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Friday 18th May - Departure from Munich
*You will use the public transport (ticket is included), changing to our private bus in Nuremberg. On the way back, you will switch to a public transport in Nuremberg and continue to your final destination (ticket included). In Nuremberg, we board the bus and make our way over to Warsaw.
Saturday 19th May – Warsaw
We will arrive in Warsaw in the morning and you will have 9h of free time to explore Warsaw. Warsaw has an interesting mixture of architecture, from the Gothic churches, neoclassical palaces to Soviet-era blocks and modern skyscrapers. You can walk around in the Old town, see the Royal Castle, visit the Palace of Culture & Science or famous Chopin Museum. In the afternoon we will continue to Krakow, where we will check-in to our accommodation situated in the center of the city. In the evening you can join us at the pub crawl.
Sunday, 20th May– Krakow
Today, you can spend the day exploring the city, check out the Jewish quarter, Krakow’s ghetto and more. By the end of the 1930s, the Jewish community of Krakow constituted about 25% of the city’s population. This community was almost completely destroyed during the Second World War; however, nowadays it is a very peculiar place. You can join us a private walking tour of the Old Town of Krakow led by a local guide. Described by locals as “stunning, magnificent, romantic, charming, fun, friendly and most of all cute”, you will visit a city that hasn’t changed much from the Middle Ages to find out why it was included on the first ever UNESCO Heritage List! Here you can also face and challenge some of the stereotypes about Poland, Polish Jews, and Polish-Jewish relations. The rest of the day is free to spend your time in Krakow as you please or you can come with us to see the Salt mines in the evening (optional extra half day trip).
Monday, 21st May – Auschwitz (optional extra) or Krakow
In the early morning, we will check-out of our accommodation and board our bus and go to Auschwitz Concentration Camp (optional extra). Spend time exploring the UNESCO-listed concentration camp complex, pass through the crematoriums, old prison blocks and moving memorials, while hearing the stories of this dark time in history. After we will board our bus and make our way back home.
_Modern coach with W/C
_2-night hostel accommodation in Krakow with multi-bed shared rooms (optional private 2-person room upgrade available for extra 20€ per person per night)
_2x Breakfast on Sunday and Monday
_Tourist tax in Poland
_Services of a EuroTrip Adventures Leaders
_Exclusive Facebook group for continuous customer support & updates
_24/7 Emergency phone number
_Entrance to attractions
_Meals (unless indicated in the “included” list)
Here are some of our past trips...CB Gallery not installed