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7-day/6-night custom-designed, intimate cooking vacation in Poland's Lower Silesia region, one of the most diverse and picturesque areas of Poland.

Elegant and comfortable accommodations in the beautiful 16th-century Zamek na Skale castle in the Polish countryside and at Tumski hotel in the city of Wroclaw.

Visits to local markets; opportunities to learn crafts from local artists.

Hands-on and demonstration-style cooking lessons throughout the week.

Delicious regional cuisine: freshly made meals and bread, plus beer and vodka tastings.

Visits to agrotourist farms: legendary hospitality and the chance to experience life in the Polish countryside.

Motor excursions into famous cities and towns to see renowned art and architecture, including buildings which are on the UNESCO World Heritage List, plus many more cultural discoveries.

The option to extend your time in Wroclaw and further explore this lovely city, dubbed "The Venice of Poland".

Wroclaw, Lower Silesia region of Poland.

Typical Day

After breakfast, we enter into the rhythm of day-to-day life in Wroclaw by shopping for ingredients at Hala Targowa, a historic indoor fresh food market. The head chef from the Mill Inn restaurant joins us, guiding our produce selections and then teaching our cooking class. During this demonstration-style cooking class, the world- renowned comfort food bigos, Hunter's Stew, an old traditional Polish recipe, is our final epicurean adventure. After lunch, we may visit Panorama Raclawicka and later take a lazy boat ride on Odra river to get another view of Wroclaw and its stunning architectural beauty. There's time to shop for gifts at the Cepelia store. Choose from both decorative and pragmatic Polish handicrafts for loved ones back home, and don't forget something for yourself! Our Farewell Dinner will be at Karczma Lwowska restaurant, serving old Polish specialties from the eastern borderlands, and located in the heart of Wroclaw's Market Square. There's live entertainment, too!

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Age range, type of group

Family, couples, singles, seniors all welcomed!

Polish sausage

Sleeping and meals

Palaces, castles, two - four star hotels. Meals in agrotourist farms and fine restaurants.

Warsaw Old Town

Other Information

Email us or visit Poland Culinary Vacations website for detailed itinerary and available tour dates.

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USD $240 per trip

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