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Poland: Cycling through the Old World

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Follow the lifeblood of Poland, the Vistula River, between its modern and ancient capital cities on easy cycling routes.

  • Duration: 10 Days|
  • Daily Mileage: 15 - 35|
  • Biking: 2 - 4 hr|
  • Group Size: 20
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Bike Vacation + Air Package

$4,195

Bike Vacation Only

$3,245

(per person, double occupancy)

Poland: Cycling through the Old World

Follow the lifeblood of Poland, the Vistula River, between its modern and ancient capital cities on easy cycling routes. From royal castles to lush fruit farms, you’ll take it all in at a gentle pace. You’ll visit charming Old World towns and roll through a pristine forest, ride a horse and buggy, and venture underground to merchants’ cellars and a UNESCO-acclaimed salt mine. And savor memorable meals, from a picnic lunch on a castle lawn to a sumptuous palace repast—and toast your discoveries with tastings of local vodka and mead.

What to Expect

This tour offers easy terrain throughout the trip and is ideal for beginning cyclists. There are longer options with slight hills for the more experienced cyclists.

  • Duration: 10 Days|
  • Daily Mileage: 15 - 35|
  • Biking: 2 - 4 hr|
  • Group Size: 20
Activity Easy Easy
Cycling
Bar Graph Beginner - Experienced
Cyclists
Bus Vehicle
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Tour Highlights

  • Join your Trip Leaders as they shop for a picnic lunch at a farmers' market.
  • Ferry across the Vistula River to the ruins of the 16th-century Janowiec Castle.
  • Learn about the history and folklore of the quaint village of Kazimierz Dolny during a guided tour.
  • Lunch in a late-Baroque palace, one of the most beautiful residences in Poland.
  • Visit underground merchant cellars beneath the town square on a walking tour of Sandomierz.
  • Cycle through fertile orchards in a region sometimes called the “Tuscany of Poland.”
  • Learn the delicious secrets of making a traditional fruit dessert during a cooking demonstration.
  • Sample Sandomierski mead, a unique brew produced only in this region.
  • Roll along tranquil paved routes through a sylvan landscape in Niepolomice Forest.
  • Tour the astonishing Wieliczka Salt Mines, and savor a Polish vodka tasting in one of its underground chambers.
  • Enjoy a guided tour of Krakow’s Old Town.

Climate Information

Temperatures

Average High /
Low Temperature (°F):

Apr63º/48º

May65º/47º

Jun70º/52º

Jul73º/55º

Aug73º/54º

Sep64º/47º

Oct54º/40º

Average
Precipitation:

Apr2.4 in

May2.0 in

Jun2.6 in

Jul3.0 in

Aug2.8 in

Sep1.8 in

Oct1.6 in

What's Included

Bike Vacation + Air Package

Bike Vacation Only

Roundtrip international airfare Check
Transfers to and from international airport Check
One night in Warsaw and one night in Krakow in conveniently located hotels with breakfasts included Check
6 nights in 3- and 4-star hotels and a renovated 17th-century granary Check Check
11 meals: 6 breakfasts, 2 lunches, 3 dinners Check Check

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Biking Packages Include:

Custom VBT Bike and Helmet

Two Local, Bilingual Trip Leaders

Vehicle Support

Luggage Transfers

Ride with GPS and Daily Route Notes

Welcome Reception

Facilitated Cultural Experiences

Your Choice of VBT Branded Gear for Your Adventure

Itinerary

Sat, Jul 13 to Mon, Jul 22 - 2019

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Depart from home for Poland. The particulars of your arrival overseas are detailed with your flight itinerary.

Upon arrival at the Warsaw Airport, claim your luggage and clear customs. VBT’s local representative will meet you outside the customs area in your arrival terminal and will be holding a VBT sign. Your representative will help you transfer by private car or van to your hotel in Warsaw’s city center (approximately 30 minutes). The rest of the day is free for you to settle in and explore the city. Choose a restaurant for dinner on your own.

Please note: If you arrive early, your hotel room may not be available until after 2:00 p.m. You may store your luggage with the reception desk. If you are traveling from the west coast, your arrival in Warsaw may not be until late in the evening.

Your hotel is conveniently located in Warsaw’s Old Town. Depending on your arrival time, you can stroll along the many cobblestone streets and explore the most beautiful part of the city.

VBT provides you with City Information that includes information and recommendations on what to see and do in Warsaw during your stay.

Hotel: Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw

Meet the VBT representative in the hotel lobby at 8:00 a.m. for the transfer to Pulawy (approximately 2.5 hours, including a stop on the way). Make sure your luggage is tagged with VBT yellow tags. Meet your Trip Leaders upon arrival in Pulawy. Please be dressed in cycling clothes and ready for biking.

Your Trip Leaders will hold a safety and bike-fitting session followed by an easy warm-up ride through some Polish “allotment gardens.” These allotment gardens are a reflection of Poland’s agrarian past and efforts to move rural labor into urban settings to meet the city residents’ basic needs. Polish allotment gardeners represent the largest land users in Poland. You’ll then join the bike path along the banks of the Vistula River. The Vistula was at one time connected to the Dnieper River, creating an important trade route known as the “Amber Road,” connecting the Black Sea to the Baltic. As you will see throughout your journey this week, the Polish people now use the Vistula River mostly for recreational purposes.

Afterward, you will shuttle to the nearby quaint riverside artist village of Kazimierz Dolny, where you can take time for a late lunch on your own.

Tonight, get to know your fellow travelers over a welcome cocktail, followed by dinner at the hotel.

Hotel: Krol Kazimierz
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Daily Options: 9 miles (14.5 km)

After breakfast this morning, walk with your Trip Leaders to the town square, where you’ll shop for today’s picnic at the weekly farmers’ market. You can choose from an array of fresh fruits and vegetables in season and browse numerous stalls of antiques, paintings and souvenirs. From here, you’ll ride along the Vistula River to a small ferry, which will transport you to the opposite bank, where you’ll cycle to the nearby ruins of the 16th-century Janowiec Castle. After a short visit at your leisure, join your Trip Leaders for a picnic lunch on the castle’s lawn.

The afternoon is yours to experience the beautiful countryside by bike. If you prefer, return to the hotel to enjoy the pool and spa or to explore the charming streets of Kazimierz Dolny. Later, learn more about this quaint village and its history and folklore during a unique tour.

This evening, dinner is on your own. Among your options is a unique, Jewish-themed tavern that serves old-fashioned cooking with a kosher twist.

Hotel: Krol Kazimierz
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 17.3, 23.3 or 39.8 miles (28.2, 37.6 or 64.2 km)

This morning, shuttle south to the starting point of today’s ride. After a morning spin, you’ll stop for lunch at one of the most beautiful residences in Poland, a richly ornamented, late-Baroque palace built in the mid-18th century. After lunch, ride to your hotel, located just outside the 14th-century gates of Opatowska—entrance to the picturesque town of Sandomierz.

Sandomierz’ location on the banks of the Vistula River made it a prominent town on the medieval trade route that ran from the Middle East through southern Russia and Ukraine and on into central Europe. During an included walking tour, you’ll visit the underground merchant cellars beneath the town square. As your subterranean stroll comes to a close, your local guide will point out several restaurant options for dinner on your own. Afterward, your hotel is an easy stroll away.

Hotel: Hotel Sarmata
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 16.5 or 32.7 miles (26.6 or 52 km)

Set out today on a ride through the countryside—and discover why this region is often called the “Tuscany of Poland.” As you roll along country roads through fields and past orchards, you’ll be astonished by the variety of fruit: cherries, apples, pears, apricots, peaches and more grow in this fertile basin. Return to Sandomierz for lunch on your own and further exploration of this interesting medieval town. This afternoon, you may continue cycling these lovely roads, or relax at your hotel or at a café in town.

This evening, you’ll meet the family that owns your hotel for a cooking demonstration. Using fresh fruit from the orchards you passed today, they will demonstrate how to make a traditional dessert from an old family recipe. After dinner, sample a local favorite—Sandomierski mead, traditional mead that has been brewed only in this region of Poland for more than 1,000 years.

Hotel: Hotel Sarmata
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Daily Options: 17.1, 19.5, 28.5 or 30.9 miles (27.7, 31.4, 46 or 49.7 km)

This morning, you’ll shuttle to the beautiful Niepolomice Forest. Its name derives from the Old Polish word niepolomny, which meant “impassable,” but today you’ll ride lovely paved roads through this sylvan landscape. The forest consists of six nature reserves; the largest is home to the European bison.

After your easy ride, you’ll arrive in the lovely town of Niepolomice for lunch on your own and the option to visit the Niepolomice Royal Castle. Originally built in 14th-century Gothic style as a hunting lodge, it was later rebuilt in late Renaissance style. This afternoon, you may take a longer riding option from Niepolomice to your hotel, located in the town of Wieliczka.

This evening is yours to explore Wieliczka. Stroll through the beautiful town and its park, and enjoy dinner at one of the local restaurants on your own.

Hotel: Hotel Grand Sal
Meals: Breakfast
Daily Options: 14.5 or 25.2 miles (23.3 or 40.4 km)

After breakfast you will have a short shuttle to the starting point of today’s ride outside of Kraków. Your ride will once again follow the banks of the Vistula river, mostly on a lovely bike path. Your ride takes you past historical monuments of Poland such as the Wawel Royal Castle and the famous Monastery at “Skalka.” The morning ride will end in the shadows of the Tyniec Monastery situated on a limestone rock with a beautiful view of the river. After the morning ride you may shuttle to the hotel and enjoy an afternoon at leisure or if you prefer a longer riding option you may retrace your route back to the starting point of the morning’s ride and shuttle to the hotel.

This evening, you’ll descend into the Wieliczka Salt Mines for a private tour of the fascinating chambers and tunnels created over the centuries. The mine continuously produced salt from the 13th century until just recently and is one of the oldest salt mines in the world. It was placed on the original list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of the highlights of the tour will be the “Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland” where everything is carved from salt—including the chandeliers. During your tour, enjoy a Polish vodka tasting in one of the underground chambers.

In the evening, your small group gathers for a festive farewell dinner at the Hotel Grand Sal, where you’ll dine on the savory creations of the hotel’s renowned chef.

Hotel: Hotel Grand Sal
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Daily Options: 12 or 24 miles (18.6 or 37.2 km)

You’ll have a later start to your final morning. Enjoy the extra time to return to the Salt Mines and attend Mass in the underground cathedral, or simply relax before meeting the group to walk to Wieliczka’s bus stop and begin the short journey to Krakow. VBT’s guide will meet you in Krakow and escort you on a walking tour of the Old Town, followed by a horse-and-buggy ride to the Hotel Amadeus.

VBT provides City Information containing recommendations for cafés, restaurants, museums and transportation in Krakow. The rest of the day is free for you to explore Krakow.

Hotel: Hotel Amadeus
Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast* this morning, transfer to the Krakow airport (approximately 30 minutes) for your departing flight**.

*Please note: For guests with early-morning departures, breakfast at the hotel may not be available. Please check with the front desk to verify the times that breakfast is served.

**Please note: VBT recommends that you check your transfer time in your “Transfer Reminder.” VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport will be at your own expense.

Meals: Breakfast

Mon, Jul 15 to Sun, Jul 21 - 2019

Show Itinerary:

At 8:00 a.m., all guests meet the VBT representative at Warsaw’s Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw (address: Koscielna 12, 00-218 Warsaw; tel: +48 22 5316043) for the transfer to Pulawy (approximately 2.5 hours, including a stop on the way). Please be dressed in cycling clothes and ready for biking. If you are so delayed that you will miss the morning transfer, your transfer to the hotel in Kazimierz Dolny will be at your own expense. We suggest you take a train to Pulawy. Trains from Warsaw Central train station to Pulawy’s Miasto station operate every couple of hours and cost approximately 50 Polish zloty (about $19 USD). From Pulawy’s Miasto train station, take a taxi (approximately 30 minutes) to your hotel in Kazimierz Dolny. Cost of the taxi is approximately 65 Polish zloty (about $25 USD). If you are delayed for any reason, please contact the hotel in Kazimierz Dolny. The hotel staff will pass your message on to your VBT Trip Leaders.

Your Trip Leaders will hold a safety and bike-fitting session followed by an easy warm-up ride through some Polish “allotment gardens.” These allotment gardens are a reflection of Poland’s agrarian past and efforts to move rural labor into urban settings to meet the city residents’ basic needs. Polish allotment gardeners represent the largest land users in Poland. You’ll then join the bike path along the banks of the Vistula River. The Vistula was at one time connected to the Dnieper River, creating an important trade route known as the “Amber Road,” connecting the Black Sea to the Baltic. As you will see throughout your journey this week, the Polish people now use the Vistula River mostly for recreational purposes.

Afterward, you will shuttle to the nearby quaint riverside artist village of Kazimierz Dolny, where you can take time for a late lunch on your own.

Tonight, get to know your fellow travelers over a welcome cocktail, followed by dinner at the hotel.

Hotel: Krol Kazimierz
Meals: Dinner
Daily Options: 9 miles (14.5 km)

After breakfast this morning, walk with your Trip Leaders to the town square, where you’ll shop for today’s picnic at the weekly farmers’ market. You can choose from an array of fresh fruits and vegetables in season and browse numerous stalls of antiques, paintings and souvenirs. From here, you’ll ride along the Vistula River to a small ferry, which will transport you to the opposite bank, where you’ll cycle to the nearby ruins of the 16th-century Janowiec Castle. After a short visit at your leisure, join your Trip Leaders for a picnic lunch on the castle’s lawn.

The afternoon is yours to experience the beautiful countryside by bike. If you prefer, return to the hotel to enjoy the pool and spa or to explore the charming streets of Kazimierz Dolny. Later, learn more about this quaint village and its history and folklore during a unique tour.

This evening, dinner is on your own. Among your options is a unique, Jewish-themed tavern that serves old-fashioned cooking with a kosher twist.

Hotel: Krol Kazimierz
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 17.3, 23.3 or 39.8 miles (28.2, 37.6 or 64.2 km)

This morning, shuttle south to the starting point of today’s ride. After a morning spin, you’ll stop for lunch at one of the most beautiful residences in Poland, a richly ornamented, late-Baroque palace built in the mid-18th century. After lunch, ride to your hotel, located just outside the 14th-century gates of Opatowska—entrance to the picturesque town of Sandomierz.

Sandomierz’ location on the banks of the Vistula River made it a prominent town on the medieval trade route that ran from the Middle East through southern Russia and Ukraine and on into central Europe. During an included walking tour, you’ll visit the underground merchant cellars beneath the town square. As your subterranean stroll comes to a close, your local guide will point out several restaurant options for dinner on your own. Afterward, your hotel is an easy stroll away.

Hotel: Hotel Sarmata
Meals: Breakfast, Lunch
Daily Options: 16.5 or 32.7 miles (26.6 or 52 km)

Set out today on a ride through the countryside—and discover why this region is often called the “Tuscany of Poland.” As you roll along country roads through fields and past orchards, you’ll be astonished by the variety of fruit: cherries, apples, pears, apricots, peaches and more grow in this fertile basin. Return to Sandomierz for lunch on your own and further exploration of this interesting medieval town. This afternoon, you may continue cycling these lovely roads, or relax at your hotel or at a café in town.

This evening, you’ll meet the family that owns your hotel for a cooking demonstration. Using fresh fruit from the orchards you passed today, they will demonstrate how to make a traditional dessert from an old family recipe. After dinner, sample a local favorite—Sandomierski mead, traditional mead that has been brewed only in this region of Poland for more than 1,000 years.

Hotel: Hotel Sarmata
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Daily Options: 17.1, 19.5, 28.5 or 30.9 miles (27.7, 31.4, 46 or 49.7 km)

This morning, you’ll shuttle to the beautiful Niepolomice Forest. Its name derives from the Old Polish word niepolomny, which meant “impassable,” but today you’ll ride lovely paved roads through this sylvan landscape. The forest consists of six nature reserves; the largest is home to the European bison.

After your easy ride, you’ll arrive in the lovely town of Niepolomice for lunch on your own and the option to visit the Niepolomice Royal Castle. Originally built in 14th-century Gothic style as a hunting lodge, it was later rebuilt in late Renaissance style. This afternoon, you may take a longer riding option from Niepolomice to your hotel, located in the town of Wieliczka.

This evening is yours to explore Wieliczka. Stroll through the beautiful town and its park, and enjoy dinner at one of the local restaurants on your own.

Hotel: Hotel Grand Sal
Meals: Breakfast
Daily Options: 14.5 or 25.2 miles (23.3 or 40.4 km)

After breakfast you will have a short shuttle to the starting point of today’s ride outside of Kraków. Your ride will once again follow the banks of the Vistula river, mostly on a lovely bike path. Your ride takes you past historical monuments of Poland such as the Wawel Royal Castle and the famous Monastery at “Skalka.” The morning ride will end in the shadows of the Tyniec Monastery situated on a limestone rock with a beautiful view of the river. After the morning ride you may shuttle to the hotel and enjoy an afternoon at leisure or if you prefer a longer riding option you may retrace your route back to the starting point of the morning’s ride and shuttle to the hotel.

This evening, you’ll descend into the Wieliczka Salt Mines for a private tour of the fascinating chambers and tunnels created over the centuries. The mine continuously produced salt from the 13th century until just recently and is one of the oldest salt mines in the world. It was placed on the original list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites. One of the highlights of the tour will be the “Underground Salt Cathedral of Poland” where everything is carved from salt—including the chandeliers. During your tour, enjoy a Polish vodka tasting in one of the underground chambers.

In the evening, your small group gathers for a festive farewell dinner at the Hotel Grand Sal, where you’ll dine on the savory creations of the hotel’s renowned chef.

Hotel: Hotel Grand Sal
Meals: Breakfast, Dinner
Daily Options: 12 or 24 miles (18.6 or 37.2 km)

You’ll have a later start to your final morning. Enjoy the extra time to return to the Salt Mines and attend Mass in the underground cathedral, or simply relax before meeting the group to walk to Wieliczka’s bus stop and begin the short journey to Krakow. VBT’s guide will meet you in Krakow and escort you on a walking tour of the Old Town, followed by a horse-and-buggy ride to the Hotel Amadeus.

Your luggage will be waiting for you at the Hotel Amadeus in Krakow after your included walking tour. Your tour will end at approximately 1:00 p.m. at the hotel. You should not plan on flying out of Krakow any earlier than 3:30 p.m. Travel time to the airport from the Hotel Amadeus is approximately 30 minutes. Krakow’s main train station is a short 20-minute walk from the Hotel Amadeus or approximately 5 minutes by taxi.

Meals: Breakfast

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Pre-Trip Extension - Warsaw

2 Nights From $295 per person, double occupancy

  • 2 nights at the Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw
  • Daily breakfast
  • City Information
  • Airport transfers

Depart from home for Poland. The particulars of your arrival overseas are detailed with your flight itinerary.

Upon arrival at the Warsaw Airport, claim your luggage and clear customs. VBT’s local representative will meet you outside the customs area in your arrival terminal and will be holding a VBT sign. Your representative will help you transfer by private car or van to your hotel in Warsaw’s city center (approximately 30 minutes). The rest of the day is free for you to settle in and explore the city. Tonight, choose a local restaurant for dinner on your own.

Please note: If you arrive early, your hotel room may not be available until after 2:00 p.m. You may store your luggage with the reception desk. If you are traveling from the west coast, your arrival in Warsaw may not be until late in the evening.

Your hotel is conveniently located in Warsaw’s Old Town. Depending on your arrival time, you can stroll along the many cobblestone streets and explore the most beautiful part of the city.

VBT provides you with City Information that includes information and recommendations on what to see and do in Warsaw during your stay.

Hotel: Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw

Explore the charming streets of Warsaw independently today. Walk through the Old Town, which, despite its name and look, was rebuilt only in recent decades. Visit one of Warsaw’s world-renowned museums, including the National Museum, the largest in the country. Spend an afternoon at the lavish and imposing Royal Palace, former residence of Polish monarchs. Or perhaps you’ll stroll through the lovely Royal Laziernki Park with its impressive monument to composer Frederic Chopin. Tonight, dinner is on your own in Warsaw.

Hotel: Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw
Meals: Breakfast

Continue exploring Warsaw today. Dinner is on your own tonight.

VBT Air Package guests arrive throughout the day.

Hotel: Mamaison Hotel Le Regina Warsaw
Meals: Breakfast

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Post-Trip Extension - Krakow

2 Nights From $195 per person, double occupancy

  • 2 nights at the Hotel Amadeus
  • Daily breakfast
  • City Information
  • Airport transfers

Inhabited as early as the Old Stone Age, storied Krakow has centuries of history for you to discover. Its historic center, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, boasts Europe’s largest market square—located just steps away from your hotel—as well as magnificent residences, palaces and churches. Towering above it is the majestic Wawel Castle, a citadel complex that is well worth a visit. For a taste of the city’s more modern side, visit Kazimierz—the former Jewish ghetto that is today a thriving neighborhood of shops, galleries, restaurants and cafés.

Hotel: Hotel Amadeus
Meals: Breakfast

Continue your independent exploration of Krakow today. You’ll also find it easy to take a day trip, if you choose—for example, to the former concentration camp at Auschwitz-Birkenau.

Hotel: Hotel Amadeus
Meals: Breakfast

After breakfast this morning*, transfer to the Krakow airport (approximately 30 minutes) for your departing flight**.

*Please note: For guests with early-morning departures, breakfast at the hotel may not be available. Please check with the front desk to verify the times that breakfast is served.

**Please note: VBT recommends that you check your transfer time in your “Transfer Reminder.” VBT transfer times and departure points are finalized in advance and cannot be modified for individual guests. If you extend your stay beyond the scheduled program dates, return transportation to the airport will be at your own expense.

Meals: Breakfast

Reviews

Guest Reviews 64 out of 68 (94%) of reviewers recommend this tour

4.8 out of 5 stars.

Dates & Prices

Bike Vacation + Air Package

10 days, includes round-trip international airfare, airport shuttle, and additional hotel nights with included breakfast.

Single Supplement: $445

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Single Supplement: $295

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