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Kritra

Along the Baltic Coast

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  • Seats

    25

  • Duration

    12 DAYS

  • Discount

    10% OFF

Leaving the coast, you can continue down of Pomerania. This is a trip back in time to a land of Gothic architecture, old and modern-day knights and historical towns, of which the most charming is Torun
 

Day 1: Warsaw 
( Warsaw ) 

Arrival to Warsaw, the capital of Poland; meeting with the guide at the Frederic Chopin airport; transfer to the hotel; time to refresh; welcome dinner 

Day 2: Warsaw 
( Warsaw ) 

Warsaw city sightseeing: transfer to the Lazienki Royal Park with the Palace on the Water and the Island Theatre; from there route leads through Warsaw City with skyscrapers and monumental architecture from communism time, then the Grand Theatre and Opera House, Jablonowski Palace, Tomb of Unknown Soldier and Saski Park, Town Hall, Umschlagplatz and the Monument of Heroes of Ghetto; transfer to the Old Town (UNESCO Heritage); visit to the Royal Castle and the cathedral, Market Square and defensive walls with barbican; further walk to the New Town: the Krasinski Palace, Palace of Justice and Monument of Warsaw Uprising; dinner 

Day 3: Warsaw – Torun - Malbork 
( Malbork Torun Warsaw ) 

Transfer to Torun, the best example of medieval gothic town (UNESCO Heritage) and birthplace of great Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, who made a crucial discovery that the Earth is not the centre of universe; walk along the Old Town, visit to the Copernicus House and the Cathedral with a bell tower offering a splendid view over the city; optional visit to a gingerbread factory and time for a souvenir hunt; further transfer to Malbork; dinner 

Day 4: Malbork – Tricity (Gdansk – Sopot – Gdynia) - Malbork 
( gdansk Gdynia Malbork Sopot ) 

Transfer to Torun, the best example of medieval gothic town (UNESCO Heritage) and birthplace of great Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus, who made a crucial discovery that the Earth is not the centre of universe; walk along the Old Town, visit to the Copernicus House and the Cathedral with a bell tower offering a splendid view over the city; optional visit to a gingerbread factory and time for a souvenir hunt; further transfer to Malbork; dinner 

Day 5: Malbork – Gierloz - Suwalki 
( Gierloz Malbork Suwalki ) 

Guided tour in Malbork Castle - the medieval capital of the Teutonic Order Knights in Eastern Europe and the biggest red brick gothic castle in the world (UNESCO Heritage); transfer to Gierloz; stop in Swieta Lipka in Jesuit monastery; drive to Gierloz; guided sightseeing of Wolfschanze - the Headquarter of Hitler on the Eastern front during the II WW; transfer through picturesque Masuria Region famous for its lakes and green forests to Suwalki; dinner 

Day 6: Suwalki – Kaunas (Lithuania) – Trakai - Vilnius 
( Kaunas Suwalki Vilnius ) 

Morning departure via Lithuanian border to Kaunas; short sightseeing of the city, visit to the Vytautas Church, dedicated to Virgin Mary and walk along Freedom Avenue (Laisves Aleja), which is believed to be the longest pedestrian walkway in Europe; transfer to Trakai, the ancient capital of Lithuania and visit to the famous insular Trakai Castle - an excellent example of Gothic architecture; further drive to Vilnius; dinner 

Day 7: Vilnius 
( Vilnius ) 

Vilnius City sightseeing, including Gates of Dawn, famous Gediminas castle, the Cathedral, charming St Anna Church, Vilnius University and its inner yards – one of the oldest and most famous establishments of higher education in Eastern and Central Europe, which was founded in 1579 , the Hill of 3 crosses; afternoon to your leisure; dinner in a local restaurant 

Day 8: Vilnius – Siaulali – Rundale (Latvia) - Riga 
( riga Rundale Siauliai Vilnius ) 

Morning departure to Riga (Latvia); on the way visit to the most saint place in Lithuania – the Hill of Crosses, the national pilgrimage center with a huge number and variety of crosses brought by Christian pilgrims from all over the world; entering the Latvia country; stop in Rundale Palace, one of the most outstanding monuments of Baroque and Rococo art in Latvia, built in XVIII century as a summer residence of Duke Ernst Johann of Courland, designed by the Italian architect B.F. Rastrelli, the main architect of Saint Petersburg these times; arrival to Riga; dinner 

Day 9: Riga 
( riga ) 

Riga is famous for its architecture from 19th century and its Art Nouveau style (UNESCO). The city’s pearl of art is the Blackheads House, a striking gothic building with a Dutch renaissance façade. We would see also the Dome Cathedral (the largest place of worship in the Baltics), Freedom Monument and Powder Tower. Afternoon at your disposal or optional tour to the Latvian seaside resort – Jurmala, located 15 km from Riga; dinner 

Day 10: Riga – Sigulda – Tartu (Estonia) - Tallinn 
( riga Tallinn ) 

Morning transfer to Sigulda to see the ruins of the castles of Sigulda, Cesis and Turaida, visit to Turaida’s museum - home of numerous statues and sculptures spread in a park. Transfer to Tartu, the oldest town in Estonia already mentioned in XI century. Walk around the historic centre: university, town hall, ruins of the cathedral, bridges of Angel and Devil. Evening arrival to Tallinn. Dinner 

Day 11: Talinn 
( Tallinn ) 

Tallinn city sightseeing: Toompea Castle, city walls with Kiek in de Kok - 45m, six-storey cannon tower from 15th century, Dome Church, the oldest church in Estonia founded in 1219. In the Town Hall Square we would see town hall and a famous pharmacy (one of the oldest continuosly running pharmacies in Europe since 1422). Afternoon free to your leisure or an optional tour to baroque Kadriorg Palace. Farewell dinner 

Day 12: Tallinn – Helsinki (Finland) 
( Helsinki Tallinn ) 

Morning ferry to Helsinki; Helsinki city sightseeing – the historical centre, the Presidential Palace, City Hall, the Parliament buildings, Finlandia Hall and the Opera House; stops in the park with the Sibelius Monument and, when possible, at the Temppeliaukio Church (church in the rock). Transfer to the airport. Departure 
 

Lazienki Park

Magnificent palatial and garden complex was built by King Stanislaw August Poniatowski during the second half of the eighteenth century and features

Gdansk History Museum

It is arranged in a sort of chronological order, with natural and fossilised amber in the first room you come to, and historical through modern jewelry, sculpture, and decoration as you climb the stairs. In addition to some spectacular pieces, there is plenty of information (much of it in English) about the history of amber and the amber trade in Gdansk

Gdansk Light House

Situated at the entrance of the harbor of Gda?sk, the Nowy Port lighthouse combined three distinct functions: that of a coastal lighthouse, a harbor pilots tower, and a time ball station

Town Square - Old Town

Old Town Torun is well worth visiting. It has a number of historic buildings, beautiful churches, shops, pubs, and restaurants. In fact, if you are in Poland and Torun is not your destination, consider making a detour to visit this historic city, where that great polymath Nicolaus Copernicus was born and baptized. Old Town Torun is an excellent place for photographers

Copernicus Observatory

It is a nice place for those who are at least a little interested in astronomy. There you can see 2 exhibitions (about space technology, you can do some experiments) and a movie displayed on a giant spheric screen above your head

Planetarium - Torun

Planetarium in Torun is absolutely great place to relax, great emotion coming from outer space, and even a nap for a weary traveler. Form a bit outdated as the twenty-first century, however, fascinated by the childhood memory. Description: not to remember the first time, so be sure to go there several times. The hypnotic voice-over put you in a state of relaxation and took on an extraordinary journey through the celestial bodies

Teutonic Castle

The important ruins of the Teutonic castle are worth visiting (but actually you can see quite a lot without actually paying to go in). There are signs in Polish, German and English that cover the basics but a lot of extra stuff in Polish only, so if you want the full deal, pick up some good reading material before you get there (none to buy, as far as I could see.) Basically, it's good to wander through the walls and visit the cellars (where there is an extraordinary dungeon, filled with all sorts of spookiness that has nothing to do with Torun, knights, dungeons or castles) but I imagine it's better when they have things going on, which I gather they do at other times, from eg the blacksmith's forge that's set up. On a freezing December morning, it was genuinely interesting but a quickish visit was enough

Malbork Castle

A beautiful old castle from the 13 century and a must see just an hour train journey from Gdansk. With beautiful views from the top tower it's worth paying the extra 8pl for the amazing view

Sopot Beach

Located on the northern coast of Poland near Gdansk, Sopot Beach is famous for its white sands, nearby shops, restaurants, and other cultural happenings. The Baltic isn't known for its warm waters, but can be temperate in the late summer/early fall months

Sopot Pier

Sopot pier is pure joy! A simple wooden pier with some seating and one or two buskers. There are no vendors selling tacky junk and junk food. It is a wonderful place to take a stroll, admire the odd yacht or two and catch some sun. There is a great restaurant near the end where you can have lunch or coffee and cake

Muzeum Sopotu

The museum praseniert archive elle equipment of the villa to the documentation of its owners - Family Claaszen. But there are also valuable thematic exhibitions such as fashion in spa. In winter season, the museum organizes many commissioned and sometimes concerts. In summer, however, there are also outdoor exhibitions. The building is right on the beach, it could not be better!

Okret Muzeum ORP Blyskawica

A very well presented ship, walk around the deck and inside the once destroyer Blyskawica, which is now a Naval museum. Located in the centre of Gdynia, in Skwer Kosciuski by the water, so very easily accesible!

Dar Pomorza - Oddzial Centralnego Muzeum Morskiego

A great inside view into a beautiful tall ship that sailed all over the world. The museum is interesting to see and every tourist in Gdynia should check it out

Old Town Kaunas

The old town in Kaunas seems to be buzzing with people, morning noon and night! It's very picturesque with a museum and scores of restaurants, leading to the cathedral and the main square. A must if visiting Kaunas

Akropolis

Great range of shops and restaurants, easy to find the shops you need. Great coffee bars, large Maximas supermarket that sells a wide range of goods from electrical to cloths and of course food

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