Travel with Fr. Pat Keleher

and The Newman Center




Portait of Poland


Date TBD 2021

Adult $-** per person based on double occupancy

Child $-** (2-12yrs.)

Discounted Deposit Now $150.00 per person




Inside visits and special features are shown in UPPERCASE in the tour description, including admission charges where applicable


LOCATIONS: Warsaw, Gdansk, Torun, Poznan, Jasna Góra, Kraków, Zakpane, Auschwitz

TRANSPORTATION: Touring by private, first class, air-conditioned motorcoach with free Wi-fi

HOTELS: Listed below or equivalent. Rooms with private bath or shower, hotel and city taxes, required local taxes, porterage plus any mandatory service and resort fees 

Warsaw- Regent (F), Gdansk- Mecure Old Town (F), Poznan- Novotel Centrum (ST), Kraków- Conrad (F)

MEALS: Buffet breakfasts daily, 5 dinners

HEADSETS: Available throughout the tour

MyCOSMOS: Personalize your tour ahead of time with additional excursions.


CONTACT (716) 675-1190 TO BOOK TODAY!





Day 1, Sat. ARRIVE IN WARSAW, POLAND: Check into your hotel. Explore the polish capital with the help of CosmosGO app. In the early evening, meet your Tour Director and fellow travelers.

Day 2, Sun. WARSAW-GEDANSK: Today's included sightseeing tour with a Local Guide is and excellent introduction to Warsaw. Magnificently reconstructed after WWII, Warsaw is a rich tapestry of nearly every European arcitectural style, from gothic to neoclassical, with wide, wodern avenues in striking contrast to the narrow lanes of the old section. Continue to Gedanske on the Baltic Sea, which was one of the most important Hanseatic cities in the 14th and 15th centuries. (B,D) Today's Distance: 242 mi/ 390 km

Day 3, Mon. GDANSK: Among the most important shipping ports in Northern Europe, Gdanske (formerly known by its German name, Danzig) is the birthplace of "Solidarity", the Polish trade union that revolutionized Polish modern politics. Sightseeing this morning with your Local Guide introduces you to the city's past and present. Later, spend some time exploring on your own, or join the optional excursion to the town of Malbork, founded in the 13th centruy by the Teutonic Knights. Visit its gothic Marienburg Castle, one of the most striking fortified castles in Europe and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. (B,D)

Day 4, Tue. GDANSK- TORUN- POZNAN: First stop today is medieval Torun in the Vistula River, birthplace of renaissance astronomer Copernicus and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Your Local Guide will introduce you to the many captivating highlights, including the starówka (Old Town) with the ruins of a 13th century Teutonic Knights' castle, as well as many sampales of gothic architecture. Head west to Poznan, one of the country's oldest cities and part of Polish history for the past 1,000 years. This afternoon, discover the main attractions on your included city sightseeing with a Local Guide. (B,D) Today's Distance: 255 mi/ 410 km 

Day 5, Wed. POZNAN- JASNA GÓRA- KRAKÓW: First to Jasna Góra near Czestochowa for a guided visit the the MONASTERY that withstood the repeated onslaughts of overwhelming Swedish forces during the religious wars of the 17th century. Since then, its Black Madonna has been venerated as the "Queen of Poland" and has become the country's national symbol. Later, head to Kraków. (B,D) Today's Distance: 317 mi/ 510 km

Day 6, Thu. KRAKÓW: -Dating back to the 7th century, Kraków is revered by many as Poland's most beautiful city. It was the country's capital for over 500 years. On your included guided tour, see the Market Square, the Jewish Quarter, Wawel Hill, and visit the CATHEDRAL. Continue exploring on your own or book an optional visit to the spectacular Wieliczka Salt Mines, a subterranean maze of tunnels and chambers - some of them richly decorated. This evening consider joining an optional traditional dinner. (B)

Day 7, Fri. KRAKÓW. EXCURSION TO ZAKOPANE: Get a breath of fresh mountain air today on the included excursion to Zakopane. Located in a picturesque valley at the base of the Tatra mountain range, Zakopane has developed into a beautiful, pristine resort. Typical of this area are the highlander wooden houses, cafes, restaurants, and shops on Krupowski Street. Enjoy a little hiking or browse around the small market for authentic souvenirs. Return to Kraków. (B,D) Today's Distance: 137 mi/ 220 km

Day 8, Sat. KRAKÓW- AUSCHWITZ- WARSAW: Encounter sobering history this morning on your visit to AUSCHWITZ Concentration Camp, a chilling reminder of the Holocaust. In the afternoon, continue to Warsaw. Tonight's optional dinner is a great way to round out your fascinating adventure to Poland. (B) Today's Distance: 239 mi/ 385 km

Day 9, Sun. WARSAW, POLAND: Your vacation ends with breakfast this morning. (B)


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