Jewish heritage tour 7 days, 6 nights

The tour combines the most important Jewish sites of Warsaw, Krakow and Lublin, but also few tourist attractions, like  excursion to Wieliczka Salt Mine and Zakopane.

The tour includes private visits at two former Nazi concentration camps of Auschwitz-Bikenau and Majdanek.

Day 1. Warsaw

Arrival in Warsaw airport, welcome meeting with our guide. Tour of Jewish sites in Warsaw including Nozyk synagogue, Jewish cemetery, Umschlagplatz, Polin Museum and the former ghetto area. Welcome dinner at a local restaurant. Transfer to the hotel for overnight.

Day 2. Warsaw

After breakfast, sightseeing of Warsaw including Old Town area, Lazienki Park, the Royal Route, Royal Castle Square, Warsaw Uprising Monument and other tourist attractions. Free time in the Old Town. Dinner at local restaurant and overnight at the hotel.

Day 3. Warsaw - Kazmierz Dolny - Majdanek - Lublin

Breakfast at the hotel. Transfer to Kazimierz Dolny, the artictoc village picturesquely located at the bank of Vistula river. You will visit the Synagogue at Maly Rynek and market square in Kazimierz Dolny. Transfer to Majdanek the former concentration camp. Then sightseeing of remains of Jewish culture in Lublin. Dinner and overnight at the hotel in Lublin.

Day 4. Lublin - Lancut - Krakow

After breakfast transfer to Lancut to visit the Baroque synagogue. Later, transfer to Krakow. Walking sightseeing of the Old Town area and Wawel Hill including dinner at local restaurant. Transfer to the hotel for overnight.

Day 5. Krakow - zakopane - wieliczka - Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel and excursion to Zakopane - the resort located in Tatra Mountains. Transfer back to Krakow, visit to Wieliczka Salt Mine on the route. Dinner with Polish folklore show at local restaurant in Wieliczka. Overnight at the hotel in Krakow.

Day 6. Krakow - Auschwitz - Krakow

Meet your guide and driver at hotel’s lobby and take a half day trip to Museum of Auschwitz-Birkenau. The former concentration camp has become the symbol of Holocaust and the “centre of the world’s conscience”. During the Second World War the Nazis used to murder people here in the industrialized manner. Around 1,5 million people of various nations died in gas chambers, crematories and as a result of the horrendous and inhuman conditions.
Transfer back to Krakow for dinner and overnight.

Day 7. Krakow

Breakfast at the hotel, transfer to Schindler's factory and then to Kazimierz - Jewish quarter in Krakow. Visit the Remuh synagogue, Old synagogue with cemetery and many other sites associated with the history of Krakow Jews. In the evening transfer to Krakow airport and flight home.