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YOUR TRIP INCLUDES:
Round Trip Airfare
          *Depart from your local airport
          
*You may book without airfare (land only option)
All Airport Taxes, Security Fees, and Fuel Surcharges
Flights from Rome, Italy to Warsaw, Poland
11 Nights at Centrally located First Class Hotels: (or similar)
         ~ 4 nights, April 25 - 29: Hotel Cicerone, Rome
         ~ 2 nights, April 29 - May 1: Sofitel Victoria, Warsaw
         ~ 1 night, May 1 - 2:  Mercure Czestochowa Centrum, Czestochowa
         ~ 1 night, May 2 - 3: Mercure Zakopane Kasprowy, Zakopane
         ~ 3 nights, May 3 - 6: Andels, Krakow
Transfers as per itinerary
Breakfast and Dinner daily
Wine with dinners
Transportation by air-conditioned motor coach
Assistance of a professional local guide Throughout
Sightseeing and admissions fees as per itinerary
Catholic Priest available for Spiritual Direction
Mass daily & Spiritual activities
Luggage handling (1 piece per person)       

† Flight bag & portfolio of all travel documents


Not Included:
Travel Insurance (www.206tours.com/insurance), Extended Cancellation Protection Plan @ $299 (www.206tours.com/cancellationprotection), Tips to your guide & driver, Items of personal nature
.


Sample Day-by-Day Itinerary:

Day 1, April 24: Depart USA - Italy
Depart for your overnight flights to Rome. Dinner and breakfast will be served on board.

 

Day 2, April 25: Arrival in Rome
Upon arrival in Rome Airport you will find your luggage and exit the baggage claim into the arrivals hall where you will be greeted by your tour escort and/or driver. After a warm welcome to Italy, you will be escorted to your transportation to your hotel. Enjoy a free afternoon for rest, relaxation, or exploration. Your tour escort can suggest sights or walks for you to enjoy. Tonight we will enjoy a delicious Italian dinner!

 

Day 3, April 26: Full Day of touring Christian Rome
Following breakfast, we will depart for a sightseeing tour entitled "Christian Rome" which includes: the Basilica of St. Mary Major, the most important and the oldest church dedicated to Our Lady. St. Mary Major contains a relic from the manger of the infant Jesus. Next, the Basilica of St. John the Lateran, the Pope’s cathedral church where relics of both Peter and Paul remain under the main altar. It was here that Pope Francis was formally installed one year ago as Bishop of Rome. Next we cross the street to see the Holy Staircase which is believed to be a staircase from Pilate’s palace in Jerusalem and brought to Rome by St. Helen in the 4th century. Time permitting we may climb the steps on our knees in memory of Christ’s Passion. Stop for lunch, and then we will continue on to visit St Paul. Outside the Walls, here we celebrate Mass. Continue our tour via the Appian Way -- the oldest road from Roman times--plus the famous Domino Quo Vadis Chapel; see the ancient Baths of Caracalla, Arch of Drusus; Tomb of Celilia Metella, and the catacombs of St Callixtus where the early Christians hid themselves to escape persecution. We will conclude the day by visiting the famous, Trevi Fountain. Built in the 15th Century to mark the ending destination of the Aqua Virgo (a manmade channel erected in 19 B.C. to bring fresh water to Roman bathhouses.) The water comes from the Salone Springs, eight miles outside of the city. Legend has it, by tossing a coin into the fountain, it will guarantee a return trip to Rome. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 4, April 27: St. Peter’s Square Canonization Ceremony of Blessed Pope John Paul II & John XXIII
Very early morning departure to Vatican City. It is with great joy and anticipation that we head over to Saint Peter’s Square this Divine Mercy Sunday morning for the Canonization of John Paul II & John XXIII. We will walk to Vatican City to attend Holy Mass and the Canonization Ceremony celebrated by his Holiness Pope Francis. Dinner and overnight in Rome.

 

Day 5, April 28: St. Peter’s Square – Mass of Thanksgiving
This morning we will walk to St Peter’s Square for the Celebratory Mass. Balance of day at leisure. Tonight you will enjoy a special " 206 Tours " dinner. Overnight in Rome.

 

Day 6, April 29: Rome - Poland
After breakfast, bid farewell to Rome with memories that will last a lifetime. We will be transferred to Rome Airport for our flights to Poland. Upon arrival in Warsaw Airport you will find your luggage and exit the baggage claim into the arrivals hall where you will be greeted by your tour escort and/or driver. After a warm welcome to Poland, you will be escorted to your transportation. We begin our pilgrimage with Mass at St. James Church, where St. Faustina went when she arrived in Warsaw. This evening enjoy welcome dinner and a show at a local restaurant.

 

Day 7, April 30: Warsaw
After breakfast, we visit all the landmarks of Warsaw: Old Town, Market Square, the Barbican, the Warsaw Ghetto monument, Lazienki Park, the Chopin statue, and the magnificently restored Royal Castle. We will visit and celebrate Mass at 39 Zytnia Street where Faustina entered the convent before returning to our hotel for dinner and a restful overnight.

 

Day 8, May 1: Warsaw - Niepokalanow - Swinice Warckie Czestochowa
After breakfast, we travel to Niepokalanow where we will see a Franciscan Monastery founded by St. Maximillian Kolbe. We continue to Swince Warckie to visit the parish church St. Casimir where St. Faustina was baptized Helen Kowalska. We arrive in Czestochowa, the home of the greatest pilgrimage shrine in Poland - Our Lady of Czestochowa. We enjoy dinner at our hotel before retiring for the evening.

 

Day 9, May 2: Czestochowa - Zakopane
We begin our day with Mass at Jasna Gora Monastery where the picture of the Black Madonna is located. We will have time to explore this most important places of religious worship. The tradition of pilgrimage to the monestary that goes back to the 14th-century and Pope John Paul II frequently visited throughout his life. We will have time to venerate the priceless treasures contained within, including the Miraculous Icon. We continue on to Zakopane. Dinner and overnight.

 

Day 10, May 3: Day 6 - Zakopane - Krakow
This morning we will visit the Jaszczorowka Chapel in Zakopane which has been visited several times by young Karol Wojtyla (Blessed Pope John Paul II), as it lies on the walking paths where he often finished his walks for prayer and reflection. We then make our way to the colorful Krupowki Street for some last minute shopping in the local bazaar. We will stop at the amazing Wieliczka Salt Mines on our way to Krakow. We arrive in Krakow in time for dinner, after which you may enjoy a short stroll in the old city before retiring for the evening.

 

Day 11, May 4 - Krakow - Auschwitz - Krakow
After breakfast, we explore Krakow's Market Square and hear the silver trumpet of the bugler from St. Mary's Tower. The surroundings of the square have remained unchanged for almost 700 years and contain buildings of historic value such as the Town Hall Tower, the Cloth Hall and the burgher's houses. We will tour the Cathedral, Coronation Chapel and the Royal Chambers where a superb collection of Arras tapestries are on display. We visit the Cathedral where we may pray before the extraordinary Wit Stwosz altar. In the afternoon we will visit Auschwitz, the notorious Nazi concentration camp where unspeakable atrocities occurred. We will see the cell that imprisoned St. Maximillian Kolbe and the Martyrdom Museum recalling the horrors of the Holocaust. We return to our hotel for dinner and overnight.

 

Day 12, May 5: Krakow – Divine Mercy - Lagiewniki - Krakow
After breakfast, we depart for our day's excursion to Lagiewniki, the capital of the Divine Mercy. It was here that the message of the Divine Mercy originated, which Christ Himself wished to pass on to our generation through the mediation of St. Faustina. The Sanctuary houses graceworking image of the Merciful Jesus and the relics of St. Faustina. As we visit the Shrine of Divine Mercy we will see St. Faustina's convent chapel and her Tomb. We visit the newly constructed Shrine of Divinity dedicated by Pope John Paul II on his last visit to Poland in 2002. We celebrate Mass at the Shrine before we visit the new center "Have no Fear" where we pray by the relic of Blessed Pope John Paul II. We have time to pray and reflect before returning to our hotel for dinner.

Day 13, May 6: Krakow - USA
We leave Krakow for the return flights home to USA. Bid your new friends farewell as you reminisce about everything you have experienced during your trip!




DATES SELECT AIRPORT  REGISTER
 Apr 24, 2014 - May 6, 2014
With Airfare (select airport)
Land Only (no airfare)
$3,299      

Pilgrimage Upgrades:  
Private Room $1,098
Business Class Trans-Atlantic Upgrade (one-way) $1,750
Business Class Trans-Atlantic Upgrade (round trip) $3,500
First Class available upon request
Children's discounts for children under 12 upon request

 



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Pope John Paul II, St. Peters Square
The Blessed John Paul II, St. Peters Square, Rome, Italy
 
St. Peter's Square, Rome, Italy
 
Vatican Staircase, Vatican City
Vatican Staircase, Vatican City, Rome, Italy


Main Square, Krakow, Poland
 

Tatra Mountains, Zakopane, Poland
     
Pope John Paul II Statue
Shrine of Divine Mercy, Lagiewniki, Poland
  Wieliczka Salt Mines
Wieliczka Salt Mines, Krakow, Poland
     
     



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Pope John Paul II Blessed John Paul II & Pope Francis

Blessed John Paul II with Mother Teresa


Pope Benedict XVI, Venerating the relics ofBlessed John Paul II, Rome, Italy


Cardinals venerate the coffin of Blessed Pope John Paul II, End of the Beatification Mass, Rome, Italy


St. Peters Basilica, Rome, Italy

Michelangelo's Pieta, St. Peters Basilica Michelangelo's Pieta, St. Peters Basilica, Rome, Italy

Our Lady of Czestochowa
Our Lady of Czestochowa, Poland


St. Maximilian Kolbe


St. Mary's Cathedral, Krakow, Poland

Old Town Warsaw Poland

Old Town, Warsaw, Poland


St. Maximilian Kolbe Cell, Auschwitz, Poland



 
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