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Feast your senses on the delectable bites and cultural sights of Wroclaw during a 3.5-hour culinary walking tour led by a gastronome guide. With a group of fellow food-lovers, pleasure your palate with authentic Polish food in a selection of hand-picked restaurants. Observe the evolution of Polish cuisine as you visit four popular eateries to sample 13-14 types of Polish classics. Listen to illuminating commentary from your knowledgeable guide and gain valuable insight into the rich history of Poland during this enriching cultural experience
From Wrocław, take a day for a sobering visit to the former Nazi concentration camp complex of Auschwitz-Birkenau. Come face to face with the murderous history of World War II and the Nazis as you tour two concentration camps where more than a million people perished. See some of the facilities of Auschwitz and Birkenau as you attempt to grapple with the horrors that occurred there and the legacy of the Holocaust. Your tour includes transportation by minibus, entrance fees, snacks, and hotel pickup and drop-off in Wrocław.
This walking tour allows you to get to know the city at its fullest. You can walk in relaxed and easy way with your friednly and knowlagble local guide in English, who is going to tell you the most important, interesting and intriguing stories about the city of Wroclaw
Make the most of your time in Poland during this full-day excursion to Lower Silesia and visit both the Ksiaz Castle and Church of Peace without the hassle of public transit. Listen as your guide brings the area’s history to life and dispels myths about World War II. Plus, letting someone else drive means you can enjoy the scenery en route.
This memorable tour lets you experience the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial at its fullest. This historic site is a worldwide symbol of the terror, genocide and the Holocaust. A guided visit of both sections makes it possible to understand this unique place in its entirety.
Finding your way around Wrocław can tricky on your first visit. Gain a useful overview on a morning tour, and zip between dispersed attractions with ease via e-scooter. Cruise by landmarks including Grunwaldzki Bridge and Church of St. Vincent, hearing your local guide’s insights clearly with complimentary use of headsets, and benefit from the small-group tour size for a more intimate experience.
Take part in an emotional fully-guided tour of the whole camp complex located in Auschwitz and Birkenau.
See the original camp's relics.
Learn an unforgettable lesson of World War II's tragic history.
Pay respect to all victims of the Holocaust.
Gain valuable insight into the history and culture of Wroclaw on a private 3-hour walking tour of the vibrant Polish city. With a knowledgeable guide, experience an enriching combination of prominent landmarks and hidden corners while listening to illuminating commentary. Admire the Gothic grandeur of Cathedral Island; ascend to the top of St John the Baptist Cathedral’s colossal tower; and capture the ambient spirit of Main Market Square during a relaxed stroll.
Stunning landscapes and historical monuments await you on this full-day tour of Lower Silesia from Wroclaw. From your guide, you’ll receive an introduction to the region’s turbulent history as you visit prominent landmarks such as Książ — Poland’s third largest castle — and the Churches of Peace. Then, choose to admire either Complex Osówka, underground chambers formerly inhabited by Hitler, or to see the biggest concentration camp in Lower Silesia, Gross-Rosen. Refreshments and round-trip transport from your Wroclaw hotel are included in the tour.
This amazing photo technique have almast 200 yers old. Wet Plate is a chemical process as much as it is a photographic process. It takes you back to the roots of the first recorded images. I take pictures using antique wood camera with the bellows. By creating your own emulsion and making photo on glass, it makes each plate a unique piece of art.
Discover little-known World War II sites in Lower Silesia and learn about life in Nazi-occupied Poland, on this full-day tour from Wroclaw. Visit Krzyzowa, the home of the Polish resistance; the Gross-Rosen Nazi concentration camp; Ksiaz Castle, which served as an important Nazi headquarters during the war; and the remains of the Osówka Complex, a Nazi underground city.
Discover the oldest part of the city where the history of Wroclaw started over 1100 years ago. In a small group, limited to 10 people, you will see and learn more about the pearls of the Gothic and Baroque architecture: the Cathedral of John the Baptist, Church of the Holy Cross and other ancient churches of Wroclaw. Your passionate, local guide will reveal to you interesting facts and legends of the famous islands of Wroclaw.
• Visit the Cathedral Island – a very special and authentic place illuminated with the gas lanterns
• Visit the Sand Island with the monumental Church of Our Lady on the Sand.
• Listen to insightful information about Wroclaw history and legends of the islands; including the adventures of Casanova’s visit to Wroclaw, legend of the Dumpling Gate and many others.
• For those who would like to see more – there is also the possibility to visit the inside of the Cathedral
• 2 h walking tour with an expert, local guide
• Small groups limited to a maximum of 10 people.
This full day tour from Wroclaw gives you a great oportunity to visit the most outstanding atraction of Lower Silesia - UNESCO World Heritage-listed Church of Peace in Swidnica. Accompanied by a knowledgeable guide, travelling by comfortable minivan/coach you can spend a great day out finding out about the fascinating history of the province admiring as well spectacular countryside. It is a perfect offer for those who like to combine guide tours of heritage and culture with spending some time close to the nature.
Visit the site of the most famous escape of World War II from a German prisoner-of-war camp that went down in history as “The Great Escape”.
In a tiny compound 600 men worked for a year in secrecy on the tunnels named Tom, Dick, and Harry. Finally, on the night of 24th of March 1944, 76 prisoners managed to escape from the camp through the Harry tunnel but soon after 73 were recaptured during the chase. Outraged, Hitler ordered to shoot dead fifty of them which was an appalling abrogation of the Geneva Convention.
Find out more about those dramatic events at the Museum of Allied POW Camps in Żagań, visit the grounds of Stalag Luft III and the memorial to the brave airmen who paid the highest price for an escape they considered a soldier's duty.
Get the most out of limited time in Poland and discover the most scenic attractions in Lower Silesia in half a day. Take the stress out of figuring out local public transport routes, and enjoy the benefit of having round-trip private transport included. Travel with ease between dispersed sites and enjoy exploring Ksiaz Castle, and the Church of Peace in Swidnica on foot.
This is the ultimate whistle-stop tour around Wroclaw, and perfect for visitors with limited time. You’ll spend time outdoors, and get access to places that you couldn’t reach by public transport, such as small cobblestoned streets. See multiple city highlights such as the medieval market square, the Town Hall, the Jewish neighborhood, Ostrow Tumski, and Centennial Hall. With guide commentary, you’ll get useful insider tips too.
Poland is known for its incredible vodka, and this delicious Wroclaw vodka tour will introduce you to multiple flavors, as well as many top Wroclaw sites. You’ll travel in a small-group, so you’ll have a more personalized experience and better access to your guide. Learn about the history of Polish vodka, and visit four local pubs and restaurants. Your vodkas will be accompanied by tasty snacks, so you won’t go hungry either.
Swap Wroclaw for a day admiring the outdoor beauty of the Czech Republic. You won’t have to worry about driving on unfamiliar mountain roads as hotel pickup, drop-off, and transfers are included. Travel with ease across the border, admiring stunning countryside views along the way. Once you get to Rock City, a trail takes you past incredible natural rock formations and stunning panoramic views.
This is an ideal choice for travelers with limited time in Poland. Save time waiting for public transport, and reap the benefits of having a private driver for the day. After a hotel pickup, travel to the Churches of Peace in Swidnica, and Jawor. Enjoy plenty of time to explore each site independently while the driver waits for you.
Wrocław is home to a collection of small dwarf statues that can be spotted throughout the city. With the help of a local guide, play a game where you follow clues that lead you to the dwarves; the goal is to find as many as possible with your team. You can get to know the city and get great photo ops during this fun activity scheduled exclusively for your private group.
Would you like to discover the most popular attractions of Wroclaw? This tour is designed for those who wish to see the essential parts of Wroclaw in a 3-hour guided tour.
Together with your expert local guide, you will visit the oldest part of the city – the famous islands of Wroclaw - the Cathedral and the Sand Islands.You will also discover the most popular trading place of Wroclaw – the Market Hall. Then on the way to the city center, you will learn more about Wroclaw University, one of the principal monuments within the region.
This tour includes a stop at the old jail before visiting the Shambles - a scenic street and former butchers’ area. Your walk will end at the historical Main Square, which is without doubt the beating heart of our city; with picturesque tenement buildings and the most spectacular structure in the whole city – The Old Town Hall.
Your expert, English – speaking local guide will share the essential facts and history of Wroclaw so you too can feel like a local.
Local history and culture is our passion and after seeing how inspiring Wroclaw is to tourists, we have decided to start organizing these guided tours around the city onour own. Over the years we were able to organize a wider group of friends who share the same passion, and as of now we are proud to operate a little company specializing in providing tourists with the best experience of Wroclaw they can possibly have.
We have over five years of experience working as guides and we want to share our knowledge of Wroclaw.
Our goal is to make the experience as immersive and educational as possible, so during our trip we will not only explain the history and traditions of Wroclaw to you, but will try to engage in a dialogue to make the trip as interesting and fun as possible for our guests.
Immerse yourself in the culinary traditions of Wroclaw by learning how to make the Polish national dish: pierogi. During this small-group class with a food-loving guide, you’ll go hands-on in the pursuit of the best pierogi, an experience that takes you beyond just eating in local restaurants. While you cook you’ll enjoy snacks, beer, and conversation, learning about the country’s culture, history, and cuisine.
Let yourself be surprised by the rocks of Adršpach - a national nature reserve in the Czech Republic, Immerse yourself in the real-life locations seen on-screen in the fantasy film The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe