Travel from russia to poland

EL MUNDO reports from the border of Ukraine and Poland.


Meals and visits are in addition to those indicated in the itinerary. In this version the program offers a total of 27 meals for itinerary ST5287 and 26 meals for itinerary ST5288 in total and the following visits:

Arrival in Krakow and transfer to the hotel. Rest of the day at leisure for a first contact with this beautiful city, the heart of Poland’s artistic and intellectual life and which due to its impressive artistic wealth was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Dinner and overnight.

Breakfast. Panoramic tour: the University, the 13th century Market Square, where the Gothic Town Hall is located, the Sand Island and the Cathedral Island. Free time at leisure. Lunch and continuation to Poznan, cradle of the Polish nation, being in the past the capital of the state and the residence of the Polish monarchs. Free time to visit the old town with the market square and the tower of the Town Hall the memorial of the Spring ’56; the magnificent church of the Jesuits,; the exterior of the Cathedral of St. John on the island of Ostrów Tumski, where the State of Poland was born, etc.. Dinner and overnight.


Belarus is a young state on the modern map of Europe. However, the history of the country begins many centuries ago. Today, as many centuries ago, Belarus is very happy to greet guests from all over the world on its land.

In Belarus the culture and traditions of Western and Eastern Europe are uniquely intertwined. Representatives of various religions and nationalities live together in the country.

Belarus has passed a long and difficult path of its historical development. The first cities – principalities on the territory of modern Belarus began to appear in the IX century of the Christian era. The most powerful principalities at the beginning of the second millennium were the Polotsk and Turov principalities. Architectural monuments of that period have been preserved to this day: the Cathedral of St. Sophia in Polotsk (11th century), the Church of Boris and Gleb (Kolozh) in Grodno (12th century).

Today Belarus is an intensively developed European country open to the whole world. The Belarusian people know and want to receive visitors. Here you will be welcomed with hospitality, sincerity and enthusiasm.

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Panoramic tour of the city center with the Palace Square, St. Isaac’s Square and its cathedral as well as its main avenues and the Fortress of St. Peter and Paul. We will continue our visit with the Hermitage Museum. Overnight.

Panoramic tour of the city that will show us the main monuments and qualities of the city, especially those located around the Royal Route, City Hall and the various tributes to recent events of the Second World War as the Jewish ghetto. Free afternoon for optional visits: Royal Castle, Wilanow Palace or an excursion to the neighboring Zelazowa Wola, a museum dedicated to Chopin in the farm that was the residence of his family. Overnight.

Panoramic tour with the Powder Tower, St. Wen ceslao Square, the Old Town Square, the Town Hall with its tower and the famous astronomical clock, Jewish quarter and Charles Bridge. Free afternoon. Overnight.

Breakfast. Departure to Bratislava, arrival and orientation tour. Continuation to Vienna, arrival and panoramic tour along the Ring Avenue with the Opera, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Parliament, the City Hall, the University, the Stock Exchange, the Votive Church, Belvedere Palace, etc.. also passing through the Prater to take a picture of its famous Ferris wheel. The visit ends with a walk through the historic pedestrian center of Vienna that will take us to St. Stephen’s Cathedral. Lodging.

Poland denies entry to Russian Night Wolves bikers

The UK government also advised against all travel to Ukraine, explaining that “trade routes out of Ukraine are likely to be severely disrupted and roads through Ukraine closed.”

The European Union’s Aviation Safety Agency said “operators should exercise extreme caution” and avoid using airspace within 100 nautical miles of the Russia-Ukraine border.

“We have customers traveling in late March and into April in Poland, but that’s more than a month. It’s impossible to say now how this will evolve. We are basically in wait-and-see mode,” Kozlowski said via email.

“IATA is helping to facilitate the and timely exchange of information with airlines from government and non-government sources to support airlines as they plan their operations around the airspace closure in Ukraine and parts of Russia.”

In response, on February 25, Russia’s Federal Air Transport Agency, Rosaviatsia, imposed a ban on UK-registered flights, as well as aircraft owned, leased or operated by a person associated with the UK, from transiting Russian airspace.

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