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Pilgrimage of the Divine Mercy

8 days / 7 nights

Kraków - Divine Mercy Sanctuary

Day 1  Cracow

Krakow - Main Market Square (Rynek)

Meeting your guide at the Balice Airport and transfer to the hotel.
Check-in and time to relax.
Short orientation walk through the Market Square.
Welcome dinner at a local restaurant.

D/O Cracow

Day 2  Cracow

Kraków - Divine Mercy Sanctuary

Morning: sightseeing tour including the Main Market Square with the Cloth Hall, St. Mary's Church and Wawel Cathedral with Royal tombs.
Afternoon: visit to the Congregation of Sisters of the Divine Mother of Mercy in Lagiewniki, where there is the tomb of Sister Faustina, she also worked and died there.
Private function of Holy Mass.

D/O Cracow

Day 3  Cracow - Wieliczka - Cracow

Wieliczka - Salt Mine

Morning: visit to the famous Salt Mine in Wieliczka, one of the oldest salt mines listed by UNESCO as a World Heritage Monument.
Afternoon - time at leisure.

D/O Cracow

Day 4  Cracow - Kalwaria Z. - Wadowice - Oswiecim - Czestochowa

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska - Franciscan Monastery
Auschwitz - Birkenau Museum

After breakfast full day excursion of unique and unforgettable experience. It starts in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska where there is a Bernadine Monastery, place where in the 1658 the picture of the Mother of God with an Infant was recognised as Famous for miracles. South of the monastery there is the famous Calvary that imitates the topography of Jerusalem. There is a number of chapels, shrines and bridges, altogether over 40 structures built along the paths. Next continue to Wadowice - the birthplace of the Pope John Paul II, visit to the Pope's house, which is now a museum. Then continue to Auschwitz - former Nazi concentration camp, now preserved as a museum. Arrival to Czestochowa for dinner.

Optional: evening walk to the Monastery.

D/O Czestochowa

Day 5  Czestochowa - Swinice Warckie - Glogowiec - Warsaw

Czestochowa - Black Madonna Icon

Czestochowa is the most important pilgrimage centre in Poland and it receives thousands of visitors every year. Sightseeing of the majestic complex of the Basilica, Treasure House and the Chapel of the Black Madonna with the famous Icon of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Holy Mass. Departure to Warsaw En route visit to places connected with life of Sister Faustina Kowalska: to Swinice Warckie where she was baptised and Glogowiec - her birthplace.
Arrival to Warsaw at late afternoon.
Check - in, dinner at the hotel.

D/O Warsaw

Day 6  Warsaw

Warszawa - Royal Castle

Morning : sightseeing tour of Warsaw including the picturesque Old Town, the Cathedral, and the Royal Route includind visit to the house of the Congregation of the Divine Mother of Mercy on Zytnia Street.
Afternoon - time at leisure for shopping etc.

D/O Warsaw

Day 7  Warsaw - Niepokalanow - Plock - Warsaw


After breakfast departure for Niepokalanow. Visit to St. Maximilian Kolbe, who was brutally murdered in Auschwitz concentration camp. Holy Mass in Niepokalanow.
Afternoon: drive to Plock to visit the cathedral church from 12th century, the Benedictine Abbey dated to 10th century, and the house of the Congregation in Plock. It is where Faustina Kowalska worked and where she received the first message from Jesus of Mercy in 1931.
Return to hotel for dinner.

D/O Warsaw

Day 8  Warsaw

Early breakfast, check - out and coach transfer to Warsaw Airport.

End of the services.

  • Dear Tadeusz:

    Thank you for this good news and for the wonderful work you did in behalf of myself and my group! It has been a pleasure to work with you and get to know you. With the grace of God there will be many more pilgrimages to Poland through my office.

    Have a blessed day!


    A.B. - USA

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