- From: 03/13/2021
- For: 9 days
- Landing in: Prague, Czech Republic
- Returning from: Gdansk, Poland
Prague, Czech Republic
2 nightsSat. Mar 13-Mon. Mar 15
Olomouc, Czech Republic
1 nightMon. Mar 15-Tue. Mar 16
2 nightsTue. Mar 16-Thu. Mar 18
1 nightThu. Mar 18-Fri. Mar 19
1 nightFri. Mar 19-Sat. Mar 20
1 nightSat. Mar 20-Sun. Mar 21
2 nightsSat. Mar 13 - Mon. Mar 15
The capital and the largest city in the Czech Republic, Prague boasts a magical cityscape, rich in history and culture.
Astronomical Clock, Prague
A must-see stop on any traveler's visit, this 15C astronomical clock with its animated hourly show has become symbolic of the city.
Historic Center, Prague
Stroll through the Old Town, admiring its spectacular historic architectures and soaking up the medieval atmosphere.
The world's largest castle complex dates to the 9C, featuring the stunning St. Vitus Cathedral, historic exhibits, and beautiful gardens.
National Museum, Prague
Home to over 14 million objects and artifacts, this museum's collections encompasses history, science, art, music, and other fields.
1 nightMon. Mar 15 - Tue. Mar 16
Home to several beautiful old buildings and churches, this lovely city boasts the oldest university in Moravia.
Historic Center, Olomouc
Wander around this old town center and admire its cityscape, rich with 15C architecture and fascinating history.
Located in the forest, this wonderful zoo is home to more than 350 animal species, as well as a nice playground for children.
Museum of Modern Art, Olomouc
With contemporary artwork by both Czech and international artists, this popular museum also features an excellent photography exhibit.
St. Wenceslas Cathedral, Olomouc
Dating to the 12C, this neo-Gothic cathedral features a 100m tower with gorgeous views, beautiful interior, and a serene ambiance.
2 nightsTue. Mar 16 - Thu. Mar 18
A metropolis of cultural significance, Krakow preserves a multitude of historic and religious remnants dating all the way to the 7C.
Historic Center, Krakow
Discover the most famous Old Town in Poland - a medieval district rife with religious, cultural, and architectural wealth.
Wawel Castle and Cathedral, Krakow
A hilltop complex consisting of the 14C Royal Castle, the famed Cathedral, a treasury, an armory, and various excellent exhibits.
Czartoryski Museum and Library, Krakow
An 19C national museum housing valuable collections of 16C-19C paintings, cultural artifacts, antiquities, and craftsmanship.
Manggha Museum of Japanese Art and Technology, Krakow
A cultural center housing rare 17C-19C Japanese woodblock prints, as well as rotating exhibitions pertaining to Asian heritage.
1 nightThu. Mar 18 - Fri. Mar 19
One of Poland's most colorful cities, Wroclaw is strewn with bridges, historic monuments, and plenty of multicultural charm.
Historic Center, Wroclaw
A treasure of brilliant architecture and vibrant spirit, this historic center offers a uniquely rich experience of Polish culture.
Royal Palace, Wroclaw
An 18C Baroque palace, housing the Wroclaw City Museum and its exceptional exhibits on history, interior design, and art.
Panorama of the Battle of Raclawice, Wroclaw
An enormous 19C cycloramic painting depicting the infamous 18C Battle of Raclawice, a significant triumph in Polish history.
Museum of Architecture, Wroclaw
The only museum of its kind in Poland, it traces the evolution of architecture, and houses an extensive collection of stained glass.
1 nightFri. Mar 19 - Sat. Mar 20
The capital of Poland is also its largest city, functioning as an important political, cultural, and financial center.
Historic Center, Warsaw
The Old Town and New Town make up this historic center, rebuilt post-WWII and now constituting an extraordinary cultural hub.
Warsaw National Museum
One of Poland's largest museums houses collections of fine and applied art, by Classical, Polish, and international artists.
Royal Route, Warsaw
A remarkable boulevard, stretching for 4km and lined with significant historical monuments, palaces, churches, and more.
Lazienki Park, Warsaw
Centrally located and spanning 76ha, Warsaw's largest park seamlessly combines architectural gems with natural woodland charm.
1 nightSat. Mar 20 - Sun. Mar 21
Saturated with a millennium of seafaring history, this port city is famous for its beaches, cultural life, and medieval charm.
Historic Center, Gdansk
Wander through this lovely port city, enjoying the Flemish and Renaissance architecture, as well as the ever-present sea breeze.
Long Market, Gdansk
One of Gdansk's main attractions, this historic square boasts the 17C bronze Neptune fountain as well as several shops and restaurants.
A neighborhood in Gdansk, known for its 12C Cistercian abbey as well as its 15C Rococo palace and lovely gardens.
The Royal Way, Gdansk
Once the route taken by monarchs on their rare visits, this pedestrian thoroughfare boasts houses with remarkably elegant facades.