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    There are regular flights from Mumbai to Warsaw and it is a good place to start your trip.

    This is a sample itinerary for 7 days, which you can further extend by a couple of days in any of the cities, or split a city tour over 2 days for a more leisurely experience, depending upon what specific things you plan on doing.

    Day 1: Warsaw

    Transfer from the airport. Free time in Warsaw.

    Overnight in Warsaw

    Day 2: WARSAW SIGHTSEEING (3 hours)

    Explore such highlights as The Old Town (the Castle Square – St John’s Cathedral – the Old Town Market Square – the Barbican), the Royal Palace on the Water (Lazienki and the Frederic Chopin Monument), the Royal Route and also the former wartime Jewish Ghetto (the Umschlag Platz, the Museum of Polish Jews). Discover also the most authentic Warsaw area, Praga on the right river bank, now an upcoming artistic district. Compare it with with the business downtown and the area around the Houses of Parliament.

    Overnight in Warsaw

    Day 3: CZESTOCHOWA TOUR (8 hours)

    In the morning continue to Krakow with a stop in Czestochowa.

    The Monastery of Jasna Gora is home to the miraculous "Black Madonna" painted icon. The mysterious image helped to make Czestochowa one of the most important pilgrimage destinations in the world, right after Rome, Lourdes and Fatima. The tour includes the Miraculous Picture Chapel and the Basilica, the 600th-Anniversary Museum, the Arsenal and the Treasury.

    Overnight in Krakow.

    Day 4: KRAKOW SIGHTSEEING (4hours)

    One of the best local guides will take you around the magical Old Town: up to the Castle and Cathedral on the Wawel hill, whose crypt is filled with tombs of Polish kings. Following the Royal Route, you will see the ancient Jagiellonian university areas and walk through the largest mediaeval square in Europe. While there, stop to visit the oldest shopping mall, the Sukiennice, and the Church of the Virgin Mary (with the magnificent Gothic wooden altar by Wit Stwosz). The tour finishes at the fortified city walls beside the Barbican Gate.

    Overnight in Krakow

     

    Day 5: AUSCHWITZ & WIELICZKA (11 hours)

    During this all day tour you will visit Nazi death camp: Auschwitz-Birkenau and one of the greatest attractions in Poland - the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Auschwitz is a memorial and museum that all people should visit. It was the largest extermination camp where the Nazis killed about 1,500,000 people here, mainly Jews, but also Poles, Gypsies and members of other nationalities. Wieliczka is the only mine in the world which has been in operation for at least 700 years. The highlights of the place are the underground museum and sculpted chapels made by miners. Both places are included on UNESCO’s Worls Heritage list.

    Overnight in Krakow

    Day 6 arrow ZAKOPANE TOUR (9 hours)

    Approximately 100km south of Krakow is the country’s capital of winter sports. After arriving in Zakopane, you will take a ride up a funicular railway to the top of Gubalowka Hill to see a stunning view of the Tatra mountains, the most spectacular and highest mountain range in Poland. Afterwards you will walk along Krupowki Street - one of the best-known Polish promenades. This is the central area full of local shops, restaurants and boutiques. It’s also a place where Oscypek can be bought. Oscypek is the traditional smoked sheep cheese, made from a mixture of cow and sheep milk. If you are interested in the old style charm of the Zakopane, the guide will take you through the center of Zakopane along the ‘wooden trail’. Do not forget to taste the regional food there.

    Overnight in Krakow

    Day 7: KRAKOW

    Transfer to the airport.

    We hope this helps! :)

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