Poland Highlights Private Tour
Visiting Wroclaw Krakow Zakopane Warsaw Torun Gdansk
From From €2,911 pp
All year round
Poland Highlights Private Tour
Our Poland highlights tour can be tailored to suit you. Travel by train or by private transfer to get off the beaten track, stay at a farmstead, castle or spa, and be entertained by stories of folklore, history and modern life from our local guides.
- Bestselling private tour of Poland
- Exceptional personal guides and drivers
- Can start any day of the year
- Can start/end in any city to suit your flights
- Choose from 3, 4 or 5 star hotels
- Tailor the itinerary to suit you
Day 1 - Arrival to Wroclaw
Private transfer to your hotel in the Old Town
Our driver will meet you in the arrivals hall and drive you to your hotel. Welcome to Wroclaw!
Day 2 - Wroclaw
Wroclaw Old Town Walking Tour
Wroclaw is one of the oldest and the most beautiful cities in Poland. Your private guide will meet you at the hotel reception and take you for a walking tour to discover all its highlights: the Old Town Square with a magnificent Gothic Town Hall (14th century), the famous Hansen and Gretel tenement houses, charming streets like Jatki and much more. Make the most of your guide's recommendations for sightseeing, eating out and entertainment.
Day 3 - Lower Silesia
Private day trip to Lower Silesia
Lower Silesia region is famous for beautiful landscapes, old castles and the health resorts. During this tour we discover the landmarks of this region. We visit the Church of Peace in Swidnica (17th century), the largest timber-framed religious building in Europe. Then we see an impressive castle in Ksiaz, the third largest one in Poland. We visit the castle and stroll around the beautiful gardens. Afterwards, we go to Szczawno Zdroj, a historical spa resort with a beautiful spa architecture from the 19th century.
Alternative Day Trips in Poland
Choose what you want to see and experience in Poland and we always welcome special requests!
Day 4 - Wroclaw to Krakow
Train travel from Wroclaw to Krakow
Your train tickets for travel from Wroclaw to Krakow will have been pre-purchased and delivered to you. Our local driver will pick you up from the hotel and drive you to the station, advise on finding the platform and then you are on your way to Krakow. Upon arrival in Krakow our driver will meet you in the station arrivals hall and drive you to your hotel.
Day 5 - Krakow
Krakow Old Town Walking Tour (4 hours)
Strolling through the Old Town of Krakow we discover all its treasures: We see Wawel Hill with the renaissance Royal Castle and Cathedral - the site of coronations and burials of kings. We then make our way to the Main Market Square - the largest medieval square in Europe - and the Cloth Hall market stalls from the fourteenth century (good place for souvenir hunters!). On the way we drop into the students' quarter to see the buildings of the oldest university in Poland (the Jagiellonian University). We also visit St. Mary's Church, a treasure trove of precious works of art and home to the largest medieval altar in Europe (the work of sculptor Veit Stoss) and the bugle call, which is played every hour from the tower of the church. Visit to Wawel castle and Cathedral : Wawel castle (from outside) and Cathedral (part which is free of charge) is included in every city tour.
Day - 6 Zakopane & Tatra Mountains
Private Day Tour to the Tatra Mountains & Zakopane
Take a relaxing and scenic trip in the Podhale region at the foot of the highest mountains in Poland - the Tatras. We visit Zakopane, known as a ski resort and winter capital of Poland. Visitors come to enjoy the views, traditional regional cuisine (yum!) and admire the Highlanders lively folklore (traditional wooden architecture, regional costumes, unique music). During the tour we will see, among other things, examples of traditional wooden architecture, the local market (time to buy local specialties: woollen socks, smoked cheese or sheep skins), with good weather we take a train (funicular) to the Gubalówka peak to admire the panorama of the Tatras. On the way to Zakopane we also stop in Chocholow, a small village with perfectly preserved (and still inhabited) wooden cottages which are more that 100 years old. Suggested entrance fees: old cemetery, optionally funicular up to Gubalowka Hill which will just be a few Euros.
Day 7 - Auschwitz-Birkenau
Auschwitz - Birkenau Private Day Trip
Auschwitz-Birkenau is the largest concentration and extermination camp built by the Nazis during WWII. This is a comprehensive tour showing you this most moving, infamous remnant of modern history. Our driver-guide will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the camp. You will then join an organised tour of the complex with an official guide. The tour of the Auschwitz camp takes about 2 h, after a 15 min break you visit the site of Birkenau camp (tour of Birkenau takes up to 1 h, you stay with the same guide for both parts). Our driver-guide will then meet you at the end of the tour and drive you back to your hotel. It is approx 1 h 20 min (one way).
Day 8 - Krakow to Warsaw
Train Travel from Krakow to Warsaw
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the station. Your train tickets will have been pre-purchased and delivered to you. Train travel from Krakow to Warsaw, and upon arrival in Warsaw our driver will meet you in the arrivals hall and drive you to your hotel.
Day 9 - Warsaw
Warsaw Old Town Walking Tour (4 hours)
We stroll around the historical centre of Warsaw, where numerous palaces, churches and memorials hide the beautiful and tragic history of the city. During the tour we follow the Royal Way and discover all the highlights of the historical centre: Old Market Square with the Baroque tenements houses, a statue of Mermaid (the symbol of Warsaw), Royal Palace, Cathedral of St. John, the remains of fortifications and the Barbican. In Krakowskie Przedmiescie, the most famous promenade of Warsaw we admire old historical buildings and talk about life in Warsaw and compare the experiences of different generations.
Day 10 - Warsaw
Wilanow Palace Private Tour
Our local guide will meet you at your hotel and take you to Wilanow Palace for a tour. Entrance fees are included and the tour lasts 4 hours. Return to Warsaw for more free time to explore Warsaw.
Day 11 - Warsaw to Torun
Train Travel from Warsaw to Torun
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the station. Your train tickets will have been pre-purchased and delivered to you. The train journey takes approximately 3 hours and when you arrive in Torun our driver will meet you in the arrivals hall and drive you to your hotel. Welcome to Torun!
Torun Walking Tour (2 hours)
After checking into your hotel (and time for some lunch, depending on your arrival time) our local guide will meet you at your hotel and take you for a private walking tour of Torun. Discover this delightful UNESCO heritage city and learn about life in a smaller Polish city.
Day 12 - Torun to Gdansk
Train Travel from Torun to Gdansk
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the station. Your train tickets will have been pre-purchased and delivered to you. The train journey from Torun to Gdansk takes approximately 2.5 hours. Our driver will meet you in the arrivals hall and drive you to your hotel (they will be holding a sign with your name on it). Welcome to Gdansk! Free time today to start exploring, or you can have a walking tour of Gdansk in the afternoon - the itinerary is tailored to your pace.
Day 13 - Gdansk
Gdansk, Sopot & Oliwa Cathedral Private Tour
During this tour we see all the must see sites in Gdansk and its vicinity including Sopot, a beautiful spa resort, often called the “summer capital of Poland”. In its Golden Epoch - 16th century Gdansk was the richest city in the Polish Kingdom. In the Gothic Oliwa Cathedral we enjoy a short organ recital - the organs built in the 18th century (an amazing example of rococo art) were the largest ones in Europe in that time! Afterwards we relax in Sopot, a popular spa resort. The tour lasts about 4 hours and is with a local driver and guide.
Day 14 - Gdansk
Malbork Castle Private Day Trip
Private day trip with your guide to Malbork ( approx. 1h drive from Gdansk) to see one of the largest medieval fortresses in Europe (UNESCO). It was built in the 13th - 14th century and is a unique example of Gothic brick architecture. From Malbork, the Teutonic Knights led a crusade against the pagans living along the Baltic coast. A walk through the castle takes you to the dark times of the Middle Ages and the Crusades. Once at the Castle you will be met on the spot by a private guide who will show you around.
Day 15 - End of the tour
Private transfer to Gdansk airport
Our driver will pick you up from your hotel and drive you to the airport. You are now leaving Poland with a wealth of memories and stories from your time exploring Poland!
- From 2911 EUR per person = based on two people sharing a double/twin room in 4* hotels
- All of our private tours are tailored to suit each client so the final price is dependent on your preferences, travel dates & availability. Contact us for a quote.
- Everything about this tailor-made private tour can be altered to suit you.
- For groups of friends we can offer a discount, so please ask us about this.
- If you want to visit a particular place or event - we can arrange this.
- This tour does not include flights - you can book your own or we can do this for you.
- Contact us to discuss your travel plans.
Everywhere we went we were thanked for supporting Poland by not cancelling our travel
We had a wonderful holiday and we felt so amazingly welcome. As you know, with the impact of the current war in Ukraine, the country is under great financial pressure and tourist industry is suffering. Everywhere we went we were thanked for supporting Poland by not cancelling our travel. We’ve got to say the whole sordid business had little impact on our holiday. We felt very safe, and it was heartwarming to see firsthand how the Polish nation has risen to the challenge and helped the Ukrainians. As we’ve said we had a fantastic time and really enjoyed all that we saw. Things we’d change are few which show how good the itinerary was that you and the team had organised for us. Absolutely loved the extra trips that you had suggested. It’s a given that we’d be happy to recommend your company to anyone (and have done so on numerous occasions already).
Poland Private Tour, Mr & Mrs O, April 22