Shrines of Poland
A strongly religious country dotted with places of deep spiritual devotion
Follow in the steps of Pope John Paul II in Krakow and Wadowice, visit the Divine Mercy Sanctuary, the final resting place of St. Faustina in Lagiewniki and take a journey to Czestochowa, Poland’s greatest place of pilgrimage. These comprehensive escorted tours feature the highlights of each region and are accompanied by a spiritual director and a Joe Walsh Tours pilgrimage coordinator.
This year our Shrines of Poland pilgrimage departs on the 9th of October.
For additional information, please call one of our Pilgrimage Specialists:
- Currency: Polish Zloty (PLN)
- Local time: GMT +1 hour
- Airports: Krakow (KRK) ; Warsaw (WAW)
- Flight duration: 2 hours 30 minutes approximately
- Languages: Polish; many people speak English
- Climate: A mixture between mild Oceanic and more severe Continental climate produces temperate conditions with distinct seasons featuring long warm sunny summer days and snowy winters
- Voltage: 230V A/C, sockets outlets and sockets Type C and Type E 2 pin type are used
- Visa: not required for EU citizens; non-EU citizens are advised to check with the relevant authorities
- Passport: EU passport holders travelling to Poland must have an up-to-date passport valid for travel three months beyond the date of return; non-EU citizens are advised to check with the relevant authorities