Tour Description

During this tour you will discover the most interesting and unique expression of the local Silesian craftsmanship - the famous Bolesławiec pottery, known also as the Polish Pottery.

The city of Bolesławiec (formerly Bunzlau) showcases the long-standing tradition of the pottery production dating back to the XIV century.

Upon arriving in Bolesłąwiec, you will have a pleasant stroll through the beautiful market square to admire the colorful houses and the Renaissance town hall.

Afterwards, you will discover one of the best local manufacturers of Bolesławic pottery, where you can observe skilled workers at all of the different stages of production.

The ceramic decorations are especially spectacular; each piece is hand made using special stamps with the emblematic peacock's eye pattern. After providing you some time for shopping, we will proceed to a local restaurant reflecting the diverse gastronomic local tradition brought by Polish people after World War II.

On return trip, you will have a chance to see one of the biggest wooden churches in Europe. The outstanding Church of Peace in Jawor was built during the social-political turmoil in the XVII century, when religious wars and confessional persecution arose across Europe.

Although it was constructed under very strict regulations, it represents a priceless cultural value and was added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites in 2001.

Payment Policy

  • Rest of payment on arrival.
  • Cancellation / no show policy: If cancelled or modified up to 2 days before the date of tour no fee will be charged.
  • If cancelled or modified later or in case of no show 100 % of reservation will be charged.

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