About our Germany, Poland & Czech Republic tour
Our Germany, Poland and Czech Repluc tour is a great three country escorted motorhome tour experience.
We are taking you to some different places off the beaten track but also to some well known cities, towns and tourist attractions.
We hope this will be a relaxed tour with some cycling, walks, city/town exploring mixed with some good food and Eastern European beers!
The unmistakable experience of Auschwitz and all it means to civilisation to the Gingerbread Museum in Torun, there should be something for everyone.
We are fully aware of the Covid-19 Pandemic and have planned this to stay safe with locations that for the whole will allow you to do as much or as little as you choose.
We have tried to make this dog friendly for those looking to bring their pets.
ITINERARY / Route
Day 1 – 4
Arrive in Potsdam, Germany. There will be a welcome meeting late afternoon where you will have an opportunity to ask questions, socialise and receive your welcome pack. Potsdam is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is located on the outskirts of Berlin and next to the Havel River. Rich in history and charm the city is well worth a visit. The impressive Sanssouci Palace is a former royal relaxing retreat and was the summer residence of Frederick the Great. Welcome Drinks Included, Walking Tour to Potsdam, Group Meal at Campsite.
Day 4 – 6
Arrive at Mescherin (124 miles) on the Germany/Poland border. We have a cycle tour (30mins) to The Crooked Forest (Krzywy Las). The forest hosts over fifty unusually formed pine trees which were planted in the 1930s. Each crooked pine tree bends just above ground level and then curves back upright. It is unsure why the trees have grown this way. Cycling Tour to The Crooked Forest.
Day 6 – 9
Travel to Torun (210 miles) a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It has been said that Torun is one of the most beautiful, medieval cities in Europe. The town was not hit by any bombs during World War II. The town is famous for Gingerbread and baking dates back nearly a thousand years. Torun has a Gingerbread museum. The famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus was born in Torun and the house where he was born and the Chapel where he was christened are still standing in the city. Being near the Town Hall Tower at midday, you will be rewarded with a display of two billy goats (mechanical) emerging and butt horns 12 times! Great cafes, restaurants, shops and museums makes Torun a great place to visit. Group Lunch and Gingerbread Tour Included.
Day 9 – 14
Travel to Kraków (275 miles). Situated on the Vistula River, Kraków was the captial of Poland until 1596. The old town was the first ever UNESCO World Heritage Site. The 14th century St Marys Basilica with its stunning Gothic-style exterior, guilded interior and beautiful stained glass windows makes this a worthy visit. From here we will visit the notorious concentration camp of Auschwitz on a coach tour and an optional tour of the Wieliczka Salt Mine. Group Meal and excursion to Auschwitz Included.
Day 14 – 16
Travel to Olomouc in Czech Republic (165 miles). The campsite is situated by a river and is a 30min walk into the town. The old town is one of the most beautiful and best preserved in the country. The city hosts many water fountains and 6 are decorated in Baroque style each with a different mythical individual character. The oldest fountain dates back to 1623. One of the most beautiful towns in Czech Republic and a great place to sample good food and Czech beer! Group Meal and Walking Tour Included.
Day 16 – 20
Travel to Prague (180 miles). Prague is the 13th largest city in the EU and is known for its cobbled streets, preserved castles, Baroque and Gothic-style cathedrals, medieval squares and bridges. The Prague Astronomical Clock which is situated on the Old Town Hall is the oldest working clock in the world dating back to 1410. Close to the campsite (walkable) which is situated on the banks of the Vltava River, are botanical gardens and zoo all well worth a visit for a relaxing few hours. Group Meal and Walking Tour Included.
Day 20 – 22
Travel to Dresden (95 miles) for our last stop. Situated by the river Elbe the city of Dresden suffered almost complete destruction in WWII. This was followed by neglect by the Soviet regime after the war. Today Dresden is a stunning city to enjoy and very little of the destruction can be seen. After the bombing of WWII the ruins of the Frauenkirche church were saved and catalogued. When the church was rebuilt nearly 4000 of of the original stones were used. The church has a gold cross which was gifted by Great Britian as a gesture of international goodwill. Farwell Group Meal after a day in Dresden Included.
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Prices are based on a motorhome and up to two people. Supplement of £500 for each additional person. For more information, please see the brochure for this tour below.
- Up to six people travelling in their own motorhome.
- Accommodation on pre-booked campsites including electric hook-up and showers.
- Detailed travel pack to include full itinerary, map, campsite directions, routes (toll and non-toll as appropriate), GPS co-ordinates and our driving in Europe Checklist.
- Help and support in the event of problems while on tour.
- Full financial protection.
- Excursions where stated in the Itinerary.
- Meals where stated in the Itinerary.
WHAT’S NOT INCLUDED
- Personal expenditure, for example, fuel, tolls, vignettes, meals, upgrades, laundry, personal excursions, public transport or entrance fees. (Unless stated included).
- Where there are general road tolls.
- Personal travel insurance (compulsory).
- Vehicle breakdown cover (compulsory).
IMPORTANT BOOKING INFORMATION
- Payment of your deposit secures the booking on the tour.
- Please note we cannot take vehicles over 8 metres long without prior special arrangement.
- Pet Dog allowed on this tour (Check if more than one).
- No towed vehicles. Please check before booking.
- Please note that the deposit is non-refundable unless Motorhome Tours cancels.
- There are road toll charges on some motorways.
- Supplement for 8m+ motorhomes may apply, please check before booking.
- GB vehicle sticker is required if you don’t have GB on the number plate.
- Headlight adjustment stickers and road warning triangle.
- Green Zone Emission Sticker for Germany.
- Czech Republic Toll Sticker (Bought at border crossing or petrol stations locally).
- Local Currency required for Poland (Zloty) and Czech Republic (Czech Koruna)