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Historical Trails

Historical Trails
Jewish Heritage

Jewish Heritage

1 day

Polish – Jewish history has been entwined for centuries. Jewish community paid key role in Polish society before WWII. Unfortunately, the peaceful coexistence of both nations dramatically finished with calamity of the war. Now, both nations search...

Łódź - Flagship of Polish Industrial Revolution

Łódź - Flagship of Polish Industrial Revolution

1 day

Łódź is the most centrally located city in Poland. It is famous for its textile industry and Jewish heritage. It is an iconic city of industrial revolution in Poland. Nowadays, the city has over 677 thousand of inhabitants but agglomeration boasts...

Warsaw's Landmarks

Warsaw's Landmarks

1 day

Warsaw is often referred to as a Fenix city as it arose again, beautiful as ever, from the ashes of WWII. UNESCO has acknowledge its meticulous reconstruction enlisting Warsaw's Old Town at the famous World Heritage List. Discover the most interes...

Frederic Chopin Footsteps

Frederic Chopin Footsteps

1 day

Frédéric François Chopin was a Polish composer and virtuoso pianist of the Romantic era who wrote primarily for solo piano. He has maintained worldwide renown as a leading musician of his era, whose poetic genius was based on a professional techni...

Out of Warsaw's Hustle & Bustle

Out of Warsaw's Hustle & Bustle

1 day

Warsaw is a remarkable agglomeration. Still, if you plan to spend some more time in Poland, it is good to discover also the capital's surrounding. Feel the atmosphere outside the big city and immerse yourself in Polish rural countryside and try ou...

Warsaw's Palaces

Warsaw's Palaces

1 day

Forget the hectic atmosphere of Polish capital city. Immerse yourself in the beautiful world of royal palaces, parks and gardens. Discover Wilanów Palace and discover enchanting love story of a king and his wife. Stroll among beautiful baroque gar...

WWII Victim's Tribute

WWII Victim's Tribute

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Warsaw was destroyed four times during World War II. The first destruction took place during the bombing of the capital in September 1939. After the fall of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising in May 1943, the entire district was razed to the ground. Durin...

Warsaw Pilgrimage

Warsaw Pilgrimage

1 day

Poland is well known for being one of the last countries in the old continent with huge Roman Catholic population. Being in Warsaw it is worth to see, apart from obvious capital's landmarks, also the religious heritage of the country. Visit the mo...

School Trip to Łódź

School Trip to Łódź

1 day

Łódź is the most centrally located city in Poland. It is famous for its textile industry and Jewish heritage. It is an iconic city of industrial revolution in Poland. Nowadays, the city has over 677 thousand of inhabitants but agglomeration boasts...

Lublin - Eastern Gate of Poland

Lublin - Eastern Gate of Poland

1 day

There is no bigger and more dynamic city on the eastern side of the Vistula than Lublin. It owes it to its centuries-old history, the location at the crossroads of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth and the intriguing mosaic of various cultures. D...

Active Fun Near Warsaw

Active Fun Near Warsaw

1 day

The visit to the Museum of the Mazovian Countryside in Sierpc is a real journey into the past, surprising discoveries and, above all, an inspiring encounter with the world famous Polish products: folklore and rituals of countryside. It is also a g...

Beacons of Kazimierz Dolny and Janowiec

Beacons of Kazimierz Dolny and Janowiec

1 day

Kazimierz Dolny is one of the most bohemian Polish small towns. It is picturesquely situated at a hill by Vistula river and is especially famous for its art galleries and outdoor painting sessions as it is a town loved by Polish artists. It is als...

Architectural Highlights of Lower Silesia

Architectural Highlights of Lower Silesia

1 day

Lower Silesia region is probably the richest in the country in terms of castles and palaces. We want to invite you to see the biggest and the most imposing of them Książ Castle. During the tour we will have the opportunity to see castle interiors,...

Gems of Wałbrzych

Gems of Wałbrzych

1 day

Wałbrzych, formerly resort town, Hochberg tycoon family main home and later coal and porcelain industry centre; that after all the end of the 20th century changes, shows new face to all tourists that want to discover this beautiful hilly area. We ...

Hochberg Lineage Legacy

Hochberg Lineage Legacy

1 day

Hochberg Family left rich and vast heritage in southern part of Poland. The best well known examples are Książ Castle, Pszczyna Palace and Tychy Brewery. During our trip, you will be able to stroll in beautiful Pszczyna town and park and also disc...

WWII Mysteries of Lower Silesia

WWII Mysteries of Lower Silesia

1 day

Riese is the name of a plan and an underground mine-constriction complex created during the WWII. It is located in Góry Sowie (Awl Mountains) and Książ Castle. The main aim of the project was the creation of massive, underground, bombing-proof spa...

Lower Silesia Unique Industry Museums

Lower Silesia Unique Industry Museums

1 day

Lower Silesia has been for years famous for mining activities. To celebrate this heritage we invite you for a trip to three unusual museums. One is devoted to motorisation and shows real gems of history of car industry. What is more, it is located...

Spa Towns of Kłodzko Valley

Spa Towns of Kłodzko Valley

1 day

Kłodzko Valley is a home to one of the oldest health-resorts in Europe. Healing natural mineral waters were discovered here in the 17th century. Thanks to this long baths tradition spa towns of Kłodzko valley can boast amazing historical buildings...

Stronghold Route

Stronghold Route

1 day

Kłodzko Valley has multitude of attractions. One of the most famous ones include strongholds in Kłodzko and Srebrna Gora. Discover these outstanding military sites with ITS Poland. Kłodzko, in the middle of Kłodzko Valley, has been an important st...

Wrocław Landmarks

Wrocław Landmarks

1 day

Wrocław easily holds its own with the likes of not-distant neighbours Vienna, Kraków and Prague in terms of postcard panoramas and cultural offerings. Here you’ll find more bridges than anywhere in Central Europe, a market square second only to Kr...

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