THE HIGHLIGHTS OF POLAND
Auschwitz Concentration Camp guided tour
Explore a network of German Nazi concentration camps and extermination camps built and operated by the Third Reich during World War II
Old town and market place
The Warsaw old town is the oldest part of the city, and was completely rebuilt after the war, after it was razed to the ground by the German Army after the Warsaw Uprising.
Warsaw Uprising Museum
Established in 1983 is dedicated to preserve, research and teach about the famous Warsaw Uprising of 1944. It paints a complete picture in the humanity behind the conflict: See hundreds of artefacts, including weapons used by insurgents, love letter.
POLIN Museum of the History of Polish Jews
Stands on the site of the former Warsaw Ghetto and features a multimedia narrative exhibition about the vibrant Jewish community that flourished in Poland for a thousand years up to the Holocaust. The museum marks the largest Jewish neighborhood in Nazi-occupied Europe. It once held more than 400,000 people in its vicinity.
Monument to the Warsaw Uprising Fighters
Unveiled in 1989 has been described as “the most important monument of post-war Warsaw.”
Ghetto Heroes Monument
Stands on the former part of the Warsaw Ghetto where the first armed class of the uprising took place.
Jewish Cemetery (Cmentarz Zydowski)
One of world’s largest, with over 200,000 marked graves, and many mass graves from the Ghetto.
Mausoleum of Struggle and Martyrdom
The former site of the Gestapo (secret police) HQ, and presents the conditions in which Polish patriots and resistance fighters were jailed by Nazi Germany during World War II.