One of the most important places of religious worship in the Christian World with traditions of pilgrimage that go back to the 14th century. In the morning you will visit Jasna Gora Monastery and its famous shrine which houses the Black Madonna, venerated by some as the “Queen of Poland”. Holy Mass before miraculous picture of the Black Madonna where John Paul II devoted himself to the Lady of Czestochowa, saying “Totus Tuus” during His pilgrimage in 1979. The Sancturary of Jasna Gora was one of the most important places is Pope’s heart and one of the favourite sanctuaries in Poland.
- See the magnificent Basilica with the world-famous painting of the Black Madonna, the Queen of Poland;
- Visit the Treasury Room with precious gifts, including the Gold Rose given by John Paul II as an act of His devotion to the heart of Our Lady of Czestochowa Queen of the Kingdom of Poland, Pope’s girdle of cassock with His blood on it, as this is the one he had when he was wounded by a shot in 1981. The tour also includes new exhibition called “ Polish Church and Solidarity “ – union trade led by laureate of the Nobel’s Peace Prize – Lech Wałęsa;
- See the exhibition devoted to the 600-years of the Monastery;
- You cannot omit also the Way of Cross painted by one of the most famous Polish artists, Jerzy Duda-Gracz, who incorporated to each Station the most important history moments of Poland and also the most famous Polish personalities and saints;