Shrines of Poland

A strongly religious country dotted with places of deep spiritual devotion


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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.

For additional information, please call one of our Poland Pilgrimage Specialists:
» Dublin 01 241 0800
» Belfast 028 9099 4854
» Cork 021 427 7959
» Cardiff 0292 000 3865
» Glasgow 0141 530 5060
» Liverpool 0151 909 2871
» London 0203 468 0617
» Manchester 0161 820 8790
» or email info@joewalshtours.ie


Travel Insurance


Our full pilgrimage insurance booklets are available to download below.

Download Travel Insurance Booklet for Pilgrimage Tours from Ireland (12 pages)

Download Travel Insurance Booklet for Pilgrimage Tours from the UK (12 pages)

Destinations


Krakow
Karol Wojtyla lived in Krakow for four decades before his elevation to papacy as John Paul II in 1978. read more

Czestochwa
Poland’s greatest place of pilgrimage and one of the world’s most important shrines, Czestochowa has been the spiritual capital of Central Europe for over six centuries. read more

Lagiewniki
The Divine Mercy Sanctuary located in Krakow’s Lagiewniki district is the final resting place of Saint Faustina and a vast shrine dedicated to the Mercy of God. The shrine has been visited by two Popes and continues to attract millions of pilgrims every year. read more

Wadowice
Birthplace of Pope John Paul II, Wadowice attracts visitors in search of sites connected with the early life of the Pontiff. read more

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