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Jewish Heritage Tour of Poland

11 Days / 10 Nights

Warsaw, Lodz, Krakow, Rzeszow, Lublin, Warsaw

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Jews can trace their heritage in Poland back over a thousand years. Originally reaching the Polish lands in medieval times as traveling merchants, eventually, Poland's Jewish community grew to be the largest in the world until WWII broke out. The sad and horrific truth of the Holocaust was that many perished at the hands of the Nazis, as they sought to eradicate all traces of Jewish culture and heritage. The situation didn't improve under the Communist regime either. Yet many hundreds of Jewish sites remain, such as schools, synagogues, cemeteries, rabbis' houses. Some are in ruins but many others have been restored, though few are still in use as Jewish houses of worship.

This private tour itinerary provides the opportunity to anyone looking to explore their own Polish-Jewish heritage. It incorporates many of the key sites and cities, including the large cities of Warsaw, Krakow, and Lodz, but also Rzeszow and Lublin. As a customizable itinerary, this should be taken as a basis for modification. Should you wish, we can arrange a genealogist to investigate family history through local records, and include a visit to anywhere of personal interest to you.

One of our team members in the region will be available to you leading up to and during your trip to answer any questions and arrange additional local services. You will receive access to your Guest Page, with its information on the best these destinations have to offer, including things to see and do, and other insider tips such as restaurant recommendations and interesting local events. In all of our destinations, we offer a variety of memorable 3-5 star accommodation options, including boutique hotels, charming B&Bs, and spacious apartments. With our first-hand experience, we can ensure they are all clean, comfortable, and centrally located, with local ambiance.
Route for Warsaw, Lodz, Krakow, Rzeszow, Lublin, Warsaw tour

2 Nights in Warsaw

2 Nights in Warsaw

3 days in Warsaw
3 days in Warsaw

2 Nights in Warsaw

Warsaw, the capital of Poland and its largest city, has bounced back from the devastation of World War II, reconstructing the historic center, and earning UNESCO World Heritage status in the process. This is a bustling metropolis with a charm that’s distinct from other cities in Poland. Here you’ll find art museums and theaters galore, with lively performances and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as frequent festivals of all sorts. The culinary scene here is top-notch, with several well-respected restaurants offering classics of Polish cuisine and modern masterpieces from European gastronomy. Warsaw has distinct neighborhoods that are perfect for exploring on foot, but it’s also fun to get an appreciation for the size of the city by being chauffeured. You can explore different layers of Warsaw’s history, from World War II to its Jewish heritage and communist past. You’ll definitely want to sample the local cuisine while you explore the city, and there’s no shortage of opportunities to do so, from street stalls to fine dining. When you’re ready to go farther afield, the region surrounding Warsaw offers gorgeous lakes, castles and other notable cities and villages. There is no shortage of ways to enjoy your time in this vibrant city.

Warsaw, the capital of Poland and its largest city, has bounced back from the devastation of World War II, reconstructing the historic center, and earning UNESCO World Heritage status in the process. This is a bustling metropolis with a charm that’s distinct from other cities in Poland. Here you’ll find art museums and theaters galore, with lively performances and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as frequent festivals of all sorts. The culinary scene here is top-notch, with several well-respected restaurants offering classics of Polish cuisine and modern masterpieces from European gastronomy. Warsaw has distinct neighborhoods that are perfect for exploring on foot, but it’s also fun to get an appreciation for the size of the city by being chauffeured. You can explore different layers of Warsaw’s history, from World War II to its Jewish heritage and communist past. You’ll definitely want to sample the local cuisine while you explore the city, and there’s no shortage of opportunities to do so, from street stalls to fine dining. When you’re ready to go farther afield, the region surrounding Warsaw offers gorgeous lakes, castles and other notable cities and villages. There is no shortage of ways to enjoy your time in this vibrant city.

Day 1

Day 1 - Arrival in Warsaw

Welcome to Warsaw! We'll arrange for a driver to meet you at the airport and take you to your accommodation in the city center.

A Millenia of Jewish History

Suggestion to explore on your own

Standing on the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto, the relatively new POLIN Museum has become one of Europe's most famous museums devoted to Jews. There, you can explore over a millennia of Jewish history, from Poland's first Jewish settlers, to the period just after World War II. It's a vast place, with impressive architecture and plenty of content to read, watch, and interact with. After you've delved into the past, fill yourself up at the museum's restaurant, which offers Jewish, Polish, and international dishes, some kosher.

Day 2

Day 2 - Your First Full Day in Warsaw

Jewish Warsaw Full Day Private Tour including a visit to Treblinka

Jewish Warsaw Full Day Private Tour including a visit to Treblinka

Included in your vacation package price.

Warsaw used to be one-third Jewish and home to the biggest Jewish diaspora, second only to New York. Although we shared hundreds of years of history together, it was tragically stopped by the Nazis during the Holocaust. Warsaw’s has properly preserved these memories with numerous points of interests with the majority stressing the biggest Jewish ghetto in history. After seeing all the important landmark places inside Warsaw, you will travel to Treblinka. It's the second largest Nazi extermination camp located just 100 kilometers (62 miles) away from Warsaw.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 10 hours

Day 3

Day 3 - Traveling to Lodz by Private Transfer

Today you'll be picked up from your Warsaw accommodations and taken to Lodz. While this non-guided transfer involves two hours of driving, we have added a stop en route at Zyrardow to visit its 19th century Jewish cemetery.

Lodz by Private Transfer with a Stop in Zyrardow
We also offer the following excursions in Warsaw

Best of Classic Warsaw Private Tour by Communist Minibus
Moderate3 hours
Chopin Concert Tickets
Easy1 hour
Evening Warsaw Group Tour by Communist Minibus
Light3 hours
Green Warsaw Bike Private Tour
Moderate3 hours 30 minutes

1 Night in Lodz

1 Night in Lodz

2 days in Lodz
2 days in Lodz

1 Night in Lodz

Formerly obscure, the industrial revolution brought fame and workers to Lodz (pronounced "WOAH-dz") from around Europe, including many Germans and Jews. Once known as the "Polish Manchester," this 19th century boomtown period is still reflected in the city's vast repurposed textile mills, grand mansions, and renovated workers' tenements. The Nazi occupation was especially rough, as Lodz became home to occupied Europe's second largest Jewish ghetto, but ask Poles about the city today, and they'll tell you about its illustrious cinematic history. The city's National Film School has trained world-famous auteurs, including Andrzej Wajda, and the city's 19th century period has served as the setting for celebrated books and films. Today, the city is booming again, as an IT powerhouse, funding impressive new museums and the refurbishment of the city's stunning facades, which really put the "woah" in Lodz.

Formerly obscure, the industrial revolution brought fame and workers to Lodz (pronounced "WOAH-dz") from around Europe, including many Germans and Jews. Once known as the "Polish Manchester," this 19th century boomtown period is still reflected in the city's vast repurposed textile mills, grand mansions, and renovated workers' tenements. The Nazi occupation was especially rough, as Lodz became home to occupied Europe's second largest Jewish ghetto, but ask Poles about the city today, and they'll tell you about its illustrious cinematic history. The city's National Film School has trained world-famous auteurs, including Andrzej Wajda, and the city's 19th century period has served as the setting for celebrated books and films. Today, the city is booming again, as an IT powerhouse, funding impressive new museums and the refurbishment of the city's stunning facades, which really put the "woah" in Lodz.

Day 3

Day 3 - Arrival in Lodz

Upon your arrival to Lodz, our driver will take you to your accommodation.

Lodz Jewish Private Walking Tour

Lodz Jewish Private Walking Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Our experienced local partner will be delighted to guide you through Lodz - the third biggest Polish city and at the same time one of the most unique and mysterious places not only in Poland but also in Europe. Discover this former textile city full of contradictions where magnificent villas and palaces contrast with modest workers houses and the gothic-like factories, creating the atmosphere of separate cities within the city.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 4 hours

The Distinctive and Captivating Flavors of Jewish Cuisine

Suggestion to explore on your own

If you seek a place with traditional, homemade food, head for Anatewka. There, you'll enjoy a mixture of traditional Polish and Jewish cuisine. Added to the restaurant's live music, you're in for an unforgettable night.

The Distinctive and Captivating Flavors of Jewish Cuisine

Day 4

Day 4 - Traveling to Krakow by Private Transfer

A driver will pick you up from your accommodations in Lodz and take you to Krakow. The journey should take about four hours, but you'll enjoy non-guided stops en route at Piotrkow Trybunalski to visit its synagogue and 18th century Jewish cemetery, and Kielce where you'll visit another synagogue and Jewish cemetery.

Krakow by Private Transfer with Piotrkow Trybunalski and Kielce Stops

3 Nights in Krakow

3 Nights in Krakow

4 days in Krakow
4 days in Krakow

3 Nights in Krakow

Krakow may not be the largest city in Poland, but it is by far the most popular with travelers. Less industrial than Warsaw, Krakow was once Poland’s royal capital, and unlike the rest of the country, came out of World War II with its gorgeous architecture mostly unscathed. One glance at the city’s perfectly preserved and restored Old Town and it will be abundantly clear why Krakow is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. This compact historical district houses the largest square in Europe, where you can stroll, shop from the market, and sample some tasty Polish delicacies. Krakow’s cultural life is rich and there are more than enough classical and jazz concerts to attend during your stay. Just walk through Old Town any evening and you’ll find warmly lit cafes, restaurants and bars. Some of the most prominent sites in and around the city are linked with the grim, albeit highly important historical facts, as evidenced by the memorials in the Jewish Kazimierz district and the Auschwitz concentration camp located nearby - chilling and vivid reminders of World War II. You can also explore Poland’s natural wonders from Krakow, with visits to the atmospheric Wieliczka Salt Mine, and the Tatra Mountains all comfortable day trips.

Krakow may not be the largest city in Poland, but it is by far the most popular with travelers. Less industrial than Warsaw, Krakow was once Poland’s royal capital, and unlike the rest of the country, came out of World War II with its gorgeous architecture mostly unscathed. One glance at the city’s perfectly preserved and restored Old Town and it will be abundantly clear why Krakow is on the UNESCO World Heritage list. This compact historical district houses the largest square in Europe, where you can stroll, shop from the market, and sample some tasty Polish delicacies. Krakow’s cultural life is rich and there are more than enough classical and jazz concerts to attend during your stay. Just walk through Old Town any evening and you’ll find warmly lit cafes, restaurants and bars. Some of the most prominent sites in and around the city are linked with the grim, albeit highly important historical facts, as evidenced by the memorials in the Jewish Kazimierz district and the Auschwitz concentration camp located nearby - chilling and vivid reminders of World War II. You can also explore Poland’s natural wonders from Krakow, with visits to the atmospheric Wieliczka Salt Mine, and the Tatra Mountains all comfortable day trips.

Day 4

Day 4 - Arrival in Krakow

When you arrive in Krakow, your driver will bring you straight to your centrally located accommodation.

Our representative will then meet with you to answer any questions you have and to get you settled for the rest of your trip.

Jewish Dinner and Klezmer Concert in Kazimierz

Jewish Dinner and Klezmer Concert in Kazimierz

Included in your vacation package price.

In the heart of Krakow’s former Jewish district Kazimierz, you will find one of the most well-established restaurants in the city named "Klezmer Hois". Inside the sixteenth century building awaits for you an artistic and culinary offer referring to the pre-war Jewish Kazimierz. We invite you to discover the taste of Jewish cuisine and the charm of klezmer music.


Activity Level : Easy
Duration : 2 hours

Day 5

Day 5 - Your First Full Day in Krakow

Kazimierz Highlights of Jewish Heritage Private Tour

Kazimierz Highlights of Jewish Heritage Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

This three-hour excursion will show you some of the most important sites of Jewish culture in Krakow. These include seven synagogues (you'll go inside two of them), Helena Rubinstein House, "Schindler's List" film locations, and much more. We invite you to learn about the 800 years of Jewish history and discover what the Jewish community was before, during, and after the war.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 3 hours

Ghetto and Schindler's Factory Private Tour

Ghetto and Schindler's Factory Private Tour

This three-hour tour with an expert local guide will give you an immersion into Krakow's Jewish culture, centering around the tragic events of World War II. From the Jewish Ghetto to Schindler's Factory, you'll see all of the most significant sites of Jewish history here. Along the way your guide will answer your questions and tell you everything you need to know about the life, times and tragedies of the Jewish people in Krakow.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 3 hours

Day 6

Day 6 - Your Second Full Day in Krakow

Auschwitz-Birkenau Private Tour

Auschwitz-Birkenau Private Tour

Included in your vacation package price.

Here's an excursion for anyone interested in learning more about World War II. The Auschwitz-Birkenau complex was established in 1940 and throughout the five years of its inglorious operation over 1.5 million Jews, Poles, Italians and Frenchman perished here. The museum was founded in 1947, combining the area of KL Auschwitz (Auschwitz I) in Oswiecim and the Birkenau camp (Auschwitz II) in Brzezinka. It comprises approximately 150 buildings and 300 ruins. The original roads, fences, watchtowers and railway ramps have been preserved, and the buildings house the collection of original exhibits and documents.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 6 hours

A Contemporary Look at the Jewish Civilisation History in Poland

Suggestion to explore on your own

Galicia Jewish Museum presents an emotional and informative exhibition showcasing the struggle of Jewish families through the WWII. In this small-scale, but educative place, you will come across a lots of pictures with footnotes and descriptions. The intense journey takes you from Krakow to Siberia and eventually to Palestine. Great bookshop and cafe also available on site.

Day 7

Day 7 - Traveling to Rzeszow by Private Transfer

Today it's time to head east, to the city of Rzeszow. After getting picked up from your accommodations, a diver will take you to Tarnow to visit the remaining portion of its 18th century synagogue, and its large 16th century Jewish cemetery. In total, this non-guided journey will take about four hours.

Rzeszow by Private Transfer with a Stop in Tarnow
We also offer the following excursions in Krakow

Auschwitz-Birkenau Group Tour
Moderate6-7 hours
Auschwitz-Birkenau Group Tour with a Private Driver
Moderate6 hours
Auschwitz-Birkenau and Salt Mine Group Tour
Strenuous10 hours
Chopin Music Concert
Easy1 hour

1 Night in Rzeszow

1 Night in Rzeszow

2 days in Rzeszow
2 days in Rzeszow

1 Night in Rzeszow

Located on a key trade route, Rzeszow (pronounced "Zhesch-ohf,") was once known for its craftsmen and large Jewish population. The 20th century was not kind, in part because of the town's key role in resistance to Nazism, but left the stunning buildings its merchants and artisans erected for themselves intact. Once more one of Poland's wealthiest cities, Rzeszow's Old Town makes for a pleasant afternoon's stroll. Be sure to visit the city's Renaissance-style castle, which now serves as a courthouse, and the striking Neogothic/Renaissance Revival city hall.

Located on a key trade route, Rzeszow (pronounced "Zhesch-ohf,") was once known for its craftsmen and large Jewish population. The 20th century was not kind, in part because of the town's key role in resistance to Nazism, but left the stunning buildings its merchants and artisans erected for themselves intact. Once more one of Poland's wealthiest cities, Rzeszow's Old Town makes for a pleasant afternoon's stroll. Be sure to visit the city's Renaissance-style castle, which now serves as a courthouse, and the striking Neogothic/Renaissance Revival city hall.

Day 7

Day 7 - Arrival in Rzeszow

Upon your arrival to Rzeszow, our driver will take you to your accommodation.

Rzeszow Private Walking Tour Including Jewish Sights

Rzeszow Private Walking Tour Including Jewish Sights

Included in your vacation package price.

Enjoy a comprehensive guided tour during which you'll get to know the fascinating history of this Galician town, and also admire the magnificent monuments representing different periods of the city's development. Your knowledgable local guide will introduce you to various interesting parts of the city, including those related to Rzeszow's Jewish heritage. Take a full advantage of your visit and book the tour now!


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 3 hours

Going Deeper Underground

Suggestion to explore on your own

What better way to get to know a place than get underneath it? Among Rzeszow's prime attractions is the 396m-long passage that winds through a series of historic cellars under the central market. The circuit took 17 years to complete and renovate. The cellars date from the 14th to 18th centuries and reach a depth of up to 10m. The 45-minute guided tour illuminates parts of the city's history through the artifacts displayed, all found down here.

Day 8

Day 8 - Traveling to Lublin by Private Transfer

Today a driver will pick you up from your accommodation and take you to Lublin. Along the way, you'll make short non-guided stops at the Jewish cemeteries at Sieniawa and Lezajsk, then enjoy a private Jewish tour of Zamosc, including its preserved 17th century synagogue.

Lublin by Private Transfer with Sieniawa and Lezajsk Stops and Zamosc Tour

2 Nights in Lublin

2 Nights in Lublin

3 days in Lublin
3 days in Lublin

2 Nights in Lublin

Lublin's Old Town may not be as its neighbor to the west, but "The Little Krakow" still punches above its weight, charming with its cobbled streets and preserved architecture. This "Capital of Festivals" has always been a cultural center, and continues to add festivals to its already jam-packed calendar. The Market Square's Old Town Hall is surrounded by merchant's homes and winding lanes, while the castle (which mixes 12th century architecture with a 19th century English Neogothic style provides excellent views. Historically one of Poland's most important cities (especially during the country's golden age), Lublin became famous as a center of Jewish learning and mysticism, granting it a reputation as "the Jewish Oxford," in part because its main yeshiva had the rights and privileges of a university. With its ten universities, Lublin remains a center of learning. With students making up 35% of the population, Lublin has a young feel, with thriving nightlife and an excellent music and arts scene.

Lublin's Old Town may not be as its neighbor to the west, but "The Little Krakow" still punches above its weight, charming with its cobbled streets and preserved architecture. This "Capital of Festivals" has always been a cultural center, and continues to add festivals to its already jam-packed calendar. The Market Square's Old Town Hall is surrounded by merchant's homes and winding lanes, while the castle (which mixes 12th century architecture with a 19th century English Neogothic style provides excellent views. Historically one of Poland's most important cities (especially during the country's golden age), Lublin became famous as a center of Jewish learning and mysticism, granting it a reputation as "the Jewish Oxford," in part because its main yeshiva had the rights and privileges of a university. With its ten universities, Lublin remains a center of learning. With students making up 35% of the population, Lublin has a young feel, with thriving nightlife and an excellent music and arts scene.

Day 8

Day 8 - Arrival in Lublin

Your driver will take you to your accommodations in Lublin.

Genuine Jewish Food with a Charming Atmosphere

Suggestion to explore on your own

Tonight we recommend you dine at Mandragora, which offers authentic, beautifully presented kosher dishes (and Israeli wines) in an upscale, traditional building in the Old Town. You can enjoy live klezmer, and if you're not looking for a sit-down meal, stop by the restaurant's bakery (featuring Shabbat challah on Fridays) and confectionary, which follow pre-war recipes.

Day 9

Day 9 - Your First Full Day in Lublin

Jewish Lublin Private Full Day Tour including a visit to Majdanek

Jewish Lublin Private Full Day Tour including a visit to Majdanek

Included in your vacation package price.

Lublin, cited as the “Little Krakow” is a vibrant place steeped with historical importance, evident by the various landmarks spread throughout the city. Being a home to the Jewish community for centuries, the connections to the settlements formerly inhabited by Jews, can be easily traced in the today's city. Lublin also carries a weight of housing the location of the former nazi camp - Museum Majdanek.


Activity Level : Moderate
Duration : 7 hours

Day 10

Day 10 - Traveling to Warsaw by Private Transfer

Today you're off to Warsaw, once your private driver picks you up from your Lublin accommodations. The drive takes two hours, but we've added stops at Karczew to visit a Jewish cemetery, and a longer stop in Kazimierz Dolny. At the latter, you'll enjoy a private Jewish city tour, visiting the town's 18th century synagogue, Jewish cemetery, and museum, which includes precious Judaica made from gold and silver.

Warsaw by Private Transfer with Karczew Stop and Kazimierz Dolny Tour
We also offer the following excursions in Lublin

Lublin Private Spooky Walking Tour
Moderate4 hours
Lublin Private Walking Tour
Moderate3 hours

1 Night in Warsaw

1 Night in Warsaw

2 days in Warsaw
2 days in Warsaw

1 Night in Warsaw

Warsaw, the capital of Poland and its largest city, has bounced back from the devastation of World War II, reconstructing the historic center, and earning UNESCO World Heritage status in the process. This is a bustling metropolis with a charm that’s distinct from other cities in Poland. Here you’ll find art museums and theaters galore, with lively performances and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as frequent festivals of all sorts. The culinary scene here is top-notch, with several well-respected restaurants offering classics of Polish cuisine and modern masterpieces from European gastronomy. Warsaw has distinct neighborhoods that are perfect for exploring on foot, but it’s also fun to get an appreciation for the size of the city by being chauffeured. You can explore different layers of Warsaw’s history, from World War II to its Jewish heritage and communist past. You’ll definitely want to sample the local cuisine while you explore the city, and there’s no shortage of opportunities to do so, from street stalls to fine dining. When you’re ready to go farther afield, the region surrounding Warsaw offers gorgeous lakes, castles and other notable cities and villages. There is no shortage of ways to enjoy your time in this vibrant city.

Warsaw, the capital of Poland and its largest city, has bounced back from the devastation of World War II, reconstructing the historic center, and earning UNESCO World Heritage status in the process. This is a bustling metropolis with a charm that’s distinct from other cities in Poland. Here you’ll find art museums and theaters galore, with lively performances and exhibitions throughout the year, as well as frequent festivals of all sorts. The culinary scene here is top-notch, with several well-respected restaurants offering classics of Polish cuisine and modern masterpieces from European gastronomy. Warsaw has distinct neighborhoods that are perfect for exploring on foot, but it’s also fun to get an appreciation for the size of the city by being chauffeured. You can explore different layers of Warsaw’s history, from World War II to its Jewish heritage and communist past. You’ll definitely want to sample the local cuisine while you explore the city, and there’s no shortage of opportunities to do so, from street stalls to fine dining. When you’re ready to go farther afield, the region surrounding Warsaw offers gorgeous lakes, castles and other notable cities and villages. There is no shortage of ways to enjoy your time in this vibrant city.

Day 10

Day 10 - Arrival in Warsaw

Welcome to Warsaw! Our driver will take you to your centrally located accommodation.

Day 11

Day 11 - Departure Day

Based on your flight time, we'll arrange for a transfer from your accommodations to Warsaw's main airport.

We also offer the following excursions in Warsaw

Best of Classic Warsaw Private Tour by Communist Minibus
Moderate3 hours
Chopin Concert Tickets
Easy1 hour
Evening Warsaw Group Tour by Communist Minibus
Light3 hours
Green Warsaw Bike Private Tour
Moderate3 hours 30 minutes
What's Included

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Please let us know if you'd like to upgrade any transfers or add any additional tours or excursions to your itinerary.

Warsaw

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Warsaw Airport Transfer (Chopin Airport)
Jewish Warsaw Full Day Private Tour including a visit to Treblinka
Warsaw - Lodz Private Transfer with a Stop in Zyrardow

Lodz

1 Night Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Lodz Jewish Private Walking Tour
Lodz - Krakow Private Transfer with Stops in Piotrkow Trybunalski and Kielce

Krakow

3 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Jewish Dinner and Klezmer Concert in Kazimierz
Kazimierz Highlights of Jewish Heritage Private Tour
Auschwitz-Birkenau Private Tour
Krakow - Rzeszow Private Transfer with a stop in Tarnow

Rzeszow

1 Night Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Rzeszow Private Walking Tour Including Jewish Sights
Rzeszow - Lublin Private Transfer with stops in Zamosc (including a city tour with Jewish Sights) and in Sieniawa and Lezajsk
Zamosc Private City Tour with Jewish Sights

Lublin

2 Nights Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Jewish Lublin Private Full Day Tour including a visit to Majdanek
Lublin - Warsaw Private Transfer with Stops in Kazimierz Dolny (including a city tour with Jewish Sights) and in Karczew

Warsaw

1 Night Accommodation
Breakfast (hotels only)
Warsaw Airport Transfer (Chopin Airport)
The package excludes:

  • Flights to and from Europe.
  • Tips for Tour Guides, Drivers and Local Reps.
  • Meals (other than breakfast if included in room rate and meals listed as included in food tours and excursions, unless explicitly stated otherwise).
  • Parking fees for your Rental Car (if you are booking one with us) unless otherwise indicated. Some hotels provide free parking facilities.
  • Travel Insurance. See the insurance link on our website
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We've personally inspected and tested all the hotels and local tour providers we work with to ensure quality.
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Your Europe-based Tour Manager will be in touch by email and phone a month before you arrive to finalize timings.
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