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Warsaw

  • Old town and Warsaw Castle – see how the city rebuilt itself after WWII; walk along the city’s main attractions such as the gothic St John’s Cathedral, the neo-classical Royal Route and the magnificent Lazienki Park
  • Dawne Smaki for dinner- this is as Polish as it gets. The restaurant offered an authentic assortment of meats, cheeses, dumplings, and perogies. Polish dancers performed an interactive show and encouraged the visitors to join in. Following the meal, the restaurant provided a complementary taste of Polish made vodka.
  • Polish Your Cooking – during this cooking class you will learn the culinary secrets which have been handed down from generation to generation; be ready for a feast of a lifetime you’ll eat your own prepared meal during the class
  • Saxon Garden – it was inspired by Versailles. Renting bikes in the Saxon Gardin is a nice reprieve from the hustle and bustle of city life in Warsaw.

Krakow

  • Architecture – Krakow is a treasure trove of gothic and renaissance architecture. Walk along some of the city’s main highlights such as the Wawel Cathedral on Wawel Hill, Mariacki Church and the Town Hall
    • sink in the hustle of narrow, intimate streets filled with shops, cafés, galleries and restaurants to discover Krakow
  • Kaziemierz – Krakow’s Jewish Quarter – learn about the district that housed Krakow’s Jewish population for over 500 years, and visit some of the oldest synagogues and monuments in the country, plus some of the best restaurants and nightlife in Krakow
    • A tour of the Jewish quarter is a good precursor to visiting Auschwitz. Being in the location of the familiar historical tragedy evokes emotions that cannot be felt by simply looking at photos. The film Schindler’s List, among other Holocaust based productions, were filmed in the streets of the Jewish quarters and ghettos that still remain today.
  • Auschwitz concentration camp – take a guided tour of the largest, most notorious German concentration camp and uncover the grim history of Auschwitz and its holocaust victims.
  • Wieliczka Salt Mines – take a breathtaking underground tour of one of the world’s oldest operating salt mines and see its various altars, statues and works of art carved out of salt

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