From Wrocław, take a day for a sobering visit to the former Nazi concentration camp complex of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Come face to face with the murderous history of World War II and the Nazis as you tour two concentration camps where more than a million people perished. See some of the facilities of Auschwitz and Birkenau as you attempt to grapple with the horrors that occurred there and the legacy of the Holocaust. Your tour includes transportation by minibus, entrance fees, snacks, and hotel pickup and drop-off in Wrocław.
Stunning landscapes and historical monuments await you on this full-day tour of Lower Silesia from Wroclaw. From your guide, you’ll receive an introduction to the region’s turbulent history as you visit prominent landmarks such as Książ — Poland’s third largest castle — and the Churches of Peace. Then, choose to admire either Complex Osówka, underground chambers formerly inhabited by Hitler, or to see the biggest concentration camp in Lower Silesia, Gross-Rosen. Refreshments and round-trip transport from your Wroclaw hotel are included in the tour.
Travel through lovely countryside of Lower Silesia to discover two of the region's most important attractions. Hear your guide bring the area's turbulent history and rich culture to life with a commentary. Find out facts and myths of World War II which had a great impact on the lives of local residents. This tour highlights the best of what Lower Silesia has to offer to travellers.
Explore the marvelous Krakow, once a royal capital and a hub of historical Polish sites, on an excursion from Wroclaw. Visit the UNESCO listed Wieliczka Salt Mine and discover a one-of-a-kind underground world that was created hundreds of years ago.An English-speaking driver will pick you up from a pre-arranged meeting point in Wroclaw or your Hotel (on request only), and will take you by comfortable vehicle to firstly to Wieliczka Salt Mine and later Krakow. Upon arrival at the Salt Mine a local guide is provided in English, Spanish, German or French
This full day tour from Wroclaw gives you a great oportunity to visit the most outstanding atraction of Lower Silesia - UNESCO World Heritage-listed Church of Peace in Swidnica. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, travelling by comfortable minivan/coach you can spend a great day out finding out about the fascinating history of the province admiring as well spectacular countryside. It is a perfect offer for those who like to combine guide tours of heritage and culture with spending some time close to the nature.
Learn about the history of the largest concentration camp complex from World War II. See personal things and objects of everyday use belonging to the prisoners. Visit the ruins of the gas chambers, original barracks, and the railway prisoner unloading platform.
Take a sobering tour, that shows you the complicated heritage of World War II and its lasting impact on the province. Visit the former German Nazi concentration camp of Gross Rosen known for its deadly work conditions in the granite quarry.Find out about the German strategy of extermination through labour. See the mysterious legacy of World War II - the Riese Complex in the Owl Mountains. Enter into the tunnels, find out about potential hypotheses of its purpose, see the guard rooms and spacious hall excavated in stone
Take an exciting day tour from Wroclaw to explore Dresden- one of the most beautiful German cities.For centuries Dresden was the capital of an independent state of Saxony, which under the Wettin dynasty was a flourishing centre of culture, art and architecture. The city was considered the pearl of European baroque with numerous churches, palaces and townsmen’s houses contributing to its unique atmosphere. The controversial ally bombing at the end of the War World II, despite thousands of deaths and great urban substance damage, did not affect Dresdner Old Town entirely - today a powerful symbol of German revival and reconstruction.
Discover the enchanting city of Prague with its eventful history, precious architecture and unique tasty beer. The capital of Czech Republic is one the most outstanding tourist attractions in Europe and an important part of the cultural heritage of the old continent. From the heart of medieval Bohemia to the capital of the Holy Roman Empire, always a vibrant melting pot of Czech, German, Austrian and Jewish traditions, Prague suffered dramatic events in XX century of both Nazi and Communist totalitarianisms
Discover the incredible history of a priceless medieval royal treasure. Enjoy the impressive, enormous, and majestic Baroque architecture of a Cisterian abbey. See the most important sanctuary and pilgrimage destination of Lower Silesia - the grave of Saint Jadwiga (Hedwig) in Trzebnica. Have a tasty lunch in a traditional abbey's tavern and sample some local dishes
Take a full day tour to discover Berlin – a vibrant and cosmopolitan capital of Germany. Find out about the infamous rise of Adolf Hitler’s Third Reich and its dramatic downfall. See the rest of Berliner Wall – the clearest symbol of Europe’s division between the Allies in the post-war period.
Poznan is one of the oldest cities in Poland, with incredible sights of immense historic value. Discover this rich heritage while admiring the Archcathedral (where it is widely believed in the year 966 the baptism of Poland's first Duke Mieszko I took place); enjoy the old market square with the impressive town hall called the pearl of the Polish Renaissance; try the local specialty – Saint Martin's croissants - while hearing different facts, legends, and anecdotes about Poznan.