Warsaw-Berlin-Potsdam (4 days)
Poland is an unusual country. It’s close, but at the same time it’s so far away. It’s a neighbour, but sometimes it’s like a stranger. Sightseeing tours to Poland will help you get acquainted with Polish culture, overcome political stereotypes and get into the strong spirit of this wonderful country.
The undeniable advantage of sightseeing tours to Poland is a well-developed transport connection. Every day, Warsaw airport receives 2-3 airliners from Moscow and Kaliningrad. In addition, you can get from Moscow to Warsaw by the Polonaise train, which departs every day from Moscow Belorussky railway station. Another quite popular way to get to Poland is by charter bus. By the way, sightseeing tours to Poland by bus are becoming more and more popular every year, and opinions that bus tours are a budget and not the most comfortable way to travel remain in the past.
05.30 a.m. – departure from Minsk (transfer to Warsaw ~ 540 km). Arrival in Warsaw ~ 4 p.m.- 4.30 p.m. Sightseeing walking tour of Warsaw: the Saxon Garden, the Saxon Palace, the Kazimierz Palace, the Krasinski Palace, Basilica of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (there is a female monastery of the Visitationist order), Radziwill Palace, where the young Chopin first performed a concert (now the Presidential Palace), the oldest building of the Warsaw Academy of Music, Medova street, the Old Town Market Place, Castle Square and the Royal Castle, the Church of The Holy Cross (in the Church there is an urn with the heart of the composer). Transfer to the hotel (~440 km). Overnight stay.
Breakfast. Transfer to Berlin (~ 100 km). Sightseeing bus and walking tour of the city (~3 hours). You will see the heart of Berlin: the main street of Berlin Unter den Linden (Arsenal, State Opera, Humboldt University of Berlin, Crown Prince's Palace, the Brandenburg gate); the Berlin Wall; the Reichstag; Gendarmenmarkt square – the most beautiful square in Europe; Tiergarten Park; The Kurfurstendamm, Kaiser Wilhelm memorial Church, Charlottenburg Palace.
Optionally, lunch at the national German restaurant for an additional fee.
Check-in at a three-star hotel in the centre of Berlin (check-out time starts after 2 p.m.; if possible, the group will be settled earlier than the specified time).
On request, you can visit on your own (within walking distance from the hotel):
- Marine aquarium www.aquarium-berlin.de - fish, reptiles, amphibians, insects and invertebrates are represented on three floors of the Marine aquarium. Open: daily 9-18
- Berlin Zoo www.zoo-berlin.de - the oldest and most famous in Germany. The zoo's rich collection includes about 17,000 animals from all over the world, and the three-story aquarium offers a wide variety of marine and river life. All the inhabitants are provided with comfortable living conditions, aviaries designed to take into account the characteristics of certain animals.).
Breakfast. Check-out from the hotel. Moving to Potsdam, the residence of the Prussian Hohenzolern dynasty. Tour of Potsdam's famous Sanssouci Palace – summer residence of Frederick the Great, New Palace and Charlottenhof, Cecilienhof, Dutch district and Russian village Aleksandrovka, Royal farmstead (about 40 palaces and parks), Chinese tea house, a luxurious park ensemble.
Departure to Minsk. On the way back stop at the Designer Outlet Berlin (www.mcarthurglen.com/media) (~4 hours). 80 stores of the Berlin designer outlet offer products from more than 100 prestigious design brands, from jewelry and accessories to elegant household items and fashionable sporting goods. All branded products are offered a year-round discount from the recommended retail prices in the amount of 30 to 70%. Transfer to the supermarket A 10, where there are popular clothing stores of European brands, cafes, restaurants, grocery stores (about 3 hours). Transit through the territory of Germany and Poland. Overnight stay at a hotel in Poland.
Breakfast. Check-out from the hotel. Transit through Poland. Arrival in Minsk at 12 a.m.
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