Arrival to Poland, to the airport in Bydgoszcz. Transfer for a dinner and accommodation to a hotel in Bydgoszcz.
Breakfast. Bydgoszcz sightseeing with a local guide: the Old Town, the Opera, locks on Bydgoszcz Canal, Mill Island. Visiting the Cathedral of Saint Martin and Saint Nicolas where there are 2 images of the Virgin Mary which are revered and crowned. Visiting Basilica of Saint Vincent de Paul, which was modeled on the Roman Pantheon. Then a walk along city centre streets where we can admire secession buildings. Lunch in a restaurant. In the afternoon visiting Exploseum with underground route. This is the museum which presents one of the largest military enterprises for The Third Reich, built on occupied Polish territory. Return to a hotel for a dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast. Travel to Toruń. Meeting with a local guide and sightseeing the city which is listed on UNESCO World Heritage List. We will see: the house where Nicolaus Copernicus was born, the Leaning Tower, St. Johns' Cathedral, St. Mary's Church, Copernicus Monument, Artus' Court and Teutonic Castle Ruins. Lunch in a restaurant. Then visiting planetarium. We will see multimedia show presenting history of the Universe or important moments in history of its conquest. After that free time for buying souvenirs and famous gingerbread cookies. Visiting the church of the Virgin Mary Star of the New Evangelization and St. John Paul II. The sanctuary was built as a gratitude for pontificate of St. John Paul II. Transfer to a hotel in Toruń for a dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast. Travel to Gdańsk. Sightseeing the most significant monuments of the city with a local guide: Długi Targ Street, the Neptune Fountain, Main Town Hall, Artus’ Court. Visiting the Basilica of the Blessed Virgin Mary – the largest brick Medieval church in the world. Lunch in a restaurant. Then a cruise to Westerplatte – we will see the place where the Second World War began. Transfer to a hotel in Gdańsk for a dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast. Transfer to Sopot: a walk along Monte Cassino Street and a visit on the largest pier in Europe. Free time. Lunch in a restaurant. Then transfer to Malbork. Sightseeing with a local guide Teutonic gothic castle built in 1274-1457, which is said to be the largest fortress of Medieval Europe and the example of Medieval defensive architecture, listed on UNESCO World Heritage List. Transfer to a hotel in Bydgoszcz for a dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast. Transfer to Licheń, where there is Sanctuary of Our Lady the Queen of Poland. Visiting the sanctuary with a local guide: Basilica, St. Dorothy’s Church, The Golgotha. Holy Mass. Lunch in a restaurant. In the afternoon transfer to Gniezno – the first capital of Poland. Visiting the Gniezno Cathedral which was the place of Polish kings’ coronations. There are St. Wojciech’s relics and famous Gniezno door which presents episodes from St. Wojciech’s life. Transfer to a hotel in Poznań for a dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast. Poznań sightseeing with a local guide. Visiting Cathedral Basilica of Saint Peter and Saint Paul, located on the island of Ostrów Tumski. This is one of the oldest Polish churches and the place of first Polish kings’ burial. Then city centre sightseeing: Old Town with a Main Town Hall, Collegiate Church, Przemysław Hill. Lunch in a restaurant. Free time. Transfer to a hotel in Bydgoszcz for a dinner and accommodation.
Breakfast. Transfer to the airport in Bydgoszcz. Departure to Rome. The end of pilgrimage.