Castles and Palaces

Castles and Palaces

 

Day 1:

Arrival to Wrocław. Transfer from the airport to a hotel. A short walk around the Old Town with a view towards the Cathedral Island.

  

Day 2:

Oleśnica Mała: the palace that belonged to the family York von Wartenburg, the family’s mausoleum and park, the church of St. Laurence (the former palace’s chapel). Brzeg: the unique castle with the Museum of  Dukes of Piasts Dynasty (Brzeg-Legnica branch of the dynasty) - a pearl of Renaissance architecture, compared to Wawel in Cracow, the Church of the Holy Cross with very valuable wall paintings, a short walk around the Old Town. Kamieniec Ząbkowicki: the huge castle from the 19-th century that belonged to princess Marianne of Orange from the Netherlands (the most magnificent building of this period in Silesia).

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Monuments of the Evangelical Confession

Monuments of the Evangelical Confession

 

Day 1:

Arrival to Wrocław. Transfer from the airport to a hotel. A short walk around the Old Town with a view towards the Cathedral Island.

 

Day 2:

Wrocław: Gustaw Adolf Church in Sępolno, the Church of the Divine Providence (so-called Court Church), St. Christopher Church, the Pentecostal Church in Miła Street, a break in the Old Town.

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Wrocław, the Giant and Iser Mountains and the District of Extinguished Volcanos

Wrocław, the Giant and Iser Mountains and the District of Extinct Volcanos

 

Day 1:

Arrival to Wrocław. Transfer from the airport to a hotel.

 

Day 2:

Wrocław – a walking tour through the city: the Racławice Panorama (a famous painting depicting a victorious battle of the Polish uprisers commanded by T. Kościuszko against the Russian army in 1794), Cathedral Island with the Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Archbishops Palace, Cathedral Bridge (called the Bridge of Lovers), Sand Island with the Blessed Virgin Mary Church and a picturesque boulevard on the bank of the Oder River; the Old Town: a Baroque ensemble of the Ossolineum Institute and the main building of the University with the ceremonial hall Aula Leopoldina, the ancient butchers’ houses, the medieval prison, the former castle of  Prussian kings (now the Municipal Museum), the Market Square with the Gothic Town Hall and merchants’ houses, Centennial Hall – one of the largest dome-shaped reinforced concrete structures in the world (a UNESCO World Heritage site), Szczytnicki Park with the Japanese Garden.

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Wrocław and the Sudety Mountains (the Western Part)

Wrocław and the Sudety Mountains (the Western Part)

 

Day 1:

Arrival to Wrocław. Transfer from the airport to the hotel.

 

Day 2:

Wrocław – a walking tour through the city: the Racławice Panorama (a famous painting depicting a victorious battle of the Polish uprisers commanded by T. Kościuszko against the Russian army in 1794), Cathedral Island with the Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Archbishops Palace, Cathedral Bridge (called the Bridge of Lovers), Sand Island with the Blessed Virgin Mary Church and a picturesque boulevard on the bank of the Oder River; the Old Town: a Baroque ensemble of the Ossolineum Institute and the main building of the University with the ceremonial hall Aula Leopoldina, the ancient butchers’ houses, the medieval prison, the former castle of  Prussian kings (now the Municipal Museum), the Market Square with the Gothic Town Hall and merchants’ houses, Centennial Hall – one of the largest dome-shaped reinforced concrete structures in the world (a UNESCO World Heritage site), Szczytnicki Park with the Japanese Garden.

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Wrocław and the Sudety Mountains (the Eastern Part)

Wrocław and the Sudety Mountains (the Eastern Part)

 

Day 1:

Arrival to Wrocław. Transfer from the airport to the hotel.

 

Day 2:

Wrocław – a walking tour through the city: the Racławice Panorama (a famous painting depicting a victorious battle of the Polish uprisers commanded by T. Kościuszko against the Russian army in 1794), Cathedral Island with the Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist and the Archbishops Palace, Cathedral Bridge (called the Bridge of Lovers), Sand Island with the Blessed Virgin Mary Church and a picturesque boulevard on the bank of the Oder River; the Old Town: a Baroque ensemble of the Ossolineum Institute and the main building of the University with the ceremonial hall Aula Leopoldina, the ancient butchers’ houses, the medieval prison, the former castle of  Prussian kings (now the Municipal Museum), the Market Square with the Gothic Town Hall and merchants’ houses. It is also possible to make an extra tour around the District of 4 Confessions and along Świdnicka Street.

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Health Resorts

Health Resorts


Day 1:

Arrival to Wrocław. Transfer from the airport to a hotel. A short walk around the Old Town with a view towards the Cathedral Island.

 

Day 2:

Przerzeczyn Zdrój – a short break at the smallest spa in Poland. Miedzygórze – visit to the popular resort in the Sudety Mountains, famous of the unique wooden architecture from the 19-th century. Lądek Zdrój - the oldest health resort in Silesia, famous of its springs of warm water containing radon: a break with a walking tour in the spa.

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Panoramic Flights

 

Panoramic Flights

 

On your wish we can arrange an unforgettable adventure for you. During a special flight over Wrocław, the Mount Ślęża or the Sudety mountains you will admire an aerial view of the stunning landscape of the Lower Silesia. The flights last 15 to 60 minutes and the aircrafts can carry 1 to 11 people at time.

The flight can be an additional experience during your visit to the Lower Silesia or can take place instead of visiting one of the places mentioned in the program of the tour you have chosen.

Monasteries and Sanctuaries

Monasteries and Sanctuaries

 

Day 1:

Arrival to Wrocław. Transfer from the airport to a hotel. A short walk around the Old Town with a view towards the Cathedral Island.

 

Day 2:

Wrocław – a walking tour around one of the most picturesque cities in Poland: Cathedral Island (the oldest district of Wrocław) with the Gothic Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Sand Island with the Blessed Virgin Mary Church, the former Augustinian monastery and a picturesque boulevard on the bank of the Odra River; the Old Town: the Baroque building of the Ossolineum Institute (in the past one of the largest monasteries), the University with the ceremonial hall Aula Leopoldina and the Church of Holy Name of Jesus (this ensemble belonged in the past to Jesuit order), the former Premonstratensian monastery, St. Adalbert Church (belongs to Dominicans) with relics of Blessed Czesław Odrowąż and the miraculous icon of St. Mary from Podkamień (before the World War II the second important Polish sanctuary), the former Bernardinian monastery (now the Museum of Architecture).

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