Pre and Post Congress Tours

23.06.2018 (10:00–13:30)

Wroclaw Panoramic Tour

Duration: 3.5 hours

Sightseeing of Old Town: Market Square (Rynek) dominated by the impressive 13th-century town hall and bordered by a rainbow of beautifully renovated historical buildings. Salt Square (Plac Solny), renowned for 24h traditional flower stalls. Swidnicka Street. For centuries this was the most important street in Wroclaw often used by merchants travelling along the Amber Road from southern Europe towards the Baltic Sea. This part of the Old Town boasts several distinguished public buildings, department stores, hotels, churches and statues.

Catedral Island: Ostrow Tumski or Cathedral Island is where the city of Wroclaw was born. To get there from the University walk across Sand Bridge to Sand Island and the Tumski Bridge.  This bridge has become the magnet for couples who leave padlocks chained to the ironwork in the hope that somehow it will keep them together forever. Whether it works or not we don’t know but the padlock sellers nearby seem to be happy with the arrangement. 

Price: 35  EUR

Included:

  • Bus transfer
  • English speaking Guide
  • Sightseeing of Old Town and Cathedral Island

24.06.2018 (10:00–14:00)

Wrocław Jewish Heritage

Duration: 4 hours

This tour will allow you to explore the history of Jews in old Breslau. The most important place to visit: the old Jewish neighborhood and synagogue and the historic Jewish cemetery, currently a museum of sepulchral art. The tour also includes: visit the main market square and the surrounding streets from the point of view of their significance for the Jews of Wroclaw. We’ll delve into the history of the most acclaimed Jewish families that came from Wroclaw. While sightseeing we will also use period photographs to enhance the tour.

Price: 45 EUR

Included:

  • Bus transfer
  • English speaking Guide
  • Sightseeing
  • Admission fees

23.06.2018 (14:00–17:30)
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Wroclaw – City of Odra River

Duration: 3.5 hours

To try and imagine Wroclaw without the Odra is tantamount to thinking of Giza without its pyramids. The city is defined by this great sprawling river with its numerous tributaries and canals, as well as by the 12 islands and over 120 bridges that cross it – all of which bring so much life, character and charm to the Lower Silesian capital. With so many waterways and spans it is little wonder that Wroclaw has been dubbed as the ‘Venice of Poland. Cruise starts form ZOO Pier and sails through Gas pipeline towards Opatowicka Island, Jaz Szczytniki, Water tower – Grunwald Bridge – Provincial Office – Bridge of Peace – National Museum – Cathedral Island (Ostrów Tumski) – Cardinal’s Harbour.
During the cruise snack is served.

Sightseeing of Old Town: Market Square (Rynek) dominated by the impressive 13th-century town hall and bordered by a rainbow of beautifully renovated historical buildings. Salt Square (Plac Solny), renowned for 24h traditional flower stalls,. Swidnicka Street. For centuries this was the most important street in Wroclaw often used by merchants travelling along the Amber Road from southern Europe towards the Baltic Sea. This part of the Old Town boasts several distinguished public buildings, department stores, hotels, churches and statues.

Price: 45 EUR

Included:

  • Odra River Cruise
  • English speaking Guide
  • Snack on board
  • Sightseeing of Old Town

28.06.2018 (09:00–17:00)
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Pearls of Lower Silesia

Duration: 8 hours

In the morning after early  breakfast, departure for Swidnica to vist Church of Peace An exceptionally rich history and intriguing architecture, make their home in one of the most beautiful cities in Silesia – Swidnica.  The Church of Peace of the Holy Trinity is a structure included on the UNESCO List of World Heritage Sites as the largest wooden church in Europe. It was founded after the Thirty Years War under the privilege of the Austrian Emperor, after the intervention of the Swedish King.

Książ Castle, the third largest castle in Poland, is located  on a majestic rock cliff by the side of the Pelcznica River. Beautifully surrounded by the forest within nature reserve, at the height of 395m above sea level, the castle is often called ‘the Pearl
of Lower Silesia’. The history of this castle is very interesting and connected with a colourful life of Daisy, Princess of Pless who was married to one of Imperial Germany’s wealthiest princes. That’s the journey through the life of a woman who was beautiful, intelligent, idealistic and creative in pursuing her humanitarian and political goals. She fought against many adversities for the betterment of life of the poor and the working class and for peace

Lunch will be served in a local restaurant in Książ.

Price: 70 EUR

Included:

  • Bus transfer
  • English Speaking Guide
  • Lunch
  • Admission fees

28-29.06.2018 (07:00 – day one, 14:30 – day two) 
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Częstochowa, Cracow and Former German Nazi Camp Auschwitz

Duration: 2 days, 1 night

Thursday – Częstochowa, Auschwitz, Cracow

In the morning after early  breakfast, departure for Czestochowa the major centre of Catholic religion in Poland and destination for pilgrims from all over the world for last 600 years. Visit the Jasna Gora Monastery and the Black Madonna Shrine with its miraculous icon. Vist the Armoury and the most interesting Treasury Room, where many  precious gifts, given to the monastery through the ages, can be seen.

Lunch will be served a local restaurant in Czestochowa.

In the afternoon:  Auschwitz  –  The former death camp at Oświęcim, known as Konzetrationslager Auschwitz, was in fact a complex of camps, the largest German Nazi death factory, where more than two million people, mostly Jews, were killed. The Auschwitz camp consisted of several units, including the largest one at Brzezinka (Birkenau). Of the millions of people brought  there in the period between 1940 and 1944, only 60 to 70 thousand utterly emaciated victims were alive at the time of liberation of the camp. At present, the National Museum of Oświęcim is situated on the site of the former camp.

Dinner and overnight in Cracow

Friday – Cracow

In the morning : Cracow – The Royal City called “Little Rome” an “cradle of European Culture” The walk starts with Barbican – the remaining fragments of city fortifications, the masterpiece of medieval military structures built in the 15th century, then St. Florian gate which is also the part of historical city walls, next the spectacular Main Market Square (the biggest in Europe) with the Cloth Hall – a perfect place to buy local souvenirs, the Town Hall Tower and the precious Romanesque church of St Adalbert, St Mary’s Basilica with beautiful and unique wooden masterpiece of Veit Stoss, ending with buildings of Jagiellonian University: Collegium Maius where Nicolaus Copernicus studied.

Kazimierz – former Jewish district one of the most vibrant Jewish communities in Poland until the Second World War. We will visit the Remuh Synagogue and Cemetery and explore the narrow streets of the old Jewish neighbourhood.

We end the tour with lunch in a local restaurant in Kazimierz.

Price: 290  EUR (accommodation at the  twin room)

Price: 310  EUR (accommodation at the  single room)

Included:

  • Bus transfer
  • English Speaking Guide
  • 1 night in a 3 star hotel in Cracow
  • 2 Lunches, 1 Dinner
  • Admission fees

28-29.06. 2018 (07:00 – day one, 14:30 – day two)
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Warsaw – Capital of Poland

Tour by train

Duration: 2 days, 1 night

Thursday – Warsaw

In the morning after early  breakfast, departure for Warsaw by train.

After arrival to Warsaw lunch will be served at the local restaurant.

In the afternoon: Enjoy great opportunity to get acquainted with the history of Poland’s capital. See the Old Town, intricately reconstructed after World War II. The Old Town is an excellent example of a compromise between the historic values and modern needs – art. Galleries, shops, charming restaurants, cafes, craftsmen workshops. Take pleasure in a drive a long the Royal Route with its beautiful palaces, aristocratic residences, famous statues and historic churches. See the historic sights of Warsaw Uprising, the Tomb of the Unknown Solider. Former Ghetto :including the site of the bunker on Miła Street; the monumental Memorial of the Heroes of the Warsaw Ghetto; the Umschlagplatz; building of the Museum of the History.

Visit in Warsaw Uprising Museum, which commemorates the uprising of 1944, the single most important event that has defined today’s Warsaw. Alternatively, you can choose to have free time to further explore the city.

Dinner and overnight  in Warsaw

Friday – Warsaw Palaces

In the morning – Begin with the Palace on the Water – the magnificent palace and garden complex – a private retreat of Poland’s last king at the end of 18th century. Continue with the Wilanów Palace- summer residence of Jan III Sobieski, the king who defeated Turks at the Battle of Vienna in 1683

We ended the tour with lunch at a local restaurant.

Price: 290 EUR (accommodation at the  twin room)

Price: 310 EUR (accommodation at the  single room)

Included:

  • Train ticket (2nd class)
  • Bus transfer
  • English Speaking Guide
  • 1 night in a 3 star hotel in Warsaw
  • 2 lunches, 1 Dinner
  • Admission fees

Each  tour will be organized at minimum participation of 15 people.

23.06.2018

Wroclaw – Panoramic Tour

Duration: 3,5 hours


24.06.2018

Wrocław Jewish Heritage

Duration: 4 hours


23.06.2018
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Wroclaw – City of Odra River

Duration: 3,5 hours


28.06.2018
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Pearls of Lower Silesia

Duration: 8 hours


28-29.06.2018
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Częstochowa, Cracow and Former German Nazi Camp Auschwitz

Duration: 2 days, 1 night


28-29.06. 2018
tour unavailable

Warsaw – Capital of Poland

Duration: 2 days, 1 night

Each  tour will be organized at minimum participation of 15 people.