Poland: Youth summer camp in Poronin DEPARTURE
Exploring Lower Silesia and Prague is an unforgettable experience that combines the charm of historical landmarks with picturesque landscapes. In Lower Silesia, fascinating castles like Moszna reveal the rich history of the region. Admiring medieval architecture, such as Wrocław Market Square, transports you back in time. Natural wonders like the Table Mountains (Góry Stołowe) and the Karkonosze offer unforgettable views and outdoor activities.
Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, captivates with its magical character. Prague Castle, Charles Bridge, and Old Town Square are just a few of the attractions waiting to be discovered. Strolling through the city streets allows you to absorb the atmosphere of historic architecture and culture.
Discover the beauty and cultural richness of Poland in our unforgettable journey, ‘Poland: Sentimental Borderlands plus Krakow.’ Poland, located in the heart of Europe, boasts a rich tapestry of history, art, and natural wonders. This captivating program will take you on a remarkable adventure through Poland’s enchanting landscapes, historic cities, and cherished cultural treasures.
From the enchanting capital of Warsaw to the picturesque landscapes of the Sentimental Borderlands and the timeless charm of Krakow, this itinerary is a perfect blend of exploration and immersion into Polish culture. Explore historic castles, visit vibrant markets, and savor delicious Polish cuisine as you delve into the heart of this fascinating country.
Join us on a remarkable journey through Northern Poland, where history, culture, and natural beauty converge to create an unforgettable travel experience. Our adventure begins with the excitement of passport and baggage check-in as we set our course for the northern regions of this enchanting country.
From bustling cities to serene landscapes, from Baltic beaches to charming towns, Northern Poland offers a diverse tapestry of sights and experiences. We’ll explore the rich history of Gdansk, walk along the picturesque lakeshores of the Masurian Lake District, and immerse ourselves in the vibrant culture of the Kashubian people.
Throughout this program, our expert guides will lead us through a fascinating array of destinations, providing insights into Poland’s past and present. From the medieval castles of Malbork to the tranquil beauty of Bialowieza Forest, we’ll uncover the hidden gems and iconic landmarks of the North.
With delicious Polish cuisine, comfortable accommodations, and a warm welcome from the locals, “Northern Poland 2024/2025” promises to be an exceptional journey that will leave you with cherished memories and a deeper understanding of this captivating region. So, pack your bags and join us as we embark on an exploration of Northern Poland’s treasures in the coming year.
Embark on a captivating exploration through the heart of Poland with our curated expedition, ‘Poland: In the Footsteps of Jewish Culture.’ This immersive journey invites you to delve into the rich tapestry of history, art, traditions, and Jewish heritage that has profoundly shaped Poland.
As we navigate this distinctive itinerary, we will not only bear witness to the poignant chapters, notably those connected to the Holocaust, but also uncover the enduring cultural legacy that has left an indelible mark on Poland’s evolution. Each city, every street, every synagogue, and cemetery we encounter serves not only as a testament to the past but also as a harbinger of contemporary Poland—a nation committed to preserving memory and cherishing the legacy of Jewish culture.
Join us on this thoughtfully crafted expedition, where every step is a discovery, and where the past seamlessly intertwines with the present, offering a profound and enriching experience in the realm of Jewish heritage tourism.
“Southern Poland” features beautiful mountain landscapes, the extraordinary salt mine in Wieliczka, and a history connected to Wawel and Polish kings, as well as the Holocaust in Auschwitz.
Warsaw – Gniezno – Toruń – Kashubia – Gdynia – Sopot – Gdańsk – Malbork – Warsaw