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Dear Partners

We would like to inform that 4th edition of IV Internatonal Congress of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimages, provided November 11-15, 2020 and post tour to Vilnius – Lithuania (November 15-18) will take place.

For the moment we have more than 200 application from participants, the epidemic situation is stable, so there is no reason to cancel the event. Only closed borders or direct prohibition on the part of Goverment can make the event cancelled. There is no predition that it can be real, so we suggest book in your calendar date 11-18 November and send me an email with reconfirmation your participations (we have reserved 100 rooms in hotel Plus Q**** for this event) or register here: With purchase of ticket flight we suggest wait untill the end of October.

Best regards, let’s hold on, we’ll be back to travel soon!


Dear Friends and Partners!

According TripAdvisor Cracow is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. Now is the best opportunity to visit and know our city - with no crowds, with full availablity of hotels and with the beautiful weather up to 25 degrees.

You don’t need collect a big group - we’ll arrage a trip for individuals and groups from 4 persons.

Hot news! We offer service GUIDE AND DRIVE - your guide can be also your driver. We have on our base certificated driver-guides who speak in your language. And as result we can offer you better price.

Please remember about our Congress-Fam Trip November 11, 2020

Greetings from Cracow



Good morning/Good afternoon Dear Friends!

Next year we will be celebrating 100th Anniversary of St. John Paul II’s birth.

Our agency - as specialist in both culture and pilgrimages tours - organizes a special programme: Following the footsetps of John Paul II.

I am sending you the programme which can be changed according to your dates, nr of people, nr of days. This programme is a draft.

As you might know we organize culture trips, pilgrimages, students trips, trekking, marathones, translations, transportation, hotels, restaurants and all the other tourism services in Poland, Czech Republic, Slovachia, Austria, Germany, Hungary, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Rusia and almost the whole Europe.

We also invite you to take advantes of our services during the IIIrd International Congress of Religious Tourism and Pilgrimages (ICoRTaP) - Buy Krakow - Buy Poland congress and fam trip in November 6-10, 2019,

100th Anniversary of St. John Paul II’s birth - MAY 2020


A pilgrimage that during 8 days will take you to many places related to the Saint John Paul II. The program includes the following places: Warsaw – the capital of Poland, Czestochowa – is the center for pilgrims from and outside of Poland, Auschwitz-BirkenauKrakow – the diocese of Monsignor Karol Wojtyla, Kazimierz – the former Jewish district in Krakow, Wieliczka – the Salt Mine, Lagiewniki – the Sanctuary of the Divine Mercy, Wadowice – the hometown of Pope John Paul II, Kalwaria ZebrzydowskaZakopane and Tatra Mountains – the mountain-loving Pope’s paradise.

16.5 Sat Arrival to Krakow
11.35 Arrival to Krakow by plane .... Meeting with the tour leader and the driver from Ernesto Travel and transfer by a private coach to the hotel in Krakow. Early check-in at the hotel (if possible). Hotel in Krakow ****.
13.00 Lunch in a restaurant or in the hotel.
14.30 Departure for Divine Mercy Shrine.
15.00 “Blessed are the merciful, for they will be shown mercy’’. Visiting Monastery in Lagiewniki. There is a Sanctuary of Divine Mercy where Saint Faustina Kowalska lived and died. This Monastery was proclaimed ’The center of Divine Mercy’ by The Pope John Paul II during his stay in Poland in 2002. On The Sunday of Divine Mercy (a week after Easter) thousands people arrive here to participate in The Mass and pray in the antique church where Saint Faustina Kowalska (founder of the cult of Divine Mercy) was buried.
16.00 Holy Mass.
17.00 Visiting the new sanctuary of John Paul II in Biale Morza, close to Lagiewniki shrine.
18.00 Visiting the former Jewish district – Kazimierz. This part of Krakow was the centre of the Jewish community’s religious and social life until the deportations during the German occupation.
20.00 Dinner in a restaurant or in the hotel.

17.5 Sun Krakow – Kalwaria Zebrzydowska – Wadowice – Krakow
8.00 Breakfast at the hotel.
8.30 Departure to Kalwaria Zebrzydowska.
10.00 Visiting the Bernardine Monastery complex in Kalwaria Zebrzydowska, the 3rd most famous sanctuary in Poland. The entire Mannerist complex (including the sanctuary and the park) is a World Heritage Site of UNESCO.
11.00 Transfer to Wadowice, where John Paul II was born in 1920.
12.00 Visiting the Pope’s home and the church where he was baptized. 
13.00 A mass in the Pope’s parish.
14.00 Lunch at a restaurant.
15.30 Transfer back to Wadowice main square.
17.00 CONCERT.
20.00 Return to Krakow.
21.00 Dinner in a restaurant or in the hotel.

18.5 Mon Krakow – the diocese of Monsignor Karol Wojtyla
8.00 Breakfast at the hotel.
9.00 Guided tour of Krakow. The Wawel Hill with the castle (from outside), its beautiful courtyard and the Cathedral (sightseeing inside). Romanesque, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture of the Old Town (Stare Miasto), the biggest medieval market square in Europe (Rynek Glowny), the Town Hall, Collegium Maius – an ancient building belonging to the Jagiellonian University, the Cloth Hall (Sukiennice), Saint Mary’s Church (Kosciol Mariacki – sightseeing inside) with the famous altar by Veit Stoss. A walk to the antique walls of the Old Town with Florianska Gate and the Barbican. The Archbishop’s Palace, where Karol Wojtyla lived as a cardinal and as Krakow’s archbishop. The Franciscan Church, where he prayed. His favourite pew is located there. Sightseeing Krakow’s Old Town and the Jagiellonian University, where Karol Wojtyla studied in 1938 - 1939 before World War II. Karol Wojtyla worked with students at Saint Florian’s Church school, situated at the Matejko Square. He travelled a lot with his students, who called him “their Uncle”. During sightseeing, there will be a multimedia presentation about the history of amber called “Polish Gold”. In 1978 Krakow was listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
13.30 Lunch at a restaurant in Krakow’s Old Town.
15.00 Departure for Wieliczka.
16.00 Guided tour of Wieliczka Salt Mine – one of the oldest salt mines in the world. This Salt Mine is famous for its long tourist tradition. There are many important people who visited the place: Mikolaj Kopernik, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Dmitrij Mendeleev, Boleslaw Prus, Ignacy Paderewski, Karol Wojtyla, etc. In the year 1978 Wieliczka Salt Mine was inscribed on The World Heritage List of The UNESCO.
19.00 Dinner at a traditional Polish restaurant in Wieliczka combined with a folk music concert. The last night in Krakow.
19.5 Tue Krakow – Dunajec – Debno Podhalanskie – Zakopane
8.00 Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out from the hotel in Krakow.
9.00 Departure by coach to Sromowce Wyzne.
11.00 Sailing on traditional wooden rafts down the Dunajec River, across the Pieninski National Park. Enjoying the beautiful view of the natural environment of the Pieniny Mountains.
13.30 Lunch at a restaurant in Szczawnica.
15.00 Transfer to Debno Podhalanskie. Sightseeing in the wooden Gothic church: one of the 6 wooden churches in southern Poland listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
17.00 A mass in Saint Michael the Archangel’s Church in Debno Podhalanskie.
18.00 Departure for the capital of the Polish Mountains – Zakopane – a town filled with beautiful and unique national-style wooden houses.
19.00 Arrival in Zakopane. Check-in at the hotel ****.
20.00 Dinner at the hotel or local restaurant. Overnight stay in Zakopane.

20.5 Wed Zakopane and Tatra Mountains – the mountain-loving Pope’s paradise
8.00 Breakfast at the hotel.
9.00 Sightseeing in Zakopane: Jaszczurowka, Peksowy Brzyzek, Villa Atma, Krzeptowki – Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima. The sanctuary was founded as a token of gratitude for saving the Pope’s life after the assassination attempt on 13th May, 1983. [There will be a mass in the sanctuary]. Visiting the Krupowki promenade with many souvenir shops. Free time.
13.00 Lunch at a traditional mountain restaurant.
15.00 Going up to top of the Gubalowka by cable railway. Enjoying an amazing view of the Tatra Mountains. Walking downhill through a passage. Return to Zakopane.
20.00 Dinner at an old-fashioned restaurant in Zakopane combined with a traditional mountain music concert.
22.00 Return to the hotel. The last night in Zakopane.
21.5 Thu Zakopane – Oswiecim (Museum Auschwitz-Birkenau) – Czestochowa
7.30 Breakfast at the hotel.Check-out from the hotel.
8.00 Departure for the Auschwitz-Birkenau Museum (in Oswiecim).
11.00 Guided tour of the area of the Former German Nazi Concentration and Extermination Camp (1940-1945) Auschwitz-Birkenau. The camp was established by Germans in 1940, in the suburbs of Oswiecim, a Polish city that was annexed to the Third Reich by the Nazis. Its name was changed to Auschwitz, which also became the name of Konzentrationslager Auschwitz. Today there is a museum on the territory of the camp, the place is a World Heritage Site of The UNESCO. The visit includes the Auschwitz I and Auschwitz II-Birkenau camps.
14.00 Lunch at a restaurant in Oswiecim.
15.00 Departure for Czestochowa.
17.00 Guided tour of the most important pilgrimage place in Poland – the Jasna Gora Monastery in Czestochowa with the miraculous icon of the Virgin Mary called the Black Madonna.
19.00 A mass in Sanctuary.
20.30 Check-in at the hotel. Dinner. Overnight stay in Czestochowa. Hotel Mercure ***+.
22.5 Fri Czestochowa – Lichen – Warsaw
8.00 Breakfast at the hotel.
9.00 Departure for Lichen.
13.00 Lunch at a restaurant in Lichen.
14.00 Sightseeing of the shrine in Lichen.
15.00 Holy Mass or a celebration in Lichen and free time.
18.00 Departure to Warsaw.
20.00 Check in the hotel in Warsaw, hotel Sheraton *****.
21.00 Dinner in a restaurant.

23.5 Sat Warsaw – the capital city of Poland
8.00 Breakfast at the hotel. Check-out.
9.00 Guided tour of Warsaw: Park Łazienkowski (Royal Baths Park) with the Frederic Chopin monument, the territory of the former Warsaw Ghetto, Umschlagplatz (thousands of the Jews were deported from there to the concentration camps), the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Palace of Culture and Science, Krakowskie Przedmiescie Street, the Old Town (listed as a World Heritage site by UNESCO), St. John’s Cathedral. The Old Town was completely destroyed during World War II and reconstructed thanks to the commitment of the Polish nation.
13.00 Lunch.
15.00 Visiting Saint Stanislaw Kostka’s Church. It’s the burial site of Father Jerzy Popieluszko, who was kidnapped and brutally murdered by communist militia officers in 1984. (There will be a mass to attend there). The theme of this part of the journey is: ’The Church during Communism’. Leisure.
19.00 Dinner.
20.00 Departure to the airport and check-in for the flight Lot ...
Group of min. 20 payants Price per 1 person in a double or a twin room: 1000 eur
Group of min. 25 payants Price per 1 person in a double or a twin room: 950 eur
Group of min. 30 payants Price per 1 person in a double or a twin room: 900 eur
Group of min. 35 payants Price per 1 person in a double or a twin room: 870 eur
Group of min. 40 payants Price per 1 person in a double or a twin room: 845 eur
Group of min. 45 payants Price per 1 person in a double or a twin room: 830 eur
Group of min. 50 payants Price per 1 person in a double or a twin room: 820 eur

Single room supplement: 280 eur.

1 free person in a double/twin room each 20 payants (e.g.: 20 payants + 1 free; 40 payants + 2 frees).
    Services provided by Ernesto Travel:
  1. Hotels as in the programme.
  2. A tour leader for the whole tour.
  3. Full board: all breakfasts, lunches and dinners according to the programme.
  4. English speaking guides for all sightseeing visits according to the programme:
    • 16th: local English speaking guide for the visit of Lagiewniki and Kazimierz, no paid entrances;
    • visits ot Lagiewniki, Biale Morza, Kalwaria and Zakopane with a tour-leader (free entrances);
    • local English speaking guide for the visit of Wadowice (entrance tickets included);
    • local English speaking guide for the visit of Krakow with entrances to: the Cathedral Church in Krakow, Saint Mary’s Church (Kosciol Mariacki);
    • local English speaking guide for the visit of Wieliczka with entrances the Salt Mine;
    • tickets for sailing on wooden rafts;
    • tickets for cable railway in Zakopane to Gubalowka mountain;
    • local English speaking guide for the visit of Auschwitz (free entrance; obligatory headphones included);
    • local English speaking guide for the visit of Czestochowa (free entrance);
    • local English speaking guide for the visit of Lichen (free entrance);
    • local English speaking guide 4h for the visit of Warsaw (no entrance tickets are included).
  5. High quality transport service in a new coach.
    The price does not include:
  1. Flight tickets.
  2. Tips and pocket money.
  3. Luggage service.
  4. Health insurance and travel insurance.
  5. Anything not specified in the above section “Services provided by Ernesto Travel”.



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