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A very informative and enjoyable tour. The number of people on the tour wasn't too big so we enjoyed it alot better than other tours who had too many people on them. Would definitely recommend this tour.
Well versed tour guide..friendly and informative..enjoyed every minute of our private tour..
An excellant tour with a very informative guide, Bruno. He could not have been more helpful and understanding. We had plenty of time at each site and answered all our questions. An excellant tour and very highly recommended
We had a wonderful experience. Our guide was most accommodating. He was kind and courteous. His knowledge of the places we visited on the tour and indeed Poland in general was absolutely amazing. Nothing was a problem to him. We thoroughly enjoyed our day. Thank you.
The guide was amazing. He really looked after us by explaining everything clearly and providing very personal service. The tour group was small, only 4 of us, and we were really looked after. He did not rush us through places but went out of his way to make sure that we had time to see places we visited.
Great, muy bueno, the tour guide a young boy, spoke English and Spanish. Going to his church, his footsteps very nice.
A very good tour exploring Pope John Paul II's life and career taking you from his birthplace in Wadowice to his years as Bishop of Krakow, with also a visit to the Shrine of Divine Mercy.
a memorable interesting and fascinating insight into the life of Pope John Paul the guide was first class you are following in the footsteps and get a clear insight into the life of Polands Pope a great trip not to be missed
As Catholics and from Malta where Pope John 2 came twice, this tour was a must for us. The chapel of the Divine Mercy was also a place of great serenity where we prayed.
Thanks to a wonderful guide.
I learned so much on this tour- but there is a LOT crammed into it and no time at all to eat lunch! Dining in Poland is a laid-back affair, and thirty or so minutes to eat a decent meal is not nearly enough time. We only had time for a quick piece of cake- by the end of the day we were famished.
The tour was very good, I enjoyed it mostly because I love John Paul II, the tour guide was very nice and friendly, its a nice tour, I recommend it.
Excellent tour, very imformative and the trip to St.Faustina's chapel was a great bonus.
As I was the only one on the tour I had a private car with a wonderful guide, Annette,on a wonderful introduction to Poland and John Paul.
Tour guide was excellet.