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Eurobound is offering a new Poland tour

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Eurobound is debuting a seven-night independent tour of Poland in response to growing demand for the country. 

The tour features four nights in Krakow and three nights in Warsaw, four-star hotel accommodations with breakfast, first-class rail travel with transfers between both cities, all private touring with English-speaking guides and a private cooking class. 

The tour is priced at $3,395, double.

Highlights in Krakow include visits to the Wieliczka Salt Mines, a 700-plus-year-old Unesco World Heritage site, a half-day walking tour of the Old Town and Main Market Square and Wawel Royal Castle.

The tour also includes a full-day guided tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp, now a museum and memorial and also on Unesco’s World Heritage list. 

In Warsaw, there is a private communism tour in a classic Nysa 522 minivan and featuring buildings constructed during the period; a residential district designed to fit communist ideology; and the Life Under Communism Museum, including a reconstructed communist cafe.

The Poland tour also focuses on folklore and local cuisine, including pierogi dumplings and vodka tasting.

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