Excursions to the Jasna Gora monastery and Chopin's birthplace.
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Emerging as a spectacular new holiday destination, Poland embraces an optimistic future without ignoring its fi ne cultural heritage and often turbulent past. This exceptional introductory tour includes a beguiling trio of cities - the capital Warsaw, with its pristine Old Town, destroyed during the war but resurrected from original plans and materials; captivating Krakow, awash with Gothic, Baroque, Art Nouveau and Renaissance treasures; and delightful Wroclaw, cradle of the Polish state. It also takes in the extraordinary 13th century salt mines at Wieliczka, the poignant site of Auschwitz and the birthplace of Chopin, perhaps Poland’s greatest cultural gift to the world.
We have a short orientation tour of Krakow this
morning. In the afternoon we visit the famous
Wieliczka salt mine, a UNESCO World Heritage
Site. The mine is renowned for its microclimate
and the health giving properties that resulted in
an underground sanatorium being established to
treat allergic diseases.