You will find below a few ideas for our non-standard programmes.


The lost culture. On the trail of the Jews in Poland

  1. Arrival in Warsaw. Check in at the hotel, time for a little refreshment, then meeting with the Warsaw city guide. This person can call you a magician, because he will conjure up a city that no longer exists with his fascinating stories. We are going to visit the former ghetto in Warsaw, the largest Jewish quarter during the Second World War in Europe. On the program: the Umschlagplatz, the monument of the ghetto heroes (Willy Brandt Kniefall monument), Sienna street (the only remains of the ghetto wall). During the tour you will learn a lot about the prewar life of the Polish Jews, their traditions and culture, cuisine and religion accompanied by rich pictorial material. Then drive to the hotel. HP in the hotel
  2. After breakfast drive to Treblinka, where from 1942 until the end of 1943 one of the largest Nazi extermination camps was located. You visit a small storage museum followed by a documentary. Then we go together to the memorial, which honors the numerous, mostly nameless victims of the camp. After returning to Warsaw, we are expected to visit Europe's Best Museum Edition 2016 - the Museum of the History of Polish Jews. Then drive to the hotel. Half board and overnight stay.
  3. After breakfast our route leads to Lodz, the city where the Theo wanted to go so desperately. During the small tour you will learn the most interesting sights of the city (Prince Mill, the largest underground railway station in Poland, the Museum of Living Books, Piotrkowska Street). Free time in the cultural and shopping center "Manufaktura". After the break we get to know the area of ​​the former Litzmannstadt Ghetto. You will learn a great deal about everyday life in the ghetto, its design and process. The stay in Lodz is completed by a cooking workshop, during which you will be familiarized with the preparation of the delicacies of traditional Jewish cuisine. Afterwards, of course, they are allowed to consume the treats conjured up together with the cooks. Beteavon! Drive to Warsaw. Overnight at hotel.
  4. After breakfast we finally leave Warsaw for Krakow, former Polish capital. On the way we make a stopover in Kielce, where you attend a short tour. After arriving in Krakow and checking in at the hotel we drive to Kazimierz, the former Jewish residential district of Krakow. There you can enjoy a delicious dinner in one of the local traditional restaurants, accompanied by a concert of Klezmer music. Overnight at hotel.
  5. After breakfast, enjoy a fun day in Krakow. Accompanied by a Krakow tour guide, you will visit Kazimierz, the former Jewish residential area, the grounds of the Oskar Schindler factory the old town of the former Polish capital - UNESCO World Cultural Heritage with Krakow Cloth Hall. After the free time at the market of the old town, our route continues to Wieliczka, the place where the world famous salt mine is located, another UNESCO object on your trip and truly a highlight! Half Board in the hotel.
  6. After breakfast drive to Zakopane (extra charge, optional 40 EUR, coffee and cake, city tour and train ride on the most famous mountain in Poland included). Those who prefer to stay in Krakow, enjoy the beautiful city on their own. In the evening half board in the hotel.
  7. After breakfast, homecoming