting city



March 2024 / October 2024

Cities to visit: Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Freiburg Im Breisgau, Lindau, Kempten, Bavaria, Oberammergau, Munich, Rothenburg ob der Tauber, Bavaria, Nuremberg, Würzburg, Warsaw, Kazimierz Dolny, Zamosc, Cracow, Auschwitz (Oswiecim), Czestochowa,

Detailed day by day description


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Arrive at Frankfurt airport and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure. Frankfurt, the financial and commercial center of Germany, is marked by fascinating contrasts between the modern and the historical. Accommodation at the Hotel Maritim Frankfurt ****.
In the morning, transfer to the city of Heidelberg to visit its famous castle. Then stroll through the old city center. Heidelberg, the oldest university town in Germany, is one of the most visited places due to its idyllic location on the banks of the Neckar River. Then travel to Freiburg. The road leads along the Black Forest High Route that offers breathtaking scenery, such as Lake Mummel, where you will have a shortstop. Arrival in Freiburg and brief city tour. Accommodation at the Hotel Novotel am Konzerthaus ****.
In the morning, you will visit a small, traditional farm where you can taste cheese and get a glimpse of real life in the Black Forest. Next, the journey continues to the small island of Lindau, located in Lake Constance, which offers spectacular views of the Alps. Then drive to Kempten. Accommodation at the bigBOX Hotel Kempten****.
The day begins with a visit to Neuschwanstein Castle, built by Ludwig II, the famous "Mad King." At noon drive to Oberammergau, a village famous for its Passion play and handicrafts. On the way to visit, the Wieskirche church was declared World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO. In the afternoon visit to the Linderhof Palace, one of the three castles built by King Ludwig II of Bavaria and the only one where he lived the longest. An afterward short stop at the Benedictine Abbey of Ettal. Continuation of the trip to the city of Munich. Accommodation at the Holiday Inn Munich City Centre Hotel ****.
After breakfast, visit the city's main attractions ending at the main square, "Marienplatz," to admire the famous carillon of the town hall. Munich, the capital of Bavaria, is renowned for its beer festival "Oktoberfest," held in September. Free time at leisure. You can enjoy a typical Bavarian dinner—accommodation at the Holiday Inn Munich City Center Hotel **** in the evening.
Today the tour continues along the "Romantic Road." Departure to Rothenburg ob der Tauber, one of the most beautiful and oldest towns on the "Romantic Road." Passing through the dream city for romantics. Continuation to Nuremberg, the second-largest city in Bavaria. Overnight at the Park Plaza Hotel ****.
After breakfast, there will be a guided tour of the city. Then departure to Frankfurt with a stop in the town of Würzburg, which forms the northern boundary of the "Romantic Road." Arrival at Frankfurt airport and flight to Warsaw. Accommodation at the Radisson Blu Sobieski Hotel ****.
The day starts with a tour of the Polish capital, including a walk through the Royal Lazienki Park. Then visit the former Jewish part of the city, including the grounds of the former ghetto. Next, transfer to the Old Town (UNESCO heritage site) and walk through the medieval streets with the Royal Palace, the Cathedral, and more. Overnight at the Radisson BLU Sobieski Hotel ****.
Continuation to Kazimierz Dolny, the city of artists located on the banks of the Vistula River. Walk through the Market Square, the parish church, and the ruins of the Castle. It is the ascent to the Castle Tower with a beautiful view. In the afternoon, transfer to Zamosc and take a city tour. Zamosc, whose historic center was named a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is a beautiful example of a Renaissance town. Overnight at the Artis Hotel ****.
After breakfast, departure to Zalipie, a village famous for the colorful design of the walls of its houses, chapels, and furniture. Visit the exhibition of regional handicrafts in the House of the Painters. Lunch with homemade dishes. In the afternoon, transfer to Krakow. Accommodation at the Puro Kazimierz Hotel****.
Krakow, the former Polish capital, has been awarded the title of World Heritage Site by UNESCO. Walk through the city and the castle - former seat of the Polish Kings - the cathedral, the Archbishop's Palace (where John Paul II lived), and the Market Square. Free afternoon. Accommodation at the Puro Kazimierz Hotel****.
Traslado al museo de Auschwitz - Birkenau en Oswiecim. Auschwitz - Birkenau (UNESCO), el campo de concentración y exterminio más grande, es símbolo mundial de terror, genocidio y Holocausto. Tiempo libre. Traslado a Czestochowa. Tiempo libre para almorzar. Visita al monasterio de Jasna Gora conocido por la imagen de la Virgen Negra de Czestochowa. Regreso a Varsovia. Alojamiento en el Hotel Radisson BLU Sobieski****.
After breakfast transfer to the airport.
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