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Independent Jewish Travel to Poland - Local Jewish Heritage Sites

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Key Information:
Tour Duration: 8 day(s)
Group Size: 1 - 10 people
Destination(s): Poland  
Specialty Categories: Cultural Journey   Archeology/History  
Season: January - December
Airfare Included: No
Tour Customizable: No
Minimum Per Person Price: 400 Euro (EUR)
Maximum Per Person Price: 800 Euro (EUR)

For Jewish travelers, a Heritage tour to Poland may be a difficult yet essential journey. The statistics themselves are harrowing: During the Holocaust, 90% of Poland ’s three million Jews were annihilated. Still, Jewish roots go centuries-deep in this country, and we have made great contributions to it. In the past, Jewish travel to Poland was limited to Krakow and Warsaw.

Today, however, one can see other important historical sights, as well as the vivid present-day return of a Jewish Poland. To create a more in-depth experience for the sophisticated Jewish traveler, we now also include Tykocin, Kazimiers Dolny, Lublin, Lezajsk, Lancut, Wroclaw, Lodz and more – all featuring new sights and new insights into our complex and continuing life in this part of the world.

Tour Itinerary:

Day 1: Arrival to Warsaw.
- Transfer from the airport or station to the hotel.
- Private Jewish sightseeing tour in Warsaw with guide and car, including Ghetto monument, Umschlagplatz, Mila 18, remains of ghetto wall, Nozyk Synagogue, jewish historic institute and museum, and the old Cemetery
- Marriott Hotel.

Day 2 Warsaw: – Tykocin – Treblinka – Warsaw.
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Full day private excursion with guide and car to Tykocin and Treblinka
- Marriott Hotel.

Day 3: Warsaw – Kaizmiers Dolny – Majdanek - Lublin.
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Transfer with private guide and car to Kazimierz Dolny
- Private Sightseeing in Kazimiers Dolny including Maly Rynek synagogue and the wall of tombstone
- Private transfer to Lublin
- Private sightseeing of Lublin including the former great Yeshiva and the Old Synagogue
- Optional visit to Majdanek
- Grand Hotel Lublinianka.

Day 4: Lublin – Lezajsk – Lancut – Tarnow – Krakow.
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Private Transfer to Leżajsk
- Sightseeing in Leżajsk including the cemetery and the Ohel of Tsaddik Elimelech
- Transfer to Łańcut
- Sightseeing in Łańcut including the Synagogue with Judaica collections and the Potocki’s gardens
- Transfer to Tarnow including a visit to the former great synagogue.
- Transfer to Krakow
- Rubinstein Hotel.

Day 5: Krakow.
- Breakfast at the hote
- Private afternoon sightseeing including Krakow's jewish sites and Galicia Jewish Museum
- Rubinstein Hotel.

Day 6: Krakow – Auschwitz – Wroclaw.
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Private transfer to Auschwitz & Birkenau
- Private visit to Auschwitz & Birkenau
- Transfer to Wroclaw
- Sightseeing including the restored Wroclaw Stork Synagogue and the
Jewish Community School
- Art Hotel.

Day 7: Wroclaw – Lodz - Warsaw.
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Private transfer to Lodz
- Private sightseeing in Lodz, including the largest Jewish cemetery in Europe, the synagogue and the Holocaust memorial.
- Transfer to Warsaw
- Marriott Hotel.

Day 8: Departure from Warsaw.
- Breakfast at the hotel
- Transfer to Warsaw airport or train station.

Airfare is not included in the tour price.

Note: Approximate prices set. Contact supplier.

Price Includes:
- All taxes and fees
- Full time Tour Director
- All Private transfers
- All Private sightseeing
- Deluxe & First Class hotels
- Full breakfast daily at the hotel
- Entrance fees.

Price Excludes:
- Services not mentioned
- Tips
- Single room supplement
- Personal expenses.

- Passport & Visa: No visa is required for travel to Poland
- Always make sure your passport is valid for at least 6 months after the tour ends.