Auschwitz Museum is located 320 km from Warsaw, without direct connection. Public transport travel time from Warsaw to Auschwitz is from 5 to 7 hours one way. The total duration of our tour is 10 hours.
Gietrzwald is the only place of the Revelation of Our Lady in Poland, which was recognized by the Vatican as authentic on a par with Fatima, Guadalupe, and Lourdes. Whereas Swieta Lipka is an unusual place of Marian cult with fabulous pipe organs and a Baroque church among lakes and forests.
We invite you to travel on the trail of Orthodox churches and blessed places. We will begin with a visit to the sacred Mount Grabarka, where the believers are washing affected places in the miraculous spring and come around the church on their knees.
The Monastery in Czestochowa is the most important place of worship of the Virgin Mary in Poland with the miraculous image of the Black Madonna. As the legend says it is painted by St. Luke the Evangelist on fragments of the table of the Holy Family.
Discover the most beautiful and the most important places of the eastern Poland. Royal Castle in Lublin.To this day, there is preserved residential-defensive tower from the 13th century and Byzantine-Russian frescoes from the 15th century in the Gothic church. And also Kazimierz Dolny with 3.000 inhabitants and 3.000 visitors each day.
Kazimierz Dolny is the pearl of Polish Renaissance. Next to the large number of historic buildings and places , we have close contact with nature (Vistula slow flowing in the bends or unusual loess gorges).
A visit to dazzling Kraków and fairy Wieliczka Salt Mine (the first traces of salt production date back 5000 years). At the beginning we will get directly to the mine, to after visiting the underworld kingdom get to the center of the Old Town.
A visit in the magical Kraków, where, according to a legend, is one of the seven miraculous stones (chakra) thrown by the Hindu god Shiva (the others are in New Delhi, Mecca, Delphi, Jerusalem, Rome, and Velehrad).
Lodz – it is the third largest city in Poland. Its multicultural history in the nineteenth century created Poles, Jews, Germans and Russians. Thus, today we can admire more than 200 palaces, marvel at the Orthodox churches, watch the magnificent churches of the Evangelical-Lutheran and Catholic, or discover Jewish heritage.
The concentration camp in Lublin was the second largest, after Auschwitz, the Nazi camp of this type in Europe. In the Majdanek camp was crematorium and 7 gas chambers where prisoners were killed with Zyklon B and carbon monoxide.
The first Tatars arrived to Poland in the fourteenth century. They fought both together with the Poles against the Teutonic Order, and against the Poles. Since the fifteenth century, in return for military service under the banner of the Polish king, they received lands.
Front of us is the one most beautiful landscapes of the eighteenth century Poland. Idyllic and noble. Breathtaking views are waiting for us in the Arkadia-Nieborow Park. One of the most beautiful 18th century aristocratic gardens.
To the death camp in Sobibor were directed transports mainly from Lublin Region, France and Netherlands. Killed more than 250.000 Jews here. In 1943, in the camp an uprising broke out under the leadership of the Russian Jew, the Red Army lieutenant – Alexander Pechersky.
St. Faustina. She had a gift of bilocation, reading of human souls and prophecies. St. Kolbe. In 1941, he was sent to Auschwitz, where he voluntarily chose death by starvation in exchange for a convicted inmate. Blessed Popiełuszko. Chaplain of Warsaw Solidarity. He was killed in 1984 by officers of the Communist State Security Service.
We invite you to visit one of the remarkable monument of Catholicism in Poland- the world’s largest statue of Christ the King in Swiebodzin.The figure of Jesus in Rio has a height of 30m (98ft), this in Swiebodzin has 36m (118ft).
Torun – the city of Copernicus, Gothic buildings and gingerbread. In the area of the Old Town with an area of approximately 19 hectares – The Old Town in Warsaw is only 10 hectares – there are over 190 monuments.
Three places. Jedwabne – where Polish neighbors in a rural barn burned more than three hundred of their Jewish neighbors. Tykocin – where in the pogrom made by the Germans were killed by Poles and Germans over 2.000 Jews. Treblinka – where in the chambers died more than 800.000 Jews.
On this trip we will see the world that no longer exists. Small Jewish, sleepy town with a beautiful Synagogue – the second largest in Poland. It is preserved and restored like yesterday would be there prayers. At the end we will visit place of the Holocaust – the Treblinka death camp (second after Auschwitz in terms of killed people).
Tykocin is a small town situated on the bank of the river Narew. Before war population there was close to 4,000 persons, of which 2,000 were Jews. The city was famous for its great scholars – experts in the Torah, as well as the great merchants and entrepreneurs.
Enjoy a journey in Warsaw and follow there Chopin’s footsteps. Unusual stop will be St. Cross Church where is an urn with the heart of the composer. After the visit to the Museum in Ostrogscy Palace in Warsaw, we will go to Żelazowa Wola, Chopin’s birthplace.
Enjoy a journey to Warsaw route special prepared by historians from the National Institute of Chopin. The route goes from Chopin Monument , through St. Cross Church where the composer’s heart rests, to the Chopin Museum.
Individual tour with own guide of the trail of legends of Sirens, Basilisks, Golden Ducks and Stone Bears. And in contrast to fairy tales – from Wilanow Palace and the Old Town through Palace on the Water – to the socialist architecture on the Constitution Square.
We invite you to explore the lost city. In 1939, were 360.000 Jews here… now a Jewish community has less 500 people. We will visit the most important places starting from the Synagogue and the Jewish cemetery to the ghetto wall and Umschlagplatz monument.
If you want to know and understand, not only Warsaw, but also Polish tradition – see with us all the tourist attractions in Warsaw (program as in the Standard Route) and the most important museums in the 9 hour tour.
Zelazowa Wola village is located at a distance of more than 50 km from Warsaw. Here, in 1810, Frederic Chopin came into the world. Chopinetto – as called him in Paris. Monsieur Pichon – as Frédéric called himself. George Sand called him Chop. Heine called him Rafael of piano. Liszt or Berlioz said simply: Genius!