Warsaw & Kraków, Air, Rail, 6 Nights, From $889
See two sides of Poland: the rebuilt postwar capital and the charming city on the banks of the Vistula River.
The Real Deal Multi-city airfare (the U.S. to Warsaw, Kraków to the U.S.) on Lufthansa, three nights in Warsaw at the Hotel Aramis, three nights in Kraków at the Chopin Hotel, rail transfers from Warsaw to Kraków on InterCity, breakfast daily, fuel surcharges, and all taxes and fees, from $889 per person.
When Nov. 1–Dec. 31, 2011 ($889)
Gateways New York City ($889); add from $104 for Boston; from $125 for Washingon, D.C.; from $192 for Houston; from $204 for Atlanta; from $217 for Miami; from $241 for Seattle; from $244 for Phoenix; from $260 for L.A.; from $264 for San Francisco; additional gateways available.
The Fine Print Includes all taxes and fees. Based on double occupancy; the single supplement is $125. Based on a December 8 departure date; rates for other dates may fluctuate slightly. Read these guidelines before you book any Real Deal.
Book By No deadline; based on availability.
Contact European Destinations, 877/267-2247, europeandestinations.com.
Why It's a Deal In a recent Kayak search, we found a multi-city flight (New York City to Warsaw, Kraków to New York City) in early December for $739 (multiple airlines). An InterCity train ticket costs about $39 per person. For $111 more, this package covers the airfare and train ticket, plus six nights' accommodations, six breakfasts, and all taxes and fees.
More An additional 55 hotel options are available in Warsaw and an additional 20 are available in Kraków; rates and availability vary by travel and booking dates. Extend your stay at Warsaw's Aramis for an additional $51 per person per night or at Kraków's Chopin for an additional $56 per person per night, based on double occupancy.
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