Day 1 • Warsaw
Arrival. Meeting your tour leader, your personal Poland
travel expert. Directly from the airport we go for half day
city tour in Warsaw. We visit the Warsaw Jewish Cemetery
(one of the biggest Jewish cemetery in the world and one
of the last remaining open and active Jewish cemetery in
Poland), former territory of little ghetto, Umschlagplatz –
square where Jews were gathered for deportation from
the Warsaw Ghetto to the Treblinka extermination camp.
In 1988 national monument was erected at Umschlagplatz
to commemorate the deportation of victims.
Day 2 • Warsaw - Lublin
After breakfast we take a walk through Memorial Route of
Jewish Martydrom and Struggle, which commemorates
people and places of the Warsaw Ghetto during the German
occupation of Poland. The route begins at the Warsaw
Ghetto Monument and ends near the Umschlagplatz
monument. Then we visit The Museum of the History of
Polish Jews, which is a giant unique multimedia exhibition
newly opened in 2013. It shows 1000 years’ history of
Polish Jews – from the Middle Ages until today. Then we
transfer to Lublin, where we have a short stroll to see the
Old Town Market, Old Town Hall and the castle.
Day 3 • Lublin - Majdanek - Kraków
After breakfast we visit Majdanek – former nazi concentration
camp, which is situated in the suburb of Lublin. It
was established in 1941 as a work camp and changed in
1943 into a concentration camp. The camp, where lived
150 000 prisoners from nearly 30 countries, occupied an
area of 270 ha. Among prisoners dominated Polish citizens
(mainly Poles and Jews). 80 000 people, including
60 000 Jews, were killed there during World War II. After
visit we transfer to Kraków.
Day 4 • Kraków
After breakfast we visit Kazimierz quarter – between 16-
18th century it was a major European center of the Diaspora.
Kazimierz together with Wawel and the Old Town in
Kraków is listed on UNESCO World Heritage List. We visit
Remuh synagogue, the Jewish cemetery and Podgórze
Ghetto. Then we go to Wawel Royal Cathedral - for centuries
a burial place of Polish kings.
Day 5 • Kraków - Oświęcim - Warsaw
After breakfast we drive to Oświęcim to visit Auschwitz-
-Birkenau museum, former nazi concentration camp,
which is listed on UNESCO World Heritage List. The Auschwitz
concentration camp complex was the largest of
its kind established by the Nazi regime. About 1 million
Jews were exterminated there during World War II. We
have a 3,5 hour long walk with a local guide. Next we drive
to Warsaw Chopin Airport.
package rate from 259 €*
* per person in twin/double, with minimum
40 persons, price includes: accommodation in 3*
hotels on HB basis, coach transfers as per program,
local English/German speaking guide, price
does not include: flight tickets, travel insurance,
entrance fees (approx. 25 EUR), other meals
and beverages. Remark: this quote is subject to
availability based on the final dates of the tour and
needs to be confirmed.