A visit to a death camp created by Nazi in 1940 at first for Polish political prisoners. From 1942 to 1945 a place of extermination of European Jews and Gypsies. The largest camp during W W II, where died approximately 1.1 million people. Visit in the Museum of Auschwitz I (the tour takes 1.5 hour), and Auschwitz II-Birkenau (the visit takes 0.5 hour). Due to the enormous size of Auschwitz II-Birkenau the visit is limited to wooden barracks in the quarantine section and the guard tower above the main entrance that allows you to see the size of the camp. It is also possible to see the entire camp in Auschwitz II-Birkenau, in which case you need to reserve the entire day for the trip.
This city once a vibrant and glorious capital, suffered heavy damage during World War II, and Warsaw Uprising in 1944. City of pianist Fryderyk Chopin - Varsavian by birth, Polish in emotion, citizen of the world in his talent. Visit of Old Town, Royal Way with Palace, beautiful Lazienki Park, the place where former Jewish Ghetto was located and retracing Roman Polanski's "The Pianist". Cracow - Warsaw - Cracow by Express train + full day local guide service in Warsaw.
ZAKOPANE AND THE TATRA MOUNTAINS. (1 DAY TRIP)
Situated in the Tatra Mountains, the capital of the winter sports, known health resort. Famous for the wooden architecture such as: chapel in Jaszczurówka or Sanctuary of Our Lady of Fatima and many old and new wooden houses. The breathtaking panorama of the Tatras from the top of Gubalówka Mount; the great variety of handcrafts on the local open air market. Drive through the beautiful Chocholów village with wooden houses.
ROYAL CRACOW AND JEWISH KAZIMIERZ. (4 HOURS TOUR)
(4 HOURS TOUR)
The oldest and the most important place of this city: the Wawel Hill with the Cathedral - the pantheon of polish kings and heroes and the tomb of St. Stanislau - patron saint of Cracow plus the visit of the renaissance courtyard of the Royal Castle. The Bishops' Palace where the pope John Paul II lived and the Franciscan Friars' Church with stained glass windows by Stanislaw Wyspianski; Jagiellonian University buildings where studied the known astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus; St. Mary's Church with 15th c. masterpiece altar by Veit Stoss; a walk through the Jewish Quarter and retracing Steven Spielberg's "Schindler's List"; possible entrance to the Remuh synagogue and cemetery
See the art which is in perpetual change and diversion. Each visit can be different because some works disappear and new ones appear all the time. Murals like the neighborhood, one painting attracts another – see such examples at Kazimierz district. During our stroll we can discuss how to identify street art: as a commercial or as a real art? See some known murals of Pil Peled and Broken fingaz group, Mikołaj Rejs and Pikaso. Visit graffiti shop where you can meet the artists and buy the paints. Walk to Podgórze to see more street art among them the controversial mural painted by Bolognese artists called Blu. Continue the ride by local tram to see more murals in Krakow center and the oldest one still existing mural of Jan Suchowiak from 1960 ties. In the afternoon possible to continue street art tour in Nowa Huta to see some more interesting murals pained mostly by Lukas Lenda or Darius Milczarek showing The past, the presence and future of Nowa Huta