Poland Tours and Package TripsExplore Poland on one of our expertly crafted guided tours

About our Poland Tours

Poland is a country that straddles both central and eastern Europe. home of the magnificent Warsaw and the quaint medieval city of Krakow. Here, visitors can enjoy stunning views of the Masurian Lake District. In the Bialowieza Forest, spot bison. Take in the clean air and explore this amazing nation's natural splendor. rich in the background of World War II. a place with intriguing medieval cities. endowed with extraordinary natural attractiveness. An outdoor enthusiast's dream come true with rugged mountain peaks, crystal-clear lakes, forested slopes, and untainted landscapes. You travel right to the heart of Poland with our trips. You can truly get the most of your trip when you combine excellent guided touring with personal free time exploration. Whether it is the picturesque Krakow, the historic Warsaw, or the Baltic port city of Gdansk! View the tour packages we offer to Poland below.

Frequently asked questions

Will I explore Warsaw on your Poland trips?

Yes. Both of our Poland tours spend two nights in Warsaw and include a guided sightseeing tour to highlights including the Old Town, which was rebuilt after almost complete destruction during World War II. Our tours also include guided sightseeing in Krakow, Bialowieza National Park, Gdansk and more.

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The best of Poland

Are you going to Poland? These are a few locations, from Warsaw to Krakow, that you will not want to miss on your vacation! Please do not hesitate to contact our staff if you would need further details about any of our Poland packages!


An enchanting mix of the old and the new, Warsaw had to be virtually rebuilt after the Second World War, having been razed to the ground during years of fighting. A mix of surviving original architecture, Soviet-era Communist blocks and modern high-rises, it's an amazing place to explore. The Old Town is the place to start, and there are two beautiful green parks to visit too.


Spared significant damage during WWII, Krakow's medieval Old Town is well-preserved and listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Visitors to the city will want to start in Rynek Glowny, Krakow's main square and the largest square in Europe. Auschwitz Birkenau concentration camp is just an hour away by road, a sobering but worthwhile visit to remember the horrors of the conflict in which 6 million Polish citizens were killed.


Located on the Baltic coast, Gdansk is one of Poland's prettiest cities. The Motlawa River flows through the heart of Gdansk and first-time visitors should walk along the Royal Way path, which winds through the city and alongside the river. An architectural highlight is the Gothic St Mary's Church which has the capacity to hold 25,000 worshippers.

Białowieza National Park

The primeval Bialowieza Forest is one of Europe's last great wildernesses, located on the border between Poland and Belarus. This forest once stretched across the majority of Europe and it is now the surviving stronghold of the European bison, a species once hunted to the brink of extinction but now making a comeback alongside beavers, lynx and other European species.

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