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.
See the best of Wroclaw without having to plan an itinerary by going on this stress-free electric car sightseeing tour. No need to organize transport, as hotel pickup and drop-off are included. See St. Elizabeth's Church, Salt Market Square, Cathedral Island, Piasek Island, the Centennial Hall, Grunwaldzki Square, and much more. Along the way, learn about the history of Wroclaw through narration.
This walking tour allows you to get to know the city at its fullest. You can walk in relaxed and easy way with your friednly and knowlagble local guide in English, who is going to tell you the most important, interesting and intriguing stories about the city of Wroclaw
Take part in an emotional fully-guided tour of the whole camp complex located in Auschwitz and Birkenau. See the original camp's relics.Learn an unforgettable lesson of World War II's tragic history.Pay respect to all victims of the Holocaust.
Eine Zeitreise in die Breslaus Vergangenheit. Rundfahrt mit der historischen Straßenbahn mit dem Guide. Fahren Sie mit einer der drei historischen Straßenbahnen durch Breslau. Je nach Gruppengröße und Jahreszeit können Sie mit Juliusz, Baba Jaga oder Jas i Malgosa fahren. Im Sommer genießen Sie die Aussicht von offenen Fenster. Im Winter profitieren Sie von der Gemütlichkeit der beheizten Wagen. Die Straßenbahn erwartet Sie an der Breslauer Oper. Steigen Sie mit Ihrem Guide ein - es geht los!. Entdecken Sie die Schweidnitzer Straße und fahren Sie am alten Kaufhaus Wertheim vorbei, zuerst in das jüdische Viertel, dann um den Marktplatz herum und zur Dominsel. Dann kommen Sie zum ZOO. Halten Sie 15 Minuten in der Jahrhunderthalle, um den Japanischen Garten oder die Halle selbst mit einer Wassershow zu sehen. Am Ende fahren Sie über die Grunwaldzki-Brücke zurück in die Altstadt und beenden Sie die Tour dort, wo Sie angefangen haben, an der Breslauer Oper.
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.
Enjoy your day trip to one of the most popular German city. Dresden now is one of the the top destinations and you must see it. Enjoy a private transfer from Wroclaw to city center of Dresden and spend 4 amasing hours exploring the old town, Frauenkirche, Zwinger Palace or many local museums.. After the tour your driver will take you back to Wroclaw.
Discover the beautiful medieval city of Krakow and extraordinary Wieliczka Salt Mine on a private day trip from Wroclaw. With an expert private guide, explore the highlights of history-steeped Krakow, once Poland’s royal capital. Admire the legendary cobbled Main Square, and check out other stunners such as Wawel Castle, the residence of Polish kings. Then, travel on to Wieliczka, a UNESCO-protected 13th-century salt mine of subterranean tunnels and galleries. Descend deep underground to explore the salt-carved chapels, church and statues — all wonders to behold — before returning to Wroclaw.
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
Each tour is unique because You are unique!Take a Guided Walk around Wroclaw city with its amazing cultural and spiritual center. Visit its charming Market Square, lined with elegant townhouses and relax admiring its modern fountain. See the impressive Gothic Old Town Hall, with its large astronomical clock. Enjoy unforgettable atmosphere that You will experience during this tour. It will show You the best and also some hidden places of this amazing and very unique city.We pride ourselves in arranging outstanding Tailor-made Tours to even most remote spots of our beautiful region according to our Clients Wishes. We are not just a tour, we are real experience designed especially for our unique Guests! And wherever You wish to travel, we will take You there with great care and will make Your experience unforgettable.
During the 2 hours tour you will see the highlights & monumental sights that Wroclaw city has to offer. Our tour starts in the Market Square (Rynek), a traditional meeting point that has hosted Wroclaw's most important cultural, historical and economical events over the centuries. You will be particularly amazed by the beauty of the late gothic City Hall (Ratusz) located in the middle of a vibrant and colourful apartment buildings. Strolling on through the romantic medieval streets we will arrive at the stunning main building of Wroclaw's University.
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.
On this fascinating tour you will explore Lower Silesia's most important sites of World War II. Until the end of World War II this area played a crucial role in maintainig hopes for the ultimate triumph over the Allies and Soviets. The Nazi high command set up many industrial facilities and labour camps in here. Project Riese (Giant) carried out in the Owl Mointains might have been planned as arguably the largest underground armaments production centre in Nazi Germany. Adolf Hitler had ordered to reconstruct the nearby Ksiaz Castle to hold his local headquarters. Finally, Gross-Rosen was the most notorious labour camp in Lower Silesia that held an overall of 120 000 prisoners from many European countries.
Would you like to discover the most popular attractions of Wroclaw?This tour is designed for those who wish to see the essential attractions of Wroclaw in a 3-hour guided tour. In small groups limited to 10 people, you will visit the oldest part of the city - the famous islands of Wroclaw, the Cathedral and Sand Islands. You will discover the most popular trading place of Wroclaw – the Market Hall and on the way to the city center, you will learn more about Wroclaw University, one of the principal monuments within the region.Your tour will include a stop at the old jail before visiting the Shambles, a scenic street and former butchers’ area. Your tour will end at the historical Main Square, which is without doubt the beating heart of our city; with picturesque tenement buildings and the most spectacular structure in the whole city - The Old Town Hall. Your expert, English – speaking local guide will share the essential facts and history of Wroclaw so you too can feel like a local.
Discover the oldest part of the city where the history of Wroclaw started over 1100 years ago. In a small group you will see the pearls of Gothic and Baroque architecture: the Cathedral of John the Baptist, Church of the Holy Cross and other ancient churches of Wroclaw – St. Giles and St. Martin and many others. • 1.5h-2h walking tour with a licensed, passionate and informative guide• Small groups limited to a maximum of 10 people. • Visit the Cathedral Island – a very special and authentic place with 103 working gas streetlights.• Visit the Sand Island with the monumental Church of Our Lady on the Sand.• Listen to insightful information about Wroclaw history and legends of the islands; including the adventures of Casanova’s visit to Wroclaw, legend of the Dumpling Gate and many others.• See the Leaning Tower of Wroclaw and a copy of the Turin shroud• For those who would like to see more – there is also the possibility to visit the inside of the Cathedral
Explore the heart of Wroclaw with your professional, licensed guide. You will discover many top attractions of Wroclaw in 2 h, including the history of the Old Town Hall, which houses one of the oldest restaurants in Europe. Whilst walking around the Main Market Square you will see picturesque tenement buildings including the townhouses of Hansel and Gretel, Golden and Blue Sun, Seven Electors and the Old Gallows House. You will visit the Salty Square where you meet a dragon. Your excursion will continue to the medieval slaughter houses called Jatki and finish in jail! but only to try a taste of local beer and food! - Small groups limited to 10 people.- Licensed, informative, friendly guide – even history can be interesting and fun!- See the places where centuries ago the criminals and wrong doers where punished - Listen to some creepy stories of Wroclaw (the Sinner’s Bell, the Witches Bridge, buried rebels and many others)- Learn about the history of Wroclaw’s old trading place
Discover the secrets of the District of the Four Temples. You will be guided through the streets of the most easy-going, colourful and charming district in Wroclaw. Your licensed and friendly guide will take you to the area of Wroclaw City Centre where within an area of only 400m, four religious temples exist; a Catholic church, an Orthodox church, a Protestant church and a Jewish Synagogue, each of them with its own fascinating story. • You will see and listen to stories about the Church of St. Anthony, the Orthodox Church of Nativity of Saint Mary, the Evangelical Church of God's Providence and the White Stork Synagogue • Small groups limited to 10 people• Discover the ‘Dumpling Clock’, Doors of the Plague and the passage where women are forever beautiful • Learn more about Wroclaw’s Jewish community• Learn more about the place where opposites attract – the most cultured place in Wroclaw by all means!
Have you ever wondered where the young Marry Shelley got her inspiration to write the book about her famous monster? Durning this tour you discover one of the possible theories, visiting the enchanting town of Zabkowice, known before the World War II as Frankenstein. This small Silesian town was a theater of a dramatic event in 1606, where a group of local undertakers was charged with preparing a poisonous mixture, whose aim was to increase the harvest of death during a serious plague. You will visit a local museum where you will find out more about their trail, as well as enter into a gloomy dungeon seeing scary laboratories, similar to those where Victor Frankenstein created his monster. The city is also know for its spectacular leaning tower, being one of the most outstanding and peculiar sights of the region.
This memorable tour lets you experience the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial at its fullest. This historic site is a worldwide symbol of the terror, genocide and the Holocaust. A guided visit of both sections makes it possible to understand this unique place in its entirety.
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
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.
Join us for a 3 hour tour through the heart of Wroclaw to taste Polish food, drink beer and vodka, and talk about the history of our thousand-year-old city. Together we will visit 5 charming venues that will provide an important setting for the history of Wroclaw and Poland, as well as delicious food and drinks. As you devour the various tasty dishes, your guide will tell you about the interesting and fascinating history of the city.
Visit the site of the most famous escape of World War II from a German prisoner-of-war camp that went down in history as “The Great Escape”.In a tiny compound 600 men worked for a year in secrecy on the tunnels named Tom, Dick, and Harry. Finally, on the night of 24th of March 1944, 76 prisoners managed to escape from the camp through the Harry tunnel but soon after 73 were recaptured during the chase. Outraged, Hitler ordered to shoot dead fifty of them which was an appalling abrogation of the Geneva Convention.Find out more about those dramatic events at the Museum of Allied POW Camps in Żagań, visit the grounds of Stalag Luft III and the memorial to the brave airmen who paid the highest price for an escape they considered a soldier's duty.