Return Channel crossing Coach travel throughout
2 nights half board stay en route
2 nights half board stay in Wroclaw 2 nights half board stay in Krakow 2 nights half board stay in Prague
Guided tour of Wroclaw, Krakow & Prague Boat trip on the river Oder (Wroclaw)
Admission into the Wieliczka Salt Mines for a guided tour Admission into Auschwitz for a guided tour
Admission into Sedlec Ossuary (near Prague)
DURING YOUR STAY
Day 1 – We travel to our overnight hotel with breaks along the way.
Day 2 – We continue our journey travelling to the Ibis Styles Hotel Wroclaw Centrum, where we will be spending the next two nights.
Day 3 – Today we have arranged a guided city tour of Wroclaw idyllically located on the River Odra; the city has a unique architectural and cultural make‐up of Bohemian, Austrian and Prussian influences. After our tour we enjoy a boat cruise along the River Oder. Known as the ‘Venice of Poland’ Wroclaw is built on 12 islands and boasts more than 100 pretty bridges for you to enjoy.
Day 4 – After breakfast we will travel to the Hotel Vienna in Krakow, where we will enjoy another two-night stay. After a chance to settle in, we have arranged a guided tour for you – a great way to discover this incredible destination. Krakow’s striking medieval Old Town is one of the finest in Europe. Filled with soaring churches, impressive museums and Rynek Główny – Europe’s largest market square – along with our guide we will discover the cities secrets as well as its most interesting attractions.
Day 5 – This morning we take you to Auschwitz – the largest of the German Nazi concentration camps. Now open as an emotional memorial to over 1.5 million victims, here, we will be met by a qualified guide for a visit around the remaining prison blocks and gas chambers. Afterwards, we travel to Wieliczka Salt Mines one of the largest underground mining museums in the world. Our guided tour starts with a descent down the stairs to a depth of 64 meters, you’ll then be led through a number of chambers and see underground lakes, shrines and salt monuments.
Day 6 – On our way to Prague, we will visit Sedlec Ossuary – The Church of Bones. Located in Sedlec, in the Czech Republic, the Sedlec Ossuary is artistically decorated by more than 40,000 human skeletons and is one of the most unique churches in the world. Dating back to the 13th Century when the Abbot of the Sedlec Monastery brought a handful of earth back from a journey to the Grave of the Lord in Jerusalem. He scattered this ‘holy soil’ across the Sedlec cemetery, securing its place as one of the most desired burial sites for people all over Bohemia and the surrounding countries. If you would prefer to not visit the Church of Bones, then enjoy free time in Sedlec. Later, we will continue to the 4‐star Hotel Residence Emmy. Day 7 – Discover the best of Prague on our fascinating guided tour this morning. Admire the glorious architecture of the UNESCO historic centre, formed of the Old Town, New Town and Lesser Town.
Hear stories behind the sites, and see some of the cities most interesting attractions including Prague Castle, Europe’s largest castle complex and the Astronomical Clock.
Day 8 – We return to our overnight hotel.
Day 9 – We travel home.