Monday 9 − Wednesday 11 April 2012 − £245 (single supplement £60)

Poland's second city is a masterpiece of late medieval and early baroque architecture. The first city of its type to be world heritage listed by UNESCO, as far back as 1978, this gem should be on everyone's must visit list. However, it is as yet relatively uncommercialised when compared to cities like Prague.

The visitors will be arriving in greater numbers soon, so visit now while you can still experience its unspoilt charms. The region's breweries include Zywiec, Tyskie and the CK Browar brewpub, restaurant and nightclub.

"None so deaf as those who will not hear. None so blind as those who will not see. But I'll wager none so deaf nor blind that he sees not nor hears not me say come drink this beer." − W.L. Hassoldt

two sharing a double or twin room

(price per person)

single room or single occupancy

(price per person)


tour includes:

not included:


day one

day two

day three

to book your place:

  1. Select the dates you require from the drop down box.
  2. Select the deposit payment and then click "Add to Cart".
  3. View your cart and follow the payment instructions.
  4. For more details on payment procedures Click Here.
  5. Please return to pay the balance no later than 10 weeks prior to the date of departure
  6. Your confirmation invoice will further explain balance payment options