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Tours in Poland starting from $1,438

Prices are per person “land only” (excluding air) based on double occupancy.

About Poland Tours

 

Explore Poland, an Eastern European country spanning more than 300 miles along the Baltic coastline. Among the many popular reasons Canadians tour Poland is to experience the rich culture, including food, crafts and religion (more than 90% of the population is Roman Catholic). The weather in Poland is pleasant in spring and fall. Winter can get very cold, although the popular Christmas markets are one good reason to visit during these months.

Tour of Krakow

 

When you take a tour of Poland, be sure to visit a variety of cities, as they all offer something unique. For example, Krakow is Poland’s most popular city for tourists. Krakow is located in the South of Poland and can be reached by a 4-hour train ride from Warsaw. Old Town, a UNESCO heritage site is very popular in the summer months because of its many stylish patios. Here you’ll not only find a delectable choice of restaurants, but also several historic museums and souvenir shops.

Warsaw Tours

 

Poland was profoundly affected by WWII. You can tour many war sites throughout the country, such as the Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw, and various Nazi concentration camps, including Auschwitz-Berkenau. Warsaw’s historic center has been carefully reconstructed to repair the damage of WWII.

The tripcentral.ca tour pricing grid will help you compare a variety of Poland tours that pique your interest. Just select your desired date range and choose up to three different destinations, and our tour finder will show you the best matches of all three destinations. Have questions? No problem, contact one of our friendly, knowledgeable travel agents toll free at 800-665-4981 and ask to speak with an agent who’s been there.