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Day 01
Berlin (Germany)
Board your flight to Berlin. On arrival at Berlin airport, clear immigration & customs and board the coach. Berlin is the heart of modern Germany, with a beat that echoes through grand public buildings, glorious museums and theatres. Embark on a city tour of Berlin and visit the place where Adolf Hitler rose to power and commenced his World War II. You will also see the famous Berlin Wall that divided the city till reunification in 1989. Stop at the Brandenburg Gate in Pariser Platz- symbol of the partition of Germany. See the Reichstag, the German Parliament Building (from outside), a 19th century building that boasts a 21st century glass and steel cupola. Visit Alexander Platz, the city centre where you will see the World Time Clock and many more historical monuments.
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Day 02
Berlin - Poznan (Poland) - Warsaw
Today after breakfast you head towards Poznan, former capital of Poland and now a centre of culture and academic studies. Set on the banks of the Warta River, it is a 1,000 year old city with a wonderful mix of Gothic and Baroque architecture, the 10th century cathedral Basilica of St. Peter’s, the Dzialynski Palace and fine Opera House. Have a walking tour to see the Old town square where crowds gather on the hour to watch the 16th century town hall clock strike and many of the city’s fascinating attractions. Continue your journey into Warsaw and check into the hotel for your two nights.
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Day 03
Warsaw city tour
After breakfast, today you embark on a walking city tour of Warsaw, the capital city of Poland. It’s the city sense of gritty realism and a grim determination to overcome the onslaughts of a turbulent history that makes it an interesting and thought provoking place to visit. You start your city tour by visiting Lazienki Park, Theatre Square with grand opera and former Town hall building, Belvedere Palace, the Ghetto Memorial, Nowy Swiat and Krakowskie Przedmiescie, the most famous and elegant avenues, the Presidential Palace, University of Warsaw, Holy Cross Church with Chopin's heart, Copernicus Statue. The Old Town, St. John's Cathedral, with its magnificent Gothic interiors, St. Ann's Church and the Castle Square with the Column of King Sigismund III Vasa.
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Day 04
Warsaw - Czestochowa – Auschwitz - Krakow
After an early breakfast, you drive to Czestochowa to visit the beautiful 14th century Monastery at Jasna Gora, which houses the famous painting of the ‘Black Madonna’, cherished as the ‘Queen of Poland’ and the country’s national symbol. Later in the afternoon you will visit the Concentration Camp at Auschwitz and its chilling reminders of the cruelty of World War II. Then enter into medieval Krakow, Poland’s cultural capital.
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Day 05
Wieliczka salt mines - Krakow city tour
After breakfast, you depart for an exciting excursion to Wieliczka salt mine. It's the oldest operational salt mine in Europe which has been working for over 700 years. Since 1978, the mine is on UNESCO's list of World Class Landmarks of Cultural and Natural Heritage, listed among the top 12 attractions in the world. In the afternoon enjoy a walking city tour of Krakow, where you visit the Barbican, Florian Gate, the Old Market Square, the former Jewish district and the Wawel Hill Royal Castle and Cathedral. The evening is free for shopping or relaxation.
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