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Poland and the Baltic States private tour (9 days)

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During this 9-day private tour you will discover Poland and 3 Baltic States. You will travel by private car. Your English-speaking driver will be at your disposal throughout the entire tour. In 9 days you will visit top tourist destinations in Poland, Lithuania, Latvia and Estonia. In each site you will be accompanied by local guides.


Prices from 1300 EUR
Up to 20 people
Pick up from your hotel
Private tour
Professional guide
English-speaking tour leader
Available on request

Garey57  posted 2019-07-05 on TripAdvisor

A great travel agency  

AB Poland worked with me to completely customize my three days in Poland and make the most of my time. They answered all of my questions, made great suggestions and built the perfect itinerary all at reasonable enough prices. Plus, my guides Jacek in Warsaw and Kinga in Krakow were knowledgeable and friendly hosts, making conversation easy. Have nothing bad to say at all. I would highly recommend AB Poland.

From 1300€ per person /

4.72 53 opinions

 You will see:

Warsaw Old Town

Warsaw Old Town was almost completely destroyed during World War II and later rebuilt with great attention to details. In the Castle Square ... [ read more ]

Warsaw Old Town

Warsaw Old Town was almost completely destroyed during World War II and later rebuilt with great attention to details. In the Castle Square you can see the Sigismund’s Column which was built to commemorate one of our kings Sigismund III Vasa, who in 1596 moved Poland’s capital from Krakow to Warsaw. You can admire the magnificent Royal Castle – a UNESCO World Heritage Site that was completely rebuilt after its destruction during World War II. Near the Royal Castle, the gothic St. John’s Archcathedral is situated. Its construction started in 1390 and it is the only archcathedral in Warsaw. In the oldest part of the Old Town – the Old Town Market Place – the Warsaw Mermaid has been standing since 1855. Another important point of your tour, located between the Old and the New Town, is the Warsaw Barbican that once encircled Warsaw.

Royal Route

Walking down Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street (Royal Route) you can pass many important sites. In St. Anne’s Church you can climb up its... [ read more ]

Royal Route

Walking down Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street (Royal Route) you can pass many important sites. In St. Anne’s Church you can climb up its tower to the viewing terrace from which you can see the entire Old Town. Then, you can pass the Presidential Palace. It hosted the authors of the Constitution of May 3, 1791 (the first modern constitution in Europe and second in the world). You can stand in front of the main gate to the largest university in Poland – the University of Warsaw and you can hear stories about the famous Polish atronomer – Nicolaus Copernicus standing next to the Copernicus Monument. From there you can proceed to the Holy Cross Church – a beautiful Baroque building where the heart of Frederic Chopin is still beating.

Warsaw Uprising Monument

The monument commemorates the insurgents of Warsaw Uprising. It was unveiled in 1989, on the 45th anniversary of the Uprising. ... [ read more ]

Warsaw Uprising Monument

The monument commemorates the insurgents of Warsaw Uprising. It was unveiled in 1989, on the 45th anniversary of the Uprising. 

Palace of Culture and Science

Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in the country. Opened in 1955, it was Stalin’s gift to the people of Poland. If... [ read more ]

Palace of Culture and Science

Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in the country. Opened in 1955, it was Stalin’s gift to the people of Poland. If you wish, you can get to the 30th floor and admire the beautiful panorama of Warsaw from the viewing terrace.

Former Ghetto

The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II. The most notable point there is Grz... [ read more ]

Former Ghetto

The Warsaw Ghetto was the largest of all the Jewish ghettos in Nazi-occupied Europe during World War II. The most notable point there is Grzybowski Square - the former heart of Jewish culture in Warsaw. You can also see the remnants of the Ghetto Wall.

Lazienki Royal Park

Lazienki Royal Park consists of the Royal Gardens, that have been existing there since the 18th century, the Frederic Chopin's monument whic... [ read more ]

Lazienki Royal Park

Lazienki Royal Park consists of the Royal Gardens, that have been existing there since the 18th century, the Frederic Chopin's monument which is a significant point as Chopin was Poland's most famous composer and one of the greatest in the world. Next to the monument, Chopin Concerts take place every summer on Sundays at 12 and 4pm (free of charge). Also, you will see the Palace on the Isle whose origins date back to the late 17th century, the Old Orangery where the Royal Theatre is situated (it is one of the few authentic 18th-century court theatres in Europe that survived) and the Myslewicki Palace which in the 19th century served as a guest house hosting figures such as Napoleon I and U.S. President Richard Nixon.

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Malbork castle

Malbork is a town in the Vistula delta, founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order. It is known for its medieval castle, bu... [ read more ]

Malbork castle

Malbork is a town in the Vistula delta, founded by the Knights of the Teutonic Order. It is known for its medieval castle, built in the 13th century as the Order’s headquarters. Inside the huge complex you will see the Courtyard, the Cloisters of the High Castle, the Summer Refectory and the Grand Master’s Palace. The interiors include valuable collection of items such as an armament, documents and artistic amber wares. The complex is listed on UNESCO List and is considered one of the most impressive medieval castles in Europe.

 

Sopot Pier

Was built as a mooring point for cruise boats and opened in 1827. It is the longest wooden pier in Europe with a length of 511.5m. The conce... [ read more ]

Sopot Pier

Was built as a mooring point for cruise boats and opened in 1827. It is the longest wooden pier in Europe with a length of 511.5m. The concentration of iodine at the tip of the pier is twice as high as on land.

Heroes of Monte Cassino Street

Sopot's famous promenade full of restaurants, cafes and fancy hotels. ... [ read more ]

Heroes of Monte Cassino Street

Sopot's famous promenade full of restaurants, cafes and fancy hotels. 

Dar Pomorza

The beautiful three-masted frigate 'Dar Pomorza' (Gift of Pomerania), also called the White Frigate. It now houses a museum with exhibi... [ read more ]

Dar Pomorza

The beautiful three-masted frigate 'Dar Pomorza' (Gift of Pomerania), also called the White Frigate. It now houses a museum with exhibitions about its history. 

 

Blyskawica

Blyskawica was the Polish Navy ship during World War II.... [ read more ]

Blyskawica

Blyskawica was the Polish Navy ship during World War II.

Gdansk Main City

Main City area includes all the most important must-sees in Gdansk: the Coal Market (Targ Węglowy), the Museum of ... [ read more ]

Gdansk Main City

Main City area includes all the most important must-sees in Gdansk: the Coal Market (Targ Węglowy), the Museum of Amber, richly decorated Golden Gate, the Green Gate, the Long Market – the most representative square of Gdansk, The Artus Court, Dutch House, Neptun’s Fountain and the Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary - the largest brick church in the world.

 

European Solidarity Centre

European Solidarity Centre, opened in 2014, is located just outside the entrance to the historic Gdansk Shipyard. It is here that ... [ read more ]

European Solidarity Centre

European Solidarity Centre, opened in 2014, is located just outside the entrance to the historic Gdansk Shipyard. It is here that the trade union "Solidarnosc" was founded. This place witnessed turning points in the history of Gdansk which later played a major role in bringing an end to the communist Europe. You can go up to the roof-top terrace to get the best views of the surrounding shipyards. You can also see the house of Lech Walesa – the legendary leader of the Solidarity trade union. 

European Solidarity Centre

European Solidarity Centre, opened in 2014, is located just outside the entrance to the historic Gdansk Shipyard. It is here that ... [ read more ]

European Solidarity Centre

European Solidarity Centre, opened in 2014, is located just outside the entrance to the historic Gdansk Shipyard. It is here that the trade union "Solidarnosc" was founded. This place witnessed turning points in the history of Gdansk which later played a major role in bringing an end to the communist Europe. You can go up to the roof-top terrace to get the best views of the surrounding shipyards. You can also see the house of Lech Walesa – the legendary leader of the Solidarity trade union. 

Oliwa Cathedral

Oliwa Cathedral is famous for its old organes and 18th-century park with lakes and old exotic trees. Inside the Cathedral you can ... [ read more ]

Oliwa Cathedral

Oliwa Cathedral is famous for its old organes and 18th-century park with lakes and old exotic trees. Inside the Cathedral you can listen to a 20-minute organ concert.

 

Mikolajki

Most popular holiday resort in the Masuria region. It is located near Sniardwy lake - the largest one in Poland.... [ read more ]

Mikolajki

Most popular holiday resort in the Masuria region. It is located near Sniardwy lake - the largest one in Poland.

Vilnius

The capital city of Lithuania. The city's Unesco-listed medieval Old Town is the largest one in Eastern Europe. ... [ read more ]

Vilnius

The capital city of Lithuania. The city's Unesco-listed medieval Old Town is the largest one in Eastern Europe. 

Riga

Capital city of Latvia and a former member of the Hanseatic League. The city is famous for great examples of Art Nouveau architecture style.... [ read more ]

Riga

Capital city of Latvia and a former member of the Hanseatic League. The city is famous for great examples of Art Nouveau architecture style. 

Tallinn

Capital city of Estonia known for its stunning medieval architecture. Tallinn Old Town is insribed into Unesco World Heritage list. ... [ read more ]

Tallinn

Capital city of Estonia known for its stunning medieval architecture. Tallinn Old Town is insribed into Unesco World Heritage list. 



 Info

Day 1

Arrival at Warsaw Chopin Airport or Warsaw Central Railway Station. Transfer to your hotel. Afterwards, a half-day private Warsaw city tour. You will explore the modern capital of Poland impressively rebuilt after the World War II, the seat of Polish government since the 16th century, the business, political and cultural heart of Poland. The tour includes all the must-sees of Warsaw: the Old Town with the Royal Castle and the Warsaw Mermaid, the Royal Route with the Presidential Palace and the University of Warsaw, the Lazienki Royal Park with the Chopin Monument. You will see also the former Jewish district with remains of the ghetto wall, the Monument of the Warsaw Uprising of 1944 and the Palace of Culture and Science. In the evening, Chopin piano concert performed by one the most talented Polish musicians. Optionally, a traditional Polish food tasting in one of the best restaurant in the Old Town.

Overnight in Warsaw.

Warsaw by night Lazienki Park Castle Square in Warsaw


Day 2

Departure from Warsaw and transfer to Malbork. Visit at the Malbork Castle. This medieval stronghold built in the 13th century by the Knights of the Teotonic Order is the biggest castle in the world! The castle complex is considered an outstanding example of defense architecture and is listed on UNESCO World Cultural and Natural Heritage List.

Next, transfer to the seaside. Visit in Sopot – the most popular summer resort in Poland with the longest wooden pier in Europe. Afterwards, visit to Gdynia – a port town where you can see famous Polish ships.

Overnight in Gdansk.

Castle in Malbork   Brama Wyzynna in Gdansk Neptune statue in Gdansk

 


Day 3

After breakfast, half-day private Gdansk city tour. Gdansk is Poland’s principal seaport located at the Baltic coast, a former member of Hanseatic League, the capital of amber and the birthplace of “Solidarity” trade union, which played a major role in bringing an end to communism. The program includes top sites in the Main City: the Long Market, the Neptun’s Fountain, The Artus Court, St. Mary’s Basilica, Zuraw Gdanski and others. Afterwards, transfer to the European Solidarity Centre connected with the history of Polish resistance against communism. Finally, visit at the gothic Oliva Cathedral where you will listen to the organ concert.

Free time in the afternoon. Overnight in Gdansk.

Gdansk, Oliwa Cathedral Sopot Sopot

 


Day 4

Departure to Vilnius via the picturesque Masuria region. You will enjoy a short stop in Mikolajki – a popular resort surrounded by famous lakes.

Overnight in Vilnius.


Day 5

After breakfast, half-day private Vilnius city tour around the most interesting sites in the capital of Lithuania: the Cathedral, Cathedral Square, Presidential Palace, Town Hall and Town Hall Square, Grand Dukes Palace, Lower Castle. After lunch, ride to Trakai and visit at the medieval castle surrounded by picturesque lake Galvė.

Afterwards, transfer to the capital of Latvia. Overnight in Riga.

Vilnius Vilnius Trakai castle


Day 6

After breakfast, half-day private Riga city tour. The program includes visit to the Old Town, Art Nouveau district, Central Market, Daugava riverbank. After lunch, ride to Jurmala –  popular seaside resort by the Kemeri National Park. Optionally, a short walk around Kemeri National Park along wodden boardwalks to see the impeccable nature.

Free time in the afternoon. Overnight in Riga.

Riga, Old Town Riga, Old Town 


Day 7

Morning departure from Riga and transfer to Tallinn. The route leads by the Gulf of Riga. Half-day private Tallinn city tour. The program includes the most interesting landmarks of the Old Town, among others city walls, Town Hall Square, St. Olav’s Church. After lunch, visit to Estonian open air museum Rocca al Mare. The valuable collection of Estonian vernacular architecture consists of nearly 80 buildings from the past two centuries. Free time by the Gulf of Finland (part of Baltic Sea).

Overnight in Tallinn.

 Tallinn Tallinn Tallinn


Day 8

After breakfast, ride to Sigulda (Latvia). It is a small town famous for 3 castles: the Castle of Livonian order, the New Castle and the Turaida Castle. The exhibits at the most famous Turaida Castle show people’s lives and events throughout history as well as their traditions and crafts. Everything is surrounded by the Gauja National Park. In the town, visit to one of the widest and highest caves in the Baltics – Gutman’s Cave. After lunch, drive to Kaunas, the second largest city in Lithuania.

Overnight in Kaunas.

Turaida castle Sigulda castle Gutman's Cave


Day 9

Arrival in Warsaw and transfer to the Chopin Airport.

 Prices

3900EUR

/person - 2 people

2400EUR

/person - 4 people

1900EUR

/person - 6 people

1650EUR

/person - 10 people

1300EUR

/person - 20 people



 Price includes
  • Accommodation: 8 nights in 3/4* hotels with breakfasts in double or twin rooms: Warsaw (1 night), Gdansk (2 nights), Vilnius (1 night), Riga (2 nights), Tallinn (1 night), Kaunas (1 night)
  • Private transportation by car/minibus/bus (depending on the number of people) throughout the entire tour
  • Meals at local restaurants: 8 lunches (soup, main course, dessert, water)
  • English-speaking tour leader throughout the tour
  • English-speaking local guides in Warsaw, Gdansk, Vilnius, Riga, Tallinn
  • Entrance fees to: Viewing Terrace on the top floor of the Palace of Culture and Science in Warsaw, Chopin piano concert in Warsaw, Malbork castle (self-guided tour with audioguides), Trakai castle, Open air museum in Tallinn, Sigulda and Turaida castles, Gutman’s cave
  • Meals and accommodation for bus drivers and tour leader
  • Road tolls, car park fees, taxes

 Not included in price:

  • Entrance fees to museums other than listed
  • Meals other than listed
  • Insurance
Possible supplements:
  • Single room supplement – 260EUR
  • Traditional Polish food tasting in Warsaw – 23EUR per person
  • Polish folk dance show during food tasting in Warsaw (30 minutes) – 390EUR per group
  • Upgrade to 5* hotels – quoted on request

 Transportation

Skoda Superb Limousine

1 - 3 passengers
included in the price

Skoda Superb Limousine

1 - 3 passengers

Opel Vivaro

4-8 passengers
included in the price

Opel Vivaro

4-8 passengers

Mercedes Vito

1 - 7 passengers
+ 300 EUR

Mercedes Vito + 300 EUR

1 - 7 passengers

individually regulated backrests of each seat, more space

Mercedes V-class

1-7 passengers
+ 500 EUR

Mercedes V-class + 500 EUR

1-7 passengers

  • luxurious option, diplomatic standard
  • leather seats, backrest regulation, comfortable suspension
  • ambient lighting system inside
  • the most leg space
  • soft drinks



 Practical information

Driver

You will be assisted by a tour leader and driver (the same person) for a group up to 8 people.

Tour leader

If the group is bigger than 8 people you will be assisted by a seperate tour leader and driver (2 persons).



 Tour map

 Reviews

StotheN  posted 2020-09-09 on TripAdvisor

Recommended  

I have done multiple tours with this company and found all of them to be excellent. Very good
communication and customer support. Recommended!

Robert H  posted 2020-07-04 on TripAdvisor

Top class tour operator!  

I participated in a few events organized by AB Poland Travel - Tours. They are extremely professional and trustworthy. Everything was organized perfectly. Piotr and his crew are very friendly, helpful and patient. I highly recommend this company! You will not be disappointed.

dcamargo  posted 2020-08-18 on TripAdvisor

Highly recommended  

Fair price, excellent customer support, guide had full knowledge and nice transportation. Would do a
trip with them again.

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