Auschwitz tour The concentration camp in Auschwitz was established by German Nazis on the outskirts of the town Oswiecim in 1940. After the war, the camp was turned into museum displaying evidence of the genocide. Block no. 11, known as the Death... more Wieliczka Salt Mine tour The Wieliczka Salt Mine is one of the most ancient mines in the world. It has been operating since the 13th century with no intermissions. In 1978 it was listed at UNESCO World Culture and National Heritage Site. more Krakow tour Visit Krakow - former capital of Poland, medieval centre of merchandising, the city where all the legends were once true. Undamaged by the Second World War, Krakow has been listed by UNESCO as one of the most significant historic sites... more Warsaw Outskirts Tour During this tour we will take you to most interesting places around Warsaw City. We will visit Zelazowa Wola near Warsaw, where world famous composer Fryderyk Chopin was born. His father worked there as a French teacher. more Gdansk tour Gdansk is a city with 1000 years history, once described as the Hanseatic granary of Europe. It is also the city of famous scholars and humanists. Explore this unique city with us. more Fryderyk Chopin's Tour We offer you special tour dedicated to sites related to his life. On our way you will visit: most interesting sites in Warsaw where Chopin lived between 1810 – 1830, Chopin’s Museum in Ostrogskich Palace, Holly Cross Church where... more Treblinka Tour Treblinka Museum of Struggle and Martydom commemorates cruel events from World War 2 period. Two concentration camps were established in Treblinka by Nazis. One camp – Treblinka I, was a penal labour camp where approx 7000 people were... more Schindler's Factory tour Oskar Schindler’s Factory became famous after Steven Spielberg’s movie – Schindler’s List. Film told the story of Jewish prisoners in Plaszow concentration camp who were saved by German owner of local factory – Oskar Schindler. more Kazimierz Kozlowka Majdanek Let us take you across Mazovia region towards south-east from Warsaw. We will stop in Kazimierz Dolny – one of the most beautiful cities in Poland, founded in 12th century by King Kazimierz the Great. more Czestochowa tour Czestochowa is world famous city for the Pauline monastery of Jasna Gora which is the home of the Black Madonna painting, a shrine of the Virgin Mary. Jasna Gora was founded in 1382 by Pauline monks who came from Hungary, the monastery... more Wolf's Lair tour Wolf's Lair is located in the Masurian woods, near the small town of Ketrzyn in northern Poland, close to the border with Russia. During the World War 2 it served as Adolf Hitler's military headquarters. more Torun tour Visit the birthplace of famous astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus – Torun. This city is also renowned for its architecture. The old town of Torun, picturesquely situated on the banks of the River Vistula, retains its medieval street plan. more Westerplatte tour On 1 September 1939 the German armoured battleship Schleswig-Holstein fired the first artillery shots of World War 2 at the Polish military transit storehouse at Westerplatte peninsula at the entrance to the Port of Gdansk. more Lichen Niepokalanow Tour First we will go to Niepokalanow where is situated Franciscan Church and Monastery founded by Father Maximilian Kolbe in 1927. During the Second World War Maximilian Kolbe who was arrested by the Nazi and transfered to Aushcwitz... more Mazuria tour Mazuria region is known as the land of a thousand lakes and rivers. Its natural environment, unspoiled by industry, attracts visitors not only in summer. Take a full day tour towards north from Warsaw and visit this unique region with... more Poznan tour Poznan is one of the oldest and most interesting cities in Poland. In 968 it became the seat of the first bishopric in Poland. Today Poznan is second financial center after Warsaw and a major center of commerce. Annual trade fairs... more Lodz tour Lodz developed in the 14th century. Until the beginnings of 19th century it was still an agricultural town but since the first textile complex called Nowe Miasto was built in 1823,it started its rapid growth to finally become the Polish... more Bialowieza National Park Tour We dedicate this tour to all nature lovers and to those who besides monuments of big cities are also interested in natural heritage of our country. We invite you to Bialowieza National Park, located in north eastern corner of Poland... more Malbork Castle Tour Malbork Castle is definitely one of the most important monuments in Poland, recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site in 1997. It is the biggest medieval brick castle in Europe built by Teutonic Order in 14th century. Its beauty... more Stutthof Tour Stutthof was the camp for civilians established on 2nd September 1939 by Germans. It was the first German Nazis camp which operated outside the Third Reich after beginning of World War 2. more Wroclaw Tour During your stay in Warsaw we can take you for a full day tour by train to one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Poland – Wroclaw. more Bison Safari Tour We offer you absolutely unique attraction of wildlife watching in the heart of primeval forest of Bialowieza in Eastern Poland. This 2 days tour will be an unforgettable experience for all nature lovers. more
 

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