If you’re spending your holidays in Poland and wish to experience our country to its fullest extent, have a look at our offers of Poland Tours. We’re sure that you will find something for yourself here. As apart from the most popular tours we also organize those which will let you learn more about certain subjects on Polish History and Heritage.
The World's most notorious place of genocide and mass grave. Started in 1940 as a concentration camp for Polish political prisoners, in 1942 it became the centre for the extermination of European Jews. In 1940-1945 the Nazis killed about 1.5 million people there, mainly Jews but also Poles, Gypsies, Russian POWs and people of other nations. Duration: 6-7 hours. Minivan transport guaranteed if booking made for 2 or more people.
Wieliczka Salt Mine
The Salt Mine at Wieliczka is listed among UNESCO's World Cultural Heritage monuments. One of the oldest salt mines in Europe. Visitors may take a walk of 3 km through 3 levels in the Salt Mine down to 136 meters below ground level through chambers and passageways excavated in the 17th century. On the way visitors see underground chambers and chapels hewn out in the saltrock, statues of saints sculpted in salt, and saline lakes. Please note that inside temperature is always 12°C. Duration: 4.5-5 hour.
Operated daily morning all year long. During our city tour you get general impression of the Poland's capital completed by walks. On foot you pass the Royal Route with its aristocratic residences, historic churches and famous statues. Historical sites as the Ghetto Memorial, the Monument of Warsaw Uprising, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Grand Theatre, Chopin's monument, the Belvedere Palace and then get all the way to the Old Town. Here you enjoy a walking tour passing by the Castle Square, King Sigismund's Column, St. John's Cathedral, the Old Town Market Square and the Barbican.