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Venice of Poland (15/0170)

4 days incl. HB/programme from € 125,00


  • 3 nights in Wroclaw
  • accommodation in a youth hotel
  • half board including…
  • 3 x breakfast
  • 3 x dinner at the hotel
  • visit to a youth club including…
  • one non-alcoholic drink free of charge
  • visit to a Polish school and…
  • meeting with pupils and teachers
  • city sightseeing tour of Wrocław with…
  • entrance fee to Aula Leopoldina
  • full day excursion to the Karkonosze Range with…
  • city sightseeing tour of Jelenia Góra
  • visit to the wooden Wang chapel in Karpacz incl. entrance fee
  • chair-lift ride (uphill and downhill) at Mt Sniezka
  • 21st person free of charge in single room
  • 42nd person free of charge in double/twin room
  • 24/7 telephone hotline
  • free photo downloads for your promotion



Day 1: Arrival

Arrival in Wrocław, meeting with our tour guide, check in and walk to the Old Town. Here, you will visit a typical Polish youth club and have the chance to talk and discuss. Young Poles are very open-minded, curious and communicative. Perhaps, you will be invited to a private party or spend the rest of the evening together with your new Polish friends in the pubs or clubs around.

Day 2: Wrocław, University and Island

After breakfast, visit to a Polish school. While showing you around, pupils will tell you about their lessons, examinations and plans for the future. In the afternoon, city sightseeing tour of Wrocław with the most spectacular sights. The tour ends in the Aula Leopoldina, a well known and magnificent reception hall of the Wroclaw University. Wroclaw, located in the middle of a fascinating landscape of hills and valleys, is the biggest city in Lower Silesia. The city are is crossed by many affluents of the Odra River. Numerous bridges decorate the town and the older districts are on the islands. Most of the building monuments, including the originally restored burgher houses in the Old Town, were completely destroyed at the end of World War II. In spite of this fact, developed into a big modern city, one of the nicest in the country. The most attractive places in the former German city are: the Old Town and the buildings on the Ostrów-Tumski Island. On the colourful Market Square, the trade and cultural life is flourishing like hundreds of years ago. Here, the visitor finds breweries, restaurants, pubs and cocktail bars. More than 100.000 students live in Wrocław.

Day 3: Karkonosze Range and Giant Mountains

Today, you will discover the Karkonosze Range. After a city sightseeing tour of Jelenia Góra, the biggest city in the region, you will admire the wooden Wang Chapel in Karpacz. From Karpacz, you will reach the height of 1603 m of Mt Śnieżka by a chair-lift. On the top, you will have time to hike and to enjoy the fascinating panoramic view.

Day 4: Departure

Breakfast and departure.


Programme options

  • „Gnome rally“ sightseeing tour
  • special tour „European Capital of Culture 2016“
  • guided tour of the EC 2012 Football Stadium
  • bowling night at the bowling alley
  • mountain biking in the Karkonosze Range
  • climbing lessons in the Giant Mountains
  • visit to the underground tunnels from World War II
  • Dinner at the oldest restaurant in Europe
  • visit to a brewery
  • boat cruise on Odra river
  • visit to the panoramic painting of the battle of Racławice
  • excursion to UNESCO Churches of Peace in Świdnica and Jawor
  • round trip with the palaces and castles in Książ, Jelenia Góra and Staniszów
  • excursion to the Kłodzko Valley with visiting the Skull Chapel and Silesian Jerusalem
  • round trip through Silesia with visits in Opole, Brzeg and Góra Św. Anny
  • dinner at a cozy restaurant in Karkonosze Range and meeting with the mountain spirit
  • guided hike to Mt Śnieżka
  • lectures on topics of your choice
  • visits to schools and universities
  • opera, theater and concert tickets
  • guided clubbing tour


Hotel recommendations

  • Best Western Plus Q
  • Golden Tulip
  • Scandic
  • Ariston
    Karkonosze Range
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