Poland Tours & Trip Packages

Poland Tours & Trips

118 Poland trips. Tours from 19 tour companies. 386 reviews. 4.6/5 avg rating.

118 Trips match your criteria (1 - 20 shown)

Northern Capitals (Classic)
4.6/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
They really care about everyone's individual needs on each tour and they have an incredible attention to detail.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Moderate
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Highlights

  • Berlin: You Local Expert provides a tour of this vibrant city. Drive along the Ku'Damm, passing the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church and through Tiergarten to the Reichstag building. See the Brandenburg Gate, State Opera House and visit Alexanderplatz.
  • Gedser: Cross the Baltic Sea from Germany to Denmark.
  • Copenhagen: Make the most of the long summer nights at the glittering Tivoli Gardens, the world-famous entertainment park, full of fantasy, fun and charm.
  • Copenhagen: With a Local Expert, witness the regal interior of Christiansborg Palace, with its stunning tapestries, furnishings and decor.
  • Copenhagen: With your Local Expert, view Christiansborg Palace and the cathedral where the Crown Prince of Denmark married Princess Mary. You'll also see Rosenborg Castle, Amalienborg Palace, the Renaissance Stock Exchange and the unusual Rundertaarn, which is the oldest functioning Observatory in Europe.
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Themes

Cultural

What travelers are saying

"Awesome tours and host!"

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Central Europe: Castles, Culture & Capitals
4.5/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Small Group Tour
Why we love them
With a huge range of trip styles and themes, they cater to basically every type of traveler out there- even those with super specific interests.
Lodging level
Standard - 3 star
Physical level
Moderate
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Visits

Bratislava, Budapest, Prague, Vienna

Highlights

  • Take a guided tour of the beautiful Old Town in Prague
  • Explore the cobbled streets and quaint squares of Cesky Krumlov
  • Visit the magnificent Lednice Chateau estate, a Unesco-listed masterpiece
  • Sip local wines in a vineyard in Skalica
  • Soak up the majestic landmarks of Vienna on a guided tour
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Themes

Cultural

What travelers are saying

"Discover Costa Rica is a great itinerary, covering varied habitats around the country and staying 2 nights each at 6 centres. Their birdwatching specials are led by local experts who really know their stuff."

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Highlights of Eastern Europe (Vienna, Summer, Classic)
4.6/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
They really care about everyone's individual needs on each tour and they have an incredible attention to detail.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Moderate
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Highlights

  • Budapest: Stroll through the alleys of the Old Town of Buda with a Local Expert.
  • Kraków: The medieval heart of Krakow is rich in legend, a kind of Polish Camelot. Join your Local Expert for an in-depth exploration of this historic Holy Grail.Cross the former Jewish Quarter of Kazimierz to Podgórze and see the Ghetto Square.
  • Kraków: Visit the cathedral atop Wawel Hill, see the castle and look for the iconic dragon, accompanied by your Local Expert.
  • Kraków: Visit the 14th-century St. Mary's Basilica, the most important church in the city.
  • Auschwitz: Experience a powerful and moving visit, with a Local Expert. See the Auschwitz memorial and museum, which bears witness to the terrible atrocities of the Holocaust.
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Cultural

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"Awesome tours and host!"

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Baltic Experience
4.7/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Small Group Tour
Why we love them
They’re very committed to sustainable and responsible tourism and contribute to important initiatives like climate action.
Lodging level
Standard - 3 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Visits

Berlin, Helsinki, Riga, Tallinn, Vilnius, Warsaw

Highlights

  • With its perfectly preserved medieval wall and watchtowers, Tallinn's quaint Old Town is a great place to explore on foot.
  • Explore 13th-century Turaida Castle on a guided tour, then wander through pristine woodlands and along the winding Guaja River.
  • Aukstaitija National Park offers unique opportunities for both action and relaxation. Kayak across pristine lakes, indulge in home-cooked meals or cleanse yourself in a traditional sauna.
  • Cycle along the endless dunes and stunning beaches of Lithuania's Curonian Spit National Park on a full-day bike tour, making a visit to charming Nida village.
  • See the whimsical and ornate architecture of Riga’s Old Town, where the narrow and pastel-coloured buildings house bars and restaurants.

Themes

Cultural, High Adventure, Local Immersion & Homestays

What travelers are saying

"We joined the Intrepid “Real Italy Food Tour” and enjoyed it thoroughly. Our tour guide, Micol, was very knowledgeable and provided us with lots of good information. It seems Micol knew many of the staff of the venues we visited, including the pasta making class we attended. Our group of 11 travelers was extremely compatible, which greatly added to the fun and enjoyment."

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From Amsterdam to Copenhagen, explore the northern canals by cruising  the Elbe, the Havel, the Oder and the Baltic sea
4.5/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
River Cruise
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Flexible schedule

Visits

Amsterdam, Potsdam

Highlights

  • CRUISE HIGHLIGHTS An enticing mixture of nature and culture on an exceptional cruise
  • EXCURSIONS INCLUDED: Volendam, famous fishing village
  • Bremen, the oldest maritime city in Germany
  • Hanover, capital of Lower Saxony
  • Magdeburg, Hanseatic town
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50 plus, Eco, Sustainable & Green Travel, Family Friendly, Small Ship Cruise

What travelers are saying

"Summary over a cruise on the Haute Seine and Yonne on a barge. As seasoned cruisers, knowing well all aspects of cruising on seas and rivers, we had no experience about traveling on a barge in a canal. It was also time to overcome this lack. A number of companies offer this kind of cruising on barge with 8 to 16 passengers, however very often at exorbitant prices. Luckily, we discovered that the company CroisiEurope offers one week cruise on various canals in Europe, at very decent price, especially considering that all is inclusive (full board, all alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks and all excursions) on modern barges with a maximum of 22 passengers. We opted for the barge Ms Deborah, which cruises on the canal de la Loire, with the Briare to Nevers’ route. We were looking forward to this itinerary because the proposed excursions particularly suited us. Unfortunately, only a few days before departure, we were informed that due of a lack of water in the Loire canal the Ms Deborah was switched over to the Haute Seine and Yonne for a new itinerary from Paris to Sens. Despites the fact that this new itinerary didn’t really meet our desires, especially the excursions, we decided to accept the change. Our group of 6 persons from Switzerland was very warmly greeted by all members of the crew when arriving on the quai de Grenelle in Paris where we see the MS DEBORAH for the first time, our floating home for the week. With its two dominating colours blue and white, it is difficult not to fall in love with this beautiful small ship. We were invited immediately for the welcome cocktail during which we met officially the crew and the other six individual passengers originating from New Zealand, England and the USA. With less time than it needs to tell, the relation between us was created, so that everyone felt part of a bunch of friends knowing each other for long time. There is no need to present here the MS Deborah itself, as this is already thoroughly done on the Cruise Critic page. The crew of 6 persons is composed of a captain, a sailor, a cruise director, a chef, a waitress and a cabin hostess who put all their efforts to satisfy the passengers and offer them the best possible service. The captain as well as the sailor are always trying to make passengers at ease, answer questions or even bring a drink. The lady cruise director is omnipresent, taking care of the passengers better than a mother hen would do. The talented young French chef aims to produce dishes which please everybody. His outstanding sauces and excellent desserts should be particularly praised. However, referring to comments we made during a cruise on the Seine Princess two years ago, we cannot understand that why today it is not possible to offer the choice of a light buffet at lunch instead a three or even four course menu! The always smiling and friendly Hungarian waitress was very caring and attentive, without forgetting the cabin hostess doing a great job in the cabins, the public spaces and even the kitchen. It wouldn’t be fair to name a single person as all members of the crew, without any exception, do all they can to make the cruise unforgettable. Our one-week cruise on the barge Ms Deborah enables us today to make the following comments: ~ a cruise on a barge cannot be compared to any other kind of cruise ~ despite all the comfort offered on modern barge, one must be very aware that life on board happens at a restraint space, requiring therefore much flexibility and understanding in all aspects from all passengers ~ in our case, being only 12 passengers, we had the opportunity to take our meals on the terrace. We also never had the feeling that the boat was overcrowded. This can be different when the ship is full, especially by bad weather ~ the state of mind between the passengers who are mostly of foreign nationalities, who don’t know each other and don’t speak French, must function well right from the beginning ~ if the interrelation works, it is difficult to find a more relaxing and enjoyable way of travelling ~ the success on a barge is mainly due on the quality of its crew. Ms Deborah’s crew members have quickly created a family spirit on board, showing also that they genuinely like what they do ~ excursions can play a major role in choosing an itinerary. Not speaking French or English can be a handicap Do we recommend to do a cruise on a barge? Yes, definitively! It’s affordable, the atmosphere on board is unique, the routes can be very interesting. In our case, this second try with CroisiEurope gives them a better note."

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Majestic Cities of Central & Eastern Europe featuring Berlin, Prague, Vienna, Budapest & Krakow - 2023
4.7/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
With a history that spans back to 1918, they have unparalleled expertise in the guided tour industry and can cater to all types of travelers.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Moderate
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Visits

Auschwitz, Berlin, Budapest, Dresden, Krakow, Prague, Vienna

Highlights

  • Join local residents for a community hosted dinner in Dunaalmas.
  • Learn the secrets of Viennese confectionery during a candy-making demonstration.
  • Dine at the famous Marchfelderhof, an iconic restaurant with rich Viennese tradition.
  • Learn from a Berliner their experiences living in East Germany prior the fall of the Wall.
  • Be whisked by train from Prague to “The City of Music” – Vienna, Austria.
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Themes

Cultural

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Best of Poland
By Trafalgar
preferred
4.6/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
Their travelers enjoy 24/7 travel expertise and dedicated service throughout the trips - everything is taken care of.
Lodging level
Premium - 4 star
Physical level
Easy
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Highlights

  • 1 Welcome Reception (WR)
  • 10 Breakfast (B)
  • 2 Dinner (D)
  • 1 Be My Guest (BMG)
  • 1 Farewell Dinner (FD)
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Themes

50 plus, Cultural, Education / Learning, Local Immersion & Homestays

What travelers are saying

"Sasha was the best tour guide ever - kind, funny, patient. Michaela was an incredible driver. Itinerary was wonderful. Really impressed with the entire Trafalgar experience and highly recommend them."

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Harmony of Central Europe (Small Groups)
4.5/5 Excellent
100+ reviews
Group Tour
Why we love them
They understand that true luxury lies not only in lavish hotels and gourmet dining but also in the immersive experiences that leave a lasting memory.
Lodging level
Luxury - 5 star
Trip pace
Balanced schedule

Themes

50 plus, Cultural

What travelers are saying

"Excellent visit to the sites of Ancient Egypt. I would have liked to start the day a little later, but I understand the need to see all the is there."

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Poland Reviews & Ratings

4.6/5  Excellent
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Anonymous

Oct 2018

Provided byExodus Travels

Brilliant ... but

I will deal with the 'but' first. This is definitely not a 1; leisurely; more a 2, moderate. The distances to walk are comparatively large and the surfaces (cobbl...

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Anonymous

Oct 2018

Provided byExodus Travels

highlights of central europe

An excellent introduction to the countries visited. The tour leader, Peter, plying and explaining the flute. Very pleasant knowledgeable man, with a good sense of ...

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Anonymous

Aug 2016

Provided byExodus Travels

Highlights of Central Europe

Great trip, gave an overview of several capitals and could not fit much more in really. Wished I had visited this part of the world long before now. Hotels better th...

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Anonymous

Aug 2016

Provided byExodus Travels

Fast-Tracking Central Europe

We all met up in Prague, a lovely city, and very soon (too soon!) found ourselves in Bratislava. Supposed to be the smallest of the capital cities that we saw, Brati...

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Anonymous

Aug 2016

Provided byExodus Travels

HIGHLIGHTS OF CENTRAL EUROPE

Had a fantastic holiday.  Well organised.  Good company. Saw beautiful cities and countryside and did so much in  two weeks thanks to Erik, our guide ...

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Poland Tour Selection Trips

  • A highlight of your trip will be learning about Poland's past. Take advantage of the free walking tours that are available in cities like Warsaw and Krakow where you can truly get the most out of the culture.
  • You will hear the term “Milk Bars” while visiting Poland, and no, they're not bars that sell milk! They're actually cafeteria-style restaurants that offer delicious homemade Polish meals.  
  • When planning your trip to Poland, don't forget to include visits to one of 14 different UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
  • Poland is an extremely affordable country. Key tourism costs, like admission tickets, restaurant meals, and hotels are all very reasonably priced. 

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Common Countries Also Visited on Poland Tours

Poland is often included on Europe tours that include other nearby countries. Poland shares land borders with Belarus, Lithuania, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Germany, and Russia. European tour packages offer the chance to visit one or more of these places, as well as a stop to Poland and the many cities the country has to offer.

Estonia and Budapest are  also very popular stops on Polish tours.

What is the Weather Like in Poland?

Poland features a mixture of continental and oceanic climate influences. The country experiences extremely cold winters, often below freezing, and fairly warm summers.

Winters are often freezing and springtime is also very cold and will bring about snow showers. Summers experience temperatures of around 64 degrees Fahrenheit with the occasional rain shower. Around Autumn, the temperatures begin to decrease.

Who Will Enjoy Visiting Poland?

Absolutely anyone will enjoy visiting Poland! Polish cuisine and architecture bring many tourists in every year. History buffs will especially love this country due to its historical architecture, fairytale castles, and WWII stories.

Nature lovers will also love Poland. Mountains covered in lush vegetation and thick forests like Bialowieza Forest, make for great hiking trips. The Great Masurian Lake District, a labyrinth of rivers, is a great place for scenic boat trip.

When is the Best Time to Visit Poland?

The best times to visit Poland are during the summer and spring months when the weather is warm and the colors of nature are at their most vibrant. However, during the summer months, you will need to pack an umbrella because the weather is extremely unpredictable in Poland, with rain showers and occasional thunderstorms. The streets become flooded with locals and tourists alike filling the open air cafes and museums.

If you are looking for a quieter time in Poland as well as a good ski trip, then winter would be the ideal time to visit. This is the least popular time amongst tourists, but it is also the driest. You will also find good deals on flights when booking at this time.

The good news is, no matter what time of year you are visiting Poland, there is always something to do.

Key Polish Phrases for Travelers

Polish is known to be one of the most difficult languages to learn, with J’s sounding out as Y’s and W’s making a V sound, it may get slightly frustrating to catch on. Here are some key  phrases with simplified phonetics to help you on your trip:

  • Hello/hi/bye (informal): Czesc (cheshked)
  • Nice to meet you: Milo Mi
  • How are you?: Jak się masz’ (yak-she-or-mash)
  • Goodbye:  Do widzenia (oe-wid-zen-yah)
  • Good morning: Dzien dobry (jeen doe-brah)
  • Good evening: Ddobry wieczor (doe-brah vee-ech-cho)
  • Good night: Dobranoc (doe-bran-nok)
  • Yes/no:Tak (tahk)/Nie (nee-eh)
  • Please: Prosze (proh-sheh)
  • Thank you:Dziekuje (jink-wee-ah)
  • How much does this cost?: Ile to kosztuje? (ee-le-toe-kosh-too-yea)

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