Warsaw and Krakow

DMC Poland sample program 3 nights in Warsaw & Krakow




Day 1

Arrival in Warsaw, welcome drink

Walk on the Krakowskie Przedmiescie, one of the most impressive and prestigious street of Poland’s capital and dinner in a restaurant on the Old Town Market Square

Day 2

Canaletto’s Warsaw city sightseeing culminating with a ride on an antique tram with live music and a glass of vodka

Cooking lesson in a local restaurant with a professional chef and tasting the cooked meal

Music workshops – amateurs learn to play in an orchestra and at the end give a concert, Polish cuisine dinner in Dom Polski (Polish House)

Day 3

Full day visit to the old capital of Poland, Cracow, including visits to the St. Mary’s Basilica, Wawel Hill, Museum of the Czartoryski family and or Collegium Maius

Lunch in one of the oldest European restaurants, Wierzynek

Dinner in Ale Gloria, a restaurant created by the artist and interior designer Magda Gessler

Day 4

Transfer to Warsaw airport after breakfast

DMC Poland sample program 3 nights in Warsaw & Krakow
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Warsaw & Krakow

Sample program

3 nights/4 days

day: 1



After a warm welcome you will be transferred to your hotel, where we invite you to a welcome drink based on bison vodka and then to a dinner in a pub style restaurant with beer tasting and excellent food. Enjoy the informal and lively atmosphere with music. After dinner experience the great Polish Jazz Night with live entertainment and some of the best jazz performers in the local jazz clubs, including the famous Fabryka Trzciny (Sugarcane Factory), an art centre and a concert venue located in a postindustrial building. Poland is a well known jazz scene with a long tradition, including the Warsaw Jazz Jamboree, one of the oldest jazz festivals in Europe.

day: 2



After breakfast treat yourself to a panoramic visit of Warsaw’s most treasured cultural and architectural jewels. Visit the Royal Castle and see the paintings of Canaletto, official court painter of the last Polish king Stanislaus Augustus Poniatowski. The paintings of the Venetian painter, miraculously saved from the war, have been used for the faithful reconstruction of the historical centre of the Polish capital after the II World War. The city tour will finish with a ride on an antique tram with live music. Wooden seats, tram driver dressed in a historical uniform and a glass of chilled vodka give this sightseeing exceptional charm.



We invite you to a cooking lesson. Have you ever wanted to learn how to prepare original and delicious dishes? Now is your chance! You will be guided by a professional chef. And at the end you will have an opportunity to taste the meal you cooked. Enjoy it!



We offer you a unique combination of relaxation, culture and teambuilding. Our Guests are invited to take part in a surprising experiment – how to create an orchestra from people who have never played any musical instrument before, but are able to perform only after a short course? You will learn how to play in an orchestra under the care of an orchestra conductor. The group will be divided into smaller groups, each one of them playing on different percussion instruments. And at the end the whole group will give an unforgettable concert. After the concert we will take you to a Polish cuisine dinner in Dom Polski (Polish House), where you will try different Polish dishes like Polish dumplings „pierogi” or roasted duck with cranberry sauce.

day: 3



We invite you to a charming old capital city of Cracow, one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Central Europe, less than 3 hours in train away from Warsaw. Enjoy the Market Place, full of magnificent buildings, and see the Wawel Hill, where the Polish kings once resided. Listen to the a trumpet signal – called the heynal (hejnał) – which is played from the tower of St. Mary’s Basilica. You have a choice of many attractions like the „Lady with an Ermine” by Leonardo da Vinci in the Museum of the Czartoryski family; the Globus Jagellonicus, the oldest existing globe to show the Americas, featured on display at the Collegium Maius Museum; or the Jewish memorabilia from the past. Enjoy the atmosphere of the local cafes, galleries and shops.



Step back in time and have lunch in Wierzynek, the 600 year-old restaurant with royal traditions located on the Market Square, famous for its excellent cuisine, unique atmosphere and the longest tradition of feasting in Poland. After lunch we take you back to Warsaw.



Tonight you will have dinner in Ale Gloria, a fascinating place, created by the artist, interior designer, a celebrity in Poland – Magda Gessler. It’s located in the cellars of a reconstructed 18th century house. It’s interiors are decorated in an eclectic style. The restaurant serves Polish and international dishes.

day: 4



Transfer to Warsaw airport after breakfast