World-famous operas & ballet:The Swan Lake, La Boheme, Barbiere di Seviglia & Traviata
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WROCLAW (D)Arrival in Wrocalw. Orientation walk along the Wroclaw, one of the oldest cities in Poland, a capital of Lower Silesiabeautifully located along the Odra River. A city once described as “the holy blossom of Europe, a beautiful gem amongcities” which lately became a cultural center for the whole of south-western Poland. Today, Wroclaw with its beautifulhistorical buildings in the Market Square and the Town Hall are recognised as a gem of Gothic-Renaissance urbanarchitecture.Welcome dinner at CESARSKO-KROLWESKA restaurant, one of the most fashionable restaurants of Wrocalw.
7.00 p.m. – Wroclaw Opera HouseProgram to include:THE SWAN LAKE by Piotr Czajkowski
WROCLAW (B, L)Half day tour of Wroclaw, a city full of magical places, a living off trade with number of squares and historical buildings.See the Town Hall located in the heart of the Market Square – one of the most beautiful old city halls in Poland with itscharacteristic 66 meter-hight tower, ceramic gable, lovely portal and sculptures. Walk through the Old Town where youwill see many tenement-houses, churches with the famous St. Mary Magdalene’s Church and St. Elizabeth’s Church. Visitthe monumental university building with the magnificent Aula Leopoldinum – one of the best Baroque interiors in the city.
Lunch at the PIWNICA SWIDNICA restaurant beautifully located in the Wroclaw Town Hall at the Market Square.
See the magnificent Aula Leopoldinum and the UNESCO site Centennial Hall (Hala Ludowa).The Centennial Hall (Jahrhunderthalle in German and Hala Ludowa in Polish), a landmark in the history ofreinforced concrete architecture, was erected in 1911-1913 by Max Berg, at the time municipal architect inBreslau, as the Polish city of Wrocław was called at the time, when it was part of Germany.
The Centennial Hall, a multi-purpose recreational building, is a centrally-planned structure situated on theExhibition Grounds. The Centennial Hall is a pioneering work of modern engineering and architecture, whichexhibits an important interchange of influences in the early 20th century, becoming a key reference in the laterdevelopment of reinforced concrete structures. Included on the UNESCO list in 2006.
7.00 p.m. – Wroclaw Opera HouseProgram to include:LA BOHEME by Giacomo Puccini
WARSAW (B, D)Group’s arrival in Warsaw.Orientation walk thought the Old Town with the Castle Square where you can see the first non-ecclesiastic statue inWarsaw King Sigismund’s Column and the originally Gothic castle dated to the 15th century expanded throughout thecenturies which was the seat of kings of Poland. It was where the Third Of May Constitution was promulgated in 1791, theone in the world after American.
Welcome reception and dinner at POLKA restaurant located in the Old Town. Enjoy a typical Polish meal with white borsch,fine selection of different kind of pierogi (dumplings) stuffed with cabbage & mushrooms, meat, white cheese and fruits.For dessert home-made cake.
7.00 p.m. – National Opera HouseProgram to include:IL BARBIERE DI SEVIGLIA by Gioacchino Rossini
WARSAW – ZELAZOWA WOLA – NIEBOROW – LOWICZ - WARSAW (B, L)Enjoy a full day excursion – Mazovian Escapade – that includes surroundings of Warsaw.First stop in Zelazowa Wola, a small village located 60 km west from Warsaw in picturesque Mazovian countryside. This iswhere on February 22, 1810 Frederic Chopin was born to his French father and Polish mother A museum devoted to greatcomposer is located in the preserved annex of the former manor. Museum contains copies of marriage certificate of hisparents, Fryderyk’s certificate of birth and baptism, manuscipts, drawings and letters and other memmorabilia. Visitorsare particularly drawn to the “mother’s room” where the huge bouquet of fresh flowers indicates place where Chopin wasborn.
Continue to Nieborow Palace to visit magnificent interiors of the Baroque palace, built in the 17th century for Primate ofPoland, with the marble “Head of Niobe”, a 1st c. Roman replica of the Greek original from the 4th c. BC, also famous forthe only in Poland at that time a majolica factory. We will see a permanent exhibition of majolica ware in the granary. Amanicured park and garden were laid out directly behind the palace.
Drive to Lowicz, a typical town of Mazovian region famous for folk art.
Home-made lunch will be served by a local family in a charming wooden cottage house, set by the ruins of the formerLowicz Castle. Enjoy a typical Polish meal and world-famous Polish hospitality.Drive back to Warsaw.
7.00 p.m. – National Opera HouseProgram to include:TRAVIATA by Giuseppe Verdi
WARSAW (B)After breakfast departure.
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