Trover photo by Sylwia Olejn
Known for Nature and Historical Building
Around 1.5 million people—Jews, Poles, and political prisoners—died at the hands of the Nazis at Auschwitz-Birkenau. See for yourself where the atrocities of the Nazis' “Final Solution” were carried out on this poignant guided tour of the Auschwitz-Birkenau Memorial and Museum.
The Salt Mine of Wieliczka has for a long time been a first-rate tourist attraction on a worldwide scale. In 1978 was entered on the UNESCO First World Cultural and Natural Heritage List. The Salt Mine welcomes visitors the whole year round and is still the working enterprise.
Nothing reflects the spirit of the people and culture as the cuisine. Wonderful evening in beautiful scenery with traditional Polish musicians, dancers, and delicious food. All you can eat and drink buffet in an authentic Polish restaurant overlooking the Kryspinow lake.
Journey to Poland's spiritual heart in the town of Czestochowa. Retrace the footsteps of millions of pilgrims who have been coming here for hundreds of years to gaze upon what is considered a miraculous image of the “Black Madonna,” housed in the town's Jasna Gora Monastery.