Gdansk is a city not to be overlooked. The beautiful port city, which in the sixteenth century was the most important Baltic port and Poland’s largest city, has survived many years under communist regime with its beautiful Old Town intact.
Warsaw has risen from the ashes of its WWII destruction and now tempts visitors with history, culture and charm. Unravel the compelling history of a city that has witnessed so much, whilst contrasting stark communist architecture with the pretty buildings of the old town centre.
As cities go, Krakow might not be the biggest but it packs in more charm and appeal than many of the bigger rivals. Situated on the Vistula River, Krakow started life as a tiny hamlet on Wawel Hill back in the 7th century. From there the city grew to become Poland’s capital between 1038 and 1596 and is home to one of the most impressive royal palaces in the country, the Wawel Castle.
On our triple centre Gdansk, Warsaw and Krakow holiday, you will spend two nights in Gdansk, three nights in Warsaw and three nights in Krakow, (or vice versa depending on flight times), with rail travel between the cities, breakfast and return airport transfers also included.
These are fascinating cities that are bound to intrigue with their mélange of pretty medieval streets, communist façades and tales dating back through the centuries but if you need a little extra persuasion, we hope our offer of saving £30pp on the normal price of £599pp might be just the excuse you need to get you on your way.
8 nights from £569pp