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Warsaw and Gdansk by Train

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6 to 9+ Nights from $558*
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This 6 night sample itinerary includes:

  • Hotel for 3 nights in Warsaw
  • Train from Warsaw to Gdansk
  • Hotel for 2 nights in Gdansk
  • Train from Gdansk to Warsaw
  • Hotel for 1 night in Warsaw

Charming Poland by train!. Combine Warsaw (the Old Town was faithfully rebuilt, brick by brick, in the aftermath of the war) and Gdansk by train and enjoy views of the charming Polish countryside. This is a flexible vacation package. Select your number of nights in each city, desired hotel and activities.

Flexible Itinerary

  • Warsaw

  • Gdansk

  • Warsaw

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Trip Summary

  • Warsaw

    Much of Warsaw's historic center was painstakingly recreated and today's Old Town buildings are closer to the original architecture than they were ever before. It has a wealth of shops and restaurants to potter around in. The city also boasts many green spaces, with leafy parks where rowing boats cruise past outdoor cafés, during the summer, and free classical concerts attract. In addition, the Former Jewish ghetto is a stark reminder of the unforgiving hand of history. The nightlife scene is equally surprising, with the city's increasingly well-dressed youth flocking to the countless bars and clubs of a city that now hums after dark. Visit and explore the Palace of Culture and Science, Royal Castle in Warsaw, Lazienki Park, National Museum, Copernicus Science Centre, Museum of the History of the Polish Jews, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Wilanow Palace, and so much more.

  • Gdansk

    Gdansk, the largest Polish seaport on the Baltic, has been the site of many historic moments and the home of many important people. It is the cradle of the centuries-old Kashubian literary and cultural tradition, which still thrives today. Gdansk was the site of the first battle of World War II, on a beach north of town. It was also the site where the Solidarity movement was born, and by extension, the birth of post-Communist Poland. Visit and explore The Crane, Gdansk Shipyard, European Solidarity Centre, The Crane, St. Mary's Basilica, Golden Gate, Neptune's Fountain, Long Lane, Long Market, Oliwa Cathedral, Wisloujscie Fortress, and so much more.

  • Warsaw

    Much of Warsaw's historic center was painstakingly recreated and today's Old Town buildings are closer to the original architecture than they were ever before. It has a wealth of shops and restaurants to potter around in. The city also boasts many green spaces, with leafy parks where rowing boats cruise past outdoor cafés, during the summer, and free classical concerts attract. In addition, the Former Jewish ghetto is a stark reminder of the unforgiving hand of history. The nightlife scene is equally surprising, with the city's increasingly well-dressed youth flocking to the countless bars and clubs of a city that now hums after dark. Visit and explore the Palace of Culture and Science, Royal Castle in Warsaw, Lazienki Park, National Museum, Copernicus Science Centre, Museum of the History of the Polish Jews, Zacheta National Gallery of Art, Wilanow Palace, and so much more.

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