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Arrival at Gdansk Airport. Transfer by bus to your hotel and check in. Afternoon half day tour of Gdansk Old Town and We will start from short walk of Gdansk Old City: St. Mary’s Church, City Hall, Golden and Green Gates, Neptune Fountain, Long Street. Afterward we visit the Solidarity Centre Foundation ‘Roads to Freedom’ Exhibition..The ‘Roads to Freedom’ exhibition concentrates on the history of Poland during the 1956- 1989 years. ‘Solidarność’, a political and social movement, was originated on the area of the former Lenin Shipyard in Gdańsk in 1980. After visiting we back to Hotel. Dinner and overnight stay in Gdansk.
Westerplatte – Warsaw
Breakfast and check out. Morning tour to Westerplatte small peninsula a few kilometers from the city centre. Gdansk was the first target of military actions taken by Germans in 1939. The exact location of the first battle of World War 2 was Westerplatte. After the visit we will continue our tour to Warsaw. Dinner and overnight stay in Warsaw.
Morning guided half day tour of Warsaw. Local guide will show you one of the largest city in Poland; the Polish capital. During the tour you will visit the city’s most important and interesting monuments. Among other things, the Royal Castle, Old Town and New Town Market Square and the Palace – of Culture and Science. After the lunch we will visit the Warszawa Uprising Museum, which presents the events of 1944 in a modern way. Dinner and overnight stay in Warsaw.
Krakow – Auschwitz – Birkeanu
Breakfast and check out. After breakfast we depart to Krakow via Auschwitz. The Auschwitz – Birkenau Memorial has become the world’s symbol of the Holocaust, terror, genocide, and the crimes of World War II. It was established by Germans in 1940, in the suburbs of Oswiecim (about 60 km from Krakow), a Polish city that was annexed to the Third Reich by the Nazis. In 1979 former concentration camp was entered on the UNESCO World Heritage List. After sightseeing we will go to Krakow. Dinner and overnight stay in Krakow.
Krakow – Wieliczka Salt Mine
After the breakfast half day tour of Krakow with local guide (duration 4 hours) around magical Old Town (UNESCO) with it’s most important and spectacular monuments: Main Market Square, St. Mary’s Basilica, Cloth Hall, Wawel Hill and Cathedral. Afternoon 3,5 hours tour to Wieliczka Salt Mine UNESCO`s listed, the only one salt mine in the world preserved in this condition, visited by more than 1 million tourists a year. Visitors may take a walk of 2¸5 km through 3 levels in the Salt Mine down to 135 meters below ground level (400 steps), through underground lakes, various interesting geological forms, galleries, chambers and chapels.
Dinner and overnight stay in Krakow.
Nowa Huta – Berlin
Breakfast and check out. After breakfast we depart to Berlin via Nowa Huta District the ‘ideal city’, built in the 1940s. Nowa Huta is perfect place to understand the paradoxes of communism. A model communist city built in the monumental socialist-realist style in a country that had just suffered great loses during the Second World War. After sightseeing transfer to Berlin. Dinner and overnight stay in Berlin.
After the breakfast half day tour of Berlin. Modern Berlin seems a lifetime away from what it was during the Second World War but the traces of the Nazi regime and the suffering it caused are everywhere. The guide will show you the main sights of Berlin. We will introduce you to the most important monuments and we will give you a great overview of the city, including: Pariser Platz, The Brandenburg Gate, The Reichstag, The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, The Site of Hitler’s Former Bunker, The Berlin Wall, The Former SS Headquarters, Gendarmenmarkt , Bebelplatz,The Book Burning Memorial, The Old Royal Boulevard, Neue Wache,The TV Tower. Afternoon free for shopping. Dinner and overnight stay in Berlin.
After the breakfast we will go to Museum Sachsenhausen. The Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp was built in the summer of 1936 by concentration camp prisoners from the Emsland camps. It was the first new camp to be established after Reichsführer-SS Heinrich Himmler was appointed Chief of the German Police in 1936. After the sightseeing free time for lunch. Then we will go the next The Women’s Concentration Camp. After sightseeing we will back to Berlin. Dinner and overnight stay in Berlin.
A transfer will be offered to the Berlin International Airport.