Study tour for young lawyers

Krakow - Warsaw - Gdansk

DAY 4: Departure for Warsaw. Stop at Sulejów, the Cistercian Monastery complex from the 13th century, situated in a picturesque landscape park. Overnight in Warsaw.

DAY 5: City tour of Warsaw including  the Old Town with Market Square, Royal Castle and Royal Route. The Old Town, rebuilt after the World War II, is inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Visit to the Police Headquarters. Afternoon at leisure. Overnight in Warsaw.

DAY 6: Transfer to the Palace of Culture and Science for the panoramic view of Warsaw from the viewing terrace on the 30th floor. Visit to the Warsaw University, the Law and Administration Faculty for the meeting with students and professors. Visit to the Warsaw Rising Museum for the interactive tour. The Warsaw Uprising ended with the deaths of 180.000 citizens and 90% destruction of the city. Overnight in Warsaw.

DAY 7: Departure for Gdansk. Stop in Malbork to visit the Teutonic Order Castle and Fortress (UNESCO Heritage Site) – the largest in Europe. Overnight in Gdansk.

DAY 8: Morning tour of the Tricity: Gdansk-Sopot-Gdynia. In the afternoon, visit to a law firm followed by a meeting with a lawyer, a notary and a bailiff. Free time to explore the city on your own. Overnight in Gdansk.

DAY 9: A boat trip in the Gdansk Bay with a wonderful view of Gdansk Old Town. Stop at the Westerplatte – the place where the World War II began. In the afternoon, visit to the Law Faculty at Gdansk University and a lecture on the legal system in Poland. Farewell dinner at the local restaurant and overnight in Gdansk.

DAY 10: Departure transfer.

DAY 1: Arrival in Krakow. Transfer to the hotel. Short orientation tour. Welcome dinner at the local restaurant and overnight in Krakow.

DAY 2: Visit to a Prison in Krakow. In the afternoon meeting with Polish students and professors at the Jagiellonian University, Faculty of Law followed by a lecture on the criminal justice system in Poland. Overnight in Krakow.

DAY 3:  Walking tour of the Old Town (inscribed on the UNESCO Heritage List) including Market Square, Cloth Hall, St. Mary’s Church and a visit to Wawel Castle with Cathedral. In the afternoon drive to Auschwitz-Birkenau – a former Nazi concentration camp (UNESCO).Dinner and overnight in Krakow.