• Follow the path of Jewish culture, history and political life.
  • Meet with a Holocaust survivor.
  • Visit Jewish districts in each city.
  • Enjoy local kosher food.

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Kosher meals: 6 breakfasts, 5 lunches, 1 dinner

Transportation on modern air-conditioned motor coach including arrival and departure transfers 

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Hotel4 star, 5 star

Day 1: Welcome to Warsaw

Upon arrival at the airport, you will be met, greeted and escorted to your hotel. After the check-in join the sightseeing tour of Warsaw. Walk in the Praga district, where the Jewish community lived before WWII. See the tenement houses, old mikvah building, and other Jewish institutions, which escaped war destruction. Next stop will be Bródno Jewish Cemetery, the oldest in the city. Continue to the left Warsaw riverbank to see Chłodna Street with richly ornamented apartment houses. In one of them Adam Czerniaków, the chairman of the ghetto’s Judenrat lived. Next, pass by the place where the large and small ghettos were linked by a wooden footbridge. 

Meals: Dinner


Day 2: Museum of History of Polish Jews

This morning visit POLIN – a narrative museum which presents a 1000‐year history of Polish Jews. It is also a place for meetings and conversations for those who eager to learn more about the past and present of the Jewish culture, to confront the stereotypes, and to face the perils of today’s world such as xenophobia and nationalistic prejudices. By promoting openness, tolerance, and truth, POLIN Museum contributes to the mutual understanding and respect amongst Poles and Jews.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 3: Lublin, Concentration Camp Majdanek

After breakfast travel to Lublin and visit the State Museum of Majdanek. On the partly preserved grounds of the former concentration camp there are 70 historical buildings from the years 1941 – 1944. They are situated in the former administrative part of the camp and in the area of the prisoner fields. Later this day explore Lublin, following the path of Jewish culture.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 4: Discover Krakow

Depart to Krakow to explore the city. Visit the Jewish Quarter. Walk the streets of Kazimierz, stopping at synagogues, market squares and beautiful old graveyards. Cross the river and explore Podgorze (a short walk from Kazimierz). This area, once a prosperous mercantile district, became Krakow’s Jewish ghetto during the war. Fragments of the old wall still survive as a chilling reminder of the past that is really not that long ago at all. Whilst a few Jews managed to escape from the ghetto (Roman Polanski is a well-known example) most were transported from here to the death camps. End the walk back in Kazimierz, which today is enjoying a far‐reaching renaissance.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 5: Galicija Jewish Museum, Holocaust Survivor meeting

Today visit the Galicia Jewish Museum. It exists to commemorate the victims of the Holocaust and celebrate the Jewish culture of Polish Galicia, presenting Jewish history from a new perspective. The objectives of the Museum are to challenge the stereotypes and misconceptions typically associated with the Jewish past in Poland and to educate both Poles and Jews about their own histories. Meeting with a Holocaust Survivor would be the highpoint of the entire Polish experience. These meetings in the Galicia Jewish Museum are organized with the intent to provide a friendly atmosphere for witnesses, one that makes them comfortable to tell their stories and answer all kinds of questions from the audience afterwards.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 6: Galicija Jewish Museum, Holocaust Survivor meeting

Travel to Prague. Explore Jewish Prague, including the Old Ghetto and the Precious Legacy Exhibit at the Jewish Museum, which encompasses the Altneu Shul, the Maisel Synagogue, the Pincus Synagogue, the Old Cemetery, and the Spanish Synagogue.

Meals: Breakfast, Lunch


Day 7: Departure

Departure transfer to the airport for your flight.

Meals: Breakfast


Double room  at a 5* hotel $4750 per person, Single supplement $865

Double room  at a 4* hotel $3875 per person, Single supplement $575

Friends & Family Discount – Travel as a group of 3 or more and save $50-$100 per person

Payment Conditions:
Deposit: 10% of the price 
Final Payment: 60 days prior to departure

Cancellation Fees: 
61 days prior to departure or more: 10% of the price 
60-31 days prior to departure: 20% of the price
30-15 days prior to departure: 50% of the price
14 days prior to departure or less: 100% of the price

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