Undiscovered Poland

Join us on an all-inclusive stroll through history with Ann, Pat, and Robyn.

Book by May 16, 2020

Our all-inclusive tours are designed to immerse our guests in local experiences, epic sightseeing, quality shows, and tremendous dining. Having fun isn't hard when you can leave your wallet behind. So come with Ann, Pat, and Robyn and you will find every tour with us has a great story to tell.


Poland is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. Highlights include Old Town Gdansk, dinner in a Saltmine, making traditional gingerbread, folklore show, and enjoying the beauty of the countryside. Our journey concludes with a spectacular stay in Prague.

September 8 - 21, 2020 | 12 Nights



• Round trip airfare

• Accommodation 

• Daily breakfast, 9 lunches, and 12 dinners 

• English speaking Tour Director and local guides

• All sightseeing, entrance fees, and tours

• Baggage service

• Transportation on a deluxe motor-coach

• All taxes and gratuities



$6,545 CAD PP 

Based on double occupancy 

Single supplement: +$1,596

Non-refundable deposit per person: $1,000

Final payment: May 30, 2020


Day 1 | September 08, 2020

Depart Toronto
Board your overnight flight to Gdansk, Poland.

Day 2 | September 09


Arrive in Gdansk, where you will meet with the tour guide and visit the Museum of the Second World War.

Day 3 | September 10

Gdansk – Torun
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After breakfast, tour the historic port town of Gdansk, and enjoy a baroque pipe organ concert in the Gothic Cathedral in Oliwa. Travel to Ostrodzko where you experience a leisurely canal cruise on the Buczyniec Ramp along the Elblaski Chanel. Finish the day with dinner at the Hotel in Torun.

Day 4 | September 11

Torun – Warsaw
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

In the morning walk one of the most beautiful cities of Poland - Torun. Make traditional gingerbread at the Gingerbread Museum. Then travel to Warsaw for dinner, music and a show.

Day 5 | September 12

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

The day begins with a full day tour of Poland’s capital that was completely destroyed during WW II then rebuilt. The tour includes Old Town, a visit to the Royal Castle and Synagogue.

Day 6 | September 13

Warsaw – Czestochowa – Krakow
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Departure to Krakow this morning via Czestochowa, where you will visit the Jasna Gora Monastery. After lunch at local restaurant in Czestochowa, continue travel on to Krakow.

Day 7 | September 14

Krakow – Auschitz – Krakow
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

After a half day tour including Wawel Castle, you will visit Auschwitz Museum, a place of the Nazi German Concentration Camp, now a martyrdom museum. Finish the day with dinner at Klezmer Hojs with klezmer music.

Day 8 | September 15

Krakow – Zalpie – Wieliczka – Krakow
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

On your way to Wieliczka stop in Zalipie - famous as a “painted village” also described as the real life Polish village hundred years ago. Then travel for dinner to the Wieliczka Salt Mine, this 800 year old salt mine is the oldest one in Europe, before returning to Krawkow.

Day 9 | September 16

Krakow – Wadowice – Zakopane
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Travel from Krakow to Zakopane via Wadowice, the home town of John Paul II and visit the Basilica where he was baptized. Our guide will also invite you to taste famous “Pope’s cream cakes”. Experience Zakopane the “winter capital” with a half day tour where we will see a panoramic view of the Tatra Mountains, and wooden architecture style, built in 19th and 20th century. Relax, and visit local shops, with a hand-made, art-crafted products before a lovely evening dinner with local entertainment.

Day 10 | September 17

Zakopane – Sromowce – Neidzica Castle – Zakopane
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Today go river rafting in Sromowce with Uplander’s rafts, view the two beautiful castles of Niedzica and Czorsztyn, before you enter the deep gorge, surrounded by white limestone peaks. After visit Niedzica Castle and finish the day with dinner at the hotel.

Day 11 | September 18

Zakopane – Prague
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Travel from Zakopane to Prague this morning, with stop in Brno a vibrant, authentic Czech town that will be sure to win you over.

Day 12 | September 19

Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner

Your morning’s sightseeing tour reveals why Prague is considered one of Europe’s most attractive cities, with a historic city center that’s recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visit the 1,000 year-old Prague Castle and St. Vitus before walking over the Charles Bridge to the Old Market Square. The rest of the day is at your leisure, perhaps to visit Wenceslas Square or enjoy yourself in one of the city’s many charming cafes. This evening, an “Folklore Dinner Show” provides an opportunity to learn about Czech music, dance and traditions.

Day 13 | September 20

Breakfast, and Dinner

Spend a day at your leisure, perhaps to stroll through a museum or gallery, wander along the banks of the Vltava River, relax at an outdoor café, or shop for local handicrafts. If you prefer, participate in an optional excursion to Terezin, the infamous WWII concentration camp that is now a memorial to those who perished.

Day 14 | September 21

Depart Prague

Transfer to the airport in the morning for your home bound flight.

Terms & Conditions

*Spaces are limited.