Lodz City Tour Lodz is the third largest city in Poland after Warsaw and Krakow with population of over 700 000 people. Although situated in the very centre of Poland, Lodz is omitted by most of the foreign tourists visiting our country. more Lodz Jewish Sites Tour Before German invasion of Poland in 1939, Lodz was a city with one of the largest Jewish populations in Europe. It is estimated that before World War 2, every third inhabitant of the city was Jew. more Auschwitz tour from Lodz We offer you a tour to the biggest German concentration and extermination camp of World War 2. The Auschwitz Camp was founded in 1940 for Polish prisoners. The new camp of Birkenau was established in 1942 as the second part of the... more Warsaw tour We would like to show you the beauty of our capital city of Warsaw. We will take you to the most significant and interesting sites of Warsaw. Our knowledgeable guide will tell you about Warsaw's history while walking along Royal Route. more Chelmno Kulmhof concentration camp Kulmhof Concentration Camp was founded by Germans in the end of 1941 in the town of Chelmno, 70 kilometres northwest of Lodz. The purpose of establishing this camp was the Jews' extermination which was the part of the 'Final Solution”... more Krakow tour from Lodz Let us take you for a full day tour to the most remarkable city in Poland. Krakow was and still is a cultural and historical centre of our country. The historic centre of Krakow was inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1978.... more Wroclaw Tour Let us take you for a full day tour to the most remarkable city in Poland. Krakow was and still is a cultural and historical centre of our country. The historic centre of Krakow was inscribed on UNESCO's World Heritage List in 1978.... more Zelazowa Wola & Brochow Tour On this tour we will take you to the place known as a birthplace of the world-famous Polish composer – Fryderyk Chopin. Today, the branch of Warsaw Chopin Museum is operating in the manor house where the composer was born. Here you... more
 

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