Jewish historical and cultural tours
Poland is a country with rich history. Central Europe tours are popular among tourists from all over the world, and not without a reason. There are many world-famous, beautiful places here, which are enthusiastically visited every day. But there are also some locations connected with a sad and tragical part of history. Some of them are associated with the fate of Jewish people in Poland. The traces of that nation can be found in many parts of the country. Synagogues, concentration camps, cemeteries... Sometimes easy to find, sometimes hidden far from the bigger cities. Many of these places are now commemorating the events of the Second World War. Others are rather forgotten - only the oldest, local inhabitants take care of them by lighting a candle on the forgotten graves.
Part of history
For those who are interested in that difficult part of history, our Polish travel agency organises special Jewish heritage tours. They last from 4 to 8 days and present the most meaningful locations. They are arranged for groups of any size. The date is set with a given group - there are no strict terms. These guided tours of Poland can be organised based on a plan prepared by our guides. We also accept the suggestions from our clients. Most of the trips include the capital city of Polan - here, the Warsaw Ghetto and the Old Cemetery is visited. Tourists can also see the buildings connected with the Jewish history. The important point of the visit in Warsaw is Nożyk Synagogue. Next, the travel to Poland includes the sightseeing of concentration camps, built by the Nazi Germany in Treblinka or Auschwitz (or both, depending on the chosen variant). In Cracow, visitors can see the Kazimierz district. Some variants of the trip also include the sightseeing of Oskar Schindler's Factory. We also offer visits in Lublin or Majdanek.
The price of Polish tours depend on the size of group and the chosen option. The more people in the group, the lower price per person. Accommodations, breakfasts, dinners and comfortable transports are all included in the price, as well as the support of qualified guides. The groups do not have to worry about reservations or queues. If needed, entrance tickets are supplied by the organisers. Thanks to that, the tourists can focus on sightseeing and experiencing the history. The participation in that kind of trip is an opportunity to commemorate the Jewish people that died years ago due to the tragical events during the Second World War. It is a serious history lesson - sad, difficult, but worth attending.