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Latvia, Lithuania & Poland Bus Tour

June 10-23, 2021

with Certified Sign Language Interpreter Service



Krakow, Poland



Gdansk, Poland


Krakow, Poland



Krakow, Poland


Riga, Lithuania

June 10 RIGA (LATVIA)
Arrival at the hotel in Riga, the capital city of Latvia. The rest of the day is free time. Meet with your travel companions for dinner. (D)
June 11 RIGA
Riga was founded in 1201. As a member of the Hanseatic League it traded goods with many merchants in Europe. During our city tour you will see the rich architecture of the city that reflects the wealth of the city in the past. The historical center is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Riga was the European Capital of Culture in 2014. Later during the tour, join a Canal Boat Cruise and a visit to the Open Air Ethnographic Museum. (B,D)
June 12 RIGA - VILNIUS (LITHUANIA)
Depart Riga. After crossing into the neighboring country of Lithuania, the first stop will be at the Hill of Crosses. Afterwards, we will visit Pakruojis Manor one of the most beautiful in Lithuania with history reaching back to the 16th century. We continue to Vilnius, the capital city of Lithuania. (B,D)
June 13 VILNIUS
A city tour by coach will familiarize you with the capital's landmarks. Because of the precious architecture, the old town area has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Because of the Jewish influence before World War II, it often was described as the "Jerusalem of Lithuania". Vilnius was European Capital of Culture in 2009. Discover more of the city in the afternoon during the free time. (B,D)
June 14 VILNIUS - MASURIAN LAKE DISTRICT (POLAND) - MIKOLAIJKI
We depart Vilnius for Poland. The Masurian Lake District is located in northeastern Poland and consists of more than 2,000 lakes. The lakes are connected by rivers and canals. The Masurian Canal that was built in the 18th century connects the lake district with the Baltic Sea. During a cruise on the lake you will understand why the lake district is so popular with tourists and nature lovers. Afterwards, we continue to Mikolaijki. (B,D)
June 15 MIKOLAIJKI - GDANSK
Today you will experience a very unique tour at the Elblag Canal that was named one of the Seven Wonders of Poland. The canal was built in the 19th century. Since the difference in height between the lakes was too great for building locks, several inclined planes were added to the canal system. That means that the boats partially transit the canal by water and partially on rail tracks with a gauge of 3.27 meters. Later in the afternoon, we will arrive in Gdansk. (B,D)
June 16 GDANSK
Centuries as a major Baltic port, membership in the Hanseatic League, and wealthy merchants shaped Gdansk. Today's quality of life and high living standard in the city sets Gdansk apart from many other Polish cities. The flair of the city is unique and can be experienced during our city tour by coach. We will see Dutch-style buildings dating back centuries and impressive modern architecture. The Highland Gate is the beginning of the Royal Route that leads to the Long Lane known for many picturesque buildings. The free time in the afternoon allows you to explore more places in the Old Town, at the Long Market, or at the Artus Court.(B,D)
June 17 GDANSK - POZNAN
We depart Gdansk. After a short drive, we stop at Malbork Castle. It is a 13th-century Teutonic castle. During a guided tour of one of the world's largest castles we will learn about the history of the Teutonic Knights, a religious order of crusaders. The castle is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Our lunch stop is in the beautiful city of Torun. Later in the afternoon, we will arrive in Poznan. (B,D)
June 18 POZNAN - WROCLAW
During a guided walking tour, we will enjoy the city center of Poznan that is known for its renaissance Old Town. Saint Martin's croissants are a delicacy in town. You can enjoy a croissant during our visit of the Croissant Museum. Later we continue to Wroclaw.(B,D)
June 19 WROCLAW - KRAKOW
On our way to Krakow, we will stop at the Concentration Camp in Auschwitz. During a guided tour you will be able to see different parts of the concentration camp and learn about what happend here between 1939 and 1945 when most of the camp population was sent west on a death march. Later in the afternoon, we will arrive in Krakow. (B,D)
June 20 KRAKOW
During a city tour by coach, we will get familiarized with Krakow, one of the oldest cities in Poland. The city dates back to the 7th century and was the official capital of Poland until the end of the 16th century. Being one of Europe's most beautiful cities, it has an Old Town that was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The archbishop of Krakow became Pope John Paul II in 1978. We will visit the Oscar Schindlers Factory and the Wieliczka Salt Mines. (B,D)
June 21 KRAKOW - LODZ
We depart Krakow for Lodz. During a walking tour we will learn about the history of Lodz. The textil industry flourished here when the city was part of the Russian Empire. Today, Piotrkowska Street is the city's best known landmark. It is the longest commercial street in the world. Remarkable are the building facades, most dating back to the 19th century. One of the fourteen museums in the city is the Central Museum of Textiles. (B,D).
June 22 LODZ - WARSAW
We depart Lodz for Warsaw, the capital city of Poland and the largest city in the country. The city was once known as the "Paris of the North" until it was bombed during World War II. Despite having over 85% of its buildings in ruins, the city was rebuilt and is today one of Europe's most dynamic metropolitan cities. It is one of the cities with the highest number of skyscrapers in the European Union. The beautiful Old Town is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. We will visit the Royal Castle during our city tour. (B,D)
June 23 WARSAW
Guests get ready for their homebound flights. (B)
(B – breakfast, L – lunch, D – dinner)

The price includes:
  • accommodation as listed above
  • meals as listed above
  • sightseeing as listed above
  • luggage transportation 1 bag per person in and out at hotels
  • transportation as listed above
Package Price: $4,922.00 per person (estimate)


Price is per person, double occupancy. Payments will be made via payment plan. The itinerary, price, and information are current at the time of publication and subject to change at any time without notice. Certain restrictions may apply. Price doesn’t include travel insurance, tips, R/T air from the U.S., drinks, etc. A deposit of $750.00 per person dbl. occ. is due to make a firm reservation. The purchase of travel insurance is mandatory. Flight arrangements can be booked through Kerstin's Deaf Travel. A passport, valid for 6 months beyond the completion date of your travel and an ETA are required.

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