Sample Itinerary: 8 Days | 6 nights

Day 1 – USA / WARSAW

The journey to Poland begins by boarding an international flight across the Atlantic to Warsaw, the capital and largest city in Poland. Meals and snacks will be served on the plane.

Day 2 – WARSAW 

Upon arrival in Warsaw, you will be greeted by the friendly Perform International representatives who will escort you to your hotel. You will begin your time in Poland with a panoramic tour of Warsaw. Among the sites you may see are some of Warsaw’s more than 30 theatres, numerous musical venues and the Congress Hall in the Palace of Culture and Science. You may also get to see the Ostrogski Castle that houses the Chopin Museum. Overnight in Warsaw.

Day 3 – WARSAW

On your second day in Warsaw you will enjoy a half-day city tour that will include the Royal Palace and the Chopin Monument. The Royal Palace is the official residence of the Polish monarchs. It is at the entrance to Old Town in Castle Square. The castle was rebuilt after the devastation of World War II. The castle also serves as a museum and location of state visits. The bronze Chopin Monument is located in Royal Baths Park. In the evening your group will perform a concert. Overnight in Warsaw.


On this day you will travel to Krakow with a stop at the Auschwitz Concentration Camp. Auschwitz is a network of concentration camps build by the Third Reich during World War II. The largest of all concentration camps, Auschwitz was responsible for over 3 million deaths during World War II. Today, visitors can explore a museum on the grounds. From Auschwitz you will travel on to Krakow, one of the leading centers of Polish cultural and artistic life. Overnight in Krakow.

Day 5 – KRAKOW

On your first morning in Krakow you will enjoy a half-day city tour. Krakow is considered to be a showcase of many historical styles of architecture. Among the sites you may see are the historic Old Town, Kazimierz and the Royal Road, the coronation route followed by the Kings of Poland. You will get to visit Wawel Cathedral, a Roman Catholic church on Wawel Hill. The Cathedral is more than 900 years old and is the site of the coronation of Polish monarchs. The crypts beneath the Cathedral hold the tombs of great rulers and notable Polish citizens. In the evening, your group will perform a concert. Overnight in Krakow.


A journey to Prague in the Czech Republic is planned for this morning. Prague is a city rich in European history and culture. You will enjoy a traditional Czech dinner at one of Prague’s wonderful restaurants. Overnight in Prague.

Day 7 – PRAGUE

Following breakfast, you will have a guided tour of Prague. You will visit Prague Castle, the largest ancient castle in the world. Originally housing the offices of heads of state, today it is home to several museums, including the National Gallery collection of Bohemian baroque and mannerism art, exhibition dedicated to Czech history, the Toy Museum and the picture gallery of Prague Castle. While in the Castle, you will also visit St. Vitus Basilica. It is the largest church in the country and is an excellent example of Gothic architecture. In the evening, your group will perform in concert. Overnight in Prague.


After breakfast you will go to the airport to begin your journey back to the USA. You will take with you lifelong memories of exploring and performing in Europe, sharing your own culture and encountering the rich artistic cultures of these beautiful countries.

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