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From Warsaw: Kazimierz Dolny Day Tour with Lunch

1. From Warsaw: Kazimierz Dolny Day Tour with Lunch

Following collection from Warsaw, depart for the town of Kazimierz Dolny. Once there, discover the town’s market square, the main point of the town which features a number of 17th-century buildings. The townhouses of the Przybyl brothers were built there in a Dutch and Italian Renaissance style, some of the most precious examples of secular architecture in Poland from the first half of the 17th century. Kazimierz Dolny is home to many painters and poets, inspired by the beauty of the surrounding landscape. The town is also a place rich in history. The glory days of the town started the in 14th century, when King Casimir the Great bought it and initiated its growth. Thanks to the Vistula River, the town could trade goods such as grain and wood with Gdansk – a crucial harbor city. The community that contributed the most to the town’s growth were the Jews, and you can find many traces of Jewish heritage in Kazimierz Dolny. They are claimed to have lived there even since the 11th century, and during the tour you can see the old Jewish Synagogue and the former Jewish district. If you have some more time and strength, you can reach the nearby Three Crosses Hill and admire the Vistula River winding through villages, forests, and gentle hills. The Kazmierz Dolny area is also well known for its loess ravines, which are great to discover. The most popular one is Korzeniowy Dol, whose projecting, twisted tree roots create a surreal, fairy-tale landscape. At the conclusion of your experience, your tour concludes with you trying a traditional rooster made of pastry – a symbol of Kazimierz Dolny.

Warsaw: Private Full-Day Kazimierz Dolny Tour

2. Warsaw: Private Full-Day Kazimierz Dolny Tour

Your experience begins as your private driver picks you up from your address in Warsaw in a comfortable Mercedes car. From there, travel to Kazimierz Dolny for a full-day experience. Once there, take a 3-hour city your during which your local English-speaking guide is on hand to explain the atmosphere of this beautiful city to you. Kazimierz Dolny is one of the most valuable and charming places in Poland. The city is known for its connection with art and artists, and many painters have their galleries and workshops there. Most historic Polish towns tend to have an Old Town square, and in Kazimierz Dolny you can wander through the splendid market square, known as the Rynek. One of the area's most significant and popular attractions is the old well, which sits in the heart of the square. Surrounding this popular well are some charming buildings, many of which have recently been converted into trendy up-and-coming bars, art galleries, and cafes. Wander around at your leisure, and stop for a coffee or an ice-cream as you watch the world go by from this age-old square. You can choose to tour the impressive ruins of the old castle, a Roman-style castle dating back to the 13th century - now a superb and insightful museum. Many of the walls have been reconstructed and maintained, containing information boards in both Polish and English. Among other sites, you can explore the castle courtyard, the viewing platform, the watchtower, and the cellar. One of the most unique features of Kazimierz Dolny is how well the town mixes nature with man-made constructions. Just on the edge of the town, you can discover the Korzeniowy Dol Gorge for a scenic sample of the Polish countryside. Whilst there, delight yourself in this natural formation between trees and greenery. There are some walking trails to follow, all of which are easily explored on a trip from town without requiring any transportation. At the end of your big day out sightseeing, your driver returns you to Warsaw where you are dropped off to your chosen location.

From Warsaw: Kazimierz Dolny, Lublin, Majdanek & Kozlowka

3. From Warsaw: Kazimierz Dolny, Lublin, Majdanek & Kozlowka

This Kazimierz, Lublin, Majdanek, and Kozlowka private tour is a comfortable and special trip. During it, you will visit some of the most beautiful cities in Poland with a professional guide in an air-conditioned vehicle.  Stroll through the medieval Old Town in Lublin with its winding streets full of fascinating legends. Discover Kazimierz, the pearl of the Polish Renaissance, and a popular holiday resort, and visit Majdanek on this private tour. In Lublin, enter the impressive castle and see the fabulous Byzantine wall paintings of the castle chapel. Visit the oldest surviving Jewish cemetery in Poland and discover the history of the Jewish community of Lublin. The picturesque Kazimierz attracts many artists who seek inspiration here. Visit the concentration camp, blockhouses, a gas chamber, and crematory in Majdanek. In Kozłówka, you will find unique sights such as a social realist art gallery.

Warsaw:1-Day Trip to Kazimierz Dolny Private Guided Tour

4. Warsaw:1-Day Trip to Kazimierz Dolny Private Guided Tour

Kazimierz Dolny is a charming town located on the Vistula River within the borders of the Lublin Province, which can boast of: a rich history, a charming old town, mansions built in the Lublin Renaissance style and loess ravines surrounding them. Come and see this small but great Polish gem where thousands of visitors come every year just to admire again! At first you will be picked up by private transport at your accommodation. No need to worry about any organization. Your guide will welcome you. Together let’s hit the road. On the way you will meet the history of Poland and some introduction of Kazimierz Dolny. Once you get on the spot you will see an adorable town with multiple attractions and rich history! Explore lovely Market Square and see the best tenements. Each tenement is related with some personal story of former residents. Your guide will find fascinating history on every corner. See also St. John the Baptist and St. Bartholomew. The interior of the temple hides unique treasures, such as: the oldest fully preserved organ in Poland and a baptismal font from 1587 straight from Florence. During your walking tour for sure you will also see the Synagogue and hear about the local Jewish community. Moreover, on the highest hill you will see a magnificent castle tower and castle ruins! Get inside - from the observation deck you will admire picturesque Vistula valley and the ruins of the Kazimierz castle. In the distance you will also see the remains of the Janowiec Castle. The hallmark of Kazimierz Dolny are deep (even several meters) loess gorges that surround the city with a network of picturesque walking routes. Visit the most beautiful of them! The Root Pit looks straight out of fairy-tale scenery. It is the perfect place to take a picture! And the last, but not least - The Wall of Crying. It is a monument located in the former Jewish cemetery to commemorate cruel fate that befell Kazimierz Jews during World War II. It was here that mass executions of civilians of Polish and Jewish origin were carried out. After the tour you will get back to Warsaw safely by our private transfers.

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