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  A unique, exciting and surprising city, Budapest is one of the most stunning capitals in Europe. A city of contrast and a hub of business, science and culture, Budapest feels slightly nostalgic, often emanating turn-of-the-century feelings. Art nouveau is present at nearly every corner and this dynamic city harmoniously blends elements of Roman and Turkish history and at the same time offers state of the art hotels, magnificent cafes, vast shopping malls and a diverse range of cultural programmes.



Come with us and explore Prague – the most exciting city in Central Europe. Get to know the city and its famous monuments, taste typical Czech cuisine and learn more about local traditions and habits. Enjoy 5 splendid days in the land of fairy tales – join us for an unforgettable tour of Karlovy Vary, visit the glassworks and see how the typical Czech glass has been produced for ages.



Warsaw, known in Polish as Warszawa, is the capital and largest city of Poland. It is located on the Vistula River, roughly 260 kilometres from the Baltic Sea and 300 kilometres from the Carpathian Mountains. The Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in Poland. It has over 3,000 rooms. The big attraction is a large terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace.


Warsaw now has an ever more impressive selection of museums dotted around and even older ones are getting facelifts to bring the visitor experience into the 21st century. Without doubt the big three places on your list should be the Uprising Museum which charts the defining period in the history of modern Warsaw; the Copernicus Science Centre which is the city's most interactive and visitor friendly museum and the Chopin Museum which is both interesting and Warsaw's best example of a modern museum experience.



Bratislava, the capital, has been booming in recent years, although it still has a little less of McDonald's style commercialism that is rampant across Western Europe. Quaint and jovial with a surprisingly rich cultural life. Bratislava is a capital city without the usual tourist congestion.


You will find Slovaks to be extremely helpful, pleasant people prepared to go out of their way to welcome you.  From city breaks to folk festivals, castle tours to snow boarding and hiking you will find Slovakia a spectacular, undiscovered country to visit.



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Central Europe Escapes enables students to experience first-hand many different cultures, traditions, and ways of life. It fosters independence, establishes connections, and provides meaningful life experiences that prepare students for higher learning. Most importantly though, it can equip students with the capacity to appreciate different perspectives - a quality that will prove invaluable in our increasingly "global" world.


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Few European cities can boast a better preserved Jewish Ghetto than Prague. Six synagogues, a Jewish Town Hall, magical cemetery and the unique genius loci make Josefov in Prague a place which you should most certainly not leave out when you are wandering around the “Golden City”. Get to know the unsettled history of the Prague Jews, their architecture, traditions, customs and stories, which rank among some of the most tragic in the 20th century.


Paradoxically, the Jewish Town has Adolf Hitler to thank for its well-preserved condition. It was precisely this Nazi leader who decided to establish the “Museum of an Extinct Race” in Prague. Thanks to this, valuables from the occupied countries were gathered in this area and the largest collection of Jewish items in Europe was created here. Nowadays, Josefov is again a lively place with a good-sized Jewish community. Visiting it will provide you with an insight into another piece of the mosaic of the development of Prague, “City of a Hundred Spires”.



As soon as you walk down the luxurious Pařížská, you will find yourself in front of the imposing frontage of the Old New Synagogue. Make sure to take a tour of it. Not only is it the oldest preserved synagogue in the whole of Europe, but its magical interior also hides many a point of interest. According to one of the legends, this is the resting place of the legendary Golem – the predecessor of Frankenstein’s monster, which was brimming over with great strength and which was the subject of interest of many kings and emperors.



You will find a silent memorial to the victims of the holocaust in the Pinkas Synagogue. Its walls hold the longest epitaph in the world, which lists the names of those who died in the Nazi concentration camps. You will also find wonderful examples of Jewish architecture in the Maisel, Klaus and above all Spanish Synagogue, whose interior will astound you with its wonderful golden decoration. Not far from the Old New Synagogue, you can also see the Jewish Town Hall with its picturesque little tower, which is one of the symbols of the Prague ghetto.



Mysterious gravestones layered on top of one another, a game of light and shade, the quiet rustling of branches and a thousand stories which played out here. This is the Old Jewish Cemetery, one of the largest in the world. Thanks to the limited space and Jewish custom, which makes it impossible to disturb old graves, the cemetery has been covered with earth several times, in which new graves were created. Nowadays, there are as many as twenty layers on top of each other in some places here.



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Warsaw, known in Polish as Warszawa, is the capital and largest city of Poland. It is located on the Vistula River, roughly 260 kilometres from the Baltic Sea and 300 kilometres from the Carpathian Mountains. The Palace of Culture and Science is the highest building in Poland. It has over 3,000 rooms. The big attraction is a large terrace on the 30th floor of the Palace.


Warsaw now has an ever more impressive selection of museums dotted around and even older ones are getting facelifts to bring the visitor experience into the 21st century. Without doubt the big three places on your list should be the Uprising Museum which charts the defining period in the history of modern Warsaw; the Copernicus Science Centre which is the city's most interactive and visitor friendly museum and the Chopin Museum which is both interesting and Warsaw's best example of a modern museum experience.






Arrival in Warsaw and transfer to your hotel in the heart of the city. The afternoon is free. At 6:00PM, meet your guide and the rest of the group in the hotel lobby. Drive along the beautiful Royal Route with its historical monuments and residences. Stop at Castle Square for a short walk through Old Town, and then join us for welcome dinner at a local restaurant. Your meal will include typical Polish dishes.


DAY 2 - WARSAW ( B, L )

Morning sightseeing tour includes the Old Town with the impressive Royal Castle. Here the Constitution of May 3rd was proclaimed in 1791, the second oldest constitution, after the US Constitution, in the world. After lunch served at a local restaurant in Old Town, we continue our tour with a drive to the area of the former Warsaw Ghetto. During your tour of Warsaw we invite you to the famous Warsaw chocolate factory “Wedel” to taste their delicious hot chocolate. This evening a piano recital featuring famous compositions of Chopin.



After breakfast, we depart for Zakopane – one of the most popular vacation resorts in the Tatra Mountains. En route, we stop in Czestochowa to visit the Jasna Gora Monastery and the Black Madonna Shrine with its miraculous icon. Evening arrival in Zakopane beautifully situated at the foot of the Tatra Mountains.



Morning sightseeing of Zakopane, whose wooden architecture blends with the natural landscapes. Admire the breathtaking views of the Tatras from the top of Gubalowka Mountain and shop for souvenirs of arts and crafts of the Highlanders (Gorale) in the local shops. This afternoon we leave Zakopane and take a spectacular rafting trip on the Dunajec River (weather permitting) and later continue to Krakow. Dinner at a local restaurant in Krakow’s Old Town Market Square.



Morning sightseeing tour will feature Wawel Hill with the Royal Castle and Wawel Cathedral. The giant bell, Zygmunt from 1520 ranks with the world’s largest. Drive to Old Town with its restored Main Square of magnificent houses and palaces. There visit St. Mary’s Basilica to see the magnificent wooden altar by Wit Stwosz. In the middle of the square is the Cloth Hall originally built before 1349, with many shopping stalls inside. After lunch drive to Auschwitz-Birkenau to visit the Martyrdom Museum of the former Nazi concentration camp. Return to Krakow for overnight.



Morning at leisure. Afternoon coffee and cake at a famous Krakow café and then we drive to the Wieliczka Salt Mine, with unforgettable underground chambers, grottoes, and chapels carved from salt. Dinner with a folkloric show at a local restaurant in Wieliczka, before we drive back to Krakow.


DAY 7 - KRAKOW ( B )

After breakfast transfer to the airport. End of tour


B = Breakfast, L = Lunch, D = Dinner



•   Airport transfers in Warsaw

•   English-speaking tour escort assistance

•   English-speaking local guides

•   Private air-conditioned motor coach/minibus / car (depending on the group size)

•   Meals as per itinerary: B = breakfast, L = lunch, D = dinner

•   Cake & coffee/tea at famous Warsaw cafe

•   Cake & coffee/tea at famous Krakow café

•   Sightseeing & entrance fees as per itinerary

•   Chopin concert.

•   Luggage handling at hotels (one piece per person)

•   Hotel charges and taxes



•   2 nights at  Warsaw Novotel Centrum or similar

•   1 night  at  Zakopane Mercure Kasprowy or similar

•   3 nights at  Krakow Novotel Bronowice or similar




DAY 1 - WARSAW ( D )

Upon arrival in Warsaw put your first steps at the Pilsudski Square by the Holy Cross that is the sign of the first pilgrimage of John Paul II to his homeland and the Holy Mass he celebrated and the famous worlds he said to the people of Poland, that afterwards, changed Poland and influenced to the whole Eastern Europe: " Spirit, come and renew the face of this earth". Walk through the Royal Route for a short stop by the Monument of the Cardinal of Poland, Stefan Wysynski, who had important influence to the Karol Wojtyla election to become the Pope, John Paul II. Welcome dinner at one of the local restaurants beautifully located in the Old Town.



Enjoy a sightseeing tour of Poland's capital. Highlights of your tour include Old Town, rebuilt with great reverence after World War II, beautiful Royal Route to see its palaces, aristocratic residences, famous statues and historical churches - the sites of faith and spirit of Polish people. Visit the most famous baroque church in Warsaw - St. Anna Church - a witness of important occurrences in Warsaw's history, but also a place where Pope John Paul II celebrated Holy Mass during his first pilgrimage in 1979 and met with young people  , saying "I looked for you and you have come to me. This is what I thank you for". These words can be seen on a special plaque placed on the front wall of the church. From that time on the Church of St. Anna is always visited by young people, the so-called JPII Generation, This is a place where the young people of Warsaw meet to commemorate each anniversary of the Pope's death. Proceed to the Metropolitan Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, Warsaw's oldest Gothic church, which was visited by John Paul II during each pilgrimage to Poland. This is also the resting place of Cardinal of Poland, Stefan Wyszynski. On the wall of the cathedral you can also see a special plaque that memorizes Pope's first pilgrimage to Poland. It says "John Paul II Pope - the Pole from this cathedral started his pilgrimage to his homeland June 2nd, 1979". Lunch to be served at one of the old town restaurants. Afterwards, proceed to St. Stanislaw Kostka Church where you will attend a Holy Mass and see a special exhibition devoted to Father Jerzy Popieluszko, a great personality of Catholic Church murdered by militant security police in 1984. Nowadays, pilgrimages from all over the world arrive to Kostka Church a major solidarity tomb  of Father Jerzy Popleluszko's beatification. In the evening we invite you for an unforgettable journey through the most famous works by Fredric Chopin as the year 2010 has been announced the International Year of Frederic Chopin due to the 200th anniversary of his birth. Enjoy a piano recital held in the beautiful historical interiors of the Raczynski Palace in Warsaw.



Morning departure for Niepokalanow to visit one of the youngest Polish Sanctuaries. The Francisan Monastery is linked with the figure of Saint Maximillan Maria Raymond Kolbe - a martyr from the death camp in Oswiecim (Auschwitz). The monastery was founded in 1927 and in 1980 John Paul II gave the church the title of a lesser basilica. John Paul II visited Niepokolanow during one of his pilgrimages in 1983 when he blessed 70 missionary crosses. He also spoke about life an sacrifice of Maxmillian Kolbe, his mission and devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mother Mary.  Drive to Czestochowa. Czestochowa - RELIGIOUS CENTER OF POLAND - one of the most important places of religious worship in the Christian World with traditions of pilgrimage that go back to the 14th century. In the evening you will visit Jasna Gora Monaster and its famous shrine which houses the Black Madonna, venerated by some as the "Queen of Poland". Holy Mass before miraculous picture of the Black Madonna where John Paul II devoted himself to the Lady of Czestochowa, saying "Totus Tuus" during his pilgrimage in 1979. The Sanctuary of Jasna Gora was one of the most important places in Pope's heart and one of the favorite sanctuaries in Poland.



In the morning meeting a local guide Pauline and visit of the Jasna Gora Sanctuary. Your tour will include: the Basilica with Black Madonna Shrine, the exhibition devoted to the 600-years of the Monastery, the Armory Room, as well as the Treasury Room with precious gifts, including the Gold Rose given by John Paul II as a act of His devotion to the heart of Our Lady of Czestochowa Queen of the Kingdom of Poland, Pope’s girdle of cassock with His blood on it, as this is the one he had when he was wounded by a shot in 1981. The tour also includes new exhibition called “ Polish Church and Solidarity “ – union trade led by laureate of the Nobel’s Peace Prize – Lech Wałęsa. We would also like to pay your attention to a very interesting Way of Cross painted by one of the most famous Polish artists Jerzy Duda-Gracz, a touching presentation of the last moments of Jesus set in the most important historic moments of Poland. Drive to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska - that is lying among the colourful hills of the Wadowice Upland. From far away you may see the monastery complex of the Bernardine Father with the early Baroque church of the Angelic Mother of God. South of the monastery, on the area of 300 hectares are located the famous Calvary paths, with churches, chapels and wayside shrines which location in the terrain imitates the topography of Jerusalem. As Pope John Paul II was born in Wadowice close to the Kalwaria, he often walked the Calvary paths and prayed before the marvelous picture of the Zebrzydowska Mother of God. In respect to the number of pilgrims Kalwaria Zebrzydowska is the second most popular sanctuary in Poland and one of the mostly beloved by John Paul II. During the pilgrimage in 2002 John Paul II , when He already must have known that it was going to be His last visit to Kalwaria, He once again devoted himself to the Virgin Mary and the miraculous Mother Mary of Kalwaria: “I devote myself and the whole Polish nation to You, I have trust in You and once again I profess: Totus Tuus”. En route stop in Wadowice is located one hour drive from Krakow. It is a small village where our Pope, Karol Wojtyła – John Paul II was born. We may see the house where He was born, grew up and where from the window of His room He always saw a clock with sign “The time runs, the eternity awaits”. Now there is also a day and time of Pope’s death marked on it. The Basilica of Wadowice, where Karol Wojtyla, the Pope John Paul II, was baptized you can also see the special plaque that memorizes this fact and a stone font where Pope prayed during His first pilgrimage to Poland in 1979. During His next pilgrimage in 1991 He visited Wadowice once again and consecrated a new Church of St. Peter the Apostole, that was built by the people of Wadowice as a votum for saving Pope’s life, after he was wounded by a shot in 1981. Visit the House-Museum with exhibition that illustrates and commemorates John Paul II’s life and His work in Poland until the moment he left Krakow for the conclave in Rome, in 1978. In the room where Karol Wojtyła was born and lived until 1938, and in the kitchen, a few items of the remaining furniture have been collected. In the other rooms, there are glass cases which contain Karol Wojtyła's documents, either original or copies, objects, manuscripts and works published before October 16, 1978. On the walls there are some photographs connected with Karol Wojtyła himself and places he frequently visited. Wadowice is also a place that Pope talked about with sentiment, remembering His school times, colleagues and a cafeteria where he had His favourite cream cake. Therefore it is a must to try this world-famous crème cake before you continue to Krakow.



Enjoy a sightseeing tour of the magical town of Krakow, city connected with the Pope John Paul II, such as: the Bishop's Palace where Karol Wojtyła used to live, St. Florian's Church where he was a vicar, or the beautiful Franciscan Church - His favourite praying place. Franciszkanska Street with the famous Pope’s window where John Paul II used to show up to talk with Cracovians during His pilgrimages to Poland. During one, very long meetings there, he said: :” We will chat again shortly, just after I will have my supper” and came back to the awaiting people of Krakow after an hour to continue the meeting. Florianska 3 it the place where people meet each year on April 2nd to pray, light the candles and sing Pope’s favourite songs. Collegium Novum, the main building of Jagiellonian University, where after WW II Karol Wojtyla lectured in theology; Archbishop’s Palace, which was His home for a number of years and where is a special exhibition devoted to John Paul II and His life in Krakow. In the Church of St. Queen Jadwiga you will see a plaque to memorize Pope’s visit in this church in 1997. It shows the Pope’s coat-of-arms. In front of the church there is a cross from the altar that was built for John Paul II to celebrate a Holy Mass at the Krakow Blonie in 1979. See the Market Square – Europe’s largest medieval square , St. Mary’s Church with the largest wooden gothic altar in the world created by Wit Stwosz. Worth seeing is the altar’s opening ceremony and listen to “Hejnał” the music symbol of Krakow. Proceed to the Wawel Hill to visit the Wawel Cathedral , site of Karol Wojtyła ordination as Bishop. Also worth seeing place is “ The Catholic Center of John Paul II’’ – place where you can learn about Pope’s John Paul II spiritual heritage. Lunch to be served at a local restaurant. Guided visit to the Auschwitz Museum. The death camp at Oświęcim, known as Konzentratrionslager Auschwitz, where we visit the cell of the martyred St. Maximilian Kolbe. In the cell no 18 you can see a special plaque and a candle left by Pope after He prayed there. Afterwards, we visit the Centre for Dialogue and Prayer and listen the lecture about Pope’s experiences during WWII and His ecumenism toward the Jewish people. Follow the lecture you will attend at Holy Mass. In the memory of Pope’s visit to Auschwitz-Birkenau and in order to consolidate His message about peace and human rights, a special Oswiecim Prize of Human Rights was established. Dinner to be served at one of Cracow’s restaurants.



Morning departure for Zakopane. En route stop at Ludźmierz - RELIGIOUS CENTER OF HIGHLANDERS. Visit the oldest Sanctuary in the

Podhale region. Place where Pope John Paul II often arrived and prayed with His beloved mountaineers. It was here, during one of His visits as a Bishop of Krakow, when an apple fallen down from the hands of the figure of Our Lady Queen of Podhale and stopped by the foots of Karol Wojtyla. Many read this sign as a signal that the Bishop of Krakow will become a Pope one day. See the miraculous figure of Our Lady Queen of Podhale. This wooden sculpture is almost 600 years old. In the memory of Pope’s visit to Ludzmierz, a Mother Mary Rose Garden, was created. It is in a shape of a road with 20 chapels sculptured of white marble. In the middle of it there is a monument of Pope being on His knees. John Paul II used to give a special gifts to the sanctuaries He beloved the most, Ludzmierz is one of them, so He offered to this sanctuary a beautiful rosary made of pearls. Every year in September on the holiday of Our Lady Siewnej the basilica becomes the centre of a colourful and spectacular harvest festival. Continue drive to Zakopane. Lunch to be served at one of Zakopane’s restaurants. You can taste regional dishes best known for their secret of the recipe passed from one generation to the next. Afternoon visit of Zakopane including the famous Krupówki Street, the Jaszczurówka Chapel – the great example of the wooden architecture in Zakopane and the Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima at Krzeptówki, which was built by people of Zakopane to thank the Lady of Fatima for saving Pope’s after a stroke on John Paul II’s life. After Pope’s visit in Zakopane the authorities of the city decided to change its 19th century coat-of-arms. Now it shows the portrait of the Giewont cross with the keys of St. Peter from the Vatican device. Dinner to be served at a local restaurant serving very good the traditional cooking based on cabbage and potatoes. The must is the smoked sheepcheese, ‘oscypek’, sauerkraut soup, ‘kwaśnica’, or lamb meat. For tired travellers a highlander tea (with vodka) and ‘śliwowica lacka’, strong plums brandy. During the dinner will be performed highlander music, songs and dances.



In the morning visit to the Blessed Sister Faustina Convent in Łagiewniki – the capital of the Divine Mercy. It was here that originated the message of the Divine Mercy, which Christ Himself wished to pass on to our generation, through the mediation of Sister Faustina. Sister Mary Faustina Kowalska promulgated the worship of God's Charity and the painting "Jesus, I Trust You" the shrine of DIVINE MERCY. Visit the Shrine of Divine Mercy, St. Faustina’s convent chapel and her Tomb. Very dynamic expansion of worship of the Divine Mercy was launched by the beatification of Sister's Faustina (18th of April 1993) and her canonization (30th of April 2000), and also thanks to pilgrimages of John Paul II to Łagiewniki (1997 and 2002). It caused the extension of the Sanctuary i.a. building a new church - basilica, that was consecrated on 17th of August 2002 by Pope John Paul II in 2002. In this place Pope solemnly entrusted the world to the Divine Mercy. Lunch at a local restaurant. Departure in the direction of Warsaw. Dinner to be provided at a local restaurant.



Transfer to Warsaw's airport.







Come with us and explore Prague – the most exciting city in Central Europe. Get to know the city and its famous monuments, taste typical Czech cuisine and learn more about local traditions and habits. Enjoy 5 splendid days in the land of fairy tales – join us for an unforgettable tour of Karlovy Vary, visit the glassworks and see how the typical Czech glass has been produced for ages and last but not least, taste famous local beverage – Czech beer!


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Would you like to experience the unforgettable feeling of a Free Fall, but you don't really feel like jumping out of a plane? We have good news for you! In the biggest and unique Prague Indoor Skydive Arena in the Eastern Europe, you will enjoy flying in a wind stream of the speed of up to 280km/h! In the safety of the wind tunnel you will get a big pack of adrenaline that you will never forget!



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